School Supply Lists for the 2022-2023 School Year are Now Available!

School supply lists are posted to this Google Folder and organized by grade level.

If your family needs help with accessing a school bag or supplies for your students, please contact Shauncey Malin and we will do what we can to help.






Summer Reading: The summer months provide an opportune time to read, enjoy stories and learn new information from books. When parents and children read together, they are building language and new knowledge. They also create wonderful memories and experiences, which stay with children for many years. Our staff have put together summer reading lists designed to foster enjoyment of reading, to expose students to a variety of genres, and to encourage independent reading. It is intended to help students maintain reading proficiencies acquired during the school year.

Kindergarten through Grade Five:

All students in Kindergarten through Grade Five have reading lists posted. Click here to visit the google folder which houses reading lists for Kindergarten through Grade Five. Suggested titles for summer reading are organized by grade level.


Grades 6-8: For the last few years, BFCCPS middle school students have participated in Summer Book Clubs.

This year’s selections are posted here, students will receive access to a Google Form on Monday June 13th and are asked to select a book by Wednesday June 15th.

Math Enrichment:
Kids and adults alike enjoy playing games that are fun and motivating. Games give students opportunities to explore fundamental number concepts, such as the counting sequence, one-to-one correspondence, and computation strategies. Engaging mathematical games can also encourage students to explore number combinations, place value, patterns, and other important mathematical concepts. Further, they afford opportunities for students to deepen their mathematical understanding and reasoning. Providing repeated opportunities for students to play games, allows mathematical ideas to emerge as students notice new patterns, relationships, and strategies.
This summer, try playing some of the games below with your child for a chance to build some valuable math skills and some family fun. Game on!
Card/Dice Games:
Math War
Two-Fisted Pennies
Acing Math Card Games
Coordinate Grid Battleship
Online Games:
Turtle Pond
Product Game
Board Games:
Tiny Polka Dot
Prime Climb