Monday, June 11, 2018
As a Bulldog, with a career batting average of 490, Grant has started every game in his four year career, which is unique in Bedford sporting history. Despite all these individual accolades, Grant has remained very humble and has put the baseball team and their quest for a state championship before everything else. Grant Lavigne epitomizes what it means to be a team player and is a true class act for not allowing his own individual success effect the team.
Good luck to Grant and the baseball team in their championship game against Exeter at 4pm at Fisher Cats Stadium
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
"I'd like to nominate Julianna Poirier and Clara Richards for Top Puppy. They worked hard all year teaching and training the Lurgio extension of our DECA chapter. At the Middle School State Conference the team from Lurgio took first place in their event. I think Julianna and Clara deserve credit for how well prepared the Lurgio students were for competition."
Congratulations Julianna and Clara!
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
This week's winners have been nominated by Ms. Devito:
"I would like to nominate Gunner Grant and Jason Merk for Top Puppy. A few week's ago during Advisory, we were playing basketball with Mrs. Miller's class. Towards the end, someone got hurt. Without thinking, and with real composure, Gunner took it upon himself to go get the nurse. At the same time, Jason stayed with the injured party and was really helpful with his reassurance and kind words in looking after the player. I thought both young men from Mrs. Miller's Advisory showed great sense of Bulldog community, and I commend them for that."
Monday, May 21, 2018
"I want to nominate junior, Kiersten Pidgeon, for Top Puppy. Up until yesterday, I had never met Kiersten, but she shined her true Bulldog colors last evening. After a long, exhausting day and evening, I realized I needed to grab a few things at the supermarket. After I had finished my shopping and returned to my car, I realized I had thrown my cell phone into the Hannaford trash. Yes, the gross public trash can. Left with no choice, I started digging. While sifting through in the dark, this very kind girl exiting the store and seeing my distress come over and started digging with me. She then helped search my car with her cell phone light and called my phone in hopes that it would ring. I honestly could not believe this young high school student was helping me go through trash to find my phone. Shortly after I found the phone, I asked Kiersten's name and learned that she was indeed a BHS Student. It was incredibly reassuring that the compassionate, kind students we see in our classrooms are equally as compassionate and kind in the community, when no one is looking."