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Burnet Middle School
1401 N. Main
Burnet, Texas 78611

(512) 756-6182
Fax: (512) 715-5615

Principal: Kevin Jones
School Hours: 7:55 - 3:30 p.m.

What's New at Burnet Middle School
Important Middle School Testing Dates
May 6:  8 Biology EOC

May 7:  8 Algebra EOC

Please try not to schedule appointments for your student on the day of their test as these tests are mandated by the State of Texas.  Make sure your student gets a good nights' rest the night before and has a nutritious breakfast the morning of the test.

Immunization Clinic
BMS will be holding one more immunization clinic on May 21 for any 6th graders still needing the necessary immunizations to attend 7th grade next year.  The clinic will be held during school hours. Please call school nurse Michelle Brown at 512-756-6182 for necessary paperwork or questions regarding shots your child needs. 
ACE Family Game Night
Come and enjoy games such as Twister, Candy Land, Giant Jenga, Inflatable Bowling, Giant Connect Four, Wii games, and more!

WHO: Burnet Elementary, RJ Richey, and Burnet Middle Schools’ ACE students and their families.
WHEN: Sunday, April 27th from 5:00-7:00P.M.
WHAT: Fun and games for ACE families! Snacks and drinks will be provided.
WHERE: RJ Elementary School Cafeteria. 
7th & 8th Boys District Track Results

7th grade boys District Track Results: 3rd Place

Pole Vault – 2nd Ryan Jackson, 4th Ryan Strong
Discus – 3rd Roger Craig, 4th Joseph Guthrie
Triple Jump – 3rd Bryan Grady, 4th Logan Herrin
Shot Put – 3rd Joseph Guthrie
Long Jump – 6th Brynner Shackelford
High Jump – 2nd Logan Herrin, 5th Silver Hinson

4x100 R – 1st Ryan Jackson, Joseph Guthrie, Gerardo Murillo, Silver Hinson
100m – 5th Andre Meredith, 6th Ryan Jackson
4x200 R – 1st Joseph Guthrie, Gerardo Murillo, Brynner Shackelford, Silver Hinson
300H – 6th Zachary Shaw
200m – 5th Logan Herrin
4x400 R – 1st Gerardo Murillo, Brynner Shackelford, Joseph Guthrie, Silver Hinson


8th grade boys District Track Results: 2nd Place

Shot Put – 5th Ellett Vann
Long Jump – 1st Ian Carter, 4th Tyler Torres
Pole Vault – 3rd Tanner Eggeling
Triple Jump – 1st Ian Carter, 3rd Caden Floyd
High Jump – 1st Caden Floyd

2400m – 6th Tanner Abbott
4x100 R – 4th Noe Martinez, Michael Rivera, Carlos Chavez, Caden Floyd
800m – 4th Tanner Eggeling
110H – 1st Ian Carter
100m – 5th Tyler Torres
4x200 R – 4th Noe Martinez, Nickolas Sanchez, Tyler Torres, Donavan Seiley
400m – 4th Carlos Chavez
300H – 1st Ian Carter
200m – 2nd Caden Floyd
1600m – 5th Tanner Eggeling
4x400 R – 1st Caden Floyd, Michael Rivera, Carlos Chavez, Ian Carter 

7th & 8th Girls Track Teams Place 2nd at District Meet!

The 7th and 8th Grade Girls Track Team finished off their season by hosting the District Track Meet Friday night.  The 7th grade girls fought hard and lost a close battle to Lampasas for the District Title.  The 8th grade girls finished off a solid season by placing 2nd place overall as well!  Congratulations to these young ladies for a great track season!!

7th GRADE GIRLS Points by School

1st – Lampasas                          156.5

2nd – Burnet                             142

3rd – Liberty Hill                       107

4th – Brownwood                       106.5

5th – Llano                                83

6th – Gatesville                          23


Meet Results by Event:
4x100 M Relay - Spreen, Greenwell, Whitus, Romero-3rd(55.42)
800 M Run – Emma Lewis-3rd(2:41.86), Fatima Rodriguez-6th (2:46.72)
100 M Hurdles – Kinley Beyer-1st(17.34)
100M Dash - Allyson Spreen-5th (14.19), Heather Hahn-6th(14.38)
4x200 M Relay – Mendez, Eggeling, Greenwell, Whitus-3rd (1:58.86)
400 M Dash-Dream Romero-1st(1:03.92)
300M Hurdles – Kinley Beyer-1st (53.15)
1600 M Run – Emma Lewis-1st(5:59.03)
4x400 Relay – Weller, Mendez, Greenwell, Romero -2nd (4:33.27)


Long Jump-Trynadee Greenwell-2nd (14’-3 ½”), Dream Romero-3rd (14’-3”), Makayla Whitus-5th(13’-10 1/2”)
High Jump-Dream Romero-1st (4’-8”)
Triple Jump-Kinley Beyer-2nd (30’-2”), Trynadee Greenwell-3rd (29’-10 ¾”)
Pole Vault-Kinley Beyer-2nd (7’-0”)



8th GRADE GIRLS Points by School

1st – Liberty Hill                     253.5

2nd – Burnet                            131

3rd – Brownwood                    84.5

4th – Lampasas                        67

5th – Gatesville                       42

6th – Llano                              41


Meet Results by Event:
4x100 M Relay –Romero, McHam, H.Hoefling, Escamilla-2nd (53.67)
800 M Run – Crista Paik-4th (2:43.33)
100 M Hurdles – Toni Stewart-5th (17.74)
100 M Dash – Ashlee Courtney-5th(13.94)
4x200 M Relay – McHam, H.Hoefling, Bible, Escamilla-1st (1:52.86)
400 M Dash-Ashlee Courtney-4th(1:09.26), Jennifer Martinez-5th(1:09.77)
300 M Hurdles – Toni Stewart-4th(53.55)
200 M Dash – Chelsea Bible-3rd (29.17)
1600 M Run – Crista Paik-6th (6:15.81)
4x400 Relay – McHam, H.Hoefling, Romero, Escamilla-2nd (4:30.16)


Long Jump-Baby Romero-2nd (14’-11 ½ ”), Savannah McHam-5th (14’8”)
High Jump-Marissa Escamilla-2nd(4’-10”), Chelsea Bible-2nd(4’-10”)
Triple Jump-Marissa Escamilla-1st (33’-0 ¾ ”), Baby Romero-5th (29’-5”)
Pole Vault-Savannah McHam-2nd (7’-6”), Megan Farrell-5th (7’-6”)
Shot Put-Makenzie St. Cricq-6th (31’-10”)
Discus-Keely Brown-3rd (79’-7”), Megan Farrell-6th (72’-5 ¾ ”) 

Band Takes Top Honors...again!!

Your Burnet Middle School Honors Band went to San Antonio this past Saturday and competed in the Alamo Showcase of Music at the Lila Cockrell Theater. The students performed the best concert of the entire year and were given superior ratings by all three judges. And if that wasn’t enough praise for this band, the BMS Honors Band was named the Outstanding in Class CC (a.k.a. 1st PLACE) of the entire festival! It absolutely was the icing on the cake for this competitive season. These young men and women have certainly represented their program and their community with the level of professionalism and maturity that truly is a blessing to see and hear each day. Congratulations to the members of the 2013-14 Honors Band on an incredible and “superior” year!!!


Go Bulldog Bands!!!!!!!  
Immunization News
State immunization laws require all students entering 7th grade to have the following immunizations to remain in school:  2 doses of Varicella on/after 1st birthday, 1 dose of Tdap and 1 dose of Meningococcal.  Presently, BCISD is a Texas Vaccine for Children provider and can administer these immunizations for students who meet eligibility requirements for TVFC.  However, after May 29, 2014, BCISD will NOT be a TVFC provider.  If your student does not have required immunizations and you would like for them to receive the vaccine at school before May 29, please contact Michelle Brown, BMS nurse at 512-756-6182.  Students with private insurance that covers vaccines or CHIPS are not eligible for TVFC vaccine.
Recent Boys Track Results

7th grade boys results from Mountain Valley Track Meet

Placed 2nd overall

200m – 4th Logan Herrin, 6th Ryan Jackson
400m – 6th Robert Nedbalek
4 x 100 R – 2nd Gerardo Murillo, Ryan Jackson, Brynner Shackelford, Silver Hinson
4 x 200 R – 1st Gerardp Murillo, Logan Herrin, Brynner Shackelford, Silver Hinson
4 x 400 R – 1st Gerardo Murillo, Bryan Grady, Brynner Shackelford, Silver Hinson

Long Jump – 2nd Andre Meredith
Shot Put – 5th Roger Craig
Discus – 4th Roger Craig
Triple Jump – 5th Bryan Grady
High Jump – 2nd Logan Herrin, 3rd Silver Hinson, 5th Bryan Grady
Pole Vault – 2nd Ryan Jackson, 3rd Ryan Strong


8th grade boys results from Mountain Valley Track Meet

Placed 5th overall

100m – 4th Tyler Torres
200m – 4th Caden Floyd
110H – 1st Ian Carter
300H – 1st Ian Carter
4 x 100 R – 5th Noe Martinez, Michael Rivera, Carlos Chavez, Caden Floyd
4 x 400 R – 2nd Ian Carter, Michael Rivera, Carlos Chavez, Caden Floyd

Long Jump – 2nd Ian Carter, 6th Tyler Torres
Shot Put – 6th Ellet Vann
Discus – 6th Reid Burton
Triple Jump – 2nd Ian Carter
High Jump – 2nd Caden Floyd

Band Takes Top Honors

On March 4th, 2014 your Burnet Middle School advance bands performed at the Region 18 UIL Concert and Sightreading contest in Liberty Hill. Each band is required to prepare 3 pieces of music, 2 from an approved list and one of the directors choice, to perform for 3 judges who give ratings of 1st division (superior) to 5th division (poor). After the concert portion the students then test their musical abilities with the sightreading portion where a new piece of music, never before seen by the students or directors, is prepared in 7 minutes with only the director talking and the students following along silently. Again 3 judges give ratings from 1st division to 5th division.

 The Non-Varsity Symphonic band under the direction of Abby Wood earned the top rating of 1st divisions on both the Concert portion and Sightreading portion. One of only 7 Bands to do so!!!

 The Varsity Honors Band earned the highest rating of the contest, also known as a “sweepstakes”, by receiving a 1st division rating from ALL 6 judges in every portion of the contest. This was the ONLY band to garner this elite ranking out of the entire region. (6th year in a row they’ve done this…)

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