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Wednesday, April 9th:

Congratulations to 3 of our Belmont Ridge students who are finalists in the Loudoun County Harmony Middle School writing contest. Our 3 winners will receive their prizes on April 29th. Congratulations Belmont Ridge writers!


There will be NO MATH 6 SOL REVIEW session today.

 

There will be no Chess Club today.


Attention students! The library will not be open after school today. There will be no book club meeting today. The book club will meet on April 23rd the Wednesday after Spring Break


Autism Awareness Continues:

Did you know that people like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart had autism?

It is said that he was in need of constant motion of his hands and feet. His hearing was also very sensitive. By studying letters between the musician and his family, historians have shared that one day Mozart was having a bit of a bored moment so he jumped up and hurdled over tables and chairs, meowed like a cat and did somersaults.


B-I-N-G-O ….. It’s Bingo this Thursday, Tomorrow at 6:30pm. Come have fun with Bright Life Buddies. We have many prizes for the event. Did I hear someone say BINGO!!! See you all tomorrow in the cafeteria. Say it with me. $5 dollar Bingo, Thursday at 6:30!!!!!
 
Tuesday, April 8th:

Spring Pictures will be taken today, Tuesday, April 8th during PE classes.  Picture forms are available in the Front Office, if needed.


All 8th grade students are invited to attend this week’s Science SOL review session tomorrow morning in the library beginning at 7:45am.  We will be reviewing the topic of Resources and Watersheds.  See you there!


Don’t forget in a effort to continue to raise awareness for autism, tomorrow is TWIN DAY! Find your twin and dress alike!


Attention Book Club Members! Please report to the library promptly at 3:30 pm today after school. Don’t forget to get everything you need to take home with you from your locker. We will be taking group pictures and then boarding the bus to go to Stone Hill Middle School for the competition.


Another important announcement from the library. The library will not be open after school tomorrow. So there is no book club tomorrow.

 

Monday, April 7th:

Spring Picture Day is here!!  Spring Pictures will be taken today Monday, April 7th and tomorrow, Tuesday, April 8th during PE classes.  Picture forms are available in the Front Office, if needed.

 

All 8th grade students are invited to attend this week’s Science SOL review session on the topic of Resources and Watersheds.  This review session will be held on Wednesday morning in the library from 7:45-8:25am.  See you there!


Attention Book Club Members! Please bring your lunch to the library during your lunch block and Mrs.V will review the Battle of the Books questions with you while you have your lunch. Dessert will be provided.

 

A friendly reminder that the Battle of the books competition is tomorrow at Stone Hill Middle School.


Are you ready for Bingo? On Thursday April 10th Bright Life Buddies will be holding their annual Bingo night at 6:30pm in the cafeteria. We are raising money for Autism. Look forward to seeing everyone at Bingo Night on Thursday cost is $5.00. Come out for family fun.


Twin Day is this Wednesday! Dress like your twin. Hmmmm so what should we wear on twin day? We have to make sure we plan to dress alike. Remember this day is to shine the light. Twins in support of Autism Awareness.  

 

Friday, April 4th:

Spring Picture Day is coming!!  Spring Pictures will be taken Monday, April 7th and Tuesday, April 8th during PE classes.  Picture forms are available in the Front Office, if needed.


Ms. Cannon’s Contest Writers: We have one more meeting time left. I’ll see you this Monday, April 7, after school in C-3. 
 
Wednesday, April 2nd:

Attention Book club members! We will be meeting in the library today after school.

This is a mandatory meeting and everyone who is participating in the competition next week needs to attend.

 

Tuesday, April 1st:

Spring Picture Day is coming!!  Spring Pictures will be taken next Monday, April 7th and Tuesday, April 8th during PE classes.  Picture forms are available in the Front Office, if needed.


Attention Book club members! We will be meeting in the library tomorrow after school.  This is a mandatory meeting and everyone who is participating in the competition next week needs to attend. If you are unable to attend, then please inform Mrs. V. 

 
Friday, March 28th:

Today’s YOUTH ART MONTH Thought for the day:

“...the arts represent one of the ways through which humans construct and convey meaning, and the creation of art forms requires the use of judgment, perceptivity, ingenuity, and purpose– in a word, intelligence.”

Elliot W. Eisner


Rising 8th Graders. A large number of students still have not turned in a signed yellow copy of their course selection form. Please turn yours in to Mr. White as soon as possible.


Spring Picture Day is coming!!  Spring Pictures will be taken on Monday, April 7th and Tuesday, April 8th during PE classes.  Picture forms are available in the Front Office, if needed.


The music for state chorus is in!  Please see Mrs. Collins today to pick up your folders! 

 
Thursday, March 27th:

A reminder to all 8th graders that the next SOL review session is TOMORROW, March 28 at 7:45 am in the library on the topic of water and weather.  See you there!


Today’s YOUTH ART MONTH Thought for the day:

“One of the most wasteful decisions any school could make would be to discard arts education as a “frill.” The investment in a fine arts curriculum is repaid many times over by the quality of life it fosters in the community and by the growth it encourages in our most valuable asset: our children.”

William E. LaMonthe,

CEO, Kellogg Company


Hoops for Heart tournaments continue TODAY! Hopefully you have brought in your two dollars for a chance to win some of our AWESOME raffle prizes! Also, we know you couldn’t have forgotten that today is also the red out games! Can’t wait to see everyone rocking the red!


Congratulations to the two Belmont Ridge students who placed 15th in the Virginia Scholastic Chess Tournament held on March 15th and 16th.  Thank you once again for representing Belmont Ridge at the state tournament.


Rising 8th Graders. A large number of students still have not turned in a signed yellow copy of their course selection form. Please turn yours in to Mr. White as soon as possible.


Attention All Spanish Students who registered to take the National Spanish Exam! There will be a review on Tuesday, April 1 at 7:30 AM in computer lab 2 .


Tomorrow is the next SCA sponsored “Minute to Win It” game. If you would like to play be sure to put a gold belmont buck with your first and last name on it in the box labeled with your Friday lunch block. Winners get a lollipop to take home!
 
Wednesday, March 26th:

Attention 8th graders,

Please make sure to turn in your permission form for the high school field trip, which is THIS FRIDAY.  The forms must be turned in by tomorrow, March 27th!   Your parents should have received them electronically.  If you need a hard copy, please stop by the House-A office to pick one up.  You must turn your permission form in to go on the field trip.  


Today’s YOUTH ART MONTH Thought for the day:

All children deserve art opportunities to draw what they see, what they feel, what they dream. At home and at school, a child deserves surroundings rich in expressive opportunities. Now, more than ever, in the present day atmosphere of energy crisis, environmental pollution, hunger crises, civil war and economic problems, our students need an outlet for their emotions.


Congratulations to the Belmont Ridge Middle School Science Olympiad team, who recently competed in the state competition and came in the top twenty out of all schools in Virginia!


Hoops for Heart tournaments start TODAY! Hopefully you have brought in your two dollars for a chance to win some of our AWESOME raffle prizes! Also, we know you couldn’t have forgotten that today is also the white out games! Can’t wait to see everyone wearing their white!


We would like to congratulate our Odyssey of the Mind team for a terrific showing at the regional competition.  Two teams qualified for the Virginia State Tournament which will occur on April 26th.   Congratulations to all team members and good luck at states.


Rising 8th Graders. A large number of students still have not turned in a signed yellow copy of their course selection form. Please turn yours in to Mr. White as soon as possible.

 
Attention All Spanish Students who registered to take the National Spanish Exam! There will be a review  today after school in computer lab 2, and  on Thursday, March 27  at 7:30 AM in computer lab 2 as well . 
 
Tuesday, March 25th:

Attention all 8th graders!!! The next science SOL Review Session has been rescheduled for this FRIDAY, March 28 at 7:45am in the library.  All 8th graders are invited to attend this session on the topic of Water and Weather.  See you there!


Today’s YOUTH ART MONTH Thought for the day:

In a scientific and technological age, there is great need to provide a balance in school programs. Creative art experiences prepare children for imaginative, yet disciplined approaches to the solution of problems.


Hoops for Heart is quickly approaching! Please make sure that you are bringing in your donations and money for raffle tickets! We have some great raffle prizes for you this year and each ticket is only two dollars. Also don’t forget to round up your team and sign up for the basketball tournament. The two teams each block that raise the most money get to be the showcase team and play against teachers and staff. Remember that tomorrow, Wednesday is White Out and Thursday is Red Out. Let’s knock out heart disease!


Rising 8th Graders. A large number of students still have not turned in a signed yellow copy of their course selection form. Please turn yours in to Mr. White as soon as possible.


Attention Spanish Students Registered for the National Spanish Exam!

The exam  reviews will be on Wednesday March 26, after school in computer lab 2, and on Thursday, March 27 at 7:30 AM in computer lab 2 as well.

 

Monday, March 24th

Today’s YOUTH ART MONTH Thought for the day:

Art has value in the development of every child. Through meaningful art experiences, children develop self-expression, higher level thinking skills, and cultural literacy.


As youth Art Month comes to a close this week, please stop to take a look at the creative projects that have been undertaken by our 6th grade artists. Take a peek in our courtyard to admire the handiwork of Ms. Nazzaro’s art classes. They participated in a public art project to “yarn bomb” our trees with their prodigious finger weaving skills and their creativity. We also encourage you to look along the 6th, 7th and 8th grade halls to see some of the artwork that our staff and students have teamed up to create during the past week. Teachers--if you have received an invitation to participate in this collaborative art venture, it’s not too late to add your artwork to our collection!


Two of our sixth graders' artworks were selected to represent Belmont Ridge in the 2014 Loudoun Arbor Day Poster Contest! They were two out of four students in the county to be selected for this honor. They will be invited to attend the recognition ceremony and receive awards on March 29th. Congratulations to you both!


Hoops for Heart is quickly approaching! Please make sure that you are bringing in your donations and money for raffle tickets! We have some great raffle prizes for you this year and each ticket is only two dollars. Also don’t forget to round up your team and sign up for the basketball tournament. The two teams each block that raise the most money get to be the showcase team and play against teachers and staff. Remember that Wednesday is White Out and Thursday is Red Out. Let’s knock out heart disease!


Attention 8th grade staff and students:

Just a reminder that we’ll begin the short paper component of the writing 8 SOL tomorrow, Tuesday, March 25.

All English 5th and 6th block classes will be taking the test during 5th block.

All English 7th and 8th block classes will be taking the test during 7th block.

Students should report to their regular classrooms first for attendance before reporting to their testing location.

 

 

Friday, March 21st:

Today’s YOUTH ART MONTH Thought for the day:

Art is a universal “language.” It bridges cultural and generational differences.


Hoops for Heart is quickly approaching! Please make sure that you are bringing in your donations and money for raffle tickets! We have some great raffle prizes for you this year and each ticket is only two dollars. Also don’t forget to round up your team and sign up for the basketball tournament. The two teams each block that raise the most money get to be the showcase team and play against teachers and staff. Remember that Wednesday is White Out and Thursday is Red Out. Let’s knock out heart disease!


Starting TODAY the SCA is sponsoring “Minute to Win It” games in the cafeteria during lunch. If you would like to play, write your name on the back of a gold belmont cash dollar and drop it into the box of your Friday lunch block. Names will be drawn every Friday for the games. Winners of each round will get lollipop prizes!


Congratulations to the Eighth Grade Chorus and the Chamber Choir on receiving Superior Rating at District Choral Assessment on Wednesday, March 19!!!  They received Superior on their musical selections and their sight-reading!  A parent from another school also complimented them very highly--saying that they were the best behaved of any choir that night!  Way to go, Riverhawk Singers!!!  We are very proud of you!!!

 

Thursday, March 20th:

Today’s YOUTH ART MONTH Thought for the day:

Art is for all youth, not just the especially gifted. Art activities stimulate creativity, imagination, perception, and selectivity so necessary for our future decision makers, business people, engineers, scientists, and teachers.


Attention 8th grade students- There is still time to apply for the CAMPUS program if you’re interested! Please complete your online application, which is located on the lcps.org website, by Friday, March 21. See Mrs. Scott if you have any questions.


Hoops for Heart is quickly approaching! Please make sure that you are bringing in your donations and money for raffle tickets! Remember that we have some great raffle prizes for you this year and each ticket is only two dollars. Also don’t forget to round up your team and sign up for the basketball tournament. The two teams each block that raise the most money get to be the showcase team and play against teachers and staff. Let’s knock out heart disease!


Starting this Friday the SCA is sponsoring “Minute to Win It” games in the cafeteria during lunch. If you would like to play, write your name on the back of a gold belmont cash and drop it into the box of your Friday lunch block. Names will be drawn every Friday for the games. Winners of each round will get lollipop prizes!

 
Congratulations, if you received a letter inviting you to participate in the Academic Challenge.  Please be sure to show up promptly after school today.  There has been a change in location for participants.  The new location is in room A-10.
Wednesday, March 19th:

Today’s YOUTH ART MONTH Thought for the day

Art teaches many things. It stimulates a child’s spiritual and emotional responses to his environment. It develops creativity, perception, and imagination.


Attention 8th grade students- There is still time to apply for the CAMPUS program if you’re interested! Please complete your online application, which is located on the lcps.org website, by Friday, March 21. See Mrs. Scott if you have any questions.


Hoops for Heart is quickly approaching! Please make sure that you are bringing in your donations and money for raffle tickets! Remember that we have some great raffle prizes for you this year and each ticket is only two dollars. Also don’t forget to round up your team and sign up for the basketball tournament. The two teams each block that raise the most money get to be the showcase team and play against teachers and staff. Let’s knock out heart disease!


Starting this Friday the SCA is sponsoring “Minute to Win It” games in the cafeteria during lunch. If you would like to play, write your name on the back of a gold belmont cash dollar and drop it into the box of your Friday lunch block. Names will be drawn every Friday for the games. Winners of each round will get lollipop prizes! 
 
Tuesday, March 18th:

Good morning, 6th graders. For those of you going with your 5th block teacher on the field trip tomorrow, please remember to bring a packed lunch and dress warmly. Please wear warm, comfortable shoes as well.  


March is Youth Art Month! Belmont Ridge is celebrating Youth Art Month with a variety of activities. Mrs. Campbell’s  art classes are crafting accurate reproductions of famous artworks on pins that will be shared with our staff. Miss Garfield’s art classes are designing creative door hangers, bookmarks, and interactive posters in the cafeteria as part of our celebration. Mrs. Nazzaro’s students have delivered invitations to various members of our staff and administration to collaborate on a shared piece of artwork that we will display in the halls. In addition to these projects, look for thoughtful art quotations and posters around the school that will inspire you to reflect upon the value of art in our school and in our community! 

 
Friday, March 14th:

Attention 7th grade students. If you have not already turned in your signed, yellow course selection form to Mr. White, please do so as soon as possible.


Attention 8th grade students: Please remember to sign up for the CAMPUS program if you are interested. The applications are available online, and can be accessed through the LCPS website. The deadline to apply is March 19. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Scott. This is a great high school program, and we’d like to see many students take advantage of it!


Today is the last day for the book fair.  We are open until 2:00.  We have restocked so come look for your favorite title.


Today is also the last day of foreign language week.

Germans have invented many things we could not live without anymore. The computer, television, automobile, and MPS-format originated in Germany. Germans were also first to create gummy bears, contact lenses, aspirin,  jeans, refrigerators, and kindergarten. Even the tradition to decorate Christmas trees came from Germany. Wunderbar!

 

Thursday, March 13th:

Attention 7th grade students, if you have not already turned in your signed, yellow course selection form to Mr. White, please do so as soon as possible.


Attention 8th grade students: Please remember to sign up for the CAMPUS program if you are interested. The applications are available online, and can be accessed through the LCPS website. The deadline to apply is March 19. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Scott. This is a great high school program, and we’d like to see many students take advantage of it! 
 
Wednesday, March 12th:

       In continuation of foreign language week, I’ll be speaking today about Latin, the language of the Romans. As a demonstration of the clarifying powers of Latin, I'll be explaining the meaning behind a Harry Potter spell.    Harry's favorite disarming spell, "expelliarmus," is pseudo Latin, or "fake" Latin. The first part, "expello," means "I banish." The second part, "arma," means "weapons." By using this disarming spell, Harry banishes his opponent's weapon, or wand.   Most other spells also have Latin roots, or are exact Latin, such as "expecto patronum," Harry's protection against the dementors. Ask a Latin student if they can tell you what "expecto patronum" means!


Attention 7th grade students. If you have not already turned in your signed, yellow course selection form to Mr. White, please do so as soon as possible.


Attention Sweet Chef members don’t forget Thursday is a final class. Drop off your dessert in room B1 on Thursday morning and get ready for some tasty treats in the afternoon! Don’t forget to remind your parents to join us for the special event! Sweet treats are calling….


Congratulations to the BRMS Boys 7th Grade basketball team won the 7th Grade Travel championship with a 35-30 victory over Riverbend MS.

 

The book club will meet in the library after school today. See you there!


Attention 8th grade students: Please remember to sign up for the CAMPUS program if you are interested. The applications are available online, and can be accessed through the LCPS website. The deadline to apply is March 19. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Scott. This is a great high school program, and we’d like to see many students take advantage of it!


Extreme Journey Through Hallowed Ground

Over a two week period middle school campers will march across Antietam National Battlefield with a licensed guide, learn about medical treatment for wounded soldiers at the Pry House with staff from the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, tube Antietam Creek, canoe the Potomac River, bike the C&O Canal towpath, hike at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, explore Thomas Jefferson's Monticello estate, cycle the national military park at Gettysburg, and develop team building skills on the zipline and challenge course at Camp Highroad.

    In addition, they will travel to various nearby sites, including The Marshall House, Morven Park, and Oatlands House and Gardens to learn more about their local history. Each day campers will work with iPad minis and iMovie software to produce video documentaries detailing what they learn about leadership from the many men and women they encounter along their Journey. On the last Friday of camp, campers will hold a World Premiere of the student films in the auditorium of their "home-base" school.  Go to http://www.hallowedground.org/Education/Extreme-Journey-Camps for more information.

 

Tuesday, March 11th

Spanish explorers in the New World gave many of our states and cities Spanish names.  Since Spain is a Christian country, the explorers sometimes named the town or region after the saint whose feast was celebrated on the day they arrived.  Other names tell us the impressions of the physical characteristics of the land or its formation.  Here are some examples.

San Francisco was named after St. Francis because it was founded on his day.

Colorado, which means red, was given its name because of the reddish color of the earth.

El Paso, which it means the pass, was named by Juan de Oñate for its strategic location at a narrow pass on the Rio Grande.

Florida was named for Easter Sunday, or Pascua Florida, by Ponce de León, who arrived there on that day.

There are many more cities and states in the United States that have Spanish names.


The BRMS Boys 7th Grade basketball team triumphed again moving on to the semi-final round of the playoffs with a 56-32 victory over Harper Park MS.  The boys go back in battle tonight for the right to advance to the championship game which will be played on Sunday at 4:15 at Tuscarora HS.   They play tonight at 7:45pm at Stone Hill Middle school vs Harmony MS.  Please come out and show your support.  


The Belmont Ridge Riverhawk 8th grade Boys Basketball team won the Championship game on Sunday with a thrilling victory over the high flying team from Riverbend. The Riverhawks capped off their season as regular season champions, Tournament champions, and also won the Slam City Holiday Tournament. Congratulations to the players on their had work and dedication.


Attention 7th grade students. If you have not already turned in your signed, yellow course selection form to Mr. White, please do so as soon as possible.
 
Monday, March 10th:

March 9, to March 14, is National Foreign Language week in the United States.  In 1957 Alpha Mu gamma Honor Society began celebrating National Foreign Language Week; endorsed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower to make American students aware of how vital foreign language study is.  Understanding language and culture are critical for success in today’s globalized economy.  With unprecedented advances in digital technology, social media, and global travel, the world stage is more accessible than ever to everyone.  Global consciousness is now the norm. “ It’s a Small  World after All”.


Attention 7th grade students. If you have not already turned in your signed, yellow course selection form to Mr. White, please do so as soon as possible.


Good morning, 6th graders. For those of you going with your 5th block teacher on the field trip tomorrow, please remember to bring a packed lunch and a jacket.


Attention mystery solvers! Names of the winners for the last library mystery for this school year have been posted in the library. Don’t forget to come in and collect your prizes!


We have three students who have won special prizes for the most interesting facts on Monkeys.


Donuts for sale! The Belmont Ridge Relay for Life team will be preselling donuts today through Thursday. Buy a donut for a dollar during all lunch blocks. You can pick up your donut during lunch on Friday. All proceeds go to help find a cure for cancer!



 

 
Friday, March 7th:

Tickets Now on Sale for Shrek the Musical!

Discover your inner ogre with this hilarious production featuring a ferocious she-dragon, feisty princess, funky donkey, "freaky" fairytale creatures, and of course, the big green man himself! Tickets are available online ONLY at www.lcps.org/tickets. You can also find the link to order tickets by going to the school website, and clicking on activities, then musical. The eight shows kick off with the white cast on Friday March 28th. They will perform on Saturday the 29th twice, and then on Sunday the 30th at 3pm. Then the first weekend in April the red cast hits the stage. You can watch them Thursday April 3rd, Friday the 4th, and twice on Saturday the 5th. All seats are reserved so get your tickets soon for the best view of Shrek and his pals.


Attention Book Club members! Due to snow days the last day for turning in your field trip permission form has been extended to Monday, March 10th. Late forms will not be accepted.


Attention Mystery Solvers! The names of the winners of the last mystery has been posted in the library. Please don’t forget to collect your prizes. 
 
Thursday, March 6th:
Spring Pictures have been rescheduled to April 7th and 8th, due to the weather 
 

Tickets Now on Sale for Shrek the Musical! Discover your inner ogre with this hilarious production featuring a ferocious she-dragon, feisty princess, funky donkey, "freaky" fairytale creatures, and of course, the big green man himself! Tickets are available online ONLY at www.lcps.org/tickets. You can also find the link to order tickets by going to the school website, and clicking on activities, then musical. The eight shows kick off with the white cast on Friday March 28th. They will perform on Saturday the 29th twice, and then on Sunday the 30th at 3pm. Then the first weekend in April the red cast hits the stage. You can watch them Thursday April 3rd, Friday the 4th, and twice on Saturday the 5th. All seats are reserved so get your tickets soon for the best view of Shrek and his pals.


Attention 8th Graders, if you haven’t brought in your End of the Year Events form and donation money, please do so A.S.A.P.  If you need a form, please pick one up from the House-A office.


The Belmont Ridge 8th Grade Boys advanced to the Final Four with an exciting play off win against Smarts Mill. The team will now face Harper Park on Friday night at 6:30 at River Bend Middle School. We hope that the 8th Grade will show their school spirit and come out to the game.


Belmont Ridge is excited to announce that we have 21 students that made State Chorus this year!  They will go to Bridgewater in April.  We are very proud of this great accomplishment, and look forward to a fantastic State Honors Choir!!!


Over the Weekend, the Belmont Ridge Middle School Science Olympiad team competed at Madison High School in the regional competition, and we did well enough to make it to the state-level competition! Some students even won medals! We have worked hard all year long to learn about rocks and minerals, heredity, build robots, and boomilevers, and were thrilled to do so well at competition!

 
 
Friday, February 28th:
Attention Mystery Solvers! Today is the last day to solve the library mystery.

Tickets Now on Sale for Shrek the Musical!

Discover your inner ogre with this hilarious production featuring a ferocious she-dragon, feisty princess, funky donkey, "freaky" fairytale creatures, and of course, the big green man himself! Tickets are available online ONLY at http://www.lcps.org/tickets. You can also find the link to order tickets by going to the school website, and clicking on activities, then musical. The eight shows kick off with the white cast on Friday March 28th. They will perform on Saturday the 29th twice, and then on Sunday the 30th at 3pm. Then the first weekend in April the red cast hits the stage. You can watch them Thursday April 3rd, Friday the 4th, and twice on Saturday the 5th. All seats are reserved so get your tickets soon for the best view of Shrek and his pals.

Picture Day is coming! Tuesday March 4th and Wednesday March 5th, Spring Pictures will be taken during PE blocks.

Thursday, February 27th:
Picture Day is coming! Tuesday March 4th and Wednesday March 5th, Spring Pictures will be taken during PE blocks.

Reminder, if you are interested in science, anatomy, building Rube Goldberg machine, or the science behind CSI shows, please join us for the Science Olympiad Team showcase after school today in room C12. See you there!

Attention Mystery Solvers! The last day to solve the library mystery is tomorrow.

Tickets Now on Sale for Shrek the Musical!

Discover your inner ogre with this hilarious production featuring a ferocious she-dragon, feisty princess, funky donkey, "freaky" fairytale creatures, and of course, the big green man himself! Tickets are available online ONLY at http://www.lcps.org/tickets. You can also find the link to order tickets by going to the school website, and clicking on activities, then musical. The eight shows kick off with the white cast on Friday March 28th. They will perform on Saturday the 29th twice, and then on Sunday the 30th at 3pm. Then the first weekend in April the red cast hits the stage. You can watch them Thursday April 3rd, Friday the 4th, and twice on Saturday the 5th. All seats are reserved so get your tickets soon for the best view of Shrek and his pals.

Students who made the following Chorus groups need to be at the music room this Friday, Feb. 28, by 7:55 am to take pictures for the yearbook: All-County Chorus, District Chorus, ACDA Regional Honors Choir, State Chorus, Chamber and Show Choirs!!!

Wednesday, February 26th:
Are you interested in science? anatomy? Building Rube Goldberg Machines? Are you interested in the science behind CSI shows? The come to Belmont Ridge Middle School’s Science Olympiad Team Showcase, where students will be presenting their Science Olympiad projects that they have worked on all year! Please join us this Thursday afternoon after school in room C12. See you there!

The BRMS Boys 7th Grade basketball locked up the #2 seed heading into the playoffs, as they recorded their 7th straight victory with 2 convincing victories over Stone Hill and Harper Park Middle Schools.
The team swings into 2nd round playoff action on Tuesday, 3/4, at 6:30pm at Harper MS vs the winner of the Smarts Mill/Harper game. Please come out and show your support.



Tuesday, February 25th:

A reminder to 8th graders that the next science SOL Review Session is tomorrow at 7:45am in the library. All 8th graders are invited to attend this session on the topic of Electricity and Magnetism. See you there!

Are you interested in science? anatomy? Building Rube Goldberg Machines? Are you interested in the science behind CSI shows? Then come to Belmont Ridge Middle School’s Science Olympiad Team Showcase, where students will be presenting their Science Olympiad projects that they have worked on all year! Please join us this Thursday afternoon after school in room C12. See you there!

Attention Mystery Solvers! The last day to solve the library mystery is this Friday, Feb 28th



Monday, February 24th:

Attention 8th graders, if you are interested in playing football at Stone Bridge High School next year and would like and information packet please see Ms. White or Mr. Mackey to receive one. Also, there will be an informational parent meeting for all those interested on March 4th @ 7 pm in the SBHS cafeteria.

The Belmont Ridge 8th grade boys won on Sunday 53-26 over Harmony. With that victory, the Riverhawks finished the season as the regular season champions. The play-offs will begin a week from today, we look forward to the support of the entire 8th grade.
Do you get to school by 8:00am each day? Do you sit around in the cafeteria with nothing to do? Are you interested in technology or are a great organizer? Then We Want You for the Belmont Ridge Tech team! You will be trained to organize and set up equipment in the mornings before school. Please see Mrs. Tyrrell in computer lab 2 in you are interested. This Friday is the last day to apply.
Last Modified on April 9, 2014