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The following representatives are currently scheduled to be here to answer any questions you may have or just to talk with you about the university. Representatives will be in the Media Center unless otherwise noted. Students must sign up in the Counseling Office.

University of Toledo
Admission Counselor
Wednesday, March 6th
During Homerooms in
Media Center

Monroe County Community College
Wednesday, March 13th
9:30 AM
Please sign up in the counseling office if you plan to attend.




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We are accepting new student registrations for the 2019-2020 school year. Stop in the office today!

For more information, please call 734-850-6028, or our school office:
     Bedford High School and Bedford Virtual Academy: 734-850-6100

-- Bedford Public Schools Registration Form
-- Health Appraisal Form
-- Proof of Residency which must include:
     -- Proof of homeownership (Property tax, deed) or rental/lease agreement
     -- Current utility bill (water, gas, electric) or homeowner's insurance policy
     -- Valid Michigan Driver's License or Michigan State ID
           with current Bedford address
-- Certified Birth Certificate *
-- Accurate Immunization Records
-- Hearing & Vision Screening Records (due 8/23/2019)
-- Custody/Guardianship Papers (if applicable)
-- Recommended: Your calendar to schedule a screening date in June

* If parent's name is different than what is listed on the child's birth certificate, additional documentation will be required.

Updated: April 16, 2019

Fall Dual Enrollment

Any student interested in dual enrollment for the Fall of 2019 may begin the registration process. During lunch hours (10:30-12:30) on Friday, April 26 the counselors and Mrs. Schultz will be available to turn in your paper work. Make sure you have everything fill out before you come on that day. The course guide is available online through the MCCC website. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Schultz.

Posted: April 17, 2019

Happy for HOSA!

The Future Health Professionals (HOSA) State Leadership Conference was held at the Amway Plaza in Grand Rapids in March. This year, Michigan HOSA had 7,498 members in 128 chapters which includes public high schools, charter schools, and ISD technical/career centers. Over 3,250 students participated in events at the State Leadership Conference.

This year, Bedford HOSA set new highs in membership (60), in regional participants (58), in state qualifiers at regionals (53), in medal winners at regionals (22), and in state conference participants (15). At the State Leadership Conference, Bedford students represented themselves well. Kaylin Eighmey in Extemporaneous Writing and Caroline Groll in Extemporaneous Health Poster were recognized as state finalists by placing in the top 8. The team of Gabe Regalado and Evan Handy became the first Bedford team to advance to the final round in Forensic Science. Each event had about 50 participants at the State Conference.

Posted: April 17, 2019

Make-Up Testing

Make-ups for the SAT, PSAT9, PSAT10, and ACT WorkKeys will be held on the following dates. Each test has to be made-up on the specific date listed below. If your student has not attempted their grade level State assessment they must be present and do so on these dates.

Tuesday, April 23, 2019
       SAT (Juniors)
       PSAT9 (Freshmen)
       PSAT10 (Sophomores)

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
       ACT WorkKeys (Juniors)

Posted: April 15, 2019


Attention Juniors and Seniors: this year's prom is May 4th from 7-11 pm at the Toledo Zoo. Our Theme is "An Evening In Atlantis". Tickets are $95 a couple and $50 a single. Tickets will be on sale from April 16th - April 26th during lunches.

Posted: April 15, 2019


May 15, 2019
6:30 pm
Bedford Senior High School Auditorium

Posted: April 15, 2019


Are you missing an item? The main office lost and found is overflowing. We currently have coats, bookbags, phones and jewelry in abundance!

Posted: April 15, 2019


High School tryouts: May 28-30 from 5-7 pm, high school new gym
Parent meeting: Tuesday, April 23rd at 6:30 pm for high school

For tryouts athletes must wear Bedford colors, cheer or tennis shoes, and no jewelry throughout all of tryouts! All participants must have a current physical on file. Go to the office for more details and paperwork.

Both Boys and Girls Tennis will be on the courts on Tuesday mornings beginning June 25th from 8-10 am. No practice on July 2nd.


Congratulations Bill Ryan - The Toledo Blade "Coach of the Year" for Girls Basketball

Posted: April 16, 2019

BHS Student Artwork in University of St. Francis
Art Exhibit in Indiana

Thirty schools from the tri-state area (Michigan, Ohio, Indiana) displayed 200 pieces in their largest show in University of St. Francis history. Seven students from Bedford High School had nine pieces selected for inclusion in this exhibit: Kendal S. (2 Pieces), Evan W.(2 Pieces), Hannah W., Torrie C., Sarah D., Donivan B., and Regan D.

Kendall and her artwork, "The Diver"

Kendall Schreder also received an award for Outstanding Achievement for her pen and ink drawing titled "The Diver."

Three students also attended the University of St. Francis' annual high school workshop with art instructor, Mr. Jason Sanderson, and worked in one of the college's studios for a day of life drawing instruction. Mr. Sanderson enjoyed an opportunity to participate in a printmaking workshop held for teachers.

The University of St. Francis exhibit runs through March 20th.

Posted: March14, 2019


This past weekend 15 DECA members competed at the state conference in Detroit. Congratulations to state finalists Weston Matlow, Maddy Andra, Kim Sparks and Josie Moore who all finished in the top 10 in the state in their respective events.

Posted: March11, 2019


Nine Bedford Swimmers (Noah Scheffer, Thomas Zoldowski, Micah Scheffer, Ian Metter, Ethan Tennant, Gavin Guenther, Jeffery Pauli, Ross Thomas, and Alex Sancrant) competed at the D2 State Meet. As a team, they finished with a strong 10th place.

Individually, they had 3 All-State performers, 8 personal bests, and 4 new school records!

Senior Noah Scheffer set team records in the 100 Butterfly (6th place), 100 Freestyle, and was part of the 400 Free Relay Record along with Thomas Zoldowski, Micah S. and Ian Metter (4th Place).

Sophomore Thomas Zoldowski finished 10th in his 200 IM with a 1 second PR, and 6th in the 100 Backstroke with a 1 second PR.

Freshman, Micah Scheffer set a new 50 free record and finished 5th. He also finished 11th in the 100 freestyle.

Posted: March11, 2019


Junior girls can explore the fields of engineering and science at a 2-week summer program hosted by Kettering University. For more information, visit kettering.edu/lites.

Posted: March11, 2019


In their second district event, Bedford High School's Bedford Express FIRST Robotics Team 1023 finished as the number 1 seed. The Full Metal-Jackets and the Robo Cats were invited to join the alliance.

The team played very well through all of the eliminations but were defeated in the finals. The alliance took home the Finalist trophy for 2nd place. Bedford was also awarded the Gracious Professionalism trophy recognizing the team's constant efforts to help other teams, the community, and the Kindergarten through 8th grade programs.

Based on the points accumulated thus far in the season, Bedford is currently ranked 3rd in the state of Michigan and has qualified to compete in the state championship tournament at Saginaw Valley State University April 10-13.

Posted: April 16, 2019

This weekend, at the Gibraltar District, Bedford Express seeded first during qualifications and won the tournament. They went through the tournament, with a 16-2-0 record overall and their alliance was undefeated in playoffs. Additionally, they were awarded the Gracious Professionalism trophy. They are currently tied for 1st rank in Michigan and ranked 23rd in the world!

Posted: March 5, 2019


February 28, 2019

Dear Parents:

A recent social media challenge targeting children and young adults called the "Momo Challenge," has created concern throughout the country due to its disturbing nature. The purpose of this letter is to make you aware of this challenge, provide you with information about it, and urge you to monitor your children's use of social media and the Internet. The "Momo Challenge," a game reportedly found on Facebook, YouTube, Kids Tube, WhatsApp, and various other games and apps features a frightening avatar who asks its viewers to perform various tasks and provide photos as proof. The "Momo" threatens those who do not perform the tasks. Technology companies have released statements pointing out that there is no evidence supporting claims that the challenge actually exists within their sites. These companies believe that the word of mouth and viral images being passed around are perpetuating the concerns across the nation. Nevertheless, we are taking a proactive approach by asking parents to please be vigilant in monitoring your child's social media and internet interactions.

It's important that children know that they should not be trying to contact strangers online, regardless of the method. Setting privacy systems on devices with your child is a great way to have this conversation and agree on automatic precautions. Fostering an atmosphere of openness and transparency about online activity ensures that children can thrive. If you do notice them switching screens on their devices when approached or new numbers or email addresses on their devices, it's worth checking in with them.

We send this letter with caution because talking about the Challenge can cause alarm and fear in more students than those actually exposed. However, because many students are aware and discussing this at school, we wanted to address the issue. Thank you and we appreciate your continued partnership in ensuring a safe and protected learning experience. There are several prominent media sources that have completed reports on the topic of "Momo" and can easily be found by parents looking for further information on the topic. Please reach out to your child's principal if you have any questions or information to share.

Dr. Carl Shultz
Bedford Public Schools


Bedford will be represented at the Wrestling State Finals this Friday to Saturday by:
      Cade Sutterfield – 125
      Rollie Denker – 130
      Randy Boisselle – 135
      Colin Jagielski – 171
      Blake Wingate – 215


Posted: February 26, 2019


We have another published student author! A poem by Hannah W. was selected to be published in the Spring 2019 River Raisin Review, a local writing magazine published by the Monroe County Libraries. This brings the number of published authors at Bedford High School to six!

Updated: March 14, 2019

Five students at Bedford High School have previously received accolades for their writing.

Two of them were recognized as Scholastic Art and Writing Awards winners. Since this program started in 1923, many teens have been honored and you may recognize some of the past recipients names: Andy Warhol, Truman Capote, Robert Redford, Tom Otterness, Richard Avedon, Philip Pearlstein, Sylvia Plath, Stephen King, Richard Linklater, Zac Posen, and Lena Dunham. Now, Bedford High School students, senior Mackenzie G., and junior Kendal S., can be added to that list with their Honorable Mention Awards in the poetry and memoir/personal essay categories, respectively.

5 BHS student writers

Three other BHS students have been selected for publication in the national print magazine Teen Ink. A half-million Teen Ink readers will see the memoirs of Lexus I., Caitlyn S., and Jessica T. in the pages of their January/February 2019 issue.

Congratulations to all of our creative writers!

Posted: February 25, 2019


Dear Bedford Public Schools Community Members,

I know that many of you (as am I) are concerned about the number of inclement weather days that the district has utilized this winter. I can only share with you that this winter has been very unique in the weather patterns that we have experienced in our area. The extreme temperature conditions along with the high levels of ice on our roadways have made my job as superintendent much more difficult over the past month or so. In addition, instances such as today when forecasts show a wide array of dangerous conditions landing at various times throughout the day make the decisions even more difficult. As I have stated in previous communications, our district goal is to hold school every day that we are scheduled. We absolutely understand the burden that changes to the schedule place on families and also our ability to teach effectively. With this in mind, we will continue to make the best decisions with the information that we have at our disposal. I can assure everyone that it is much easier and safer for the district to cancel classes for the day than it is for us to be forced into potentially dangerous dismissals if the weather lands as predicted throughout the day.

As of today, Bedford Public Schools has utilized eleven inclement weather days. The State of Michigan provides six days up front and allows for an appeal for up to three additional days if needed. In addition, Bedford Public Schools has one additional day built-in to our 2018-2019 school calendar. In total, if the district receives our appeal, we would have ten available days bringing our current situation to needing one make-up day at the end of the year (as of today). There is currently legislation in both chambers of the State of Michigan Legislature that would make any missed days of school during a State-level emergency period such as this month's polar vortex automatically forgiven and not counted toward the required number of days/hours. If this legislation passes, BPS would not need to make up the current one-day deficit. This is a long and detailed letter but should help to answer any questions that may exist. I will keep the community posted on any further information as it becomes available. The accompanying graphic shows the district's current position in regards to inclement weather.

Bar chart depiction of snow day totals as explained in accompanying article text


Dr. Carl Shultz
Carl Shultz, PhD
Bedford Public Schools

Posted: February 20, 2019

Bedford's First Female All-State Wrestler!

Bedford's wrestling program has a number of reasons to be proud. They are now the 2019 District Champs! But one wrestler has already earned All-State Honors: Sylvia Pierce became Bedford's first Female All-State Wrestler! Sylvia went 3-1 and took 5th place at the first annual all girls State Championship! Way to go, Sylvia!

Sylvia Pierce on the podium at All Girls State Wrestling Tournament

Posted: February 7, 2019


The HOSA Regional Leadership Conference (event competition) was at the Lenawee County Tech Center on January 12th. There were over 550 students competing from several schools, many of the schools are consortiums or tech centers. Bedford had 53 students (96% of our participants!) place in the top 10 in their events, which qualifies them to attend the State Leadership Conference on March 21st and 22nd. Of the 53, 22 students won medals by placing in the top 3 in their events. HOSA-Future Health Professionals (formerly known as Health Occupations Students of America), is a national career and technical student organization. Bedford's chapter is in their 3rd year and is under the guidance of Mr. John Groll.

Group photo of HOSA students

Posted: February 7, 2019

First Honors for CTE CyberSecurity Program Students

Cybersecurity students proudly displaying their industry certifications

Bedford High School CTE Department has some exciting news to share. Twenty-six Bedford High School students earned a "Certified Security Awareness" certificate from Mile 2, a certifying agency for the Cyber Security industry. These students are the first group to take Bedford's new Cyber Security course led by instructor Rob Pettrey. Students will be able to take this industry recognized certification right from high school into the workplace.

Posted: February 5, 2019

DECA Students Advance to State Conference Event

DECA competed at the District Conference on January 11th. Just over 40 students competed and fifteen qualified for the State Conference, which will be held March 8-10 in Detroit.

The following were state qualifiers: Madison Andra, Abigail Armstrong, Hannah Bobroski, Meghan Chmiel, Noah Driehorst, Kaylin Eighmey, Elizabeth Geer, Nikole Hawkins, Morgan Kelly, Weston Matlow, Chase McHugh, Josie Moore, Riley Nichols, Kimberly Sparks, and Ivan Stretten.

Posted: January 24, 2019


If you would like to purchase the panoramic picture, there are a few extras. First come, First receive, the cost is $15. If you would like one, please come to the main office to purchase.

Posted: January 22, 2019

BPA Members Participate in
Regional Leadership Conference

group photo of BPA students at Regional Leadership Conference

Nearly 50 members of Bedford High School's chapter of Business Professionals of America (BPA) attended the Regional Leadership Conference that was held on Friday, January 4, 2019 at Henry Ford College in Dearborn.

They competed in a variety of Finance, Management, Marketing, Computer Programming, and Digital events that day, and the following members are eligible to compete at the State Leadership Conference in March 2019:

Advanced Accounting: Lukas Stevens and Ryan Sullivan
Fundamental Accounting: Victoria Brubaker
Entrepreneurship: Kendall Comer
Presentation Management Team Event: Cade Nelson, Austin Malabanan, Haydan Manger and Coby McManaman

Several students were recognized for leadership and service by receiving the Diplomat Torch Award: Katelyn Dobson, Kaylin Eighmey, Hillary Hemry, Grace Johnson, Madison Kerley, Bianca Pezzino, Bailey Pudlowski, Anthony Schulte, and Lily Varney.

Updated: January 16, 2019


Bedford High School teacher, John Groll, took students from his Physics class on a field trip to the University of Toledo where they competed in a design competition at the School of Engineering.

In teams of 4, the students were given the task of building a boat that would sail down a trough carrying washers. When the boat touched the far end, they could unload the washers, each was worth 1 point. If the boat got stuck, you could not touch it. The students were given 1 minute to transport as many washers as they could. The students were given the materials in a bag and had 1 hour and 30 minutes to design, build, and test their boats.

Group photo of students and photo of 4 students preparing boat in trough

"The Design Competition is an awesome experience for our physics students." Mr. Groll shared. "University of Toledo Engineering does a great job hosting this event at their School of Engineering. The students get to visit the campus and School of Engineering as well as meet a few UT students and staff members. The Design Competition coincides with the School of Engineering's Senior Expo, where senior engineering students display their final projects. Our students also get to see the projects and prototypes college students are creating. A few of the UT seniors are Bedford alumni. That is a nice benefit to see former students and their projects."

Posted: January 4, 2019

Warning Signs Presentation

This is a link to the Warning Signs Presentation given to each of the classes in an assembly on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. It discusses various risk factors to be aware of, how to respond, and where to seek help. At school, counselors, teachers, administrators, or any adult, are people you can reach out to for help. The important part is that someone makes the effort to reach out for help. It may save a life. Here are the additional resources included in the presentation:

     In an emergency: call 911.

     National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

      DoSomething.org Crisis Text Line: 741741

      OK2SAY (School Bullying/Crisis): Call: 1-855-565-2729, Text 652729 (OK2SAY)

Posted: December 11, 2018

Letter from the Superintendent
and Related Resources

Dear Bedford Public Schools Parents,

As you may or may not be aware, our district has recently experienced the loss of a recent graduate which has deeply impacted us as a community. We have implemented our school's Emergency Response Plan in an effort to provide appropriate support to staff and students within our buildings. Students and staff will react in different ways to crises of this nature, so it will be important to continue to have support available to assist individuals in need. Counselors and mental health professionals, along with building administration, are available in the school setting to assist students as they express their feelings related to loss. In addition, we have worked with the Monroe County Intermediate School District (MCISD) to provide additional on-site social workers for Bedford High School as needed.

The Bedford Public Schools plan is also designed to provide assistance to our students and their families when deemed necessary outside of the traditional school day. Please observe your child closely over the next several days and weeks to watch for signs of distress, which may indicate a need for additional support and guidance. I have included a list of references for available resources to help you recognize possible reactions you may observe in your child. Children that have advanced stages of grief or who suffer from severe depression may already be exhibiting warning signs for potential self-risk including withdrawal, substance abuse, or suicidal thoughts. If you feel your child is in need of special assistance or is having a great deal of difficulty coping with their emotions, please do not hesitate to call or reach out to district staff or one of the professional resources listed. While it is important to deal with grief, loss, anger and fear reactions, we believe it is essential to resume as normal a routine as possible regarding home and school activities. Also, utilize frequent and honest conversations with your child to let them know that we all need assistance at some point. Please feel free to contact one of our district staff members or myself if you have any concerns or questions regarding your child, or the steps being taken by the school. I cannot stress enough the importance of working collaboratively to ensure the safety and proper care of our families and students.


1) National Association of School Psychologists (NASP): Addressing Grief - http://tinyw.in/dvZ3
2) National Alliance for Grieving Children: About Childhood Grief - http://tinyw.in/oYsF
3) Oakland County Health Department (Parent Toolkit) - http://tinyw.in/9Dx2
4) Monroe County Mental Health Resources Guide (Promedica Health) - http://tinyw.in/t4jD

Dr. Carl Shultz


group photo of Quiz Bowl team

Congrats to the Quiz Bowl team. They took 1st place. Noah Bock, Patrick Dotson, Cameron Robinson, Natalie Robinson, Cameron Guy,and Sam Travis.

Posted: December 5, 2018


As part of our ongoing school improvement efforts, we conduct an annual Parent Survey. Please take a few minutes to add your input to help us improve our schools.

Posted: November 15, 2018


Great news! Mrs. Heartz has graciously offered to run All Mules Matter during 4B homeroom in addition the the 5th hour with Mrs. Maynard. If you have 4B homeroom, and would like sign up, permission slips are available in the Main Office, in Mrs. Maynard's room A-45 or in Mrs. Heartz's room E34. Students must have a signed permission slip to participate. Please put signed permission slips in Mrs. Maynard's mailbox in the main office. Please be sure to check in with your homeroom teacher before coming to the meetings every week.

Posted: November 6, 2018


Look for the Mule Mart school store to be open during lunches. The Mule Mart is across from the cafeteria and has school supplies and snacks including Dippin' Dots. You can also buy Bedford spirit wear and black out shirts next week at the Mule Mart.

Posted September 18, 2018


We are open every Monday thru Thursday 2:30 PM until 3:30 PM.

Posted September 11, 2018


The easiest way to order school pictures is online at mylifetouch.com.
Use Picture Day ID: LM758006Y0

Posted August 7, 2018


We are once again collecting box tops. Please bring your box tops to your homeroom teacher. Save your Temperance Food Town receipts for the High School. You can bring them in or drop them in the box at the store check outs. These will help to purchase items for the high school. Thank you for saving!

Posted September 7, 2018


Free & Reduced Meal Applications Now Available for 2018-19 School Year

Applications for free/reduced meals for 2018-2019 are available online, on the Food Service webpage, and in all the school offices.

This form must be filled our annually as benefits will expire on October 12, 2018 if a new application is not submitted. Families can also apply for Free and Reduced School Meals at any time during the school year.

Participation is confidential and anonymous to use. All student transactions at the cafeteria cash register appear identical regardless of whether students are paying full price, receiving reduced prices, or free meals, to protect the confidentiality of program participation.

This program provides the obvious benefit of providing nutritious meals as well as qualifying the school for additional benefits and access to additional resources based upon the level of participation. We encourage all eligible families to fill out the application regardless of whether or not you intend to use them. A win-win all the way around!

Food Service Donations Accepted

In the past, Bedford Public Schools has been fortunate to have received donations to help pay off students' negative food service balances. Accounts have been set up at each school to receive donations from anyone else interested in ensuring that all of our students can enjoy a healthy meal every day at school. Stop by the school office if you wish to make a similar donation.

Families can also apply for Free and Reduced School Meals at any time during the school year. Online applications can be completed through MyMealtime, and paper forms are available in each school office, or can be printed here. All student transactions at the cafeteria cash register appear identical regardless of whether students are paying full price, receiving reduced prices, or free meals, to protect the confidentiality of program participation. It's a win-win situation: the students benefit from the healthy food at breakfast and lunch with families keeping more of their hard earned money, and schools can benefit from federal funding and programs that become available based on family participation in the school meal program.

Posted July 10, 2018

FIRST Robotics at BHS

To register and/or find out more information about our program, visit http://www.bedfordrobotics.org/frc.html, or contact the coordinator the Bedford Public Schools FIRST Robotics Coordinator for 9-12th Grades: Debbie May


​Bedford Public Schools has substitute teaching opportunities for those with 90+ credit hours from a four-year accredited college or university.  Substitute teachers have the opportunity to choose the grade levels or subjects they prefer to teach and even how often you would like to work. If you are interested in this opportunity, our substitute teachers also referred to as “Guest Teachers” are hired through EDUStaff. Start your application today..

Para Professional, Lunchroom, Secretarial, Bus Driver and Playground Substitutes Throughout the District Also Needed

​Applications are available at the Administration Building at 1623 W. Sterns Road, Temperance, MI 48182.


​* Note: Dismissal time on any half days is at 11:00 AM.


Athletic Events Calendar

​​District Facilities Calendar

(ML Schedules is a searchable calendar for events at all Bedford Public Schools' facilities)

2018-2019 District
School-Year-At-a Glance​ Calendar

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Note: Spring Break week in the 2018-19 school year does not include Easter. Good Friday is a day off.


Community & Adult Education programs, classes, leagues, and events for the current season.

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May-August 2019 Brochure

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Student Technology Acceptable Use Policy


If you see or hear something that doesn't seem right, you can submit a confidential tip to OK2SAY. OK2SAY allows anyone to confidentially report tips on criminal activities or potential harm directed at Michigan students, school employees, or schools.

     TEXT: 652729 (OK2SAY)
     PHONE: 8-555-OK2SAY (855-565-2729)
     EMAIL: OK2Say
     ONLINE: www.ok2say.com

App available for iPhone and Android devices


     National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
     1-800-273-TALK (8255)

     DoSomething.org Crisis Text Line:

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Thank you to Bedford Voters for supporting our schools! Follow our progress on Bond projects at: www.mybedford.us/bond.html


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