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, May 31, 2016

Top Puppy: May 31, 2016

This week's Top Puppies have been put forward by Ms. Brooks who said of our winners:

"I would like to nominate Jon Morin, Nicola DiTomaso, Lubomir Rzepka and Grant Mangan as Top Puppies this week. They wrote, starred in, directed and edited a short film and independently entered this film into the New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival . Their film entitled 'Answer' was among sixty film entries submitted to the competition. The final judging event was held this past Saturday and they were awarded first prize in the competition. Congrats to all four students for all their hard work."

Top Puppy - May 23, 2016

This week's Top Puppies is a cool one as it has been nominated one of our students, Johnny Kiernan. This is what Johnny had to say of our winners:

"I'd like to nominate Luke Ramsey and Luke Pavao for Dogs of the Week. In an effort to investigate social behaviors, Annie Sasso conducted an experiment for her senior project that observed the Bystander Effect. Annie chose a student actor to trip and fall in an effort to see how students and faculty would react. Although many of the students ignored or disregarded this student, there were two students that went out of their ways to help the actor up and make sure he was okay. Luke and Luke have shown through their actions the way in which Bulldogs should treat each other."

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Top Puppy: May 16, 2016

This week's Top Puppy goes to a Bulldog unsung hero, Michael Coble. Most mornings, the students and faculty are greeted with Michael's beaming smile and a heartfelt 'good morning' as he holds the door open for everyone at the high school front entrance. Thank you, Michael, for this simple act of kindness that is appreciated by so many.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Top Puppy - May 10, 2016

During Intersession, our Bulldog family literally left indelible paw prints around the world showing the true pedigree of the students and faculty that we have at Bedford High School. This insight from the teachers of A Nation Divided perfectly encapsulates the positive impression our puppies made everywhere:

"The teachers of the A Nation Divided intersession would like to nominate all of our students for Top Puppy. The students have developed a great relationship with our trip's bus driver, Keith. They high-five him every time they get off the bus and cheer his name every time he gets us through a tight spot.Tonight at the Washington, D.C. Nationals game each of the students was provided with an $8 food voucher with their tickets. Completely unbeknownst to us, the students collectively pooled their remaining vouchers at the end of the game and bought Keith, our bus driver, a Washington Nationals hat. This was such a spontaneous act of kindness that resonated with Keith and us as teachers. What a terrific example of what great kids we have!"


Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Top Puppy - May 2, 2016

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

I would like to nominate two students who were on stage in front of 18,000 of their peers at the DECA International Career Development Conference last week. Jack Readman earned medals for his test and his role play and also earned a blue ribbon medallion as an International finalist in the Principles of Hospitality and Tourism event and Maansi Desai earned a medal for achieving one of the highest scores on the test component of the Principles of Business Management category. We are so proud of this hard earned accomplishment!