Admin

Administration

Brenda Ross
  Principal

Michael Coats
Assistant Principal

Sharnelius Colbert

Assistant Principal

Sequena Scott
Instructional Facilitator

Jeannine Reynolds
     Counselor

Michael Walker
    Counselor

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Announcement


The beginning of the 2017-2018 school year is here! Your Babb administration, faculty, and staff are proud to report that we had a very successful Grand Opening on August 7, 2017. You will find updates and reminders listed below. Please review this section throughout the school year.  

  •  The school day is from 8:15am – 3:10pm. 
    Students arriving to school after 8:15 am must be signed in by a parent/guardian. Students that do not adhere to the tardy arrival procedures will receive consequences.
  • Students are not allowed on campus prior to 7:15 am  and must be picked up by 3:45pm daily.  Students who do not adhere to the drop off and pick up procedures will receive consequences.
  • No parent conferences will be held during the homeroom transition/zero period time of \7:45am – 8:45am.
  • No checkouts will be granted after 2:40pm. No checkouts will be granted after 1:40 pm on early release days.
  • Students should arrive in full uniform dress daily.

Click here to view the information regarding the 2017-2018 Uniform Dress Policy

  • Please review Babb’s behavior expectations with your student(s).
  • D:  Do the right thing.
  • O:  Omit distractions.
  • G:  Get recognized.
  • S:   Show and receive respect.

We are looking forward to partnering with you for an awesome school year.  We are Babb Bulldogs!
 
Sincerely,
 
Brenda Ross
Principal

 

Recent News

2017-2018 BFTC GRANT

                   AWARD LETTER

Lillian Mitchell   Babb Middle School

Congratulations, you have been selected to receive a $ 180 BFTC grant.  Your monetary award will be mailed to your school’s shipping address.  If your school has a POST OFFICE BOX, let me know ASAP so it can get to you in a timely manner. If you have trouble cashing your certificate, endorse it over to your school and then use your school account to purchase beef. 

 NEW THIS YEAR:  Thanks to the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture, we now have a complete classroom curriculum instructors can use as an educational resource for students to learn more about beef.   Lessons are broken into chapters designed for 45-90 minute class periods. Topics include Agriculture in America, Overview of Beef Production, FFA and Ag in the Classroom, Touring the Ranch, the Art of Butchery – Basic Cookery and Safety, Sausage Making, Burger Challenge, the Art of BBQ, the True Beef Cooking Challenge, and more.   View “Classroom Curriculum” at:  http://www.agfoundation.org/files/AFBFA-True-Beef-Lesson-Plan-flow-res.pdf

 

Another resource is a video entitled “True Beef – Pasture to Plate”; a documentary created by Chef Mike Erickson and his enterprising culinary arts students from Pflugerville Independent School District (TX). Choose video at:

http://www.facebook.com/pg/georgiabeef/videos

 

Also available to you are the following links for classroom instruction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oD4eqZ68qwU

 

GBB sponsored “Cutting a Beef Carcass” at:    

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=beJnHydDypk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1gXAT4sov0 

 Lesson plans from “BASICS ABOUT BEEF” booklet at:   https://www.enasco.com/page/FCS/lessons/fcs_lesson32

 Finally, enclosed in your Awards envelope will be a DVD entitled “Beef: A Nutrient Powerhouse for School-Age Children.  I hope these resources will be useful to you in teaching your students.

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