Parents and Guardians,

The Beaufort Middle School staff appreciates your patience during this unprecedented school closure.  Our staff is working diligently to continue our students’ learning while they are not in school.  Our community is strong and committed to the safety and health of all students and families.

All Beaufort Middle teachers will be posting review assignments in Google Classroom.  Please have your children check Google Classroom and complete work daily starting tomorrow (3/17/2020) so that they can remain engaged with learning and prevent regression in their skills.  If you have questions about assignments, teachers can be contacted directly through Google Classroom. All instructional resources can be accessed through the following link https://launchpad.classlink.com/beaufort.

If your student(s) do not have internet access at home, paper packets will be provided for all grade levels and subject areas.  These packets will need to be completed and turned in the first day back to school.  Packets will be available at the front office on Tuesday (3/17) from 8am-5pm and from 8am-1:30pm on Wednesday (3/18).

Grab and Go breakfasts and lunches will be prepared and transported to 11 sites across the county: Battery Creek High, Beaufort High, Beaufort Middle, Bluffton High, Hilton Head Island High, James J. Davis Early Childhood Center, Okatie Elementary, Red Cedar Elementary, St. Helena Elementary, Whale Branch Early College High and the Port Royal YMCA. Meal pick-ups will be available in the bus rider drop-offs at each location from 7:15-8:45 a.m. (breakfast) and 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (lunch). Students must be present at the time of pick up.  All food will be “grab-and-go,” with no food consumed on site.  No one will be allowed in the school buildings. Breakfast items will vary and may include cereal with milk, fruit, Fruit Frudels, whole grain Pop Tarts, cereal bars, and juice. Lunches will be sandwiches, fruit, fresh vegetables and milk.

Coronavirus:  Below is a helpful link for parents when trying to explain the Coronavirus. Staying healthy, using proper handwashing and protecting yourself and others. https://www.brainpop.com/health/diseasesinjuriesandconditions/coronavirus/

We will continue to keep you informed as more information is available.  We ask for your patience as we work out logistics and details.  Please take care of each other and stay safe.  If you have specific concerns or questions, please contact your child’s teachers, the school front office, or an administrator. 


Alvilda Graham, Principal