A platform to showcase the great work that both our students and staff do in our community we call Bedford High School. All nominations are made by the staff.

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Top Puppy - Tues. Nov 13. 2018

This week's Top Puppies have been nominated by Ms. Gilcreast:

"I'd like to nominate the student council Class of 2019 and the CAS project of Siddhartha Lavu, Jack Moore, and Mark Adler. They worked all day at the Bedford Handmade Fair they were helpful, professional and polite to everyone. I received many emails complimenting the students and how appreciative they were for their willingness to help. Thank you for helping to make the Bedford Handmade Fair a success!"

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Valerie C. - Top Puppy Mon. Nov 5, 2018

This week's Top Puppy has been nominated by Ms. Baez:

"I'd like to nominate Valerie Cadugan for Top Puppy this week. She hosted a French Exchange student and went above and beyond to make sure her new friend was included in our classes and experiences within our Bulldog culture. Valerie translated everything in class and truly included her new friend into her social groups. What is more, at one time, I was walking towards the office, I noticed Valerie showing off some of our student artwork. Her new friend posed with some of the artwork and Valerie snapped a few pictures to document her friend's American experience. Valerie is definitely a Top Puppy!"

Monday, October 29, 2018

Spencer A. - Top Puppy Mon. Oct 29, 2018

This week's Top Puppy has been nominated by Ms. Lipari:

"Spencer Almeida exhibited true Bulldog spirit. While walking down the hall and reaching for my phone, I carelessly dropped money from my pocket. Spencer collected the money and chased me down to return the cash. He even wished me a good day. Thank you Spencer."

Monday, October 22, 2018

Eesa H. - Top Puppy Mon Oct 22, 2018

This week's Top Puppy winner has been nominated by Madam Noble:

"I'd like to nominate Eesa Hafeez for Top Puppy this week. Last spring, Eesa was inspired by a student presentation during World Language Week about a program called Global Leadership Adventures. Within weeks, Eesa had researched and applied for a spot to go to Tanzania. He had a great experience, shared it with all of the World Language teachers, plans on sharing it during World Language Week this year AND we just found out that he was nominated as Ambassador for the program for his "compassion, personal growth, optimism, innovation, integrity, respect, and cooperation." 

What a wonderful ambassador we have in Eesa for BHS!