Bronco Bulletin

Bedford Junior High Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 33


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Preston Cribbs

Mrs. Still would like to thank Preston Cribbs for finding a student's ID and being responsible enough to get it to the office. The ID was delivered to the appropriate student. You are part of what makes Bedford Best!

Anders Cox

Mrs. Romero would like to thank Anders Cox for helping a teacher whose hands were full! Anders helped the teacher enter the building. He went out of his way to be helpful! Thanks for being a great Bronco!

Sasha Caldwell

Stood up for a student when they were saying mean things to another student, she corrected the student that was being mean.

-Mr. Ratliff

Ryan Ford

Ryan has improved on class participation, his effort has been noticed and improved his grade. Great job Ryan.

-Mrs. Gregornik


Victoria Payne for A lunch

Aaron Dam for B lunch

Nixon Leui for C lunch

Cinco de Mayo Fun!


Yearbooks will be distributed to the 9th grade on May 20 after the 9th grade awards. Yearbooks for 7th and 8th grade will be distributed on May 23. If your student has not purchased a yearbook a very small number of books are available to purchase for $60 and can only be purchased on campus with cash or check.

6Stones Run for Hope

6 Stones Run for Hope is right around the corner on Saturday, May 14 at Pennington Field starting at 8am.

In addition to $1K+ scholarships for FIVE Buinger Academy graduating seniors, WE HAVE $4,000 WORTH OF SCHOLARSHIPS FOR YOUR SCHOOL!!!

  • $1000 Elementary School w/ most participants*
  • $1000 Junior High w/ most participants*
  • $1000 High School w/ most participants*
  • $500 Team Spirit (JHS/HS)
    Best costumes, unique idea, fun from a Junior High or High School team or club (Judged by run committee)
  • $500 Team Participation (JHS/HS)*
    Team or club with the most participants from a Junior High or High School


  • Elementary Students receive a fantastic, reflective wrist snap bracelet when they register and can participate in 'filling the course' at their school by adding their name to a star placed on an poster of the Race Course.
  • Secondary Students who choose not to run can earn volunteer hours and earn a $10 per student donation to the Buinger Academy Angel Fund benefiting students from both Bell and Trinity.

*Participants must be registered by Wednesday, May 11 at midnight to be counted.

*Participation counted based on runners who designate their campus upon registration.

*Participation is not limited to students - anyone who designates a campus is counted for that campus regardless of age or role in the campus. (IE: parents, staff, students, teachers, grandparents, etc)



If your student is a currently in 7th and 8th grade they are eligible to attend Camp Connect, a free 4 day camp at the Buinger Academy. This is a great opportunity to check out all the amazing programs offered to our students in high school. Some of the programs include: Architectural Design, Law & Public Safety, STEM, Health Science, IT, Human Services, and many, many more! Applications can be submitted online through the Buinger Academy website or your student can pick up a paper application in the counseling office. The deadline for submitting an applications for Camp Connect has been extended to May 23. The dates of the camp are June 6-9 from 9am -noon. Transportation is provided from the junior high campus.

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June 13-16 (Mon-Thurs)


Grades 1 - 6 @ 8 am - 10 am

Grades 7 - 9 @ 10 am - Noon


$35 (campers will receive a tshirt & photo with LDB cheer squad)


E. Don Brown Activity Center

1601 Brown Trail

Hurst, Texas 76054


Register on-site on the first day of camp or

mail completed registration form and payment to:

L.D. Bell Cheerleading Boosters

L.D. Bell High School

Attention: Hanna Jo Measley

1601 Brown Trail

Hurst, Texas 76054


Hanna Jo Measley

817-282-2551 or


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



The 8 grade “A” team soccer defeated Euless last night showing great organization and team work on the way to a 5-0 win.

The attack was led by two goals each from Carolyn Haggeman and Katy Marcy, with the fifth goal scored by Rhett Normand. Other major contributors to the attack were Katie Spetter, Elizabeth Moon, Hannah Thompson. The defensive effort was led by Eliot May, Caitlin Sullivan, Josie Lara, Tamaiyah Epps, Tessa Glick and Brie Barnes.

Player of the Match award goes to goalkeeper Johanna Flores.

Last night the Girl’s B Soccer team played their best game yet, winning 2-0.

The rock solid defense was led by Gracie Loyd and Veronica Narmah. Goals were scored by Skylar Vandergriff and Janice Kankalongo , assisted by Crislyn Firth. Well done girls!


05-06-2016 - Mixed Varsity Choir Performance @ Meyerson, Dallas 11:00 am

05-06-2016 - 7th Grade Soccer Tournament (rescheduled 4-22) HEB Central Fields 4:00p

05-06-2016 - BJH Gymnastics Tryouts @ BJH Gym 4:30-6:00p

05-06-2016 - BHS Bell System Auditions @ BHS Choir Room 4:00p

05-07-2016 - HEB Band Solo Contest @ BJH Campuswide, all day

05-07-2016 - 7th Grade Soccer Tournament (rescheduled 4-23) @ HEB Central Fields, tba

05-07-2016 - BHS Bell System Auditions @ BHS Choir Room

05-12-2016 - 9th Grade Band Auditions @ BHS 4:00 pm

05-12-2016 - 7th Grade Soccer Team 1 and 2 4:30/5:45 Central Field

05-12-2016 - 7th Grade Soccer Team 3 and 4 4:30/5:45 Central Field #3

05-12-2016 - BJH Choir Spring Show @ BJH Auditorium 7:00 pm

05-14-2016 - 6 Stones Run for Hope @ Pennington Field 8:00 am