2023-2024 BMMS PTA Executive Board

Facebook Page

  • The BMMS PTA has their own Facebook page to help parents with timely reminders and important information.

    Click and LIKE US to get all the updates:  BMMS PTA Facebook Page


PTA Meeting Minutes


  • Unit/Council Code # 18/389

    U/C Name Blue Mountain Middle School PTA

    Federal EIN 54-2083924

    National PTA Code # 00235157

Join the Blue Mountain Middle School PTA

  • Thank you to all the parents and staff who have already joined!  PTA membership shows school spirit, support of the programs we provide and a rewarding way to get involved directly in your student's school experience. 

    Membership fees are:
    $5 - Student membership
    $10 - Standard Adult membership
    $10 - Additional adult membership
    $10 - Single Teacher/Staff membership
    $20 - Family membership (two adults and one student)

    Membership is now online at the MemberHub website (Now called "Givebacks").  

    Contact BMMS PTA with any questions.  Thank you for your support!


Meeting Schedule:

  • We will provide a Google Meet link each month for anyone who would like to join remotely. 

    The meeting link will be shared via MemberHub/Givebacks before the meeting.


Upcoming 2023-2024 PTA Events

Click Below for Parent Resources

  • New to BMMS?  The following resources will help: 

    Locks and lockers, bus notes, late bus, sports bus, afterschool activities, school nurse, academic class descriptions, unified arts, homework policies, the year at a glance, modified sports, and there's even a map for morning student drop off!

    BMMS Calendar
    Updated monthly by the BMMS main office.

    BMMS Daily Announcements
    These announcements are read over the loudspeakers at the end of each day. 

    Incoming 6th Graders Website

    BMMS Guidance Counselors Office Website

    Cortlandt Community Coalition
    A group of parents, substance abuse counselors, local and county government officials, representatives from state and county police, faith-based organizations, educational groups, civic organizations, PTAs, and medical organizations who are focused on reducing underage drinking and drug use by working with community businesses and residents to change adult attitudes and behavior toward this problem.