Focus on Academics
Academics is our focus! Email is the best way to contact a teacher. Conferences may also be scheduled with the team or with a specific teacher during their planning time. Please email the teacher, team leader, or guidance counselor. You can help by always asking your child about homework. Students will always have independent reading to do at home. They should be reading novels or readings assigned by the teachers (novels, articles, or assignments). Melissa Brewer, our library media specialist, can help pick good novels for your child.
Each team has their own website. Many teachers have websites with class information. Many teachers will send home messages through Infinite Campus, which allows you to follow your child's grades in all classes. If you do not have access to IC, please contact the guidance office at (859) 381-3296 or (859) 381-3288. Students also have access and have their own logins. We recommend students checking their grades each week.
School Rules for Students
1. Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
2. Use and model respectful language at all times.
3. Follow adult directions without inappropriate comments, questions, or delays.
4. No bullying (language, actions, or technology).
5. Do your best!
Administrators assign Saturday School for behavior intervention. It meets twice per month from 9 to 11 a.m.
Help your child learn how to be safe online. Students will learn digital safety each school year. Parents/guardians should also teach, model, and reinforce digital safety at home. Common Sense Media is a great resource and provides students and families with tutorials and help.
Acceptable Use Policy
Visit MySchoolBucks or call (855) 832-5226 to pay for student meals.
The School Bus Route Finder allows you to locate the bus stop closest to your house.
To volunteer, you must have a background check at the beginning of each school year. | Volunteer Application/Renewal
A Helping Hand
Economic hardships can make things difficult for our families. If your family is in need, please do not hesitate to call Mike Allen, our Youth Services Center coordinator, or Ms. Williams, our social worker, at 381-3297.
All participating students must have a sports physical before tryouts. | KHSAA forms
Individual teachers hold thier own tutoring hours. Extended School Services (ESS) are also available. The Lexington Public Library offers some free homework help. Tutor.com also has a paid service.
With the enhanced version of MetaMetrics’ popular Math@Home utility, families have easier access to a growing number of mathematical materials and activities that support the lessons you’re teaching in school. By entering the child’s grade and Quantile® measure from his or her Kentucky Core Content Test score report, parents can then select the child’s textbook to find ability-appropriate, family-friendly resources, like games, books, worksheets and websites that will provide the child with extra help on the skills and concepts covered in any textbook lesson. You can access Math@Home resources. If you do not know your child’s KPREP score from last year, please call 381-3288 and ask for your child’s counselor.
Please log in to your Kroger account, and look for Bryan Station Middle School. Our number is RU369 and then enroll.
Our school uses the Box Tops for Education fundraiser. Box tops can be found on General Mills products, including Pillsbury, Betty Crocker, Green Giant, Yoplait, Progresso, Old El Paso, Pop Secret, Ziploc, Nature Valley, and many others. Box tops can be sent to the library or placed in Mrs. Brewer's mailbox throughout the year. Boxtops can be used as entry into raffles or give-aways as well as to pay off library accounts. In the past, PTSA also provided a pizza party to the 1st period class with the most box tops.
Ways to participate:
- Clip the pink labels from participating products, and students bring them to the library media center. | Box Tops labels flyer
- Download the Box Top mobile app, buy products, and scan the receipt. | Box Tops receipts flyer