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CTE Expo February 2nd at ISDThe Monroe County ISD is hosting the 2017 Monroe County Career and Technical Education (CTE) Expo to promote our high school Career and Technical Education programs to all 8-11th grade students around the county. The goal of this event is for students and parents to learn of the various programs available in Monroe County for all students. Come find out what we have and how you can be part of CTE in Monroe County!
Monroe ISD, Professional Development Building,
River Raisin Rooms
1101 S. Raisinville Rd., Monroe, MI, 48161
High School CTE teachers from Monroe county will display and answer questions to various programs such as:
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
Architecture & Construction-
Arts, A/V Technology & Communications
Business, Management & Administration
Family & Consumer Sciences
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics.
This will also be a great opportunity to learn about the brand new MCTC (Monroe County Technical and Career) Early College!
For questions, please contact Jennifer LaDuke 734-322-2720.
Proud to be a Big Part of Bedford Township!
Three fires in the last four months have destroyed 3 buildings on the grounds of the Bedford High School campus near the Community Stadium. Each building was a storage area for equipment used by various athletic programs including football, baseball, and our track and field programs. Arson is suspected.
Alumni Association Rallying Support After Fires
While the district does have insurance, depreciation on equipment accumulated and used over a number of years means we would not receive the full replacement value of the destroyed items. We have lost over $25,000 worth of equipment with the damage from the most recent fire still being assessed.
The Bedford Alumni Association is seeking to rally support for the hard working young men and women who bring pride to our athletic programs and who rely on the equipment to train and practice in a meaningful and competitive fashion.
Dustin Cress, President of the Bedford Alumni Association, has stated that the group would like to raise enough money not only to assist in replacing the damaged equipment, but also help the school in installing new security cameras and equipment to prevent such crimes from taking place in the future.
Anyone interested in helping can donate securely through PayPal at www.bedfordalumni.com/donate. Or a check can be mailed to the Bedford Alumni Association at 1623 West Sterns Road, Temperance, MI 48144. The Bedford High School Alumni Association is an approved 501(c)3 charity, meaning donations are tax deductible, and 100% of your contributions will go directly to the Athletic Department.
Anyone with information related to the fires is encouraged to contact the Monroe County Sheriff's Department. They can be reached at (734) 240-7700.
We appreciate the support of our friends, family, and community when times get tough. It helps keep us KICKING! Go Mules!
Spring 2016 Assessment Results Released
In the second year of the M-STEP online assessments at Bedford, we have exceeded the state averages in 15 of the 16 categories...we were just shy of the state average in 5th grade math.
Last Spring, the juniors took the SAT for the first time. (Previously, the juniors took the ACT test.) Our juniors averaged 1010.4 while the rest of the state was at 1001.
As with any summative standardized test, this is one snapshot of how our students perform. We use data generated by these tests, in conjunction with other student assessment data gathered throughout the year, to look for ways to improve. Bedford's Balanced Assessment Team and school improvement efforts continuously focus on ways to improve the education for each of our students.
We are now using the online payment service, MySchoolBucks®, to accept payments for Chromebook insurance, the optional purchase of messenger bags for use with the Chromebooks, and payments for Student Parking Passes at the high school. There are no additional fees to use this service.
Now Accepting Online Payments
Some of the MySchoolBucks advantages:
• Convenience - Available 24/7 on the web or mobile app
• Efficiency - Make payments for all your students, even if they attend different schools within the district. Eliminates the need for your students to take money to school.
• Flexibility - Make payments using credit/debit cards and electronic checks.
Enrollment is easy!
1. Go to www.MySchoolBucks.com and register for a free account.
2. Add your students using their school name and student ID.
3. Make a payment to your students' accounts with your credit/ debit card or electronic check.
If you have any questions, contact MySchoolBucks directly:
• Visit myschoolbucks.com and click on Help. How-to videos are also available here to help walk you through the process.
ONLINE PAYMENTS FOR ATHLETICS
FinalForms will be used to complete all of the required online
athletic forms and as the online payment system for all levels of
Bedford Public Schools athletics at https://bedford-mi.finalforms.com/
A step-by-step Parent Playbook on how to use FinalForms is available to download.
FAQs about Free & Reduced Price School Meal
FREE & REDUCED LUNCHES AVAILABLE FOR 2016-17
Information on How to Apply for Free and Reduced Price School Meals
2016-2017 Application for Free & Reduced Price School Meals
January 26 .................Board of Education Committee of the Whole Meeting, 6:30 pm,
Recreation services coordinator...CLICK here
To apply for any of the positions listed above, please follow the instructions included within the job posting link.
BPS AccreditationBPS has three Elementary Schools,one Junior High School, and one High School. Our enrollment is about 4,600 students.
All of our schools have been accredited by AdvancED and must meet stringent standards to remain accredited. Our AdvancED accreditation is valid until June 30, 2020.
|Bedford Public Schools has two Michigan Blue Ribbon Exemplary Schools and has earned the Coalition for Community Schools National Award of Excellence!|
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Our Mission: Educating for Life!
Our Vision for Student Success:
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