Current 6th Grade Students Must Have Proof Of Tdap Shot To Begin School on August 12, 2015 for 7th Grade.
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Mission StatementThe staff and parents of Beattie Middle School are committed to providing students with a well-rounded program that offers the maximum opportunity to build self-esteem, regard for others, and personal and social responsibility. Concurrently, students will develop skills and knowledge necessary to be contributing members of society.
Redlands' Bicycle Classic - April 8, 2015
Road Closure Information
End of Year Activities & Exclusion Information
The 45 day exclusion window for all end of year activities opens on Monday, April 6th. In order to attend or participate in the end of year activities, students may not have any of the following violations: School suspension, In-House suspension, class suspension, excessive referrals for gum, tardies, dress code or hugging, no more than 5 unexcused tardies, 10 or more days of lunch detention, overdue library books and/or textbooks (All books must be returned or paid for prior to the specific end of year activity.) This year’s 8th grade Knotts Berry Farm trip will be on Tuesday, June 9th.
Incoming 6th Grade Information - CLICK HERE
Safe Routes to School Info
Letter to Parents
Survey - English
Survey - Espanol
Beattie Spirit Gear
Shirts $10 each
Available Sizes Sm-Xl
| Project RESPECT is a club on the Beattie Middle School campus for students with and without disabilities wanting to get to know one another and are working to create a climate at school and in the community in which individual differences are celebrated and respected. Goals of the club include: building partnerships by working in a team, developing leadership skills, identifying and addressing stereotypes and spreading awareness about the respect for ALL individuals.
Club meetings are every Tuesday during both lunches in Room E-18. Advisor: Mrs. McFarland. For more information - Click here
ARC Point Confidential Testing Information
(Accurate, Reliable, Confidential)
|Dress Code Reminders|
Please click here for our dress code standards
|Chain Links Quote of the Week:|
"Bullies try to tear others down. The best way to stand up to bullying is to refuse to believe the lies that bullies tell and believe in yourself. Also, reach out to others; it's amazing how powerful kindness can be and how it can stop bullying.”
KRIKORIAN MOVIE TICKETS
are now being sold on Monday mornings in front of the school. You can also pick up movie tickets every day in the Beattie office.
Please check our webpage under "Communities" for updates and information.
|Beattie Links / Upcoming Events|
|Student Center Information|
This is one of the most important places on campus. The Student Center is located at the back of the administration building on the west side.
Go to the Student Center for these activities:
Checking out/picking-up your student
Late students & students returning from appointments
Meeting with a counselor (Ms. Pahia, Mrs. Baker)
All attendance questions or concerns (Mrs. Regalado)
Dropping off a student lunch, backpack, clothes, etc…
Picking up homework
Registration questions, updating student contact information (Mr .Dean)
Meeting with the Assistant Principal, Dr. Lock's Secretary (Mrs .Camarena)
Security (Mrs. Jimenez)
Bus Parking Area
At the start and end of the day, the front parking lot is off limits to all private vehicle traffic. Our buses must have a clear path to enter, load students and exit. Should you head north on Orange Street into the parking lot between Highland Grove Elementary School and Beattie Middle School, please do not block the bus entry zone into the front parking lot, which is clearly marked with "Keep Clear" painted on the street. We thank you for your attention to this traffic flow concern.
Side Parking Lot for Student Drop-Off and Pick-Up
As you all know, our morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up is a very busy time in our parking lot. Everyone dropping off or picking-up students must drive very cautiously. Please remind your student to enter and exit your vehicle carefully. They should not dart across the flow of traffic. They should make sure that all drivers see them before crossing at the crosswalk. We ask that parents pull ALL the way forward into the loading zone, as this allows more cars to be accommodated, which ultimately speeds up the entire process. While it may mean that your child has to walk slightly farther, it also allows for a more consistent traffic flow. And finally, we ask that all drivers exhibit a high level of patience. The safety of your student - and all the students who attend Beattie - is key.
SCHOOL YEAR 2014 - 2015 TIMES / DATES
STARTING DATE: AUGUST 13, 2014
ENDING DATE: JUNE 11, 2015
STARTING TIME: 8:45 AM
DISMISSAL TIME: 3:15 PM