Submitted by the Bedford High School AFJROTC Team
MA-791, Bedford High School’s AFJROTC drill team, competed against North Quincy HS, Woonsocket Ct HS, South High School and Peabody Veterans Memorial High School in Peabody on Friday, February 15.
By Jeff JHO Hoyland and Paul Marcus
When you start the season with three straight losses, you know it will be an uphill battle to make it to the state playoffs.
Bedford Buccaneers Boys Ice Hockey team needs to win its last three games to make the playoffs. Making their 4-3 loss to Lowell on Valentine’s Day such a heart breaker.
Submitted by the Bedford High School
Bedford High School released its Honors Lists for the second term of the 2018-2019 school year
Submitted by Bedford Education Foundation
On the evening of Saturday, February 2nd, the biggest party of the year for Bedford’s schools once again roared onto the scene at the Hilton Garden Inn in Burlington. The Bedford Education Foundation’s (BEF) annual fundraising extravaganza – the BEF Bash – transformed a typical hotel ballroom into a “Roaring 20s Casino Night”, bringing close to 200 residents and business community members back in time to enjoy a wonderfully festive evening, all to benefit the BEF’s mission to fund creative and innovative initiatives at all four Bedford schools.
Submitted by the John Glenn Middle School
The John Glenn Middle School has released its Honor Roll for the second quarter of the 2018-2019 school year.
Submitted by Bedford High School Performing Arts
Bedford High School Performing Arts proudly presents the beloved musical ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ this March!
The classic story of Tevye, the poor dairyman, his family, and tight-knit community will be told by a dedicated cast of 52 students, a crew of 32 students, and 7 student musicians playing in the pit.
By Jeff JHO Hoyland
“Mr. Hoyland, I decided to take up your Girl Scout Cookie Challenge, and I shaved 11 seconds off my Personal Best. Thanks for the cookies
– Maddy Broyard
Bedford Winter Track is a very young team. Only three Seniors on the boys’ team and none on the girls’ team. So, how do you motivate a team that has zero chance of winning the DCL Championships???
Compiled by The Bedford Citizen
Superintendent Jon Sills has scheduled a one-hour early release for Tuesday, February 12, in anticipation of tomorrow’s snow. Earlier on Monday, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency forwarded a National Weather Service (NWS) Winter Storm Watch for most of the state, forecasting a snow and sleet event that will bring “significant impacts to the Tuesday evening commute,”
Precipitation is expected to begin in Bedford between 2 and 3 pm, with snow possibly falling at 1 inch per hour.. Total accumulation is predicted to be from 4 to 6 inches, with initial snow transitioning to a wintry mix, mostly sleet with some freezing rain.
Submitted by Patrons of Music Students
The first concert of 2019 is coming up quickly at the Bedford Public Schools! The BPS Performing Arts Departments will be presenting a “Vocal Vertical Concert” showcasing the combined talents of student musicians from Lane School, John Glenn Middle School, and Bedford High School. The concert will take place at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 13, in the BHS auditorium.