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. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. The three students were honored at the Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the Milwaukee Art Museum. They won Gold Keys, Silver Keys and/or Honorable Mentions for their art work which are state level awards. Great job Lindsey N, Mackenzie G, and Jake F. 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. The Kenosha Health Dept. preparing students for environmental concerns.


Upcoming Events

Bradford Notices

Parent / Teacher Conferences

Monday, March 23 and Wednesday, March 25 from 4:30-6:30 PM

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

ACT Week Schedule

Monday, March 2rd: Normal Day/ Quest HomeBase

Tuesday March 3rd: No Quest. ACT for Juniors Only. No school 9, 10, 12.

March 3rd BUS Arrival Plans: Juniors only day for all high schools except Lakeview. The normal high school a.m. routes will collect high school students (JUNIORS ONLY) at their typical times.

March 3rd Departure Plans: Yellow buses and city buses will depart from boundary high schools at 12:55 pm.

Wednesday, March 4th: ACT WorkKeys in AM for Juniors only. Delayed start for Grades 9,10,12. Class for everyone begins at 10:50/ Period 4/4A. No Quest.

March 4th BUS Arrival Plans: This will be a normal start time for grade 11, with a delayed start for grades 9, 10, and 12. Yellow buses will complete a second a.m. run with about a 4 hour delay, with delivery to boundary schools between 10:40 and 10:45 a.m. (This is to serve 9th, 10th, and 12th graders). City buses WILL NOT complete a second run.

March 4th Departure Plans: All other high schools will dismiss at their normal times with normal bus routes.

Thursday, March 5th. Normal Day/ Quest HomeBase

Friday, March 6th: Full School Day until 3:00 (with combined Period 2 and Quest for The Little Mermaid Assembly).

Monday, March 9th: Normal Day. Quest HomeBase will be scheduling Quest Flex for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.

Click here for calculator requirements ................. Click here for more information

Preparing Your Child for Education and Careers

March 14, 2015 in the Bradford Library (Free Workshop)
Click for more info: English Flyer ------------------Spanish Flyer

2015- 2016 Course Requests

Students can now register for next year’s classes through Infinite Campus

Course requests must be completed by March 6th.

Counselors will be available in the lunchroom Wednesday March 4th through Friday March 6th
to assist students with course requests using Infinite Campus as well as in their offices
.

The following tutorial will guide you through the process - Tutorial (Video made by Tremper for KUSD)

2015-2016 Course Catalog

Peer Tutoring News…

Hey Bradford, needing some help with homework, but your teacher is already full for quest? Have no fear, Peer Tutoring Homework Help is here. Sign up for Homework Help during Quest; its available Tuesday thru Thursday in room 154.

8th graders at Middle School will receive their High School Course Selection forms for Bradford High School via their Middle School. Middle School counselors will be able to answer almost all questions a student may have. All Course Selection Forms are due back to Bradford by Friday, March 6th (Middle Schools may request them sooner than that!).

WE NEED YOU, BRADFORD FAMILIES!

Educator’s Credit Union is looking for adult volunteers for Bradford’s March 19th Reality Check. Reality Check is a wonderful activity designed to help students understand the financial realities of adult life, but we need your help to make it happen! Educator’s Credit Union is looking for adult volunteers who can help for just over 3 hours on Thursday, March 19th. Training will be provided the morning of the event. If you can help, please contact Victor Frasher of ECU at 262-884-6630. Thank you!

Click here for Reality Check Flyer

Bradford Daily Events
March 3 No School for 9th, 10th and 12th graders. JUNIORS ONLY. See above events for more info.
  7:30 – 12:15 - Day 1 ACT Testing Juniors only report for school
3:25 Instructional Leader meeting (Conference room)
6:30 End zone Club (cafeteria)
March 3/4 Mandatory ACT Testing for Juniors ONLY will be held on March 3rd & 4th during the school day
March 4 Day 2 ACT Testing Delayed start for Freshmen, Sophomores and Seniors 10:45 am. Once all students arrive we will run periods 4, 5,6 & 7 (including all lunch shifts) for the remainder of the day.
March 5 Drama Matinees for KUSD Schools AM/PM schedules
5:30 German Club (Library)
7:00 Academic B Awards program for students that Qualify (Library)
March 6 Friday will convert to full instructional day until 3:00
  Regular School Day (3:00 Dismissal)
TBD Girls Gymnastics WIAA State Meet (Away) Wisconsin Rapids
7:00 Boys Varsity Basketball (Away) Indian Trail HS
WIAA Regional Game
7:30 Drama Production Little Mermaid
March 7 Drama Saturday - Bradford Theatre Arts Presents: The Little Mermaid
Solo Ensemble Festival –Indian Trial HS & A
7:30 Drama Presentation Little Mermaid
March 8 2:00 Drama Presentation The Little Mermaid
March 9 3:15 Track Practice Begins in the Fieldhouse. Athletic forms due Friday, March 6th.
March 10 FBLA -Meeting Quest and after school in room 231. Click here for more info
March 13 Asynchronous Day will convert to a full instructional day until 3:00
March 17 FBLA -Meeting Quest and after school in room 231. Click here for more info
March 19 Reality Check 7:30 - 10:30 am Click here for more info
March 20 Friday will convert to full instructional day until 3:00
March 23 Parent / Teacher Conferences from 4:30-6:30 PM
March 25 Parent / Teacher Conferences from 4:30-6:30 PM
March 27 3rd Qtr Ends, Staff Workday, No Students Report
Parent / Teacher Conferences from 7:30-11:30 AM
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 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

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