In preparation for the annual Smarter Balanced assessment this year, all students will be giving time in school to take a practice test to re-familiarize themselves with the unique online testing environment. Additionally, we are asking that all students take a practice test as homework on Thursday, April 7. Since this is a school-wide assignment, teachers will not be assigning additional homework to be due on Friday, April 8. The only assignment for all students is to access and complete the online practice test, which can be found here. The practice test should not take more than forty-five minutes to complete.
Did you forget to order a yearbook?? Well you are in luck! Yearbooks are on sale again online! Don't miss out on the memories of this year! Cost of each yearbook is $20, and orders can be placed online by following these simple steps:
I invite you to attend the McKelvie-Lurgio Registration Information Evening on Tuesday, April 5, 2016 at 6PM in the BHS Theater. During this information session, Lurgio Administration and Guidance will introduce you to the course offerings at the middle school, teach you to log into Powerschool to register for your student’s classes at Lurgio, and cover other general information about our academic offerings. After the formal presentation, we will be available to answer individual questions.
Our Chipotle Fundraiser will be held on Tuesday, April 5th from 4:00-8:00PM. In order for the Stand By Me Committee to benefit, you MUST show a copy of the flyer. Please print it out or show a copy of the flyer on your phone or other electronic device. Here is a link to our Chipotle Fundraiser flyer. Thank you!
This presentation has been RESCHEDULED for Thursday, April 7. The Bedford Police Department and The Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force will be presenting "A Predator's Playground" to the community and students in the BHS Theater from 6:30 - 8:30pm. The presentation will explain the dangers teens face today. Discussions about how various forms of electronic communications (computer, phones, gaming systems, etc.) can put families at risk will be discussed.