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Faculty & Streams

Google Classroom Information

Most Brown-Barge teachers are using Google Classrooms and Google Drive features actively in their classrooms. Please ask your student for more information about how Google is used to enhance education. Teachers are able to share resources and post assignments and students are able to ask questions and submit assignments, as well as share resources with one another. Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets all allow students to collaborate together on projects and create visual displays of information. 

BBMS Faculty
  Lawrence Barrow Teacher
  Jennifer Brummet Teacher
  Tyler Brummet Teacher
  Tyler Bryant Teacher
  Tee Cassidy Teacher
  Kathleen Crittenden Teacher
  Shirley Gilley Teacher
  Nora Guy Teacher
  Richard Hunter Teacher
  Kristy Imhof Teacher
  Zachary Johnson Teacher
  Megan Judge Teacher
  Jessica Lenhart Teacher
  Carrie McGugin Teacher
  Andrea McVoy Teacher
  Rashena McWhite Teacher
  Lauren Meiss Teacher
  David Mellor Teacher
  Marguerite Moloney Teacher
  Dave Moran Teacher
  Maeanna Naffe Teacher
  Angela Nass Teacher
  Heath Parr Teacher
  Molly Perkins Teacher
  Jayson Perkinson Teacher
  Marcus Philphot Teacher
  Jobie Presley Teacher
  Joseph Printz Teacher
  Stephanie Reed Teacher
  Leah Smith Teacher

Teachers at Brown-Barge

Ask Brown-Barge teachers what they teach and you're likely to get the same response: "Students!"  Brown-Barge is taught using an integrative model.  Teachers teach in teams in multi-graded classrooms without specific subject boundaries. Teams and Streams, our thematic units, change every 12 weeks.

Mission Statement

The mission of Brown-Barge Middle School is to meet the specific needs of each student through the implementation of a program of academic excellence which incorporates technology into an integrative curriculum. This curriculum includes individual and cooperative learning experiences designed to foster and promote a positive school culture.  Mutual respect, ethical behavior, pride and integrity in one’s self, school and community and success for all students will be the realization of this mission.

—developed by the Faculty of BBMS the first year, 1988-89

 

Philosophy

We believe that each student, working at his or her own pace, has the right to pursue academic, social, and personal goals in a nurturing, supportive environment. We believe that secure students will be motivated to accept the challenge of the differentiated and integrative curriculum designed to produce academic excellence at Brown-Barge Middle School. The ultimate goal at Brown-Barge is to assist students in becoming happy, productive, and knowledgeable young people who believe in themselves and their ability to make a positive contribution to society.