- ANNOUNCEMENTS -
Click the NEWS link above to see what exciting things are going on at the middle school.
Softball Clothing Order Form: Due April 30
OA-BCIG MIDDLE SChool NewsMake sure to check out the OA-BCIG Twitter page for the most up-to-date information on what is happening in our distict. (click the Twitter icon at left to take you to the page)
Middle School Activities
The OA-BCIG Middle School will participate in the Pennies for Patience Program. Pennies for Patients is a service and philanthropy program that gives students a unique experience making a difference through teamwork—working together to aid hundreds of Iowans in the fight of blood cancers. It is a rewarding opportunity for students to feel like they have made a difference. Students will compete by Falcon Time Teams, and the winners of each grade level 6-8 will win a pizza party! We will begin collecting March 6th through March 24th.
The OA-BCIG Middle School Student Council visited the Care Initiatives Specialty Care Center in Odebolt. Students played BINGO, visited, and shared a snack with the residents. The students, staff, and residents had a great time enjoying one another’s company. In this picture, Eric Sibenaller tries to keep up with the competition.
Rube Goldberg Winners
Congratulations to the 8th grade Rube Goldberg winners: Garrett Nichols, Truman Clark, Trust Wells, and Eric Sibenaller. The Rube Goldberg challenge was one of the activities students participated in during their January Interdisciplinary Units.
We would like to introduce the OA-BCIG Middle School Student Council. The student council will be involved in various events this year such as: middle school dances, assemblies, nursing home activities, food drives, welcoming new students, and more.
Row 1: Gabe Winterrowd, Haley Harms, Patience Johnson
Row 2: Caleigh Loger, Melissa Hewitt, Damon Jones
Row 3: Eric Sibenaller, Megan Godbersen, Anna Winterrowd
On Wednesday, November 16, the OA-BCIG Middle School and OA Elementary will kick-off our New Opportunities Mentoring Program. Several 8th grade students will be matched with an elementary student to meet 2-3 times a month. The students will work together in different activities such as crafts and STEM projects. The program is an excellent way for older students to make a difference in a younger child’s life.
Red Ribbon Week October 24-27
YOLO (“You Only Live Once”)-Be Drug Free is the 2016 Red Ribbon Week theme at BCIG Elementary, OA Elementary, and OA-BCIG Middle Schools. Students will be encouraged to make choices that lead to health, happiness, and the fulfillment of their goals and dreams. Activities and dress-up days for both buildings will be:
Monday, Oct. 24: Wear RED “RED’y to Live a Drug Free Life”
Tuesday, Oct. 25: Wear attire supporting your favorite sports team “Team up against drugs”
Wednesday, Oct. 26: PAJAMA DAY “Drugs will ruin your dreams”
Thursday, Oct. 27: HERO Day Dress like your hero - “Real Heroes are Drug Free”
Assemblies: H.E.R.O. Kids BCIG a.m. OA Elem & OA-BCIG MS p.m.
Help Others – Endure Challenges – Read to Find Answers -
Observe the Needs Around You
(Friday, Oct. 28: No School-End of 1st quarter)
2016 NW ICDA Honor Choir
Congratulations to the following students on being selected to perform at the 2016 NWICDA Honor Choir in Storm Lake on November 8: Zoe Bengford, Mary Carlson, Alex Clark, Trust Wells, Ashly Gunderson, Amber Hoefling, Cade Ernst, and Ahren VanDusen.
Ag Exploratory Class Studies Biotechnology Unit
Eigth grade students applied their knowledge about genetics learned in their biotechnology unit to make baby reepobs.
8th Grade Ag Exploratory Class
Eigth grade students celebrated their last day of Ag Exploratory class by making homemade ice cream.
6th Grade Attends the Symphony
Sixth grade students recently attended a performance of the Sioux City Symphony.
New vinyl signs welcomed students back to school this year.
- CONTACT INFO -
Mr. Doug Mogensen, Principal
600 South Maple Street
Odebolt, IA 51458