Borel Middle School

MIssion
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MIssion <br />statement

The Borel Middle School staff will hold itself accountable to high levels of achievement for all students. We will strive to develop the whole child to grow intellectually, socially, ethically and culturally.  Read more about Borel

Academics

Academics

Borel’s curriculum and instructional practices are aligned with California State standards. We emphasize standards ­based instruction to meet the needs of students. Read more about our curriculum

We Are One

We Are One

“We are One Month” highlights our commitment to build a positive, safe school where we listen to one another and review tools to spread kindness and prevent bullying.

Read more about the Borel covenant

Athletics

Athletics

SPORT is an organization that provides funds for our after school sports programs including: Cross Country, Golf, Volleyball, Flag Football, Basketball, Track & Field, Tennis, and Soccer. Read more about SPORT

Music

Music

The Borel Music Program is well known! Music students participate in area Festivals and we even visited our sister school, Dai-Kyu Junior High in Toyonaka, Japan in 2015.  Read more about the Broel Music Program

Drama

Drama

Borel Drama Dream Theatre will strive to develop the whole child, helping students to grow intellectually, socially, ethically and culturally through theater arts. Read more about Borel Drama Dream Theatre

 

Latest BOREL NEWS

WELCOME TO THE BOREL MIDDLE SCHOOL COMMUNITY

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Pick Up & Return Of School Items At Borel - JUNE 9, 10, 11

  1. On your designated drop-off day, please make sure you have a SIGN in your window with the name of your child's first period teacher and full name of student.  Here is the link for the printable sign. You can also make your own with the appropriate information. 
  2. Place all items that need to be returned to Borel in a plastic bag labeled with your child’s full name and teachers’ name in the trunk of your car. There will be collection tables along Barneson with staff members wearing face coverings and gloves ready to collect and inventory your returned items. After dropping off your items, if you do not have items to pick-up you may exit the line of cars and continue along Barneson. 
  3. To pick up items, turn into the parking lot from Barneson. Follow staff directions and pull up to the canopy area. Remain in your car and open your trunk. Staff will put your items (including yearbook if you ordered one) in your car trunk. Once you have your items, exit the parking lot onto Edinburgh. 

***All students in grades 6 & 7 who checked out a Chromebook and /or hotspot have the option to keep these items over the summer.  Eighth grade students have two options to return items (designated day/time OR June 17 from 8:30 to 10:00 or 1:30 to 3:00 pm)

 

Incoming 6th Grade Enrollment Information

 *Please be on the lookout for email communication regarding 6th grade address verification on or before May 15,2020.

For additional information, please click here.  

Support our School

Visit our PTA Website for information about becoming a Bobcat Booster  

2019-2020 Important Dates

  • June 2 - “Virtual” Coffee Chat with Superintendent Rosas—7:00-8:00pm

  • June 9-12 - Pick up and Return of school items at Borel (click to see schedule)

  • June 16 - 8th Grade Virtual Promotion

  • June 17 - Optional 8th Grade only Chromebook & Hotspot Drop-off

  • June 17 - Last Day of School

     

  • View the full calendar 

  

MEASURE X UPDATE - NEW GYM & CLASSROOMS PROJECT

Click here to read the Superintendent's September 2019 Project Update - English / Spanish