Respect, Responsibility, and Relationships, Right Here.

 

"Boynton Middle School is committed to providing a learning environment where students achieve mastery of developmental skills and acquire the knowledge necessary to develop a positive self-image and to foster academic, social, and personal growth." 

 

John MacArthur - Principal

Elizabeth Pogorzelski - Assistant Principal 

 

500 Turnpike Road - New Ipswich - NH - 03071 - 603-878-4800

If your child is absent please call the school at 878-4800 ext 14 before 8:30 AM. After 8:30 please call the main office and speak to the secretary.

 

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BMS News

  • PTSO Meeting Wednesday, Feb 3

    PTSO Meeting Wednesday, Feb 3 Call to Order & Welcome Approval of Previous Minutes Committee ReportsTreasury Report New Business Celebration of Learning, Feb 10thSpring Book Fair Teacher Appreciation Day, May 3rdRecruiting New Members Old BusinessHonor CeremonyFunStuff Coupon Fundraiser Adjourn

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  • Geography Bee is Underway at BMS

    The annual National Geographic Society's Geography Bee is underway at BMS. All grades have completed the Preliminary Round of this year's geography bee. We are pleased to announce the two winners from each grade level that will advance to the final competition. Grade 5: Lyla Buxton and Millie McClainGrade 6:[…]

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  • Happy Birthday Elvis

    Today, January 8th, would have been Elvis Presley's 81st birthday. Mrs. Marceau, our Elvis loving music teacher, (don't tell Josh) celebrated his birthday by wearing her favorite Elvis shirt and putting her two lifesized Elvis cut outs in her classroom. She played Elvis music for her students and educated them[…]

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  • Nice Letters

    Nice Letters Great Things happen at Boynton Middle School. What you will read below is one of them. Nice letters I start by reading them the story "All the Good things" by Sister Helen P. Mrosla who was a teacher in Minnesota in the late 1960's and early 1970's. She tells the[…]

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