Bedford Schools Seek Per Diem Substitute Teachers

Submitted by the Bedford Public Schools

The Bedford Public Schools are always looking for help to cover classrooms. There are several openings for building substitutes and per diem substitutes.

If interested, please check the Bedford Public Schools website at:, or email a letter of interest, 3 written professional references, resume and copy of college transcripts to:

Moving On: JGMS Graduates Become the BHS Class of 2021

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen Celebrating their transition to high school, the John Glenn Middle School honored its graduating eighth-grade class with a “Moving On” ceremony on June 21, 2017. The ceremony was followed by a dinner and dance, sponsored by the JGMS...

Skittleworms and their Trophy Return from Destination Imagination Globals

By Linda White

After recently spending time with the Skittleworms, the Destination Imagination (DI) team which placed third at the Global competition in Knoxville, TN, it was difficult to use only one word to describe them. Talented, animated, creative, high energy and smart are a few of the descriptors that readily came to mind after meeting the six members of the Skittleworms team. However, you should also know how funny, generous, respectful, considerate, and mature they are for their age.

JGMS Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

Submitted by the John Glenn Middle School

The John Glenn Middle School has released its Honor Roll for the final quarter of the 2016-2017 school year.

Bedford’s Bucs: The 2017 DCL Small Softball Champions

By: Ruby Kennedy

Bedford High School softball was undefeated against DCL small schools, winning the DCL small championship title for the first time since 1990 with a 13-5 season record. Under the coaching of Denis Walsh and Megan Asp, it was a memorable season filled with stunning victories and devastating losses. Key wins included defeating bigger schools (Boston-Latin, Newton South, and North Andover) and beating long-time rivals, Lincoln-Sudbury, twice!

Bedford High School’s Group Documentary Team Brings Home a National History Day Medal

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Congratulations to the four members of Bedford High School’s National History Day team — Lexia Ciccone, Cordelia Houck, Natalie Knight, and Georgia Michelman — and their history teacher, James Sunderland. In a ceremony live-streamed on the Internet, Bedford’s team and their senior group documentary, ‘Zora Neale Hurston: Taking a Stand for a Holistic Portrayal of Black Women & Black Culture in Literature,’ earned the third-place medal on Thursday morning at the University of Maryland.

The 2017 National History Day theme was ‘Taking a Stand in History,’ and Bedford’s team competed in a field of 100 entries from around the world. The field was narrowed to 10 finalists after each project was presented to a panel of judges.

Pin It on Pinterest