Jim C. Bailey Middle School Home


School Hours

Bell rings at 9:10 am for students to enter the building.  Homeroom begins at 9:15 am.  Students are considered tardy to school if they do not report to homeroom by 9:15 am.  They will need to check in at the front office and receive a tardy pass before they will be allowed into class.  The school day ends at 4:10 pm.  Students who will be afternoon car riders and those having to pick up their instruments will be released at 4:05 pm.  Walkers and Bus Riders will be released at 4:10 pm.

This website is currently under construction.  Please be patient as we diligently work to prepare it for the upcoming school year.

Our Vision

Jim C. Bailey Middle School envisions a safe and effective learning environment that promotes student achievement through effective cooperation and communication with families, teachers, and administrators.  Through academics, strength in athletics and creativity in the arts, students will learn to develop skills that will allow them to be contributing members of society.


The school library will be open for the first time this summer for students to check out books.  With more in-depth reading on next year's Florida Standards, having a summer reading program will be key in keeping students reading throughout the summer.


Open: 10:00 am - 12 noon & 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

        MONDAYS - June 9, 16, 23, & 30

            TUESDAYS - JUNE 10 & 17

            MONDAYS - JULY 7, 14, 21, & 28


Summer Reading Requirements

Bailey Middle School's Summer Reading:

Please click here to download the list of recommended books and the assignment to be completed.

Bailey Middle School

Bailey Middle School

Bailey Middle Receives Military Grant

Bailey Middle School was awarded $405,000 over a three-year period to support academic and support programs.
This year the funds have been used to provide after school math tutoring for students in grades 6 - 8 with bus transportation home.
Other areas funded from the grant are MicroSoft Office Suite industry certification and PhotoShop industry certification programs for seventh and eighth grade students.
Technology purchases have included iPads and computers and the latest microscopes for science classes.