Dean Hervat went to Jefferson Elementary school to talk to an elementary classroom about the Civil War while representing Bradford. The students were captivated by his wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm. The Leadership class hosted a staff vs. student basketball game on Thursday, April 30, as part of their service-learning project. The students raised money for the Southeast Wisconsin 82nd Airborne Division which gives all funds to local soldiers recovering from injuries incurred from war. The goal was $1500. Thanks to the outstanding fundraising effort of the students, Henry, and InfraRed, they raised $2,750. The Leadership class hosted a staff vs. student basketball game on Thursday, April 30, as part of their service-learning project. The students raised money for the Southeast Wisconsin 82nd Airborne Division which gives all funds to local soldiers recovering from injuries incurred from war. The goal was $1500. Thanks to the outstanding fundraising effort of the students, Henry, and InfraRed, they raised $2,750. The Leadership class hosted a staff vs. student basketball game on Thursday, April 30, as part of their service-learning project. The students raised money for the Southeast Wisconsin 82nd Airborne Division which gives all funds to local soldiers recovering from injuries incurred from war. The goal was $1500. Thanks to the outstanding fundraising effort of the students, Henry, and InfraRed, they raised $2,750. The Leadership class hosted a staff vs. student basketball game on Thursday, April 30, as part of their service-learning project. The students raised money for the Southeast Wisconsin 82nd Airborne Division which gives all funds to local soldiers recovering from injuries incurred from war. The goal was $1500. Thanks to the outstanding fundraising effort of the students, Henry, and InfraRed, they raised $2,750. The Leadership class hosted a staff vs. student basketball game on Thursday, April 30, as part of their service-learning project. The students raised money for the Southeast Wisconsin 82nd Airborne Division which gives all funds to local soldiers recovering from injuries incurred from war. The goal was $1500. Thanks to the outstanding fundraising effort of the students, Henry, and InfraRed, they raised $2,750. The Leadership class hosted a staff vs. student basketball game on Thursday, April 30, as part of their service-learning project. The students raised money for the Southeast Wisconsin 82nd Airborne Division which gives all funds to local soldiers recovering from injuries incurred from war. The goal was $1500. Thanks to the outstanding fundraising effort of the students, Henry, and InfraRed, they raised $2,750. The Leadership class hosted a staff vs. student basketball game on Thursday, April 30, as part of their service-learning project. The students raised money for the Southeast Wisconsin 82nd Airborne Division which gives all funds to local soldiers recovering from injuries incurred from war. The goal was $1500. Thanks to the outstanding fundraising effort of the students, Henry, and InfraRed, they raised $2,750. The Leadership class hosted a staff vs. student basketball game on Thursday, April 30, as part of their service-learning project. The students raised money for the Southeast Wisconsin 82nd Airborne Division which gives all funds to local soldiers recovering from injuries incurred from war. The goal was $1500. Thanks to the outstanding fundraising effort of the students, Henry, and InfraRed, they raised $2,750. The Leadership class hosted a staff vs. student basketball game on Thursday, April 30, as part of their service-learning project. The students raised money for the Southeast Wisconsin 82nd Airborne Division which gives all funds to local soldiers recovering from injuries incurred from war. The goal was $1500. Thanks to the outstanding fundraising effort of the students, Henry, and InfraRed, they raised $2,750. The Leadership class hosted a staff vs. student basketball game on Thursday, April 30, as part of their service-learning project. The students raised money for the Southeast Wisconsin 82nd Airborne Division which gives all funds to local soldiers recovering from injuries incurred from war. The goal was $1500. Thanks to the outstanding fundraising effort of the students, Henry, and InfraRed, they raised $2,750. Bradford Key Club members walked to support Multiple Sclerosis. Members raised $500 for the cause. Bradford Key Club members walked to support Multiple Sclerosis. Members raised $500 for the cause. Bradford Key Club members walked to support Multiple Sclerosis. Members raised $500 for the cause. Bradford Key Club members walked to support Multiple Sclerosis. Members raised $500 for the cause. Bradford Key Club members walked to support Multiple Sclerosis. Members raised $500 for the cause. Bradford Key Club members walked to support Multiple Sclerosis. Members raised $500 for the cause. Bradford Key Club members walked to support Multiple Sclerosis. Members raised $500 for the cause. Bradford Key Club members walked to support Multiple Sclerosis. Members raised $500 for the cause. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Bradford's robotics team at its first competition. Bradford took Third place finish in Sumo Bot wrestling. Congratulations to all of the Advanced Placement Art Studio students who hosted their art exhibition , 'Images @2015', in the Bradford Library. Congratulations to all of the Advanced Placement Art Studio students who hosted their art exhibition , 'Images @2015', in the Bradford Library. Congratulations to all of the Advanced Placement Art Studio students who hosted their art exhibition , 'Images @2015', in the Bradford Library. Congratulations to all of the Advanced Placement Art Studio students who hosted their art exhibition , 'Images @2015', in the Bradford Library. Congratulations to all of the Advanced Placement Art Studio students who hosted their art exhibition , 'Images @2015', in the Bradford Library. Congratulations to all of the Advanced Placement Art Studio students who hosted their art exhibition , 'Images @2015', in the Bradford Library. Congratulations to all of the Advanced Placement Art Studio students who hosted their art exhibition , 'Images @2015', in the Bradford Library. Congratulations to all of the Advanced Placement Art Studio students who hosted their art exhibition , 'Images @2015', in the Bradford Library. Italian Day in Madison – Ben Jalensky won 1st place for reciting a poem in Italian and the Italian class won 1st place for a multi-media project. Italian Day in Madison – Ben Jalensky won 1st place for reciting a poem in Italian and the Italian class won 1st place for a multi-media project. Italian Day in Madison – Ben Jalensky won 1st place for reciting a poem in Italian and the Italian class won 1st place for a multi-media project. Italian Day in Madison – Ben Jalensky won 1st place for reciting a poem in Italian and the Italian class won 1st place for a multi-media project. Italian Day in Madison – Ben Jalensky won 1st place for reciting a poem in Italian and the Italian class won 1st place for a multi-media project. Italian Day in Madison – Ben Jalensky won 1st place for reciting a poem in Italian and the Italian class won 1st place for a multi-media project. Coach Rizzo with Melvin Gordon and Trae Waynes during one of their recent visits to school. The Bradford Textile Arts class made tie-dyed pillows in Mrs. Dana's room. The following students are our March 2015: Student of the Month Recipients! JJ Vega – PBIS, Ayman Hammad – Library/Media, Shawn Bell – Theatre/Drama, Miracle Herman – Tech/FBLA, Shawn Gerena – Counselors Jackie Baldwin signed a letter of intent to Jacksonville University. In the Picture with Jackie are her two parents Jerry and Tonya Baldwin, Along with Coach Brad Fortney and Coach Mark Aslakson. Scott Seymour signed a letter of intent to Bradley University. In the picture with Scott are his two parents Steve and Lynda Seymour and Coach Mark Aslakson. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. FBLA members from across the state competed in a GooseChase activity where members must take various pictures of activities and locations around La Crosse to gain points. Bradford had three teams and Bradford 8.1 placed 14th overall. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. BHS had 20 FBLA members that attended the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse. Bradford was well represented as the conference had about 162 schools with over 2500 students that competed at the State level. Bradford was also received the 'Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.' Please congratulate the following students for their efforts: 7th Place - Brody Hegeman, Chris Healy, and Ben Jalensky – Computer Game and Simulation Programming, 7th Place – Maxine Delabrue – Community Service Project, 6th Place – Autumn Froeber and Kia Coburn – 3-D Animation, 6th Place – Tianna Meeks and David Christian – American Enterprise Project, 2nd Place – Joshua Weber and Deo Young – Partnership with Business Project, Josh Weber and Deo Young have qualified for the National Competition to be held in Chicago the end of June. Kingfish mascot gets interviewed by Bradford students. Kingfish mascot gets interviewed by Bradford students. Kingfish mascot gets interviewed by Bradford students. Kingfish mascot gets interviewed by Bradford students.


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Girls Swim Information Meeting
Tuesday, June 2nd @ 6pm in the Bradford Pool Parents are encouraged to attend See Coach Sapieka with questions, or email: hsapieka@kusd.edu
Remember to buy your yearbook!
Make your check out to "Bradford yearbook" in the amount of $65 and then drop the check off in room 113 or room 229. Remember, quantities are limited. We have less than 80 books left, so get yours today!!
All students interested in being a Link Leader school year can pick up an application from the Freshman Academy or Mr. Richter’s office, room 120. Applications will be due by next Wednesday, June 3rd.

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) is the largest student business organization in the world. Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship with innovative leadership and career development programs. We host a National Leadership Conference (NLC) where the best students from across the nation compete to be national winners in more than 40 business-related events.

We need knowledgeable business professionals to judge the best of the best in our competitions. Members compete in events ranging from Forensic Accounting to Public Speaking to Website Design, and more!
We need individuals to evaluate and provide feedback to these students. You can register to judge at bit.ly/NLC2015_judge. This is a great opportunity to share your time with young professionals, give back to the community, and network with others around the United States. If you have any questions, please contact the education associate Stephen Lock, at 800.325.2946 ext.129 or education2@fbla.org. Click image for more info.

Aurora Sports Medicine Institute - Kenosha will be providing pre-participation athletic physicals for Bradford student-athletes the evening of Wednesday, June 24th at the Aurora Rehabilitation Center, 7610 Pershing Blvd, Kenosha. The cost for the physical is $15 per athlete. All of the fees collected will be donated back to the Bradford Athletic Department. Dr. Greg Rocco will be performing the medical portion of the physical.

Please call 262-948-3600 to schedule an appointment.

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Summer Employment…The KUSD Department of Recreation is looking for people to work its summer swim lessons. Classes start June 15th and end August 4th. The starting pay is $9.89 per hr. To apply you must possess current Red Cross Life Guarding credentials. If you are interested in this position or would like further information you may either go to the Department of Recreation, call 262-359-6225 or email njeffson@kusd.edu.

Bradford HS 2015 Golf Outing
Saturday, June 27 at Maplecrest Country Club

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

Bradford Daily Events
May 29 12:30 Graduation Rehearsal (Gymnasium)
4:00 Boys & Girls Varsity Track Sectionals (Away) Janesville Craig HS
5:00 Girls JV Soccer (Away) Hamilton HS
7:00 Girls Varsity Soccer (Away) Hamilton HS
May 31 2:00 Graduation Ceremony
June 2 FBLA Meeting for Officers and NLC attendees
June 28-July 3 FBLA National Leadership Conference in Chicago

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