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Read Dr. Shultz's November 9th Letter on the Suspension of In-Person Learning effective November 12, 2020

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Yes, we are creating a yearbook for this year! We have been working on making this year's edition of the Talisman a true historical document that celebrates and recognizes our seniors. In addition to traditional elements, we are expanding coverage with our publishing partner to fully cover, month-by-month, the history making events that your student will want to look back on years from now.


Also, this year finds us committing to making the Senior Portrait Section the best ever with more space being devoted to each student; senior pictures will be 70% larger this year!!

The make-up picture day of December 14th has been cancelled. They have made the decision to close all photo sessions until further notice. We will be rescheduling once it is available and safe.  


Much has been lost this year, but we want to make sure you get the opportunity to salute your senior forever in the yearbook. You can design it or we can do it for you!

For All Orders and Senior Tributes go to:

View Senior Portrait and Tribute flyer


AlexJohnAt the November Board of Education Meeting, Bedford High School Principal, Mr. Kevin Weber,acknowledged the achievements of two BHS students: John H.and Alex M. They were recognized by the College Board as National Rural and Small Town Scholars after scoring in the top 2.5% on the PSAT test given to students across the nation.

BHS Theatre Arts Presents "The Importance of Being Earnest""THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST" HAS BEEN POSTPONED... 

This Fall, the cast and crew look forward to putting on "The Importance of Being Earnest." Friendship and rivalry intersect in what is perhaps Oscar Wilde’s most enduring play. The Importance of Being Earnest critiques high society as the ridiculous lives of its aristocratic characters disrupt the landscape of Victorian England. Join the serving class as witnesses to the antics of Jack and Algernon, Gwendoline and Cecily, and Lady Bracknell. Cases of mistaken identity put Jack and Algernon in side-splitting peril, endangering their friendship and the devotions of their love interests, Gwendoline and Cecily. The more reasoned voices of Miss Prism and Dr. Chasuble get caught up in drama and absurdity while the truth (in the form of Lady Bracknell) makes its way to meet them all in the English countryside. The disorder that follows from the deception, rivalry, drama, and farce reveals just how important it is to be Earnest.

However, this production will not be performed in front of a live audience. This will be a virtual production for the cast and crew. Tickets to view the live performance can be purchased online.

90 minutes, with two five minute intermissions between acts.

Individual: $15.00
Family: $35.00
Tickets are non-refundable. Please note that COVID-19 developments could result in the cancellation of a performance.

The resources needed to bring our shows to the stage are immeasurable. The commitment of our volunteers and dedication of our staff and students keep the theatre alive. However, these productions would not be possible without the generous financial support they receive from the community they entertain. Due to the unprecedented times we live in, the students won’t have the reward of a live audience sharing their laughter this year, but you can still contribute to the magic of this and future productions with a donation. They appreciate your support and hope you enjoy the show.

Updated on 11/16/2020


Find details with this Community Assistance Opportunities for Bedford Families Link including information about Bedford's Drive-Thru Food Pick Ups and other food assistance programs, Eye Exams/Glasses, Parent Support Group and more. New information will be added to that document as it comes in. Some programs are seasonal but past details are included for future reference.


Monday and Thursday
(Breakfast and Lunch will be provided for 7 full days)

1) Bedford High School Cafeteria
2) Monroe Road Elementary Cafeteria
3) District bus will distribute meals at Northtowne Meadows at the clubhouse: 2-2:30 pm.
4) District bus will distribute meals at Inverness Community at
    -- Preswick and Andrews: 1:15-1:30 pm
    -- Highlands and Glasgow: 1:30-1:45 pm.

PICK UP TIMES: 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm unless otherwise noted.

Bedford Public Schools will continue utilizing a grant from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to provide all school aged community family members with seven days worth of breakfast and lunches. The pick-up locations have been selected based on the capacity of our individual school building kitchens. The bus distribution site was selected based on the area with the largest concentration of school age children within the district. If you have any questions or special food requirements, please contact BPS Director of Food Service Ms. Meaghan Eckler at (734) 850-6127 or via email at


See for schedules, game results, announcements and more. While spectators are limited at all athletic contests, fans can still watch the game. Our athletic department has several games being streamed. GO MULES!

Use Final Forms for pay for fees and complete forms to participate in Bedford's athletic programs


State CC MeetThe Bedford Girls Cross Country team had a beautiful day on Friday, November 6th to run at the MHSAA Division 1 State Finals at the Michigan International Speedway. Junior Madison Foster led the team with a 7th place finish for All State honors. Her time of 18:16.30 is also a new Bedford girls record for time at a state meet. Ally Betkey finished in 84th place, Lauren Sancrant came in 115th followed by Senior Alyssa Dorn in 127th place. Mya Orner was the final runner to contribute to the team score with her 173rd place finish. Katelyn Dec and Madi Heinrichs also ran in the meet and crossed the finish line in 206th and 215th place respectively. Overall, the team tallied a total of 325 points in the race to finish in 11th place at the state meet. The team alternates for the state meet were Izzy Loubser, Emma Bushroe, and Analeigh Majewski.

The Girls Varsity Coach, Jeff Davis, is especially proud of his team after this year of practice adjustments, modified meets and changes in event scheduling to avoid crowded starting lines. He remarked that it is "a testament to the girls' dedication and resilience through everything the last few months. It was hard on everyone across the board, and they were able to fight through and finish 11th place in the state! Way to go, girls! I am so proud of you!" Coach Davis has been leading the girls team for the last 13 years. Each year, he has accompanied the team or individual runners to the state meet at Michigan International Speedway.

The Bedford Boys Cross Country team was represented at the state meet by Alex Ortiz. The junior qualified as an individual runner after placing 24th in the Regional race. He finished the state meet with a time of 17:47.25 at a 5:44 pace for the race.



Bedford Girls Swim and Dive had an excellent showing at SECs with about 90% personal or seasonal bests at this meet. The Medley relay of Alexa Fuleky, Ava Bell, Gabby Pisanti and Hannah Smith qualified to compete at the State Competition. Alexa Fuleky had an individual state qualification in the 100 Backstroke and Ava Bell was able to qualify as well in her 2nd individual race, the 100 Breaststroke. Sophomore Libby Boisselle who dove at her first ever SEC meet and qualified to compete at Regionals. She is only the 3rd diver to ever compete for the Bedford girls at the Regional level.


Congratulations Bedford Volleyball: 2020 District Champions & Regional Semi-Final Winners! Regional Championship games was scheduled for November 12th but was unable to be played due to COVID-19 quarantines. They finished the season with a 35 and 7 record and are Champions in our hearts! Congratulations for a great season in a challenging year to Coach Manore and the team!



Morgan Decker was named to the Academic All State as an individual with a GPA of 4.09 and the Bedford girls qualified for team Academic All State with a team GPA of 3.79. The varsity girls included Morgan Decker, Sarah Przyojski, Julianna Vogel, Elaina Smith, Elyse Czarnik, Madison Bishoff, and Grace Lump.


Please wear a mask, bring hand sanitizer and your own water bottle. If you don't have a MHSAA physical on file from last school year, you will need to get this done BEFORE tryouts. All others must complete the MHSAA Health Questionnaire form.


* Masks must be worn at all times by all participants, coaches, officials, and spectators.
* Spectators must maintain social distancing while in stands or on the grounds.
* Each participant is allowed 2 passes for each contest from both home and away teams.
-- These names must be submitted 24 hours prior to the contest and those listed, and only those listed, will be allowed entrance into the event. There will be no exceptions for extended families or children. The 2 per-participant rule will be strictly followed.
-- For information on how you can submit names, please contact your son/daughter's coach or the Bedford Athletic office.
-- The pass list will act as a Covid tracking document.
-- Invited spectators may be changed from contest to contest.
* Admission costs will vary from school to school. For Bedford, each admission is $5.
* Concessions will be closed. Spectators may bring in clear plastic bottled water only.
* The facilities will be cleared of all spectators between levels (Sub varsity- Varsity).
* This situation continues to be fluid and may change at any time.

Updated on 11/2/2020

Bedford's Kicking Mules Marching Band Still Superior

marching band in gymThe Bedford High School Kicking Mules Marching Band got their MSBOA Marching Band festival rating back from the judges and earned a "1" rating for the 7th year in a row! (And the 8th overall for Mr. Meggitt in his 9 years as band director.) Mr. Meggitt is especially proud of this year's superior performance because of the extra challenges presented by COVID. There was no band camp or camp for the drum majors. The band directors designed the performance to ensure safe spacing for the students during the entire show. The instruments have been outfitted with special bell covers and students received special mouthpiece sanitizer if applicable. All students wore masks except when actually playing and they got screened before each practice.

The actual festival rated performance was held at the Bedford Community Stadium on October 12th with an MSBOA official there to record the performance. In our area, only 8 marching bands participated in the festival with each performing individually. Once all the performances were complete, the adjudicators reviewed the recordings to assign the ratings which we returned on October 29th with the news of another Superior rating for the Bedford Kicking Mules Marching Band.

Posted on 11/9/2020


Order Your 2020-2021 Yearbook

There is still time to order a yearbook. The 2021 Talisman will be a true historical document of a year in the life of Bedford High School! The cost is now $75 until January 8th. After this date it will go up another $10. Any questions? Email Mr. Sanderson. Go to and search for Bedford High School.


The 2021 Yearbook Staff is looking for YOUR pictures! We are going to continue the success we've had in making a great yearbook and, given the virtual nature of our world today, need any and all pictures you have of student/staff life in and around Bedford High School. We encourage you to download the free YEARBOOK SNAP app where you can search for Bedford High School and use the code "bedfordhs" to upload any and all pics. These pictures will then be reviewed for possible use in the yearbook. Take pictures early and often, and send them our way!


Pictures can be ordered online at
Please use Picture Day ID: EVT72T78P


You can see our full list of Community Education programs and register online at More programs and activities will be added for this winter as they become available.

Ed2Go offers a full array of online Career Training programs in multiple fields. Go to for a complete list

Follow Community Ed on Facebook for updates on their new programs and activities:

Posted on 9/18/2020

The Bedford High School Faculty & Staff BELIEVES That:

  • All students will learn.
  • Success breeds success.
  • Learning is a life-long process.
  • We as a school community control the educational environment and the conditions for each student to be successful while in our care.
  • Education is the shared responsibility of our school, students, families and community.

Our Vision:

Bedford High School’s staff will provide a stimulating learning environment and prepare students to contribute to the global economy by providing a challenging curriculum that is student centered, goal oriented, and research based.

Bedford High School
8285 Jackman Road, Temperance, MI 48182
Phone: 734-850-6100
Attendance: 734-850-6110
Counseling Office: 734-850-6111
Fax: 734-850-6199

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