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. Track Conditioning with Mr. Fortney. Track Conditioning with Mr. Fortney. Track Conditioning with Mr. Fortney. Track Conditioning with Mr. Fortney. Track Conditioning with Mr. Fortney. Track Conditioning with Mr. Fortney. 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.


Upcoming Events

Bradford Notices

What's in the BHS Thursday News....

CNA Sign Up News… Do you have an interest in becoming a nurse or a nurse assistant? If so, then you may want to take the CNA program next year. You must be a junior or senior when you take the class. See Mrs. Mars in room 218 for the application and for more information. Boys Golf News…Any boy interested in playing boys golf, see Coach Cushman or Coach Mogensen. Boy’s golf starts Monday, March 30th. Talent Show News… Do you have a talent that you want to share with Bradford? The Bradford Student Government is hosting their 6th Annual Talent Show. Sign up for audition time during your lunch period TODAY! Come show us your talent show!
Compass Test Registration News… If you’re a senior and plan to attend Gateway next fall, then you must take the Compass Test. It will be offered here at Bradford Friday, April 24th from 7:30-12. You must register in room 151; the cost is $15. Sign up by April 15th. Bradford Nation Shout-Out to our Dance program for their presentations of Rhythm Nation. Congratulations! Ms. Wozniak and students as they demonstrated creativeness and energy throughout the program. Military Exam News…There will be an ASVAB Military exam for students who are interested in the military on Thursday, April 23rd from 7:30 until 10:30 in room 108. If you are interested, see Mr. Days in room 216 to get a permission slip.

Parent / Teacher Conferences

Wednesday, March 25 from 4:30-6:30 PM

Friday, March 27 (no school for students) from 7:30-11:00 AM

We are down to the FINAL FOUR for the 1st Hour March Madness contest for gift certificates to a popular restaurant …Good Luck all classes

Bernhardt
Wirch
A. Williams
Summerfield

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

We will begin accepting them in Room 152 on March 23rd.

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

 


Bradford Daily Events
March 26 3:30 Baking Club Lock in
4:15 Boys and Girls JV Track (Home) Field House
7:00 Girls Soccer Parent Meeting
March 27 3rd Qtr Ends, Staff Workday, No Students Report
Parent / Teacher Conferences from 7:30-11:00 AM
11:00 Teacher Workday
March 28 8:00 Harborside AP (room 142)
9:00 Girls Fastpitch Scrimmage (Away) Homestead
9:30 Girls & Boys Varsity Track (Away) UW Parkside
11:00 Girls JV Soccer Scrimmage (Home, Jaskwhich) Elkhorn
1:00 Girls Varsity Soccer Scrimmage (Home, Jaskwhich) Elkhorn
April 3- 10 Spring Break - No School for Students
April 12-14 FBLA - State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse Wish our competitors good luck...
April 17 Friday will convert to full instructional day until 3:00
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 24 Friday will convert to full instructional day until 3:00
May 1 Friday will convert to full instructional day until 3:00
May 8 Friday will convert to full instructional day until 3:00
May 9 Bradford Prom

Daily Time Schedules: Click here for bell schedule


KUSD Theatre

2014-2015 events

 


Register for Email Notification of Important School Events

E-mail address:
Your name: