BJH School Newsletter, Volume 8, Issue 19, December 16, 2022
L. D. BELL SHOW CHOIR PERFORMS FOR BJH
This week, students in Beginning Theatre classes performed their Greek Myth scenes. They wrote the scripts, made the masks, and designed the costumes!
Anime Club met on Tuesday and celebrated the end of the semester with fun games!
BJH STUDENTS PRESENT THE PLEDGE AT HEBISD BOARD MEETING
NOVEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Prosperity was a great leader in class. She has an awesome attitude coming into class every day. I appreciate all that she does for her class. I know she has a bright future. Thanks so much for making 3rd period PE a great class.
Jonathan is a leader in class. He makes connections between what we are learning now and what we have learned before. He is always ready with an answer when I call on him.
Aylin loves culture and makes inciteful comparisons between French culture and American or Turkish culture. She is a class leader and students turn to her when they need help. She is a joy to have in class!
Dade is a very special young person. He’s organized and dependable. He has passion, drive, and a deep optimism for what’s possible. I’ve seen firsthand how he uses that optimism to inspire others.
Lara has been a joy to have in class. She comes to class every day prepared and works really hard.
EMMANUEL PULIDO GAMEZ
Emmanuel is a role model in French class. He works hard in class and studies hard at home. He is always first to volunteer and he helps remind his classmates to pay attention and stop chatting during instruction.
YEARBOOK AND SCHOOL PICTURES
YEARBOOK ORDER INFORMATION
ATHLETICS THIS WEEK
8TH GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL
Our A team was unstoppable Thursday night. The girls put the pressure from the get-go with our press led by MuRae Horn, Kenslee Turner, and Jazz Williams. Brooklyn Williams was absolutely critical in stopping their best player along with Madeline Dean, Tia Iafeta, and Reagan Ingram with backup. A star was born last night! Our girl Talia Soliai-Tui dominated in the paint with her post moves giving her 8 points for the night. Mia Easter-Clark's rebounding and put-back skills gave her 8 points for the night as well. But it was our girl Kenslee Turner who was the leading scorer with 11 by attacking the basket, one three-pointer, and two made free throws off of a technical! Coach P is so proud of the girl's execution on offense and communication on defense! Great job Lady Broncos!
7TH GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL
7th grade A team took on Hurst Monday night winning 50-23. Leading the way on offense was London Morgan with 10 points, Sariyah crater and Reagan Bennett both with 9 points, Genesis Morales with 7 points, Kynlee Horn and Charlotte Martinez with 4 points, Emlyn Dibble with 3 points and Sydney Pietzsch and Jillian Smith with 2 points each. Everyone was locked in on defense holding Hurst to only 23 points. Super proud of the girls and all the hard work they have put in.
8TH GRADE BOYS BASKETBALL
The Broncos dominated the Red Raiders on their home court last night winning both games.
8th Grade B Team boys Basketball took on the Red Raiders at Hurst Junior High Thursday night and walked away with the victory. The Broncos communicated well and held the Red Raiders to only 10 points until the last minute of the 4th quarter . Top players of the night were Aiden Adams who had 10 points, Jake McAlister with 10 points, and Kody Scott 6 points. Also great defensive performances by Luke Pryor, Dom Williams, Channing Humphrey. Final score was 33-12 with the Broncos.
8th Grade A Team boys Basketball took on an aggressive and determined opponent but came out victorious with a final score of 44-36. Top offensive players were Andrew Mull with 23 points, and Jeremy Martinez with 8 points. There was also great defensive play by Braylin Harris, Tyler Cramer, and Paul Watkins. The Broncos fought hard and battled the entire game. Several players plan to spend their Christmas break on the freethrow line, great job fellas.
7TH GRADE BOYS BASKETBALL
8TH GRADE BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
7TH GRADE BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
BJH SCHOOL INFORMATION
TO ALL HEB ISD PARENTS AND FAMILIES
HEB ISD issues electronic devices to all students. If a device issued to a student is damaged or lost, the student's parent or guardian may be responsible for replacement or repair costs, in accordance with the HEB ISD Technology Student/Parent Device Agreement.
HEB ISD provides an opportunity for parents to purchase voluntary student device insurance through School Device Coverage. Participation in this insurance program is strictly voluntary. For more information, use the website link below or download the device insurance PDF below.
It is the responsibility of the parent or guardian to return the completed enrollment form and premium payment directly to the insurance company. Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD will not collect forms or payments for this coverage.
Should you have any questions regarding the voluntary student device insurance, please contact School Device Coverage at 1-888-978-3515.
HOW ARE WE DOING?
Has someone on the campus of Bedford JH provided you or your student a GREAT CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE? We want to hear about it and recognize them for helping make Bedford Best!
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Boys Atletics- https://sites.google.com/hebisd.edu/bjh-athletics
Girls Athletics- https://sites.google.com/hebisd.edu/bjhgirls-athletics