Borel Middle School

Borel Reopening & Resources

Borel Reopening & Resources

MIssion
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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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Borel Reopening Information - Important Reminders

Starting next Monday, April 19th, there is a new bell schedule for EVERYONE whether you are in person or Distance Learning. Phased hybrid students need to know their first-period classroom number and view this map to know where their classroom is located on campus.  A map is also located in the Binder Reminder. Before 7:30 am each day, phased hybrid families need to complete the Frontline daily wellness check (instructions & video).  Before Monday, please review the on-campus reopening procedures and the safety guidelines. Students returning in the phased hybrid need to bring their District issued Chromebook fully charged to school each day.  If you do not have a District Chromebook, you will receive one on Monday. Thank you for taking the time to review these important reminders.

 

Virtual Incoming Sixth Grade Orientation

Historically in December and Janurary, Borel hosts orientation meetings for our incoming sixth-grade families.  Since we are still in Full-time Distance Learning, we have put together a virtual orientation to allow you to meet staff, tour our school and hear from students.  We look forward to you joining the Bobcat community.  Please check out our 6th-grade Virtual Orientation video in English and Spanish

Introducing Borel's New Gym!

Watch a short video tour of the brand new Borel Gym!

Support our School

Visit our PTA Website for information about becoming a Bobcat Booster  

2020-2021 Important Dates

  • April 12 - 4th Quarter Begins
  • April 14 - Virtual Cultural Fair
  • April 15 & 16 - Asynchronous Learning Days
  • April 19 - Phased Hybrid Begins
  • View the full calendar 

  

Did You Know?

Borel Boosters relies on its community to provide essential funding to continue to provide these amazing opportunities for Borel Students. See slides about a few examples funded by Borel Boosters English / Spanish) to .

MEASURE X UPDATE - NEW GYM & CLASSROOMS PROJECT

Read the Superintendent's September 2019 Project Update - English / Spanish