Bronco Bulletin

Bedford Junior High Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 29

APRIL STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Superintendent's Scholars Named

Congratulations to the following BJH students who have earned a place in the Superintendent's Scholars Program. These students received this prestigious award by earning a high score on the PSAT test. Only 131 out of 1698 ninth graders in HEB ISD have qualified for this honor and BJH has 30 of them! Congratulations once again, we are very proud of you.

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Attention 9th Grade Girls

L.D. Bell Color Guard Tryouts

Tryouts for the L.D. Bell Color Guard will take place on Monday and Tuesday, April 11 & 12. No experience is necessary. Please wear athletic or dance clothing. For more information, visit www.ldbellband.org

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IMPORTANT SPRING PICTURE INFORMATION

If you have already ordered your portraits, thank you!


If you are still waiting for your spring portraits they will be arriving soon.

When you get your spring portraits, please select your favorites and order online!

  1. Go to mylifetouch.com
  2. Log in with your Portrait ID and Access Code, located on your portrait package insert.
  3. Select which sheets you want to purchase and pay online.
  4. Please return any portraits you do not wish to purchase to your school.

Sewing Supplies for Principles of Human Services

All students in 9th grade Principles of Human Services will need to bring $10 for sewing supplies. The due date for sewing money is April 15. If you have already sent your money in, thank you very much! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Keneda at susannahkeneda@hebisd.edu

NJHS Tab Time

NJHS is counting on you to keep collecting those tabs! We will be collecting until April. NJHS collects these tabs for the Ronald McDonald House who recycles the tabs and uses the money to buy supplies for the house. It is a wonderful community service project because the house provides free lodging for families while children are receiving long term (and often very serious) medical treatment. Please keep collecting and look for the announcement in the bulletin that we are ready to gather up the tabs.

YEARBOOKS FOR SALE!

Online sales for the yearbook are closed. Preorders through BJH using the form below will continue until May 2. Cost of the yearbook until the delivery date will be $50. After delivery all books will be $60 cash or a check made payable to Bedford Junior High.


To purchase from BJH:

Click on the link below, download the form (second sale flyer), return completed form and payment to BJH with your student to room C109.

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positive referrals

Pacy Kolar

Coach Bird says that Pacy found a wallet with money in it then found the owner and returned the wallet and money. Great Job Pacy! Thanks for being an honest and helpful person.

ATTICUS BLOODWORTH

Mrs. McNulty says that Atticus found $40 and turned it in, worried that a student wouldn't have lunch money. Very honest deed that made me extremely proud of him! Awesome!

CAFETERIA HELPERS OF THE WEEK

Olivia Runne for A lunch

Korbin Baldwin for B lunch

Anthony Egleston for C lunch

CLUB MEETINGS THIS WEEK

There are so many opportunities to get involved at BJH. We encourage all students to check out the organizations below and join in on the fun.


Project 7 – Monday @ 3:20 in C109

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) - Tuesday @ 7:35 in the library

Chess Club - Tuesday @ 3:15 in H101

Step Team - Tuesday @ 3:15 in E101

BJH Acapella Club - Tuesday @ 3:15 to 4:30 in the choir room

Student Council - Wednesday @ 7:35 in G110

Drama Club - Wednesday @ 3:30 in the Cafeteria

Spanish Club - Thursday @ 7:30 a.m. in G109

Mythology Guild - Thursday @ 3:15 in G112

Art Club - Thursday @ 3:15 in H106

ATHLETIC RESULTS

BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

The 8th grade boys placed 4th last night at the Big-12 District Track Meet. There were a number of outstanding performances. Brandon Frizzell place 2nd in the 800m, Ethan Piske placed 4th in the 110m Hurdles, Bobby Young Placed 4th in the Discus, Isreal Alcorta placed 3rd in the 100m and 200m, Nathan Meyer and Collin Ruby tied for 2nd place in the Pole Vault, The 4x400m Relay team placed 4th, Nathan Hurbough placed 1st in the 300m Hurdles, and Christian Gadison placed 3rd in the Long and Triple Jump, and set a new school record of 38’1” in the Triple Jump.

GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

Congratulations to the following students who medaled in the district track meet this week: 8th grade Kennedy Jourbert placed 1st in the High Jump clearing 5 foot and 3rd in the 100m Dash; Dania Sawan finished 2nd place in the 800m Run; Sofia Brown finished 2nd in the 1600m Run; Claire McDonald finished 3rd in the 400m Dash and 3rd in the 4x400 Relay; Carsyn Walker, Elisabeth Moon, and Rhett Normand finished 3rd in the 4x400 Relay; Piper Boswell finished 3rd in the Pole Vault; and Morgan Lilly finished 3rd in the Shot Put. In 7th grade Yazmine placed 2nd in the Long Jump.

UPCOMING EVENTS

04-09-2016 - Choir S/E Contest @ HJH, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm

04-11-2016 - 6th Grade Parent Orientation Night @ Gym 6:30 pm

04-12-2016 - 6th Grade Band Instrument Testing @ Band Hall 5 pm to 8 pm

04-14-2016 - 8th Grade Soccer vs CJH @ BJH #1/4:30 pm and #2/5:45 pm

04-14-2016 - 7th Grade Band Rehearsal @ Band Hall 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm

04-15-2016 - Band @ Dallas Windband Contest @ Meyerson Center - all day

04-15-2016 - Student Council Talent Show Cafeterial 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

04-15-2016 - End of the 5th Six Weeks