Home ParentInformation StudentResources BooneNewsletter Latest News & Info Latest News District Community Feedback Survey April 10, 2019 READ MORE Boone Middle School would like to invite you to partake in the district community feedback survey. This survey is designed to receive input from parents on parent and family... 2018-2019 BMS Testing Calendar April 2, 2019 READ MORE Boone Middle School has started their spring testing. Please click here or the link below to view the testing schedule. It is important every child is at school on... Athletic Information February 8, 2019 READ MORE If your student is interested in playing sports you will need an athletic form on file. You can get the athletic form here. The following dates are for second semester... School Volunteer Background Check Fees to Increase Nov. 1 September 24, 2018 READ MORE Starting July 1, 2019, the price for Polk County Public Schools volunteer background checks will increase from $25 to $40. To coincide with the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public... See More Latest News Upcoming Events Agenda Agenda Day Month Week May 2019 May 2019 Collapse All Expand All May 13 Mon Graduation Tickets May 13 – May 24 all-day Additional Information: School Calendarsr Read more May 27 Mon Memorial Day, All Staff Holiday Tickets May 27 all-day Read more May 31 Fri Teacher Work Day Tickets May 31 all-day Read more May 2019 May 2019 Subscribe Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Export to XML Upcoming Events May 13 Mon all-day Graduation Graduation May 13 – May 24 all-day Additional Information: School Calendarsr May 27 Mon all-day Memorial Day, All Staff Holiday Memorial Day, All Staff Holiday May 27 all-day May 31 Fri all-day Teacher Work Day Teacher Work Day May 31 all-day View Calendar Add Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Export to XML The mission of Boone Middle school is to educate every student with the knowledge and tools necessary to succeed in high school and beyond.