288 W Santa Monica Ave
Dededo, Guam 96929
8:00am - 3:30pm
CLOSED ON HOLIDAYS
Aug. 22 (Thu)
6th Grade Assembly
Aug. 26 (Mon)
7th Grade Assembly
Aug. 28 (Wed)
8th Grade Assembly
Aug. 30 (Fri)
SCC Meeting #1
Sep. 2 (Mon)
Labor Day Holiday (NO CLASSES)
PowerSchool Parent Portal
Common Core Standards
Community Eligibility proVISION
Thank You, The Society of American Military Engineers, The Dededo mayor's office, and the fejeran family for your support for the BMS Robotics Program!
Thank you for believing in our team and our school! Your generosity will help us enhance our program in order to compete at the international level. You've allowed our students to hope and strive for more success in STEM!
Thank you tristar for 5 years of continued partnership!
Our heartfelt gratitude goes out to Tristar Terminals for their donations of paint, supplies, and service for our school over the summer. It makes a grand difference when the community pulls together for the benefit and future of our children. Mr. K.K. Vikraman, Mr. Vivek Kannan, Ms. Heather Komiyama, and Ms. Diana Masga were present during the presentation of the plate.
First days of school!
Incoming and returning Roadrunners were greeted by our friendly faculty and staff to put first-day of school jitters at ease. Thank you also to the Army National Guard and the Student Support Division in joining us to welcome our students. Kudos Team Roadrunners for making the first week of school a success! Ahh~~ Beep! Beep!
THANK YOU VSABMS STAFF for helping get our school ready for sy2019-2020!
old Annex demolished!
Our Roadrunner family celebrates a historic moment in the demolition of the Old Annex that posed not only a decade-long eyesore, but also a safety hazard for our students, faculty, and staff. Thank you to GDOE for finally making this happen!
First day of school AUg. 13, 2019 BLUE DAY
Shake off your first day of school jitters! Don't forget your umbrella! See you next Tuesday for the first day of classes SY2019-2020. Check out the slides below for the policies and procedures important to your success at BMS.
BMS strives to show that we value our community, and we are blessed to see that our community values our school, also. It takes a village to raise a child and we have a village responding to our students' needs. HUGE thank yous, shout outs, and 3 cheers to our community partners: Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), Dededo Mayor's Office, DZSP21, Tristar Terminals Guam, Hilton Guam Resort and Spa, Access Medical Transport, ADZTech, Loco Promos, Payless Community Foundation, Cost-U-Less Guam, Guam Visitors Bureau, Sen. Will Castro's Office, Sen. Louise Borja Muna, US Navy Recruiter's Office, US Navy USS Emory S. Land Religious Ministries, US Air Force 644th Combat Communication Squadron, US Naval Hospital, Guam Christian Life Fellowship, GFS Group, McDonald's Guam, and of course, our very own BMS FACULTY and STAFF!!
SY2019-2020 is just around the corner! Get to know your school! We'd love to get to know you! Learn about the requirements, policies, resources, and what makes BMS the Best Middle School on the island!
ROADRUNNERS IN MATE ROV INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION, TENNESSEE
Congratulations to BMS Robotics "Neptunebots" for winning the island-wide Underwater Robotics Competition held on May 4, 2019 that gave our Roadrunners the opportunity to observe the MATE ROVs International Competition in Kingsport, Tennessee. Representing BMS (left to right) are Clifford Ecal, Ronald Ilagas, Gabriel Bansil, Jillard De Fiesta, Leanelyn Tolentino, and Angel Velasco. Great job! Thank you to coaches Frank Lazaga, Alicia Whitaker, and Agnes Manosa for your guidance and support!
March 2019 Silibrasion Mes Chamoru
Biba Guahan! Biba BMS! Roadrunners had a lot of fun under our island sunshine during our annual Mes Chamoru program and activities. Izumizaki Junior High from Japan was also able to join us in the festivities and got to know the Roadrunner Håfa Adai spiriti. Shout out to our event coordinators, Señora Muña, Siñorita Guiao, and Señora Esteves, for putting together a successful event! Kudos to our volunteers and performers for all your contribution!
BMS Crowned Lip Dub Champions 2019!
Thank you for all the support and votes that our familes and school community have given Roadrunners for this year's Lip Dub Challenge! Ahhh~~ Beep! Beep!
IBOGS 4th Annual Leadership Conference "Unity Through Diversity"
Our youth leader representatives for the IBOGS Leadership Conference held at Okkodo High School on Mar. 23, 2019: Momo Certeza, Ben Lactaoen, Joseph Olarte, Keesha Nuguid, Erin Moldez, Gwen Nava, and Luke Sambilay.
Special Olympics 2019
Kudos to our Olympians during the Special Olympics 2019 held at Okkodo High School on Mar. 16, 2019!
Shout out to our Math Counts Mathletes!
Awesome job to our Mathletes for placing 3rd Place ISLAND-WIDE during the Match Counts State Competition held on March 9 at the Pacific Star Resort: Gabriel Bansil, Jason Casas, Michael Villeza, and Jillard De Fiesta! Thank you, coaches, for guiding our students to victory!
Boys Basketball Season Ends: BMS A-Team ranks 12-2; B-Team 13-1
We are so proud of our boys basketball team as they close the season 2nd place overall with all their hard work and dedication! Great job to our coaches, also. Ahh~~ Beep! Beep!
Mes CHamoru Guest Speaker Schedule
Take pride as a Guamanian as this year's guest speakers share important facts and opinions about our beloved island. Some of our guest speakers are Roadrunner alumni and are making a difference in our community! Here are the following guest speakers and dates:
Mar. 8 - Project Inspire/Dreamstorm (Niel Romero and JED)
Mar. 14 - One Punch Media (Ed Suarez)
Mar. 18 - Dr. Michael Bevacqua for his book "Roque"
Mar. 20 - Austimon and Earth Kitchen
Mar. 20 - Maisa Guam (Aguarin Iriarte)
Mar. 22 - Guampedia (Shannon Murphy/Rita Nauta)
Mar. 26 - Chamorrita Cosmetics (Tianna Cruz)
"Uniting the World Peace by Peace": Roadrunners bring a hopeful and positive light to our community.
Our 9th Annual Peace March brings our community for the a cause close to all our hearts: to see our world in peace and unity, thriving in the celebration of our differences. We would like to extend a heart-felt gratitude to GEB Chairperson Mark Mendiola, Dededo Mayor Melissa Savares, PTO President Gary Kuper, Superintendent Jon Fernandez, Deputy Superintendent Stacey Sahagon, WES Principal Evangeline Iglesias, MUES Principal Beverly San Agustin, Officer Susie Santos, Okkodo High School's The Last Minute Band, and all the volunteers who have shown our school incredible support. Thank you, Ms. Lansang and Mr. De Leon for coordinating this event! Read more about us on the Pacific Daily News.
Congrats on your SWEET victory, Lady Roadrunners!
Making BMS proud- our Girls Soccer team is the overall winner for Sugar and Spice Islandwide Soccer Festival! Great job, Lady Roadrunners!
Silibrasion Gupot CHamoru 2018-2019: Sånta Misa yan Na'taotao Tumano'
Mes Chamoru celebrations begin with Sånta Misa ceremony and fiesta! Thank you to Siñorita Guiao for your delicious potroast. Thank you, Señora Muna, Señora Esteves, Señorita Guiao, and your students, for representing us in this event!
WASC Accreditation Visit March 10-13
Our school is up for its accreditation visit in a couple of weeks, and we are excited to showcase to our visitors the great learning, talents, hard-work, and accomplishments of our Roadrunner students! In the next couple of weeks, please continue to go over the BMS Vision and Mission with your children. Remind them to behave appropriately and maintain the attributes described in our Schoolwide Learner Outcomes. Lastly, support school and home connection by asking your children what they are learning in school. Instill in them the value of life-long learning.
Thank you so much your support and partnership with us!
BMS Math Counts Team Places 3rd Island-wide!
Roadrunners prove that hard work pays during the island-wide Math Counts Competition Series on Feb. 17, 2019 at the Pacific Star Resort. Congrats to our Mathletes! A job well done! Special thanks to Sasaki Sensei, Ms. Tabunda, and Ms. Ross for guiding our students to victory.
February Roadrunner Express: Check It Out!
Allison Zimmerman, author of Good People, visits BMS
Author Allison Zimmerman finds herself back on her beloved island of Guam and visits Roadrunners to talk about the importance of self-value and self-respect. Through her easy-to-read book, Ms. Zimmerman, helps us make Positive Choices and encourages us to use our voices against sexual harassment.
Guest Speaker: Mr. Don Lastimoza
Thank you Mr. Don Lastimoza for encouraging our Roadrunners to Make Positive Decisions and Strive for a Better Tomorrow!
Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Be Safe Online
Team 007 had the opportunity to learn about cyberbullying from Sgt. Tapao from the Guam Police Department. We would also like to thank Officer Santos for helping to make this presentation possible. Roadrunners learned how to keep everyone online safe.
Heartfelt gratitude and a bittersweet goodbye to our beloved Ms. Pascua!
Thank you, Ms. Pascua, for all that you've done for our Roadrunner family! You have touched many lives with your 40 years of service. We will surely miss you!
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