Tennis is a UIL sport which requires active participation and students to pass all classes to compete. We compete with all MISD middle schools. We learn the fundamentals of tennis daily in a positive environment and the expectation is for the student-athlete to show growth in their tennis abilities continuously throughout the year. The main goal is to prepare the student for high school competition.
Volleyball had an amazing season. Our 7th grade A team finished 3rd, 7th grade B team finished 2nd, and both 8th grade teams finished 1st in District. Our 8th grade A team went 22-0 in their Middle School career making them the first team in district history ever to do so. As a result of such a successful season, we are able to add 3 more banners to our wall!
Ms. Baker and Ms. Crawford
The Art program at Berry consists of a general introduction to design, drawing, sculpture, painting, art history, print making, and art forms. The students will also learn how to use a variety of media to create their works of art. The course also includes an orientation in the use of a variety of media and the basic skills essential in the use of each material.
Cassandra Tacket - email@example.com
Todd Payne - firstname.lastname@example.org
These instruments are played in band. Students participate in UIL competition.
- Woodwind: Flutes, Oboes, Clarinets, Alto, Tenor, and occasionally Baritone saxophones, Bassoons.
- Brass: Tubas, Trombones, Trumpets, French Horns, Occasionally Baritones, or Euphoniums.
Welcome to the 2019-2020 Berry Orchestra School Year
I am proud to introduce myself as the Head Director of the Berry Middle School Orchestra.
Parents are crucially important to the success of each student individually and the Orchestra as a whole. You can help your student succeed by doing the following:
1. Concerts - Make sure your student is there! Concerts are REQUIRED. We also need to you there for support!
2. Grades - We support grades in all classes. Students ineligible from grades may miss out on amazing opportunities
3. Effort - We all struggle with new challenges, please support your student throughout the entire year. We can do this together!
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Feel free to call/email me with any questions, comments, or concerns.
Mr. Velez, Director 2017-2019 - email@example.com
- Battle of the Books
- Makerspace Mondays
- Science Club
- Spanish Club
- Technology Club
- Student Council
Ms. Baker and Ms. Crawford
Anime club is available for all students. We learn how to draw anime from step-by-step instructions, videos, and manga. We also learn about Japanese culture and how anime has developed throughout the years. We meet in the art room 41 every other Thursday from 3:45 - 4:45.
Meeting dates 2020
January 09 and 23
February 13 and 27
March 19 - Only meeting once due to spring break
April 09 and 23