Thursday, October 29, 2015

Be Strong • Play On • Conquer Leukemia

The Bedford Jr. High School PTSA, staff and students are getting in the game to support our 6th grader, Camryn! 

Be Strong • Play On • Conquer Leukemia

CLICK HERE and enter the CONQUER IT WITH CAMRYN gear store!

All proceeds raised through the store's sales will go to Camryn's family, thank you for your support!


Monday, October 26, 2015


Halloween is around the corner.  Please remember that it is a staff work day on Friday 10/29, so no school for students.
We will be having our Halloween Party at 7:00 Thursday night here at the JHS for BJHS students only.  I know Mr. Lopinski has some ghoulish plans.
We also started our annual pumpkin judging contest in the cafe.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Teacher ATLAS Training

This week our teachers have been having a lot of training.  We have had training regarding entering and sharing curriculum with teachers through our ATLAS online site.  Our English teachers have also been having training regarding the new books we have.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Health Class Presentations

I always like seeing the different projects and work of the students.  I was in Ms. Kaufman's Health Class and the students were working on presentations regarding the social and health problems caused by different drugs.  Here are some presentations from some students.

Monday, October 12, 2015

Be True To Your School

We appreciate our parents!  It is always nice to have parents helping and volunteering at school.  Several parents have been helping with landscaping outside.

Our PTSA meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of the month are an excellent opportunity to share ideas and ask questions.  All are welcome and the meeting begins at 7:00 in our downstairs teacher's lounge.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Quiz Bowl Time

Quiz Bowl Tournaments started today during lunch times.  Our students will be playing 4 matches as a team, then we will be taking the top 8 teams per grade in an elimination tournament.  We will also be keeping track of the students that answer the most questions.  Those students will be asked to be on our grade level team that will compete at the Monroe County ISD against other schools in the county.  Thank you to PTSA volunteers Mrs. Ostermyer and Mrs. Reitz for all of the help.