Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Mrs. Dana's Acts of Kindness group create Bunny Baskets for Washington Manor. Bradford National Honor Society participate in Feed My Starving Children project. Bradford National Honor Society participate in Feed My Starving Children project. Bradford National Honor Society participate in Feed My Starving Children project. Bradford National Honor Society participate in Feed My Starving Children project. Bradford National Honor Society participate in Feed My Starving Children project. Bradford National Honor Society participate in Feed My Starving Children project. Bradford National Honor Society participate in Feed My Starving Children project. Bradford National Honor Society participate in Feed My Starving Children project. Bradford National Honor Society participate in Feed My Starving Children project. Bradford National Honor Society participate in Feed My Starving Children project. Bradford National Honor Society participate in Feed My Starving Children project. Mrs. Bouwma's math class working on Algebra II after school. Mrs. Bouwma's math class working on Algebra II after school. Mrs. Bouwma's math class working on Algebra II after school. Mrs. Bouwma's math class working on Algebra II after school. Mrs. Bouwma's math class working on Algebra II after school. Mrs. Bouwma's math class working on Algebra II after school. Mrs. Bouwma's math class working on Algebra II after school. Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Bradford winners for the Kenosha Unified District Wide Art Exhibition Career day at Bradford. Mrs. Muller, a nurse for the Kenosha Health Dept. teaches the Bradford students about preparing for emergency evacuation. Bradford staff: Mr. Wirch, Ms. Lee and Ms. Akina present at the Wisconsin Society of Science Teachers February 2015: Student of the Month Recipients! Kevin Carter – Art, Javelle Peeples – PBIS, Samantha MacKenzie – P.E., Asiyah Peterson – English, Anastazia Antonacci - World Language 62nd Annual Holy Rosary Sports Night: winners for Kenosha County Jackie B. and Scott S. FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). FBLA students win awards at the Regional Leadership Conference and are preparing for State competition in April. Congratulations to Regional Winners: Miracle Hermann, Vanessa Mora, Kayelynn Bartmer (3rd – MIS) Keydi Osorio (4th - Public Speaking I), Sydney Van kammen (4th – Job Interview), Josh Weber & Ben Jalensky (4th – Business Plan), Kia Coburn & Jazmine Colbert (5th – Digital Design), Jonathon Hill (5th – FBLA Principles/Procedures), Maxine Delabrue & Marquis Williams (6th – Public Service Announcement), Molly Swihart (7th – Public Speaking II), and Max Meyers (8th – Web Page Design). Drea Luedtke signing her national letter of intent to play softball with Black Hawk college. Holocaust Survivor chats with Ms. Weil's class. Holocaust Survivor chats with Ms. Weil's class. Holocaust Survivor chats with Ms. Weil's class. Holocaust Survivor chats with Ms. Weil's class. Holocaust Survivor chats with Ms. Weil's class. Holocaust Survivor chats with Ms. Weil's class. Holocaust Survivor chats with Ms. Weil's class. Holocaust Survivor chats with Ms. Weil's class. FBLA students design a bulletin board to show what FBLA does and are working toward their Business Achievement Awards. FBLA students design a bulletin board to show what FBLA does and are working toward their Business Achievement Awards. FBLA students design a bulletin board to show what FBLA does and are working toward their Business Achievement Awards. FBLA students design a bulletin board to show what FBLA does and are working toward their Business Achievement Awards. FBLA students design a bulletin board to show what FBLA does and are working toward their Business Achievement Awards. Mr. Peyer's class creates interactive presentations on elements using Nearpod. Mr. Peyer's class creates interactive presentations on elements using Nearpod. Mr. Peyer's class creates interactive presentations on elements using Nearpod. Mr. Peyer's class creates interactive presentations on elements using Nearpod. Mr. Peyer's class creates interactive presentations on elements using Nearpod. Mr. Peyer's class creates interactive presentations on elements using Nearpod. Mr. Peyer's class creates interactive presentations on elements using Nearpod. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab. Mr. Englund's students designed and created various types of powered vehicles (wind, spring loaded, rubber band, mouse trap, motorized, etc.). They then used the data collected to calculate speed, distance, and acceleration. Finally, as part of their asynchronous learning, they compared the results, procedures, and questions online to other schools doing the same lab.


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LIBRARY NEWS …The library is hosting a Jelly Bean Challenge! Stop in the library to submit your guess on how many jelly beans are in the container. The winner will be announced on Wednesday, April 22nd (National Jelly bean day) That lucky person will be able to take home the entire container of jelly beans. Each guess is 25¢ or 5 guesses for $1. We will see you in the library.

Prom News…(Advisor: Ms. Betker)

Top reasons to turn in permission slips next week for prom:
Early bird price reduction!
Top five reasons to turn permission slips in:
5. Check out the new venue at Madrigano Marina Shores
4. Check out the Red Carpet Event theme this year!
3. Eat a great dinner at prom!
2. Dance Dance Dance!!!!
1. If you turn in permissions slips by Wednesday you get 5.00 off for early bird permission slips!
That means 1 for 45.00 or 2 for 75.00.

Registration to begin for Summer School. Please click links for forms. Incoming Freshman, HS Summer School Form, Information Sheet and Emergency form.

Who: All Bradford parents and students
When: Tuesday, April 21st @ 6:30-7:30 pm
Where: Bradford High School Cafeteria

Bradford Daily Events
April 18 Bradford is hosting the ACT test/Saturday, April 18, 2015. Students can register for ACT by going to www.actstudent.org. Registration must be completed by Friday, March 13th
April 21 ACT Information Night: Tuesday @ 6:30-7:30 pm in Bradford cafeteria
April 23 AP Art Exhibition in BHS library. 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
April 24 Friday will convert to full instructional day until 3:00
April 24-25 KUSD Theatre presents: In The Heights at the BHS Auditorium at 7:30 pm
April 26 KUSD Theatre presents: In The Heights at the BHS Auditorium at 2:00 pm
May 1 Friday will convert to full instructional day until 3:00
May 1-2 KUSD Theatre presents: In The Heights at the BHS Auditorium at 7:30 pm
May 3 KUSD Theatre presents: In The Heights at the BHS Auditorium at 2:00 pm
May 8 Friday will convert to full instructional day until 3:00
May 9 Bradford Prom

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