Friday, December 8, 2017

Friday, December 8, 2017

STUDENT OF THE WEEK
Ms DePorre chose Chase B. as our student of the week. Chase is a wonderfully caring and polite young man who always brings a positive attitude to class.  His creativity and motivated personality are incredible assets to the classroom.  He is a terrific friend, a hard worker, and is an absolute joy to have in class!

CANCELLED TODAY
The cheerleading competition tumbling class scheduled for today after school at the high school has been cancelled.  

ROBOTICS
Good-Luck to the Turning Gears at their Robotics Tournament this weekend!

HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE   HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 15, 2017
Sponsored by Student Council
Started November 21 - December 15th.
                            GREAT ITEMS TO DONATE
                            CANNED TUNA, CHICKEN OR SALMON
                            CANNED BEEF STEW, CHILI OR SOUP
                            PEANUT BUTTER OR JELLY
                            RICE AND BEANS
                            PASTA SAUCE
                            BOXED MACARONI AND CHEESE
                            CANNED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
                            PAPER PRODUCTS

BOYS BASKETBALL
7TH RED
Bedford red 7th grade lost to Pinckney Red 17-13.
8TH RED
Bedford 8th grade red lost to Pinckney Red 23-14.

BOOK FAIR
The Book Fair starts next week  Dec. 4th-8th, during lunch and homeroom from 10:30-12:30.

WRESTLING
Any 6th, 7th or 8th grade boys interested in wrestling this year, practice will begin Monday, December 11.  If there are any question please contact Mr.Andrews for more information. matt.andrews@mybedford.us

PENNY HOCKEY BOARDS
Do you need to buy an inexpensive Christmas gift for someone?  Why not buy them a penny hockey board for only $2.00.  These sturdy games were made by our very own 8th grade technology education students.  They will be sold at the concession stand during all lunch hours starting Monday, December 4th.  Buy one for a friend or for yourself!  Get them while they last.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Open gym for girls basketball this Sunday December 10 from 11:00-12:30 in the Junior High gym. 6th, 7th and 8th grade girls can attend.

QUIZ BOWL
6TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:  MRS VOGEL
7TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:  MR. ALLISON
8TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:  MRS. SMITH 1

12/8 FINALS FOR 8TH GRADE
4A SMITH 1 VS HENNESSEY

ALL MULES MATTER
All mules matter meets every Monday during your homeroom time in the media center with Mrs. Mihalec. 

BUS NOTES
Bus notes need to be brought  to the office in the morning to be stamped before school starts.  Absolutely no notes will be stamped after the afternoon announcements.  If the note is not stamped you will have to ride your normal bus home.

EXIT PASSES
Exit passes can be given if a written note from home is turned into the office.  All notes are to be brought to the office before school starts so your exit pass can be written.  Then you are to report to the door monitor at the time indicated on your pass. Once your ride arrives you can exit the build to go to your appointment.  You CAN NOT exit the building without a pass.  Make sure to turn your note into the main office before the morning bell so they can issue you a exit pass.

DRESS CODE
Students, while the temps stay warm, be sure to dress for the weather and for our dress code here at the school. While we certainly need to stay cool, we also need to keep our shorts and shirts within the ranges set forth in the dress code. 

BACKPACKS
Just another reminder. . . Don't carry your backpacks to class. You must keep your backpacks in your locker. 

EARLY DROP OFFS
If you are dropped off at school before 7 a.m, you need to stay in the cafeteria with Mrs. Gibson. She will release you to your lockers at 7.  

8th HOUR
8th Hour is held in the media center.  It runs from 2:35 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Meet in the front lobby by the door monitor and you will be walked to the media center   Forms can be picked up in the office.


NO CELL PHONES DURING SCHOOL HOURS
Students: Cell phones are not allowed during school hours. Your phone should be in your locker and turned off at 7:25 a.m. They cannot be used until 2:30 p.m. Cell phones are NOT permitted during lunches. 

HEALTH ROOM RULES
Students who need to go to the health room must get a pass from the teacher they are coming from AND they should also check in with their next hour teacher to let them know where they are.

CLUBS

MONDAY

TUESDAY
KNIT AND CROCHET CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 29
BRONCO CHARITY CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 220

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY
ART CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 134
BULLETIN BOARD CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 230 (Listen to announcements for meeting days)
PRIDE CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 25
BIBLE STUDY CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 23
WRITING CLUB 2:45-3:45 ROOM 49

FRIDAY
JUGGLING CLUB 2:30-3:30 meet in the Cafeteria

BJHS CALENDAR LINK

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Thursday, December 7, 2017

STUDENT OF THE WEEK
Ms DePorre chose Chase B. as our student of the week. Chase is a wonderfully caring and polite young man who always brings a positive attitude to class.  His creativity and motivated personality are incredible assets to the classroom.  He is a terrific friend, a hard worker, and is an absolute joy to have in class!

ROBOTICS
Good-Luck to the Turning Gears at their Robotics Tournament this weekend!

HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE   HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 15, 2017
Sponsored by Student Council
Started November 21 - December 15th.
                            GREAT ITEMS TO DONATE
                            CANNED TUNA, CHICKEN OR SALMON
                            CANNED BEEF STEW, CHILI OR SOUP
                            PEANUT BUTTER OR JELLY
                            RICE AND BEANS
                            PASTA SAUCE
                            BOXED MACARONI AND CHEESE
                            CANNED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
                            PAPER PRODUCTS

BOYS BASKETBALL
7TH WHITE
The boys 7th grade white team got stung at Saline yesterday 16 - 11 as the Broncos ran out of time in their comeback.  Andrew H had 7 points; Jimmy F scored 4 and had 3 assists;  Trystin H and Griffin W each had 3 points; and Simon E had 2 points. The white teams will next play at Monroe Monday with the 7th grade beginning at 4:15.

7TH RED
Bedford red 7th grade lost to Saline Gold 22-17.  Evan Campbell finished with a team high 14 points.  Tommy H dropped in 6.  Dylan H hit his first 3 pointer of the season.  

8TH WHITE
Bedford white defeated rival Saline 19 to 12.   Great team patience and scrappy defense by all.  The Broncos were led in scoring by Hayden F and Micah S.  Also contributing points were Ethan B, Daniel S, Dillon D and Chase H.  Cameron S and Chace C added to a great overall floor game.   Great win !

8TH RED
Bedford 8th grade red lost to Saline Gold 28-9. 

SWIMMING
The Bedford Junior High Swim/Dive team took to the pool last night and came home with a Big victory. They beat Ypsilanti Community Schools by over 100 points and won every race, sometimes finished 1,2,3 in races.  At the first meet of the season, we had a number of State Qualifications already! Ethan T, Ava B, Lindy S, and Kaylee S all qualified in individual races. Two team relays also qualified. This was a great start of a season for all the new and experienced swimmers and divers on the team.  The next meet is at Chelsea next Wednesday!

BOOK FAIR
The Book Fair starts next week  Dec. 4th-8th, during lunch and homeroom from 10:30-12:30.

WRESTLING
Any 6th, 7th or 8th grade boys interested in wrestling this year, practice will begin Monday, December 11.  If there are any question please contact Mr.Andrews for more information. matt.andrews@mybedford.us

NEW CLUB 
Do you ever find yourself daydreaming in class? Would you like to be in a place where daydreaming is not only accepted but encouraged? Then come to Writing Club, every Thursday starting today from 2:45-3:45 in Miss DePorre’s room! It’s time to take that imagination and use it where it counts! Please be sure to have a ride home, and we'll see you there!

PENNY HOCKEY BOARDS
Do you need to buy an inexpensive Christmas gift for someone?  Why not buy them a penny hockey board for only $2.00.  These sturdy games were made by our very own 8th grade technology education students.  They will be sold at the concession stand during all lunch hours starting Monday, December 4th.  Buy one for a friend or for yourself!  Get them while they last.

LACROSSE
7th and 8th grade boys lacrosse will be having a meeting from 6 to 8 on Thursday December 7th in the Jr. High gym.  If you plan on playing this winter you need to be at this meeting or contact Coach Ullery beforehand.  Fees and deadlines will be discussed.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Open gym for girls basketball this Sunday December 10 from 11:00-12:30 in the Junior High gym. 6th, 7th and 8th grade girls can attend.

QUIZ BOWL
6TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:  MRS VOGEL
7TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:  MR. ALLISON
8TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:

 WINNING TEAMS ARE HIGHLIGHTED

8TH GRADE SEMI-FINALS
12/7
4ASmith 1vsSmith 2
4BDavis 1vsHennessey

12/8 FINALS FOR 8TH GRADE
4A SMITH 1 VS HENNESSEY

ALL MULES MATTER
All mules matter meets every Monday during your homeroom time in the media center with Mrs. Mihalec. 

BUS NOTES
Bus notes need to be brought  to the office in the morning to be stamped before school starts.  Absolutely no notes will be stamped after the afternoon announcements.  If the note is not stamped you will have to ride your normal bus home.

EXIT PASSES
Exit passes can be given if a written note from home is turned into the office.  All notes are to be brought to the office before school starts so your exit pass can be written.  Then you are to report to the door monitor at the time indicated on your pass. Once your ride arrives you can exit the build to go to your appointment.  You CAN NOT exit the building without a pass.  Make sure to turn your note into the main office before the morning bell so they can issue you a exit pass.

DRESS CODE
Students, while the temps stay warm, be sure to dress for the weather and for our dress code here at the school. While we certainly need to stay cool, we also need to keep our shorts and shirts within the ranges set forth in the dress code. 

BACKPACKS
Just another reminder. . . Don't carry your backpacks to class. You must keep your backpacks in your locker. 

EARLY DROP OFFS
If you are dropped off at school before 7 a.m, you need to stay in the cafeteria with Mrs. Gibson. She will release you to your lockers at 7.  

8th HOUR
8th Hour is held in the media center.  It runs from 2:35 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Meet in the front lobby by the door monitor and you will be walked to the media center   Forms can be picked up in the office.


NO CELL PHONES DURING SCHOOL HOURS
Students: Cell phones are not allowed during school hours. Your phone should be in your locker and turned off at 7:25 a.m. They cannot be used until 2:30 p.m. Cell phones are NOT permitted during lunches. 

HEALTH ROOM RULES
Students who need to go to the health room must get a pass from the teacher they are coming from AND they should also check in with their next hour teacher to let them know where they are.

CLUBS

MONDAY

TUESDAY
KNIT AND CROCHET CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 29
BRONCO CHARITY CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 220

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY
ART CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 134
BULLETIN BOARD CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 230 (Listen to announcements for meeting days)
PRIDE CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 25
BIBLE STUDY CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 23
WRITING CLUB 2:45-3:45 ROOM 49

FRIDAY
JUGGLING CLUB 2:30-3:30 meet in the Cafeteria

BJHS CALENDAR LINK

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

STUDENT OF THE WEEK
Ms DePorre chose Chase B. as our student of the week. Chase is a wonderfully caring and polite young man who always brings a positive attitude to class.  His creativity and motivated personality are incredible assets to the classroom.  He is a terrific friend, a hard worker, and is an absolute joy to have in class!

HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE   HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 15, 2017
Sponsored by Student Council
Started November 21 - December 15th.
                            GREAT ITEMS TO DONATE
                            CANNED TUNA, CHICKEN OR SALMON
                            CANNED BEEF STEW, CHILI OR SOUP
                            PEANUT BUTTER OR JELLY
                            RICE AND BEANS
                            PASTA SAUCE
                            BOXED MACARONI AND CHEESE
                            CANNED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
                            PAPER PRODUCTS

BOOK FAIR
The Book Fair starts next week  Dec. 4th-8th, during lunch and homeroom from 10:30-12:30. There will be a family night on Wednesday, Dec. 6th, 4:00-7:00 PM.

WRESTLING
Any 6th, 7th or 8th grade boys interested in wrestling this year, practice will begin Monday, December 11.  If there are any question please contact Mr.Andrews for more information. matt.andrews@mybedford.us

NEW CLUB 
Do you ever find yourself daydreaming in class? Would you like to be in a place where daydreaming is not only accepted but encouraged? Then come to Writing Club, every Thursday starting tomorrow from 2:45-3:45 in Miss DePorre’s room! It’s time to take that imagination and use it where it counts! Please be sure to have a ride home, and we'll see you there!

PENNY HOCKEY BOARDS
Do you need to buy an inexpensive Christmas gift for someone?  Why not buy them a penny hockey board for only $2.00.  These sturdy games were made by our very own 8th grade technology education students.  They will be sold at the concession stand during all lunch hours starting Monday, December 4th.  Buy one for a friend or for yourself!  Get them while they last.

LACROSSE
7th and 8th grade boys lacrosse will be having a meeting from 6 to 8 on Thursday December 7th in the Jr. High gym.  If you plan on playing this winter you need to be at this meeting or contact Coach Ullery beforehand.  Fees and deadlines will be discussed.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Open gym for girls basketball this Sunday December 10 from 11:00-12:30 in the Junior High gym. 6th, 7th and 8th grade girls can attend.

QUIZ BOWL
6TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:  MRS VOGEL
7TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:  MR. ALLISON
8TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:

 WINNING TEAMS ARE HIGHLIGHTED

8TH GRADE PLAYOFFS TOP 8 TEAMS
12/5
4ASmith 2vsMay 2
4BDavis 1vsHixon 1

12/6
4ASmith 1vsVergiels
4BHennesseyvsHemry 


ALL MULES MATTER
All mules matter meets every Monday during your homeroom time in the media center with Mrs. Mihalec. 

BUS NOTES
Bus notes need to be brought  to the office in the morning to be stamped before school starts.  Absolutely no notes will be stamped after the afternoon announcements.  If the note is not stamped you will have to ride your normal bus home.

EXIT PASSES
Exit passes can be given if a written note from home is turned into the office.  All notes are to be brought to the office before school starts so your exit pass can be written.  Then you are to report to the door monitor at the time indicated on your pass. Once your ride arrives you can exit the build to go to your appointment.  You CAN NOT exit the building without a pass.  Make sure to turn your note into the main office before the morning bell so they can issue you a exit pass.

DRESS CODE
Students, while the temps stay warm, be sure to dress for the weather and for our dress code here at the school. While we certainly need to stay cool, we also need to keep our shorts and shirts within the ranges set forth in the dress code. 

BACKPACKS
Just another reminder. . . Don't carry your backpacks to class. You must keep your backpacks in your locker. 

EARLY DROP OFFS
If you are dropped off at school before 7 a.m, you need to stay in the cafeteria with Mrs. Gibson. She will release you to your lockers at 7.  

8th HOUR
8th Hour is held in the media center.  It runs from 2:35 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Meet in the front lobby by the door monitor and you will be walked to the media center   Forms can be picked up in the office.


NO CELL PHONES DURING SCHOOL HOURS
Students: Cell phones are not allowed during school hours. Your phone should be in your locker and turned off at 7:25 a.m. They cannot be used until 2:30 p.m. Cell phones are NOT permitted during lunches. 

HEALTH ROOM RULES
Students who need to go to the health room must get a pass from the teacher they are coming from AND they should also check in with their next hour teacher to let them know where they are.

CLUBS

MONDAY

TUESDAY
KNIT AND CROCHET CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 29
BRONCO CHARITY CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 220

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY
ART CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 134
BULLETIN BOARD CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 230 (Listen to announcements for meeting days)
PRIDE CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 25
BIBLE STUDY CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 23
WRITING CLUB 2:45-3:45 ROOM 49

FRIDAY
JUGGLING CLUB 2:30-3:30 meet in the Cafeteria

BJHS CALENDAR LINK

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

STUDENT OF THE WEEK
Ms DePorre chose Chase B. as our student of the week. Chase is a wonderfully caring and polite young man who always brings a positive attitude to class.  His creativity and motivated personality are incredible assets to the classroom.  He is a terrific friend, a hard worker, and is an absolute joy to have in class!

HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE   HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 15, 2017
Sponsored by Student Council
Started November 21 - December 15th.
                            GREAT ITEMS TO DONATE
                            CANNED TUNA, CHICKEN OR SALMON
                            CANNED BEEF STEW, CHILI OR SOUP
                            PEANUT BUTTER OR JELLY
                            RICE AND BEANS
                            PASTA SAUCE
                            BOXED MACARONI AND CHEESE
                            CANNED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
                            PAPER PRODUCTS

BOYS BASKETBALL
7TH WHITE
The 7th grade boys white team sank the Dreadnaughts from Dexter last night 16 - 10.  Andrew H led a balanced scoring attack with 7 points; Nate D had 6 points off the bench; Trystin H and Cayden K both made key 3 pointers and finished with 5 points; Caleb K added 4 points; Griffin W had 3 points; and Simon E and Trey B both scored 2 points. The white teams will next travel to Saline tomorrow.

7TH RED
Bedford red 7th grade lost to Dexter Gold 26-23.  Brayden V and Jack N scored the first points of their careers with 5 and 4 points respectively.  Evan C led the team with 12 points.  

8TH WHITE
Bedford white was stingy on defense only allowing 10 points to Dexter in a 20 to 10 win.  Ethan B,   Daniel S, Sam T, Collin D, Lawson E and Chade H led the way on offense.   Micah S, and Chace C had great floor games and were tenacious on defense.  Great Job Broncos!

8TH RED
Bedford 8th grade red defeated the Dreadnaughts of Dexter Gold 18-17.  Connor B drained a free throw with .3 seconds left to seal the victory.  Brendan H and Braden G led the scoring.  

BOOK FAIR
The Book Fair starts next week  Dec. 4th-8th, during lunch and homeroom from 10:30-12:30. There will be a family night on Wednesday, Dec. 6th, 4:00-7:00 PM.

WRESTLING
Any 6th, 7th or 8th grade boys interested in wrestling this year, practice will begin Monday, December 11.  If there are any question please contact Mr.Andrews for more information. matt.andrews@mybedford.us

NEW CLUB 
Do you ever find yourself daydreaming in class? Would you like to be in a place where daydreaming is not only accepted but encouraged? Then come to Writing Club, every Thursday starting NEXT Thursday, December 7th from 2:45-3:45 in Miss DePorre’s room! It’s time to take that imagination and use it where it counts! Please be sure to have a ride home, and we'll see you there!

PENNY HOCKEY BOARDS
Do you need to buy an inexpensive Christmas gift for someone?  Why not buy them a penny hockey board for only $2.00.  These sturdy games were made by our very own 8th grade technology education students.  They will be sold at the concession stand during all lunch hours starting Monday, December 4th.  Buy one for a friend or for yourself!  Get them while they last.

LACROSSE
7th and 8th grade boys lacrosse will be having a meeting from 6 to 8 on Thursday December 7th in the Jr. High gym.  If you plan on playing this winter you need to be at this meeting or contact Coach Ullery beforehand.  Fees and deadlines will be discussed.

QUIZ BOWL
6TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:  MRS VOGEL
7TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:  MR. ALLISON
8TH GRADE WINNING TEAM:

 WINNING TEAMS ARE HIGHLIGHTED

8TH GRADE PLAYOFFS TOP 8 TEAMS
12/5
4ASmith 2vsMay 2
4BDavis 1vsHixon 1

12/6
4ASmith 1vsVergiels
4BHennesseyvsHemry 


ALL MULES MATTER
All mules matter meets every Monday during your homeroom time in the media center with Mrs. Mihalec. 

BUS NOTES
Bus notes need to be brought  to the office in the morning to be stamped before school starts.  Absolutely no notes will be stamped after the afternoon announcements.  If the note is not stamped you will have to ride your normal bus home.

EXIT PASSES
Exit passes can be given if a written note from home is turned into the office.  All notes are to be brought to the office before school starts so your exit pass can be written.  Then you are to report to the door monitor at the time indicated on your pass. Once your ride arrives you can exit the build to go to your appointment.  You CAN NOT exit the building without a pass.  Make sure to turn your note into the main office before the morning bell so they can issue you a exit pass.

DRESS CODE
Students, while the temps stay warm, be sure to dress for the weather and for our dress code here at the school. While we certainly need to stay cool, we also need to keep our shorts and shirts within the ranges set forth in the dress code. 

BACKPACKS
Just another reminder. . . Don't carry your backpacks to class. You must keep your backpacks in your locker. 

EARLY DROP OFFS
If you are dropped off at school before 7 a.m, you need to stay in the cafeteria with Mrs. Gibson. She will release you to your lockers at 7.  

8th HOUR
8th Hour is held in the media center.  It runs from 2:35 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Meet in the front lobby by the door monitor and you will be walked to the media center   Forms can be picked up in the office.


NO CELL PHONES DURING SCHOOL HOURS
Students: Cell phones are not allowed during school hours. Your phone should be in your locker and turned off at 7:25 a.m. They cannot be used until 2:30 p.m. Cell phones are NOT permitted during lunches. 

HEALTH ROOM RULES
Students who need to go to the health room must get a pass from the teacher they are coming from AND they should also check in with their next hour teacher to let them know where they are.

CLUBS

MONDAY

TUESDAY
KNIT AND CROCHET CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 29
BRONCO CHARITY CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 220

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY
ART CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 134
BULLETIN BOARD CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 230 (Listen to announcements for meeting days)
PRIDE CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 25
BIBLE STUDY CLUB 2:30-3:30 ROOM 23
WRITING CLUB 2:45-3:45 ROOM 49

FRIDAY
JUGGLING CLUB 2:30-3:30 meet in the Cafeteria

BJHS CALENDAR LINK