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    Rules for athletic events

    Sporting events can and should be opportunities for fun and fellowship in a family-friendly environment. We have a responsibility to do everything we can to ensure that these events are safe for everyone attending. That is why we are setting forth some guidelines.

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    Updated COVID-19 Guidance

    Montgomery Public Schools (MPS) has updated its guidelines for COVID-19 triggers and responses. Click the headline above for a link to the document.

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  • BrewTech Virtual Learning Procedures

    -All students have been issued their Clever Account Information.

    -Students should check Schoology/Google Classroom for assignments, and updates.

    -Students should use their NEW MPS gmail account to communicate with teachers if they have any questions or concerns about posted lessons and assignments.

    -Faculty Email Addresses are listed under “For Parents” on our website.

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    2023 Alabama  Boys State Application Is Now Available!

    Boys' State Informational Brochure

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    BrewTech Students –

     

    The PTSA is offering an ACT prep session series on Saturdays beginning in January.  You must register to take advantage of the opportunities in the PTSA’s RAM Spirit Store online. Flyers are available in the front office.

     

    A Practice ACT test is scheduled for Saturday, January 28 that will be given by the Huntington Learning Center.  A follow-up meeting on February 7 is scheduled to give every student an 11-page report on their practice test results.  The deadline to register for the practice ACT is TUESDAY, JANUARY 24 at midnight.

     

    Two JAM SESSIONS covering Math, English and Science will be held Saturday, February 11 and Saturday, February 25.

     

    Registration is $25 for the practice ACT and $5 for each of the Jam Sessions.  Sign up for one Saturday or sign up for all of them!  

     

    Breakfast, snacks and a pizza lunch will be provided to all participants.  This is a GREAT opportunity to improve your ACT score!

     

    Links to the registration are on the BrewTech website and the PTSA Facebook page!

     

    Fasfa Workshop

     

    Proposed Student Dress Code 2022-2023

    Bottoms Male

    Khaki Pants, Black slacks and khaki shorts.
    *No sagging/baggy and no chains or jewelry may be attached
    *No denim or corduroy

    * No leggings and jeggings

    *No warm-up suits

    Bottoms - Female

    Khaki Pants, Shorts, Skirts, Skorts, Black slacks.

    * Skirts that are plaid (#76) 

    *Length should not be above the knee

    *No tight pants of any kind.

    * No denim or corduroy

    * No leggings and jeggings

    * No warm-up suits

    *No black skirts or shorts

    Shirts

    Brew Tech emblem only, then there cannot be any other insignia.

    Collared Polo type shirt in short or long sleeve correctly fitted (solid white, gray, light blue, or black). Must be worn under hoodies or other outer wear.

    Oxford Style button down correctly fitted (solid white or light blue)

    Outerwear

    Brew Tech emblem only, then there cannot be any other insignia.

    Brew Tech hoodies or sweatshirts (Monday-Thursday- gray, black, light blue, or white; Friday- any colored Brew Tech hoodie) -NO other type sweatshirts or hoodies.

    Belts

    Black or brown leather belt. Belts are to be worn inside belt loops
    *No large, rhinestone, or initial/name buckles

    Shoes

    Any closed toe shoe with heel no higher than two inches

    • Crocs / clogs will not be allowed.

    Sweaters

    Brew Tech emblem only, then there cannot be any other insignia.

    Pullover Crew Sweater, Sweater vest, or Button front cardigan (solid white, solid black, solid light blue, or solid gray) with uniform-collared shirt worn underneath.

    Accessories/jewelry

    Worn in modesty (no large hoop earrings)
    No bangles or long necklaces
    No elaborate and/or distracting makeup

    Hair styles

    Neatly groomed
    No unusual hairstyles or colors that are distracting or obtrusive

    Piercings

    No facial piercings except for religious customs.





    Additional Uniform Procedure Information

     

    • Uniforms must be clean and neat and correctly fitted and not expose midriff. 
    • No hats, caps, blankets or sunglasses will be worn in the building. Hoods will not be worn in the building at any time.
    • No bedroom slippers, flip flop, stilettos, slides, boots with chains, steel toe or other metal reinforcement, thigh high boots or athletic slides will be allowed. Crocs / clogs will not be allowed.
    • Headgear that is specifically religious or medical will be allowed. All other head coverings will not be allowed.
    • All clothing should be generic (ex. Tommy, Guess, Polo, etc. not permitted).  Uniforms are to be worn every day, except for designated spirt days.   
    • Athletes are required to check with coaches concerning athletic dress code tops on game days. Uniform bottoms must always be worn.
    • Cheerleading uniforms may only be worn during pep rallies and on select days with prior permission from the Principal.
    • Students will not wear clothing representing other high schools, middle schools, or elementary.
    • Refer to *MPS Code of Student Behavior for clarification. 

     

    All shorts and dresses must not be shorter than 2 inches above the knees.

     

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