Max Bruner Jr.
We prepare all students to achieve excellence by providing the highest quality education while empowering each individual to positively impact their families, communities, and the world.
- May 23 - Locker Clean out during Math Class
- May 23 - End of Course Exam - Electives and Social Studies
- May 23 - Around the World in 60 Minutes 8th grade web showcase @ 5:00 in Spartan Hall
- May 24 - Yearbook Distribution in room 502
- May 24 - 8th Grade Day - Ceremony in Gym at 10:00
- May 25 - Last day of school for students
- May 31 - Last day for teachers
Parents pick up your childs medication from the Nurse's office by May 25 or it will be discarded.
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FEATURING BRUNER'S TEACHER OF THE YEAR
Congratulations - CTE students at Awards Night
Congratulations to Ms. Cook, Mr. Griffin, and Mr Torry's Students
Baseball team championship runner-up.
Cross Country Conditioning
email Coach Sanderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, Wednesday, & Fridays
Click on the image to read the flyer
Spartan School Store (Triple S)
Monday - Friday
7:35 - 8:00
|Forgot your school supplies... Visit the Spartan School Store... we have all of your school supplies and more... Spirt wear, Sports wear... Visit Triple S and show your school pride.|
Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Ms. Saxer, Bruner's Teacher of the Year
Teacher of the Month, Ms. Cook
DON'T COME TO SCHOOL FEELING ILL!
• Fever greater than 99.9°F -- it doesn't matter if it comes down using fever-reducing medicines such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen. Controlling the fever does not control the infection!
• Vomiting more than once
Colds and influenza are the most contagious during the first 48 hours and we ask that you please keep your student AT HOME if they are not feeling well. Thank you for helping keep our students healthy and in school!
The Okaloosa County School District wants to share important resources regarding
the Coronavirus and information regarding keeping children healthy.Below you will find links for OCSD Quarantine Update and hand washing tip.
Don't be left out ; order a yearbook today. The cost is $40.00 . It couldn't be any easier to order! You can get a yearbook order from in the attendance office or from Mrs. Cook in Room 502. Mail your check today. Please make checks and money orders payable to : Bruner Middle School. Sorry we do NOT take credit cards at school. Orders can be mailed to Mrs. Robinson Cook, c/o Bruner Middle, 322 Holmes Blvd., Ft. Walton Bch, FL 32548 or dropped off in main office..
The easiest way to order your yearbook is online by clicking the "Buy Your Yearbook" banner above. Enter search by order number "10521" and click continue, confirm "Max Bruner Jr. Middle School".
How do I register my child for school ?
To register your child for school the link is located here.
When can we pay for larger lockers?
We will soon begin advertising about the locker upgrade drive through to be held on August 21st from 12:30-3 pm. The cost is $20 for the year. There are 40 lockers available for 6th, 40 available for 7th and 80 available for 8th. This will be a first come first served event but we will make it easy as a drive through so you do not have to get out of your car!
Where and when do I apply for free and reduce lunch for my child/children?
You may apply for reduce and free lunch by clicking this link for instructionsor
this link to complete the application and completing the application online.
When will I know my child/childrens bus schedule?
Bus schedules are located here.
Chronicles in COVID-19 Newsletter
Crónicas en COVID-19 Boletin informativo
You will find important information in the editions on how to talk to and prepare your children for the upcoming return to school.
Conditioning and Try-Out Information
Cross Country - Physical due July 24, 2020, drop off in front office. Summer Conditioning: -August 3– August 14 Monday, Wednesday, & Fridays from 8:00 - 9:30am at Bruner Middle School on the bus ramp. August 17-28 from 2:30 -4pm, Monday – Thursday (tentative to school reopening). Be on time,
Be ready to run & jog. Click the link for the informational flyer
Okaloosa County Schools ESE Parent Advisory Group is seeking new members! Would you like to get involved? Complete this form if you would like to be on the core membership team. Core members commit to participating in each of the quarterly meetings and will serve as liasons to parents and educators in our district. All parents are welcome to attend the Parent Advisory Group meetings. Check out our website for more information being added soon for upcoming meeting dates.
Apply for School Meal Benefits the Easy Way
MySchoolApps is the fast and secure way to apply for free and reduced meals online.
FortifylFL is a suspicious activity reporting tool that allows students to instantly relay information to appropriate law enforcement agencies and school officials.
Check back for updated information.
The 2020 - 2021 supply list is NOT available. You will find the supply 6th grade, 7th grade & 8th grade link here when it is available or on the right to view the list..
School food services will not extend middle or high school students borrowing privileges. If, however, a student comes to the cafeteria for lunch and forgets to bring their lunch money, the cafeteria manager can provide the student with a temporary loan until the following day. Temporary loans to students should not be for more than one day. Cashier personnel will send student with tray to cafeteria manager to fill out meal loan form.
Money may not be borrowed to purchase special sales, a la carte or extra items during meal service time.
The CTE program is an innovative, award-winning program that allows secondary students to earn high school credits, college credits, scholarships, and professional industry certifications, all at the same time and at no cost to the student. Okaloosa County School District Career and Technical education offers programs in many different areas of study. There programs are open to all students in the district. You can read the Notice of Nondiscrimination here.
It functions as a critical link in transitioning secondary students into successful high-skill, high-wage careers in the workforce and/or postsecondary opportunities. The CHOICE team's focus is career-readiness because the workforce-ready student is in high demand. (Click the CTE icon above to explore the programs we offer and to learn more about the current job market and wages.)