Congratulations to the wonderful students who participated in the 2018 Tenacity Challenge held at Bedford High School.
The Tenacity Challenge competition consisted of four events centered around the theme of tenacity and leadership.
Oluwamayowa (Maya) Ariyo
Sasha Ford Festi
Cindy Nshuti Niyonzima
The wonderful day ended with an inspiring talk from
Former Executive Director, White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans, David J. Johns. He is the former executive director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans. The Initiative works across federal agencies and with partners and communities nationwide to produce a more effective continuum of education programs for African American students
Special thanks to Principal Mark Sullivan, Todd Whitten, Social Studies Department Chair, Abigail Abbott, Martha Simon, School Committee member, Carlton Williams, ACLU, and Patricia Tilburg, Professor at Davidson University, for helping the students prepare for the challenge.
Special thanks for Laura Johnson of ArtRoomOnline for sharing this great lesson on Knolling. Check out her great classroom blog and Pinterest page for lots of inspiration.
Knolling is “the process of arranging related objects in parallel or 90-degree angles as a method of organization.” Wikipedia.
Check out these cool Knolling pieces from 9th graders in Design.
Elana Snyder, Oils on Canvas
The Cambridge Street Gallery is please to showcase the work of three BPS faculty and Staff Members Elana Snyder, Kate McMahon and Catherine McCarthy.
Catherine McCarthy, Mixed Media
Kate McMahon, Tole Painting
The exhibit will be open during our Open House/Art Exhibition
Thursday, March 15, 2018 from 6:30 - 8:30.
Christina Chang teaches art and design to students in grades 9-12.