Community members may be interested in reading the full report of the Community Youth Risk Behavior Survey. The survey is conducted bi-annually among students at Bedford High School and across the state and country. The survey helps the district monitor trends in students' risky behaviors. As a district, we use these results to shape our intervention strategies to help students make healthier decisions.
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Friday, June 17, 2016
McKelvie Intermediate School is preparing for the roof replacement project that will take place this summer. The first step in this process is to vacuum the roof, which can be a very loud process. We want to notify the community that this is currently scheduled for Tuesday 6/21/16 and Wednesday 6/22/16. We appreciate your patience and apologize for any disruption that the noise may cause.
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Shown above Bedford School District staff celebrate the “New Hampshire Excellence in Education Award” presented to Bedford School District Technology Director Terry Bullard on Saturday June 11, 2016. (Front row) Craig Sheil, Bedford High School Tech Integration Teacher. (Middle row) Cindy Chagnon, Vice Chair of Bedford School Board, Donna Dennis, Lurgio Middle School Tech Integration Teacher, Terry Bullard, Technology Director for Bedford School District, Nicole Cassamassino, Peter Woodbury Tech Integration Teacher, Deb Rodd, Riddle Brook School Tech Integration Teacher. (Back row) Beth Wood, Bedford School District IT Support Specialist, Sharon Goodwin, Bedford School District IT Coordinator, Dan Blais, Susan McMillan, McKelvie Intermediate School Tech Integration Teacher, Peter Olsen, Memorial School Integration Teacher, and Chip McGee, Superintendent of Schools for Bedford School District.
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
The Bedford District is asking parents of students currently in grades 6 thru 8 to select an option for your student to participate in the District’s Chromebook 1-to-1 Program. We believe this program is a tremendous opportunity for our students and teachers to improve teaching and learning.
Our Chromebook 1-to-1 Website has detailed information for parents regarding the program and we encourage parents to review the 1-to-1 Program and Parent Resources sections.
Parents are asked to purchase a Chromebook device for their student choosing one of the following options:
- Purchase a Chromebook on your own,
- Purchase a Chromebook directly from the district (with optional accidental breakage/theft insurance) with a one-time payment,
- Lease to Own a Chromebook directly from the district with an annual payment for 3 years (accidental breakage/theft insurance included).
Please click on this link to select the option for your student to participate in this exciting program. We are asking that parents submit their selection for their child by June 3rd so that we can secure the best pricing and plan for purchasing and deployment.