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, April 18, 2017

Top Puppy - April 17, 2017

This week's Top Puppy has been nominated by Mr Baird:

"I would like to nominate Emily and Megan Spencer for Top Puppies for their unbelievable bravery. During our Genetics unit in biology the girls approached me about doing a project so that they could talk about a rare family medical occurrence. They both worked hard to put an informational slideshow together and presented to my class with many personal details. I was shocked at the way these young women handled themselves and openly shared their lives to their peers. This is the bravest thing I have witnessed in 5 years of teaching."

Congratulations Emily and Megan!

Monday, April 10, 2017

Top Puppy - April 10, 2017


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

"I would like to nominate Jeff Ashburner for Top Puppy. Jeff has a thoughtful and positive outlook and has reached out in small (yet big) ways to help. For example after a LOOONG day of taking SAT's on Wednesday Jeff stayed back to help pick up some chairs that were left in a mess and even offered to stay and help more!! I was impressed with his thoughtfulness and willingness to stay even after 4 hours of testing... Thanks for being such a great Bulldog Jeff!"

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Top Puppy - April 3, 2017

This week's winners have been nominated by Ms. Lucontoni:

"I would like to nominate Ryan Lee and Max Chartier for Top Puppies. Both of these boys have been observed, on multiple occasions, spending quality time with another student. Two athletic, kind young men who genuinely care about the lives of other bulldogs. What makes this "puppy worthy" is that it is clear that they do not share classes or common peers, yet they still find it important to allow this young lady to be part of the whole school culture. These boys are giving another student an opportunity to talk about what is happening in her life, which is quite different than their own and they appear to genuinely care. They are not aware that they are being observed and yet they continue to take time to converse. It is what you do when no one is looking that truly defines one's character. These boys exemplify this."