St. Bernard Middle School

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  • Beta State Convention 2018

    Wednesday, February 21 - Friday, February 23

    Lafayette, LA

    Good Luck SBM Betas !!!!!

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  • Terrific Teen Ceremony

    Tuesday, March 6, 2018

    9:00 am

    SBM Presentation Area

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Letter from the Principal


    Dear Parents,

    Well, it is already the halfway point of the school year!  Is your child doing well with grades?  I sure hope so.  If not, I'm certain you've been talking with us about a game plan.  If you need more than what we're doing, please call me.  We need to get all of our students to success!

    In other news, I'd like to remind you all of our big push for reading here at St. Bernard Middle.  Did you know that our students read silently for ten minutes every single day?  Yep, they sure do, and I can see growth in many of our students as a result.  Recently, we've talked with them about starting to find books for pleasure that are at their own reading levels.  By doing this, students will grow intellectually even more.  Ask your child what his or her reading levlel is; it should be written in the back of the agenda if they can't remember.  When we all talk with students about the important business of growing as a reader, the success they feel will be that much greater!

    State testing is just around the corner, and I want every student at St. Bernard Middle School to feel ready and confident when the time comes.  Please ask your child every day what he has learned in Math, English, Science, and Social Studies.  A daily learning review like this will only enhance your child's skill set, making them more prosperous in and out of class.

    I'd like to thank all the parents in the PTC and those who helped contribute to our recent raffles.  With your help, we raised $1200.  Our students are working to raise enough money to buy some new cement outdoor equipment, and this will get us well on our way.  As we come up with new fundraisers, we could certainly use more support.  Thanks again.

    Happy New Year to you all, and I hope to see you soon.


    Mrs. Angela D. Seibert




School News

  • Millionaires Attending St. Bernard Middle

    St. Bernard Middle is proud to announce that it currently has 8 students that have read over one million words, and two of those students have reached the multimillionaire status. Congratulations to these Regal Eagle Readers: Perry Jones, Julie Martinez, Angel Young-Bond, Hunter Ricouard, Dylan Kelly, and Tabatha Paz. Millionaires not pictured are Kelsy Farrell and Desiree' Slaughter-Etter. The faculty and staff of SBM look forward to adding more millionaires to its school!

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  • January Students of the Month

    SBM is proud to announce its January Students of the Month for 2017 - 2018. Congratulations to 8th grader, Alexis LeBoeuf; 7th grader, Kyleigh Kidd; 7th Grader, Alexander Rubio; and 6th grader, Hezekiah Acosta.

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  • SBM Takes 1st Place in Tower of Power

    Congratulations to the SBM Beta Club for taking first place in the Tower of Power challenge on District Day. The students who participated in this event were Jerzie Douglas, Hailey Barrow, Alivia Battle, Alyssa Laurente, and Alyza Alfonso

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  • Beta Shirt Design Receives Award

    Congratulations to St. Bernard Middle School students Samantha Mahler and Jaycee Ramirez for designing the SBM Jr. Beta Club shirts for all members. Their design was awarded a 5th place medal at District Day. Congratulations!!!

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  • Family Events at SBM

    St. Bernard Middle hosted two events in hopes of bridging the gap between parents, teachers, and administrators - Moms and Muffins and Dads and Donuts. With over 120 parents in attendance, Principal Angela Seibert said that the events were a huge success.

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  • Sustained Silent Reading at SBM

    St. Bernard Middle is delighted to roll out its Sustained Silent Reading, or SSR, Program this year. Students and staff have the opportunity to read a choice book for 10 minutes EVERY day. Students will keep a reading log and take Accelerated Reader Quizzes to earn a host of rewards and prizes. SBM believes that you get good at what you do every day; good readers are better writers and thinkers; and of course, reading can be so much fun!

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