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Brown Middle School

228 S. Scranton Street
Ravenna, OH 44266

330-296-3849

330-297-4146

7:00am - 3:30pm

  • Jonathan LanePrincipal
  • Sean DaughteryAssistant Principal
  • Jodi KornbauSecretary
  • Mandy CaiccoAttendance Secretary

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR BROWN MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS

 
 

Important Dates:

 
Feb. 1 – Mar. 5BMS Yearbook Orders Taken – Click Here to print out a Yearbook Order Form
February 25Parent/Teacher Conferences – 3:00pm-6:30pm – To schedule a phone conference or Google Meet conference, please call the office at 330-296-3849 ext 3001 or ext 3002.
7th Graders Study How Young People Can Make a Difference

7th Graders Study How Young People Can Make a Difference

  The 7th grade ELA students of Sarah Catalucci and Melissa Hilbrunner recently studied an article from Scope Online magazine. The article focused on how a group of teenagers organized one of the largest anti-racism protests in the history of their city. The...

Black History Month Wall of Honor

Black History Month Wall of Honor

  This past week, several of our BMS Student Council members, under the leadership of Lisa Mckenna, created a Black History Month Wall of Honor outside the cafeteria at Brown. This location was chosen because it is a common area that most students and faculty...

Black History Month Celebrated at Brown Middle School

Black History Month Celebrated at Brown Middle School

  At Brown Middle School, Black History Month is being celebrated in many ways!  Mrs. Coyle and Ms. Dreger have highlighted inspirational quotes on their bulletin board for the 2nd Semester.  They are focusing on quotes from famous African-Americans throughout...

Winter Writing Workshop

Winter Writing Workshop

Sat, Feb 6, 2021 10:00 AM EST A Virtual Winter Writing Festival: A Poetic Inventory of the CVNP Sat, Feb 6, 2021 1:00 PM EST A Virtual Winter Writing Festival: Unleashing Creativity Sat, Feb 13, 2021 10:00 AM EST A Virtual Winter Writing Festival: Squeezing Poems Out...

Hat Donation

Hat Donation

  Brown Middle School recently received a donation of hats that were knitted for students and donated by Wendy Jo Marsinek and the Stow Presbyterian Church.  Thank you so much!  Our students love them!

Coping with Grief and Loss

Coping with Grief and Loss

  Children's Advantage is offering two safe group zoom meetings on Thursday, December 17th and Friday, December 18th.  Both meetings are from 4:00 - 5:00 pm and offer a safe space for listening, sharing, understanding and hope.      

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Raven Pride In Our Buildings  Our facilities are in good hands with Harry, our Head Custodian. For 30+ years, he’s been a steward of our safety, cleanliness and comfort – scheduling maintenance, keeping floors shiny and providing a sanitized setting for our children to learn.  Raven Pride on the Field  Harry excelled in athletics, playing for Joe Leigh, one of Ravenna’s winningest football coaches. Harry’s highlight: beating Kent Roosevelt his senior year. “I still brag about it today!” Harry also thanks coaches and mentors Bruce Ribelin and Frank Hairston. Harry earned a football scholarship to Defiance College where he played linebacker for the Yellow Jackets.
10th grade English students recently read a poem and compared the poet's encounter with the police to activist, Bryan Stevenson's encounter with the police in the book Just Mercy. RHS was able to get 70 copies of Just Mercy donated for use.
The Ravenna High School Student Council conducted their Spring Blood Drive on Tuesday, February 23rd. The Student Council annually hosts a Fall and Spring Blood Drive. The Red Cross set a goal for Student Council to enroll enough donors to achieve the successful collection of 24 pints of blood.  Student Council utilized social media, personal contacts, and in-school registration in an effort to achieve their goal. Student Council knew this would be a challenging year due to COVID and remote learners reducing the school population. The Student Council promoted the need for blood donations to assist members of our local community and emphasized that potential donors who had had COVID could provide antibodies to assist four other community members fighting this disease.  We are proud to announce that the Student Council met and exceeded their goal of 24 blood donations. Forty donors were registered and Student Council was awarded a $500 bonus to provide scholarships to senior Student Council members.
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RAVENNA SCHOOLS BY THE NUMBERS

2343

STUDENTS ENROLLED

21

AVERAGE CLASS SIZE

5 STAR

PRESCHOOL PROGRAM

1:1

STUDENT TO COMPUTER RATIO

65%

TEACHERS WITH MASTER’S DEGREE OR HIGHER

13

AVERAGE YEARS OF TEACHING EXPERIENCE