Today is an A day
 
Lunch is French Toast Sticks w/Sausage, Chicken Ranch Wrap, Tater Tots, Cinnamon Applesauce, Jello
 
There is a prom meeting today after school in Mrs. Nowicki's room
 
Did you know that the National Spelling Bee started in 1925?
Of the 95 National Spelling Bee champions, 48 have been girls and 47 have been boys. The 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee will involve more than 11 million students. Keep studying and practicing those words for your classroom Bees! 
 
Looking for a good book to read? Stop by and check out the display case outside the library to see what books BCS staff and students are reading! 
The Bradford Spelling Bee is on its way!  The Spelling BEE will be held in classrooms for grades 1-8.  The deadline for the classroom Bees is Monday, January 23rd.  the top 4 finishers from each grade level (1-8) will advance to the BCS Bee on Thursday, February 9th starting at 8:30 am in the Gold Gym.  Students who take first and second place will represent Bradford at the Regional Bee in Corning on Saturday, March 4th at 12:30.  Study your words and good luck!
 
Attention BCS:  The time to buy a yearbook at the discounted price of $30 is rapidly approaching.  If you wish to buy a yearbook at this price, see Mrs. Oliver or Mr. Barned ASAP.  After January 31st, the price will go up to $35.  Don't be left out!
 
The NY State Department of Motor Vehicles classroom instruction course required for a drivers license will be offered on Wenesday, January 25, 2017, from 5:00 pm - 10:00 PM at Haverling High School, Bath, NY.  For information: www.driverdon.com or 607-566-8507
 
The girls' modified basketball team was defeated 31-24 last night by Hammondsport.  Scoring for the Braves were Mattie Dann and Cambri Harrian with 2 points each, Kirsta Sleve with 4 points, Nikki Peterson with 5 points, and Jillian Underhill with 11 points.  The team travels to Alfred Almond Friday for a 5:45 game
 
This Thursday bring your lunch to the new side of the cafeteria and join in Careers in the Cafeteria.  Learn about Civil Service jobs and speak with a professional who can answer your questions about getting a job with the State or Federal Government.  See Mrs. Baker to sign-up
 
Every minute matters!  If a student is 10 minutes late to school each day, that adds up to missing more than 33 hours of class time.  Remember to come to school every day on time and ready to learn.  Attendance matters; we are glad you are here every minute of every day!
Today is a B day
 
Lunch is Pasta w/Meatsauce & Cheese, Pasta w/Marinara Sauce & Cheese, Chicken BLT Salad w/Bread choice, Spinach Greens
 
The Bradford Spelling Bee i on its way!  The Spelling BEE will be held in classrooms for grades 1-8.  The deadline for the classroom Bees is Monday, January 23rd.  the top 4 finishers from each grade level (1-8) will advance to the BCS Bee on Thursday, February 9th starting at 8:30 am in the Gold Gym.  Students who take first and second place will represent Bradford at the Regional Bee in Corning on Saturday, March 4th at 12:30.  Study your words and good luck!
 
Attention BCS:  The time to buy a yearbook at the discounted price of $30 is rapidly approaching.  If you wish to buy a yearbook at this price, see Mrs. Oliver or Mr. Barned ASAP.  After January 31st, the price will go up to $35.  Don't be left out!
 
Boys' Varsity beat Fillmore at Alfred University 74-41.  The team had 4 players who scord in double digits.  Nick Bailey who was voted player of the game with 18 points, Thomas Meighan with 16 points, Steven Spina 15 and Thomas Collett chipped in with 11 points.  Was a complete team effort
 
The modified girls played an excellent game in a 41-17 win over Prattsburgh.  In a whole team effort Carissa Simms, Liz DeGraw and Nikki Peterson scored 2 points each, Jillian Underhill and Baleigh Monell scored 10 points each and Kirsta Sleve scored 15 points.  The team travels to Hammondsport tonight for a 5:15 game
 
This Thursday bring your lunch to the new side of the cafeteria and join in Careers in the Cafeteria.  Learn about Civil Service jobs and speak with a professional who can answer your questions about getting a job with the State or Federal Government.  See Mrs. Baker to sign-up
 
Every minute matters!  If a student is 10 minutes late to school each day, that adds up to missing more than 33 hours of class time.  Remember to come to school every day on time and ready to learn.  Attendance matters; we are glad you are here every minute of every day!
Today is an A day
 
Lunch is Baked Mozzarella Sticks & Marinara Sauce, Turkey Deli Wrap, Green Beans, California Blend Vegetables
 
The Bradford Spelling Bee i on its way!  The Spelling BEE will be held in classrooms for grades 1-8.  The deadline for the classroom Bees is Monday, January 23rd.  the top 4 finishers from each grade level (1-8) will advance to the BCS Bee on Thursday, February 9th starting at 8:30 am in the Gold Gym.  Students who take first and second place will represent Bradford at the Regional Bee in Corning on Saturday, March 4th at 12:30.  Study your words and good luck!
 
Seniors:  Remember to set up a time with Mr. Barned to have your Senior Hall of Fame pictures taken for yearbook.  If you need to know which category you have been voted into, please ask Conner Gallagher or Mr. Barned.  This needs to be done ASAP!
 
Hello BCS- one of our goals is to raise awareness around the importance of students attending school daily and how it connects to academic achievement.  Poor attendance can keep children from reading proficiently by the end of third grade, which is shown to negatively affect their chances of graduating on time.  Make everyday count by coming to school!
 
The Bradford girls' modified basketball team was defeated 19-17 last night by at home tomorrow at 10 am
 
Attention BCS:  The time to buy a yearbook at the discounted price of $30 is rapidly approaching.  If you wish to buy a yearbook at this price, see Mrs. Oliver or Mr. Barned ASAP.  After January 31st, the price will go up to $35.  Don't be left out!