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Bernard Pledge:  I pledge to show respect to others by making them feel welcome and accepted.  I will treat others the way I want to be treated.   Patriots give respect to get respect.

Bernard Touchstone:  At Bernard we demonstrate Respect by treating others the way we want to be treated.  We give respect to get respect.
Character word for October:  Responsibility
Upcoming Events
10/27/2014
Repeating Event - Girls on Track
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
10/28/2014
- Tennis Club
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
10/29/2014
Event Occurrence - STUCO
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
 
Souper Bowl IV
Parents and teachers from Bernard Middle and Oakville Elementary squared off Wednesday night, Oct. 8, in their annual Souper Bowl flag football game. It's all in good fun, with students from both schools collecting canned goods for a local food shelf. Well played, everyone! 

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Bernard Middle Welcomes 60plus Guests
Members of the Mehlville School District's 60plus club were treated to entertainment by Bernard Middle's band and choir on Thursday, Sept. 25. The district hosts four school events each year as a way to let the community come inside our schools and see the great things that are happening.

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Cross Country Event
Middle school students participated in the annual cross country race at Jefferson Barracks Park on Thursday, Sept. 18. The race is good exercise and a great way to build school comradery. 

Results

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Student Council Holds Annual First Responder BBQ
The annual 9/11 First Responder BBQ was held at Bernard Middle as a way to say thanks to the men and women who serve the Mehlville-Oakville community. Police, fire and EMS crews enjoyed the hot lunch and appreciated that their efforts to protect us are never forgotten.

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Click here to hear a special 'Thank You'.
 
St. Louis County Library Card Campaign
The St. Louis Country Library is currently running a library card campaign.  A Library Card is the most important school supply of all, giving free access to homework resources, databases, books, eMedia, computers, music DVDs and much more.  The goal is for every student and staff member at our school to have a St. Louis County Library card.  This campaign runs through October, 2014.

Anyone that does not already have a St. Louis County Library card can go to http://webpac.slcl.org/screens/schoolregistration.html to submit the online library card application. St. Louis County Library staff will create the library card and deliver it to school.  

Parent permission is required for students under the age of 12.   The online application form includes an acknowledgement of parental permission.  

Any questions?  Contact Nicole Clawson at nclawson@slcl.or or 314-994-3300 ext.  2230.
 
Bernard 2014-2015 Class Schedule
Click here to view the Sixth Grade Schedule for 2014-2015

Click here to view the Seventh Grade Schedule for 2014-2015

Click here to view the Eighth Grade Schedule for 2014-2015
A+ Tutoring Available
Are you in need of some extra help? A+ tutoring is after school from  2:50-3:50
7th graders stay Monday in room 215
8th graders stay Wednesday room 207
6th graders stay Thursday in room 113
Please pick up a permission form in the Counseling Center or Office; you must have a permission form on file with Mrs Shelton in the Counseling Center in order to stay.
 
ALS Donations Top $1,000!
Congratulations to the students at Bernard Middle for raising $1,050 as part of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The donations will help researchers learn more about this devastating neuromuscular disease. And....they also earned students a chance to douse their teachers with ice water.
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Click here to watch the video.

 
Bernard Honored for School of Character Designation!
At the CharacterPlus National Conference in mid-June, Bernard Middle School was honored for its designation as a National School of Character. To see the award presentation, click here.
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