Stream grades will be sent home every six weeks. Trimester 1 Report Cards went home Monday, November 13.
Grades for Math and Encore will be sent home every nine weeks. They are always accessible to students and families through Focus. Quarter 1 Report Cards went home Tuesday, October 24.
Open Enrollment for Students
The middle and high school open enrollment window is October 30, 2023 through December 8, 2023. Follow the link below, and please use a parent/guardian's email address.
Prospective Parent Night
On Thursday, November 16, at 6:00, join us in the BBMS gym as we give prospective parents and students the chance to hear more about our program. Come learn more to help make an informed decision regarding school choice options for the upcoming school year.
Yearbooks are now available to purchase from Treering.com. There are no sales at BBMS--all sales are online. Please see this flyer for more information as well as the school code.
ECPS is now using Canvas for students and parents. Please see the following links for information about using Canvas.
7th Grade Shots
Under Florida State and Escambia County regulations, all students must receive the TDAP immunization prior to beginning 7th grade. You can contact your child's doctor, or many local pharmacies and clinics in Pensacola offer this immunization. You may contact the Escambia County Health Department at 850-595-6500 for more information or visit this website.
Once your child has received their TDAP immunization, please ensure you receive an updated copy of the State of Florida Form 680. Please send in a copy of this form to BBMS as soon as possible.
Student Accident Insurance Coverage is available on a voluntary basis for all students in Escambia County Public Schools on an "At-School" or "24-hr Basis," with the ability to purchase both enhanced plans with greater benefits PLUS In-Hospital Sickness and Dental coverage plans. This valuable coverage protects families from the unexpected medical costs associated with accidental injuries, especially those occurring while at school. ECPS does not cover an accidental injury just because it happens at school; this accident plan would cover most out-of-pocket costs even after the primary insurance plan pays.
More information can be found the following handouts, which will be sent home the first week of school. These will also be available on our Student & Family Resources page all year.
2023-24 Meal Applications
Applications are required for the upcoming school year for parents who believe their student(s) may be eligible for free or reduced-priced meals.
Applications will be available online on August 2, 2023. To avoid processing delays, please submit an online application as soon as possible by clicking the link:
Parents should plan on providing their child(ren) with money for their meals until eligibility is established to avoid creating a deficit in their account. Funds can be added to student accounts online at myschoolbucks.com.
Meal applications will be required at the following sites:
Elementary Schools: Beulah Elementary, Blue Angels Elementary, Cook Elementary, Cordova Park Elementary, Hellen Caro Elementary, Kingsfield Elementary, and Suter Elementary.
Middle Schools: Brown Barge Middle and Ransom Middle.
High Schools: Tate High and West Florida High.
These website links will be available on our Student & Family Resources page all year.
Brown-Barge Middle School is a public magnet school serving grades 6-8. For information about enrollment, please contact the Escambia County Public Schools Enrollment Services.
Student supervision starts at 8:15.
First bell rings at 8:40.
Last check out is at 2:45.
Dismissal is at 3:25.
*Early release days will dismiss at 1:15.
September 20, November 1, December 20, February 7, May 22
New Afternoon Pickup Procedure begins Monday, Aug. 21
Please watch this short video to view the new procedure.
Students will be receiving a Car Rider Tag that needs to be displayed in their cars. As cars arrive, the numbers will be entered into our system and students will be sent to either Zone 1 (front of school) or Zone 2 (back of school, like morning car rider drop off) to get into their cars. Drivers need to pay attention to directions from staff as cars will all be stopped and released to move in groups.
To request a new number badge, please use this Google Form.