Bon Lin Middle School

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Fletcher Cleaves speaking to BLMS about being respectful, responsible and ready at RTI2B celebration day

Bon Lin Lynx Line rolling over their opponents Elmore Park Middle

Fun with plungers? You bet!

Teachers have a blast at the PBIS kick off!

Bon Lin Middle-- One of two Gold Level RTI2-B Schools in West TN


Fletcher Cleaves speaking with students and Principal Duncan at BLMS RTI2-B celebration

Mr. Brown and Mrs. Spuryer sporting their Spirit Wear.

Assistant Principals Mrs. Murin and Mrs. Bryson


Mrs. Jerden, Mrs. Craig, and Mrs. Fullen looking festive

Students experiencing a one-in-a-lifetime event.

6th Grade Yearly Kick off!

Bon Lin Middle School earned the highest award possible from the state of TN for 17-18.

Fletcher Cleaves speaking to the students about being respectful, responsible, and ready

Bon Lin Middle School -- Home of the Lynx

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Middle School Lacrosse Information
Growth Mindset
2019-2020 BLMS Handbook UPDATED
FIT Procedures
RTI Parent Manual
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Principal's Message

Principal's Message

Have a wonderful summer vacation.  We look forward to seeing our students in August for the 2019-2020 school year.  Parents, you can find our supply lists and summer reading lists on our homepage.

Upcoming Events

BLMS Basketball Game vs Elmore Park
Date: 12/16/2019, 4:30 PM 6 PM
Location: Elmore Park
BLMS Basketball Game vs Brighton
Date: 12/17/2019, 5 PM 7 PM
Location: BLMS
Choir Concert
Date: 12/17/2019, 6:30 PM 8 PM
Location: Bartlett Baptist Church
BLMS Basketball Game vs Lakeland
Date: 12/19/2019, 3:30 PM 6 PM
Location: Lakeland
1/2 Day Dismissal
Date: 12/20/2019


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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