Family Budgeting Champs!

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only earn $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the House Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

Decision Making Challenge…Sports, Work, or Both???

Selected teams were presented with the dilemma of their new job hours overlapping with soccer practice.  How do you solve this problem?… By applying the 5 steps of decision making of course! 

Congratulations to the following 7th grade students for winning the Decision Making Process Challenge! 

Conflict Management Challenge

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and the conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Attitudes & Behaviors Challenge

Way to go to these first quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Welcome Back!

You are in Mrs. McBrayer’s class.  Room 46.  Known officially as the BMS Career Center! 🙂

Today and Friday (you will have a sub tomorrow), we will be learning about procedures, behaviors, the syllabus, and taking a grand tour of our room.

Did you know?…

*A student is primarily a person enrolled in a school or other educational institution who attends classes in a course to attain the appropriate level of mastery of a subject under the guidance of an instructor.

So… Be the master!

Image result for master images

Trendy T’s

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning teams. Good job y’all!

Trendy Tees!

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning teams. Good job y’all!

Attitudes & Behaviors Challenge

Way to go to these third quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Family Budgeting Champs!

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only earn $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the House Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

Conflict Management Challenge

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and the conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Family Budgeting Champs!

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only earn $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

Decision Making…. Sports, Work, or Both???

Selected teams were presented with the dilemma of their new job hours overlapping with soccer practice.  How do you solve this problem?… By applying the 5 steps of decision making of course! 

Congratulations to the following 7th grade students for winning the Decision Making Process Challenge! 

 

Conflict Management Challenge!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and the conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Attitudes & Behaviors Challenge

Way to go to these first quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Attitudes & Behaviors Challenge

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these first quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Trendy T’s Challenge

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning teams. Good job y’all!

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and the conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Welcome Back!

Did you know?…

*A student is primarily a person enrolled in a school or other educational institution who attends classes in a course to attain the appropriate level of mastery of a subject under the guidance of an instructor.

So… Be the master!

Image result for master images

Trendy T’s & Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning teams. Good job y’all!

Attitudes & Behaviors Challenge

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 4th quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Conflict Managment Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and the conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Family Budgeting Champs

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only earn $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

The Decision Making Process…. Sports, Work, or Both?

Selected teams were presented with the dilemma of their new job hours overlapping with soccer practice.  How do you solve this problem?… By applying the 5 steps of decision making of course! 

Congratulations to the following 7th grade students for winning the Decision Making Process Challenge! 

Trendy T’s & Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning teams. Good job y’all!

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and the conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Attitudes & Behaviors Challenge

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 3rd quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and the conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Attitudes & Behaviors Challenge

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 2nd quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Decision Making Challenge Champs!

Selected teams were presented with the dilemma of their new job hours overlapping with soccer practice.  How do you solve this problem?… By applying the 5 steps of decision making of course! 

Congratulations to the following 7th grade students for winning the Decision Making Process Challenge! 

Family Budgeting Champs!

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only earn $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

Trendy T’s & Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning teams. Good job y’all!

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Attitudes & Behaviors

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 1st quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

 

Welcome Back!

Did you know?…

*A student is primarily a person enrolled in a school or other educational institution who attends classes in a course to attain the appropriate level of mastery of a subject under the guidance of an instructor.

So… Be the master!

Image result for master images

*Wikipedia

Family Budgeting Champs!

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only earn $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

BMS Y-Club… A Heart For Serving Others

Y-Clubbers are performing a sugary service by making valentines (candy included!) for the residents at the Haralson Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center. Additionally, this year we have donated winter coats for disadvantaged community members, given baby blankets to moms with newborns, and participated in the BA canned food drive.

These kids are the cream of the crop! They have a heart for service! 😀😀😀

Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 3rd quarter… Way to go! 🙂

1,000th Future Friday Speaker!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A few years ago, God gave me this big idea – to have students ask their parents and family friends to visit on Fridays and share about their careers.  Fast forward 8 years, and look at the result… one thousand opportunities for students to learn what the future may have in store for them! 🙂

Sunny Crane represents the 999 who came before her. Here’s a big shout out to all who have taken the time to tell BMS students about what the work place offers.  Thank you is an understatement!

Welcome 2020 & Quarter 3!!!!!!!

Did you know?…

*A student is primarily a person enrolled in a school or other educational institution who attends classes in a course to attain the appropriate level of mastery of a subject under the guidance of an instructor.

So… Be the master!

Image result for master images

*Wikipedia

Conflict Management Champs!

HOW CAN YOU SOLVE A CONFLICT WITHOUT MAKING OTHERS MAD?  IS IT POSSIBLE?  THAT’S WHAT 8TH GRADERS HAVE JUST RECENTLY LEARNED ABOUT IN CAREER MANAGEMENT CLASS. WHAT BETTER WAY TO LEARN THAN TO PUT YOUR NEWLY ACQUIRED SKILLS TO THE TEST THROUGH THE CONFLICT RESOLUTION CHALLENGE?!

STUDENTS WERE SPLIT INTO GROUPS AND GIVEN 3 DIFFERENT CONFLICT SCENARIOS TO SOLVE USING BOTH COMMON SENSE AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES THEY LEARNED IN CLASS.

AND NOW FOR OUR WINNERS….DRUM ROLL PLEASE!!!

Vocabulary Extravaganza

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 2nd quarter… Way to go! 🙂

Welcome To Quarter 2!

Did you know?…

*A student is primarily a person enrolled in a school or other educational institution who attends classes in a course to attain the appropriate level of mastery of a subject under the guidance of an instructor.

So… Be the master!

Image result for master images

*Wikipedia

Attitudes & Behaviors

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 1st quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Family Budgeting Experts!

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only earn $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 1st quarter… Way to go! 🙂

Welcome Back Students!

Did you know?…

*A student is primarily a person enrolled in a school or other educational institution who attends classes in a course to attain the appropriate level of mastery of a subject under the guidance of an instructor.

So… Be the master!

Image result for master images

*Wikipedia

 

Attitudes & Behaviors

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 4th quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 4th quarter… Way to go! 🙂

Family Budgeting Experts

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only earn $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

Attitudes & Behaviors

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 3rd quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Trendy T’s & Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning teams. Good job y’all!

 

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 3rd quarter… Way to go! 🙂

Welcome 2020 & Quarter 3!!!

Did you know?…

*A student is primarily a person enrolled in a school or other educational institution who attends classes in a course to attain the appropriate level of mastery of a subject under the guidance of an instructor.

So… Be the master!

Image result for master images

*Wikipedia

Interpersonal Skills & Trendy T’s

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning teams. Good job y’all!

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?  That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge?!

Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Behaviors and Attitudes

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 2nd quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

The Decision Making Process – Sports, Work, or Both?

Selected teams were presented with the dilemma of their new job hours overlapping with soccer practice.  How do you solve this problem?… By applying the 5 steps of decision making of course! 

Congratulations to the following 7th grade students for winning the Decision Making Process Challenge! 

Standard of Living/Family Budgeting Champs

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only earn $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

Trendy T’s & Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning teams. Good job y’all!

Attitudes and Behaviors

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 1st quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?

That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge! Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 1st quarter… Way to go! 🙂

Family Budgeting Champs

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only earn $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions!

How does your attitude affect your decisions? What are the 5 steps of the decision making process?  In order to get it right, big decisions should only be made after thinking about them carefully.  Seventh grade students in the BMS Career Center learned how to do just that this week. 

Here are the winners of our Decisions, Decisions, Decisions contest for 1st period. Good job!

Water Bottle Challenge!

Growing up is challenging not only for kids, but for grownups as well when they make poor decisions that could negatively affect their careers.  Sometimes though,  kids can teach grownups a thing or two! 

Congratulations to these 8th graders for doing just that and, in doing so, winning the Water Bottle Challenge!

 

Attitudes & Behaviors

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 4th quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Vocabulary Extravaganza!

 

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 4th quarter… Way to go! 🙂

 

Family Budgeting

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only bring home $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

Trendy T’s and Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here is the winning team. Good job y’all!

Attitudes and Behaviors

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 3rd quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes and Behaviors Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?

That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge! Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 3rd quarter… Way to go! 🙂

Welcome 2020 & Quarter 3!!!!!!!

Did you know?…

*A student is primarily a person enrolled in a school or other educational institution who attends classes in a course to attain the appropriate level of mastery of a subject under the guidance of an instructor.

So… Be the master!

Image result for master images

*Wikipedia

Family Budgeting

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only bring home $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

Attitudes’ and Behaviors’ Challenge

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 2nd quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes’ and Behaviors’ Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 2nd quarter… Way to go! 🙂

6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

Attitude and Behavior Challenge

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 1st quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes’ and Behaviors’ Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it! 

Trendy T’s and Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here is the winning team. Good job y’all!

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?

That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge! Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 1st quarter… Way to go! 🙂

Marketing Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning t-shirts from 2nd and 5th periods!….

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Attitudes’ & Behaviors’ Challenge

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  

Way to go to these 4th quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes’ and Behaviors’ Challenge.

Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it!  

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is it possible?

That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge! Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Testing, Testing, Testing!

We are in the throws of the Georgia Milestones End of Grade testing this week and part of next week. Still, all is well in the BMS Career Center!  🙂

#AreWeHavingFunOrWhat

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 4th quarter… Way to go! 🙂

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions!

How does your attitude effect your decisions? What are the 5 steps of the decision making process?  In order to get it right, big decisions only need to be made after thinking about them carefully.  Seventh grade students in the BMS Career Center learned how to do just that this week. 
Here are the winners of our Decisions, Decisions, Decisions contest for 1st and 4th periods. Good job!

Family Budgeting Experts Show Off Their Skills

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only bring home $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

Attitudes & Behaviors Challenge

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  Way to go to these 3rd quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes’ and Behaviors’ Challenge.  Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it!  

Marketing Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning t-shirts from 2nd and 5th periods!….

 

Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is that even possible?

That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge!  Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 3rd quarter… Way to go! 🙂

Family Budgeting Experts Show Off Their Skills

Question:  What do students take away from learning how to manage a family budget when you only bring home $10 an hour?

Answer:  That it’s hard to make ends meet! :(

Congratulations to these 6th graders for winning the Class Cup trophy for best family budgeting! Great job!

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Decisions, Decisions, Decisions!

How does your attitude effect your decisions? What are the 5 steps of the decision making process?  In order to get it right, big decisions only need to be made after thinking about them carefully.  Seventh grade students in the BMS Career Center learned how to do just that this week. 
Here are the winners of our Decisions, Decisions, Decisions contest for 1st and 4th periods. Good job!

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Marketing Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning t-shirts from 2nd and 5th periods!….

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Happy ThanksLiving!

Happy Thanksgiving, oops, I mean HappyThanksLiving!!  Live a life of thanks year round… not just for a week, my precious students!

Give thanks.  Live thanks.  Be joyful.  It’s contagious!

Have a wonderful week off.

Much love,

Mrs. McBrayer

xoxoxo 🙂

It’s Inspiration Time!

Every quarter in the BMS Career Center, each grade level class watches a motivational movie to inspire them on to greatness in life.  For 6th graders, it’s Facing the Giants, for 7th graders, it’s Gifted Hands, and for 8th graders, it’s To Save a Life.  My students absolutely love these movies and are so pumped up after watching them. Hopefully, they will take that energy and change the world!
Yep!  It’s another good week in the BMS Career Center! :)
#Inspired

Attitudes & Behaviors Challenge

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  Way to go to these 2nd quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes’ and Behaviors’ Challenge.  Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it!  

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Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is that even possible?

That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge!  Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

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Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza?

Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 2nd quarter… Way to go! 🙂

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Attitudes & Behaviors Challenge

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  Way to go to these 1st quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes’ and Behaviors’ Challenge.  Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it!  

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Marketing Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned. Here are the winning t-shirts from 2nd and 5th periods!….

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Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is that even possible?

That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge!  Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!

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Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza? Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 1st quarter… Way to go! 🙂

 

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Marketing Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  

For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.

Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned about.  Here are the winning t-shirts from 2nd and 5th periods!….

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Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is that even possible?

That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class. What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge!  Students were split into groups and given 3 different conflict scenarios to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!!

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Attitudes & Behaviors Challenge

Hip Hip Hooray!  Hip Hip Hooray!  Way to go to these 4th quarter 7th grade Career Discovery students for winning the House Cup trophy for best presentation of our Acceptable and Unacceptable Attitudes’ and Behaviors’ Challenge.  Do you have acceptable attitudes and behaviors?  Your success in the future depends upon it!  

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Inspiration Time!

Every quarter in the BMS Career Center, each grade level class watches a motivational movie to inspire them on to greatness in life.  For 6th graders, it’s Facing the Giants, for 7th graders, it’s Gifted Hands, and for 8th graders, it’s To Save a Life.  My students absolutely love these movies and are so pumped up after watching them. Hopefully, they will take that energy and change the world!
Yep!  It’s another good week in the BMS Career Center! :)
#Inspired

Vocabulary Extravaganza!

Question:  What better way is there to learn vocabulary than to play Vocabulary Extravaganza? Answer:  NONE!

Here are our winners for 4th quarter… Way to go! 🙂

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Decisions, Decisions, Decisions!

How does your attitude effect your decisions? What are the 5 steps of the decision making process?  In order to get it right, big decisions only need to be made after thinking about them carefully.  Seventh grade students in the BMS Career Center learned how to do just that this week. 
Here are the winners of our Decisions, Decisions, Decisions contest for 1st and 4th periods. Good job!

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Drone Fun!

Mr. Joel Morris, our Future Friday speaker for 1st period last week, brought his drone with him and took these snap shots of BMS for us!  A realtor at Metro-West in Carrollton, Georgia, Mr. Morris employs the use of the drone in selling real estate. Not only did students learn the ins and outs of the real estate business, but they also received a STEM lesson on how modern technology is integrated into the work place.  
Thank you so much Mr. Morris!

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It’s Inspiration Time!

Every quarter in the BMS Career Center, each grade level class watches a motivational movie to inspire them on to greatness in life.  For 6th graders, it’s Facing the Giants, for 7th graders, it’s Gifted Hands, and for 8th graders, it’s To Save a Life.  My students absolutely love these movies and are so pumped up after watching them.  Hopefully, they will take that energy and change the world! 
Yep!  It’s another good week in the BMS Career Center! 🙂
#Inspired

Marketing Interpersonal Skills

How well do you interact with others?  For the past week in the BMS Career Center, 8th graders have been learning all about how demonstrating good interpersonal skills will help them be successful not only now as a student, but in the future as an employee as well.
Students’ culminating activity was producing a t-shirt with a catchy slogan and design that markets, or advertises, the interpersonal skills they have learned about.  Here are the winning t-shirts from 2nd and 5th periods!….
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3rd Quarter Conflict Management Champs!

How can you solve a conflict without making others mad?  Is that even possible?

That’s what 8th graders have just recently learned about in Career Management class.  What better way to learn than to put your newly acquired skills to the test through the Conflict Resolution Challenge! Students were split into groups and given 3 different scenarios, or conflicts, to solve using both common sense and conflict management strategies they learned in class.

And now for our winners….drum roll please!!!!

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Service Day Winners

Question:  What makes the world a better place? Answer:  Serving others!  BMS Service Day teaches our students to give back to others, our school, and our community not only now, but when they grow up and have a successful career.  
Here are our Service Day winners!…
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#GiveBack

Dear 3rd Period

November 17, 2015
Dear 3rd Period,
I am thankful for you!  I love the fact that you come in eager to learn every day and love to participate in our fun, and sometimes corny, activities. Each one of you bless me more than you’ll ever know because you are just you – bright, cheerful, and thoughtful – which are some of the adjectives that come to my mind when I think about you.  Thank you so much for being such a good bunch of 6th graders to teach!
I know all of you will be successful in life.  God bless you this Thanksgiving…I hope it’s the best one ever! 
Sincerely,
Mrs. McBrayer