Beaumont Middle School

Lexington, Kentucky

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     Blood Drive                       Blood Drive Shirt

    Why did the chicken cross the road?

    To get to the blood drive!

    Save a local patient's life, and show off your bravery with the "I'm not chicken—I donate blood." T-shirt. Get one when you donate at the upcoming Beaumont Middle School blood drive.

    Click the blue link below to schedule your donation appointment today!


    Beaumont Middle School
    Wednesday, 03/27/2019 (02:00 pm - 06:00 pm)
    2080 Georgian Way
    KBC Bloodmobile
    Lexington, KY 40504

    KBC now allows donors to answer required health history questions electronically, using a touch-screen tablet provided at the donation site.

    On the day of your donation, you may also complete your health history questions on your tablet, computer or smartphone prior to coming to the blood drive by using our new QuickPass.

    Thanks for being a lifesaver!


     

     

    kybloodcenter.org   |   800.775.2522   |   Please bring photo ID. 

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  • Last chance to order your 2018-2019 Beaumont yearbook!

     

    https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/productBrowse/1069651/Beaumont-Middle-School/2019-Yearbook/2018072404290086062/CATALOG_SHOP/

    Beaumont Middle School Lexington, KY - Yearbook Products - jostens.com

    $3.00 Color Autograph Section This 8-page insert offers extra space for autographs and special messages. $ 3.00 Clear Protective Cover Protect your yearbook from scuffing or scraping.


     

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  • Porter named state's P.E. Teacher of the Year

    LaDonda Porter Beaumont’s LaDonda Porter is the state’s 2019 Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year. The Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance congratulated her during a late-fall meeting at the Embassy Suites in Lexington. 

    “I am very non-traditional when it comes to physical education, and it involves more than just basketball. I find activities that students are unfamiliar with,” Porter said. “My whole approach is simple: Make it fun.  Exercise shouldn’t be a chore – it should be fun. If you find something you enjoy doing that gets your heart rate up, keep doing it. I hope my students take at least one activity from my class and practice it outside of my four walls.” 

    Porter earned a bachelor’s in Physical and Health Education from the University of Kentucky and a master’s in Library Science from Eastern Kentucky University. A native of Richmond, she has taught at Beaumont for 13 years. She also serves as the school’s athletics director, girls’ track coach, and intramurals coordinator and as the district representative for middle school track and field. “I have the best job in education,” Porter said.  


     

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