Bon Lin Middle School

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Fletcher Cleaves to Speak at BLMS Gold Award Celebration

Bio from Fletcher:
My name is Fletcher D. Cleaves, in May of 2009 I graduated from Cordova High School in Memphis TN. After graduation I was awarded a football scholarship to attend Lambuth University in Jackson TN but on September 10th, 2009 I was involved in a serious car accident where a distracted driver, presumed to have been texting and driving, ran me off the road. While trying to avoid them I swerved off the road and flipped into an embankment. The accident left me paralyzed from the chest down.

After an entire year of rehabilitation and learning how to adapt to my new disability, I transferred schools and moved closer to home. It was difficult in the beginning because I had to relearn simple tasks such as holding a pencil and eating but as time went on I adapted and I am now a graduate from the University of Memphis with a degree in Computer Science.
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Go Jim Go!!!!

Students donated over $600 to Le Bonheur Children's Hospital September 21. Starting next week, students can bring donations to their homeroom teacher in a school wide contest to see which homeroom can raise the most money for Le Bonheur.
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Kroger commits to another year-long contribution for PBIS program at BLMS

Kroger located at 7615 US Hwy 70, has committed to another year of assisting BLMS with our PBIS Program. Kroger has partnered with BLMS to promote our PBIS rewards system through a generous donation of 56 dozen donuts. The Bakery staff provide two dozen donuts each week, to be rewarded to students exhibiting positive behavior during a random drawing of Lynx Loot titled "Donuts with Duncan."
We appreciate the support that they have shown our school!
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Cans for Pets Starts this Week!

Cans for Pets
Bon Lin students support the Humane Society by collecting clean aluminum soda cans!
The revenue generated from the cans is used to buy food for the shelter animals. A worthy cause!!
Please send cans to your child’s homeroom teacher or Mrs. Winter in room 207. Thank you!
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