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.

Monday, November 20, 2017

Top Puppy - Monday November 20, 2017

This week's Top Puppy is Brianna Coco. Brianna capped an amazing soccer season, where she led the girls soccer team to a state final with a string of outstanding performances, by being crowned New Hampshire's All American female soccer player. This award is recognition by New Hampshire coaches who elected Bri as the best player in the state through all four divisions. Through her impressive soccer ability, her outstanding character to lead on and off the field, and just for making her team mates laugh each and every day, Brianna Coco is a true All American! Congratulations Bri!

Monday, November 13, 2017

Top Puppy - Monday, November 13, 2017

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

"I would like to nominate Evan Redmond for Top Puppy. He is in ASL I and stepped outside his comfort zone to attend a Deaf social event in the area. Not only did he show up and interact with people, he remained respectful throughout the entire event by only using ASL and not ever using his voice to ask any of the other hearing people there a question (not even when one of the college students who attended used their voice to try to talk to people)."

Congratulations Evan!

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Top Puppy - October 30, 2017

This week's Top Puppy winner has been nominated by Mrs. Mattson:

"Mrs. Bennett and I would like to nominate Jeremy Lee for Top Puppy! As the theatrical technical guru, Jeremy helps with so many school events and many are in the evenings and on the weekends. He is always flexible and very responsible and professional. We are lucky to have Jeremy at BHS!"

Top Puppy - November 6, 2017

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

"I'd like to nominate Ben Westbrook for Top Puppy. Ben is a freshman who bleeds Bulldog spirit. He entered high school and immediately began to take advantage of all high school has to offer. Most observably, he has been the freshman football manager all fall. Recently, he stepped up and took on the role of JV and Varsity Manager as well. He is seen on the sidelines of three football games a week watching the game, assisting players on and off the field. He meets his kickers on the field to trade out their kick off and PAT/field-goal blocks, he makes it a point to hand players water or Powerade as they are coming off the field after aggressive play and he is seen giving high fives to players throughout the game. The seniors and juniors have recognized his strong work ethic on the sidelines and he has become a popular and valuable member of the football team. In addition, he maintains a strong academic work ethic, supports other sports programs, and walks the halls with a contagious smile."