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Welcome to Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Middle School, Home of the Mighty Mustangs! Where the Best and the Brightest Attend, Teach and Serve!

BMS is a Computational Thinking School!


Keep Calm & Check Your Child's Grades

Who is Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune? Click the picture & link below.

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Educational Equity

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Title IX

For Title IX concerns and/or complaints, please contact: 


Ms. Robin Windham (323)541-1802 or robin.windham@lausd.net


Mr. Jerry Coronado (323)541-1827 or jerry.coronado@lausd.net


Mr. Arquimedes Vargas (323) 541-1840 or axv3870@lausd.net


For district Title IX concerns, please clink on the attached link: 


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What's Happening at Bethune Middle School?


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Bicycle riding is fun, healthy, and a great way to be independent. But it is important to remember that a bicycle is not a toy; it’s a vehicle! Be cool – follow some basic safety tips when you ride.

Saturday Students - Click your Math Universal Assessment


7th Grade Math Pre-Assessment



8th Grade Math Pre-Assessment





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