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    Earlier this week, Governor Andy Beshear recommended that no in-person classes take place in Kentucky until at least the third week of August. Following the Governor’s recommendation, the Breckinridge County Board of Education met this morning and approved a new school calendar for the 2020-21 school year. In-person classes in the Breckinridge County School District will start under an A/B schedule on Tuesday, August 25, 2020. The school district will operate under an A/B schedule through Friday, September 11, 2020. Our plan is to transition to a full five days a week, in-person class schedule on Monday, September 14, 2020, as long as it is deemed safe to do so.

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BCMS Mission Statement

Last Updated: 6/23/2020 7:24 PM

The mission of Breckinridge County Middle School is building confident, motivated, successful students, that’s BCMS. 


BCMS Learning Community, 

The leaders of Breckinridge County Middle School welcome you! We are looking forward to the 2020-2021 school year and are excited about getting started. 

Here at BCMS, we want our students to know their community, know their goals, and know their “why” (why they do what they do). This is achieved by developing positive relationships with all of our students and their families. Become involved with the education of your son/daughter by attending scheduled conferences, attending school events, and volunteering at BCMS. You are a vital part of your child’s education. Together we can make the middle school years great ones!

Our school theme this year will be “The Power of Choice.” We will have a monthly focus on how our scholars have the power of choice in all that they do. We have very high expectations for the 2020-2021 school year and believe this will be the best year yet. Again, we are excited to be working with your family, and we look forward to celebrating your child’s achievements with you.



Kevin Coomes, Principal 

Breckinridge County Middle School 

“Be remarkable”