Mrs. Joyce taught her fifth grade students about biotic and abiotic factors, ecosystems and how the ecosystems are affected by pollution. In this image, you will see the water ecosystem with both biotic and abiotic factors. She demonstrated the effects that were evident from the "oil" from the boat that polluted the ecosystem when the boat flipped over.
Sixth Grade Teacher, Mrs. Johnson, teachers her students Math and Science through virtual lessons. The Columbus Teachers have had to adapt their lessons to virtual lessons as they are teaching remote for the first quarter.
Columbus' Staff decorated a school bus prior to the start if the Bedford City Schools Homecoming Parade on October 7, 2020. The staff was so happy to see present and former students and their families along the parade route!
Columbus Principal, Mrs. Threat, and Dean of Students, Mr. Huff, along with other teachers and staff decorated a school bus prior to the Bedford City Schools Homecoming parade on October 7, 2020. It was wondrful for the staff to see present and former students and their families along the parade route!
Mrs. Maggie Joyce has been teaching her 5th grade students about the Scientific Method. She is modeling how constants and variables affect Science experiments. In this experiment, Mrs. Joyce used the variables of vinegar baking soda and the cosntants of the same water bottles, smake amount of the variable ingredients and balloons. The balloon ended up blowing up with the vinegar, but not the baking soda.
2020/2021 BCSD Reopening Plan • Anticipated Return Date Feb 1
Statement from Superintendent Andrea Celico In Response to the Attack on the Capitol
Despite the challenges we have faced since March 2020—redefining our teaching and learning during this pandemic while moving our students to remote learning—Bedford City School District continues to move along with its current 2020-2023 Strategic Plan.
A Big Bearcat Welcome to Pastor Larry Macon, Jr.
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7/31/2020 | Fall Reopening Decision Statement + BOE Meeting Working Session - Full Virtual Learning Plan Framework Presentation
We are pleased to announce the Bedford City School District 2020 Virtual Art show is now available to view. Our dedicated art teachers wanted to make sure our students' amazing work was still shared with all of you, despite the COVID-19 restrictions. You can view the Virtual Art Show by visiting the district webpage, social media outlets, or directly at bit.ly/bcsd2020artshow. Have fun exploring the art show that showcases our talented students & their creations. Also, you will be able to vote for your favorite artist from each school. Prizes will be awarded to our top winners. Please follow the prompt on each schools’ individual gallery to cast your Best In Show vote. Voting ends Tuesday, May 26 at midnight so make sure you cast your votes before the deadline. Thank you for supporting the arts at Bedford City School District, and we hope you share the 2020 Virtual Art Show with your entire family.
JaTina N. Threat, M.Ed.