Monday, February 1, 2016

BHS News

Course Selection Night
Please join the Bedford High School Leadership Team for "Course Selection Night" nextThursday the 4th at 6pm in the BHS Theater. Learn about the course request process that takes place through PowerSchool and gain valuable information about the curriculum and expectations that will impact your students next year.

Those parents interested in The IB program will be invited to join IB Coordinator Mr. Mezeske in the library for an Overview of Why IB?   

 Danish Exchange - Host Families Needed
Twenty-three students from our sister school in Grenaa, Denmark are coming to BHS from March 5-9.  We need host families for six girls and 4 boys who do not have homes yet.  The itinerary is here.  Please take a look and reply to Bob Jozokos if you are interested in hosting:  Tak!

Graduation Information
It’s time for the parents and guardians of your Class of 2016 to begin placing their orders for graduation announcements.  We are making the process simpler for them to see the finished announcement as well as place their order directly with us.  All information is now available on a single site (  I have set up a page specifically for your school which can be accessed as follows:

  • Go to
  • Click ANNOUNCEMENTS on the black menu bar
  • Select your school in the grey drop-down box in the upper right of the page.


Deliberative Session Feb. 2 at 7:00 p.m. BHS Theater
All voters in Bedford are urged to ​come to the Bedford School District Deliberative Session on Tuesday, February 2 at 7:00 p.m. at the Bedford High School Theater. This is when the community either affirms or revises the School Board’s proposed budget for 2016-17 (The budget is presented in the School District Warrant.). The proposed budget is $68.3M, a 3.9% increase over this year. The increase is primarily because of personnel, health insurance benefits, and significant building maintenance.  ​Voting on the warrant is on Tuesday, March 8 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m​ at the Bedford High School gymnasium​.  If the proposed budget is voted down, the default budget would be $2.3M lower.  Additional information​ can be found here.