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.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Top Puppy - October 26, 2015

This week's Top Puppies are Regan Schiappa and Josh Bauer who have led the boys and girls soccer teams with distinction this season. As the teams enter the play offs this week (games are at the stadium at 4:30 on Wednesday and Thursday) both Regan and Josh have been outstanding performers and leaders for their teams on and off the field.

Another major accomplishment for Egan and Josh is that they both recently committed to play D1 soccer at UCONN and UNH. It is quite rare for New Hampshire soccer players to play for D1 soccer teams and so, to have two players from the same school participating, is huge for our soccer programs. Congrats Josh and Regan.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Top Puppy - October 13, 2015

As a school, we have so many students who share compassion and respect for each other and the environment we work and live in. Once such student is Noah Fesl who is this week's winner for Top Puppy. Noah was nominated by Mr. Dempsey, who said of our winner:

'During the lunch break last week, Noah was appalled by the way that some student's had left trash in the courtyard. Instead of walking past this trash, as many would have done, Noah decided to show respect for his school and picked up every last piece. Thank you Noah for this wonderful gesture and the example you have set for the rest of the school.'

Congrats Noah!

Friday, October 9, 2015

Top Puppy - October 5, 2015

This week's Top Puppy has been nominated by Mr. Gupta who said of our winner:

'I would like to nominate Wes Tuba for Top Puppy this week. Wes witnessed an altercation between two students during lunch block. He immediately stepped in to stop the situation. He then kept the students apart until a teacher arrived, at which time he then went and reported the incident. Hats off to Wes for stepping in to stop a volatile situation before it escalated any further, and for not stand by and being a passive spectator.'