All Bret Harte Middle School students are inspired and prepared to succeed in a global society.
Bret Harte Middle School’s mission is to eliminate the opportunity gap and provide every student with the finest 21st century education.
Held in Staff Dining Room. Check calendar for dates
8th Grade Spanish
Seventh Grade Improv Show
8th grade leadership
Ms. Vanlaarhoven - Principal
Front of School
Class colors 2
Talent show - guitar club
8th grade drama
Bronco Branding for Sixth Graders
8th Grade Foods
The Next Generation Science Standards are now available. Twenty-six states and their broad-based teams worked together with a 40-member writing team and partners throughout the country to develop the standards. Find more information see Next Generation Science Standards, NGSS - Parents Guide, Mr. Berwald’s homepage
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For school related news and updates pertinent to Bret Harte students and student projects and accomplishments, please visit Student’s Corner.
Sports participants, please complete all forms required prior to tryout and practice. See information at Parent’s Corner for details.
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