The basketball season wraps up on Wednesday as the boy's basketball team travels to Bridgeport for their final game of the season!  

For students who are interested in Track and Field, there will be a meeting on Tuesday, during AC in the gym.  Be sure to attend if you’re interested in joining Track and Field.

Spring sports are starting soon and if you are interested in joining Track & Field for the season, there is a 3 week, optional, conditioning program starting in March.  All athletes must have a physical on file in the office to participate.

  • When: March 4th - 20th, from 2:30-4:00, Monday - Wednesday.
  • Where: Middle School gym
  • What to Bring: Proper training gear, clothing for outdoors just in case, and a large water bottle with your name on it.

If you would like more information about conditioning, the regular season, or what Track & Field is all about,  please contact the head coaching staff.

  • Coach Chris (Boys Head Coach):
  • Coach Jenna (Girls Head Coach):

Girls interested in middle school softball should plan to attend tryouts on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, February 27th from 7 – 8:30  
  • Tuesday, March 5th from 7 – 8:30 

All tryouts will take place at the Dickey Dome located behind the baseball fields at the high school.  All girls in 6th, 7th and 8th grade are welcome to tryout. Girls should bring whatever equipment they have (helmets, bats, gloves, fielding mask, etc.) Anyone with questions or concerns can contact Mark Herron at 989-715-3987.

Please note softball is a club sport and not overseen by Bullock Creek Middle School.

Are you interested in doing something fun and worthwhile this summer?  Volunteering at the Chippewa Nature Center Camps might just be the thing for you.  Please see Mrs. Fermoyle if interested. 

Each teen volunteer is paired with a staff member to help campers have a fantastic day.  This year we are continuing to offer three different teen volunteer positions, our traditional Counselor-In-Training (CITs), Activity Crew Member, and a leadership position for those who want the next level of experience, our Crew Leader.  All teen volunteers help their supervising counselor prepare for camp in the morning, engage campers in the activities, assist with crafts, read stories, play games, supervise lunchtime activities, and help clean up in the afternoon. This summer, we ask each Teen Volunteer to spend two weeks with us at camp. In return for their volunteer time, Teen Volunteers received a t-shirt, coaching on leadership and working with kids from their counselor, experience in a work-like (but fun) environment, and over 60 volunteer hours.