Bradley eNews – October 22, 2021
Good Afternoon Jaguar Families,
I would like to begin by saying congratulations to Nurah Baseer, who received the Honda-Ohio State STEM Award for the Class of 2022! The Honda-OSU Partnership is an academic-industry partnership that supports programs in education, research and public service that positively impact transportation
Next Thursday, our Sophomore and Junior classes will be attending the Skilled Trades Expo at the Franklin County Fairgrounds in Hilliard. During the trip students will be exposed to multiple industry companies that will be showcasing products and services through interactive demonstrations. We are excited to participate in this year’s event and are looking forward to this opportunity for our students.
The second quarter of the school year is well underway and I hope everything is going well for you and your son/daughter. Is there a member of the staff who has made or is making a difference in your student’s life at school? If so, consider nominating that person for staff member of the month. You can recognize anyone who works for Bradley High School — teachers, administrators, aides, office staff, custodial staff or food-service workers. CLICK HERE to nominate a Staff Member of the Month for the month.
Have a great weekend and Go Jags!!!
Counselor News – October 2021
October is a great time to finish work on your common application process, remember that November 1 is a deadline for most colleges to receive financial aid. Your application must be submitted by the November 1 deadline. Colleges are coming to Bradley to talk about their schools. Please sign up through Naviance, you will find the dates and time of their visits. The school counselor web site has a link on how to complete the common application process, check it out.
On October 28, all sophomore and junior students will attend the first-ever Hilliard City Schools Skilled Trades Expo. In partnership with the Ohio Contractors Association, the Associated General Contractors of America, and the Building Trades Council, our students will learn about different career pathways through hands-on experiences. Hilliard buses will take students from their home school to the Franklin County Fairgrounds for the hour and a half experience. Let’s get “Ready for Tomorrow”
Attention AP Students and Parents: It is time to register for AP Exams. Taking these exams gives you the opportunity to earn college credit. Do not miss out on this opportunity! The registration window will be open September 27th – October 25th. Please note you must pay the exam fee to complete the registration process. Being registered on College Board does not order an exam. Payment must be completed to complete the exam order. The cost of each exam is $96. If you completed the free/reduced lunch application and were approved, you qualify for a reduced fee of $53 per exam. Credit card (preferred payment method), cash or check are accepted. You can pay with a credit card online at MyPaymentsPlus. If by check please make payable to Hilliard City Schools. Payment is due in full by October 25th. There will be a $40 late fee for any exam order after October 25th. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Buscemi or Mrs. Wintrich in the guidance office or they can be reached at Jessica_Buscemi@hboe.org or Melinda_Wintrich@hboe.org.
Skilled Trades Expo
On October 28, all sophomore and junior students will attend the first-ever Hilliard City Schools Skilled Trades Expo. In partnership with the Ohio Contractors Association, the Associated General Contractors of America, and the Building Trades Council, our students will learn about a variety of career pathways through hands-on experiences.
Hilliard buses will take students from their home school to the Franklin County Fairgrounds for the hour and a half experience. No students will be able to drive themselves. If they go over a lunch period, a brown bag lunch will be provided.
This experience is in alignment with the district’s career advising policy and will assist students with career exploration and planning. While many job sectors have reported slow to no job growth since the start of the pandemic, the skilled trades industry is seeing a boom across the nation.
Your students will receive more details as we get closer to October 28.
Senior Pictures due December 10th!
Seniors, plan when/where/how you’re going to take your senior photos now! Go to the Bradley Yearbook website for a list of requirements and details about submission. The deadline to submit your senior photo to the yearbook is Friday, December 10th, 2021.
Concessions Volunteers Needed
We Need You!! Please consider volunteering to work concessions for our home events! We have a few big weeks coming up and would love your support! Winter sports is just around the corner and those events will soon be posted. To sign up visit the Fall/Bradley Memorial Sign up Genius page. Concessions profits go back directly to both music and sports programs.
- Tuesday, November 2 – No School – Professional Development Day
- Tuesday, November 9 – Tolles presentation to Sophomore Class
- Wednesday, November 24 – Friday, November 26 – No School
Hilliard Schools is responsible for locating any child birth through 21 with a suspected disability who resides within the Hilliard School District. The school district provides special education services to any child who qualifies as having a disability according to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA) or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act ages 3 through 21 years of age. If you know of a child who is suspected to have a disability, please call Debbie Cochran, Director of Special Education, at 614-921-7000 or contact your building principal for more information.
Detección de Niños,
Las Escuelas de Hilliard son responsables de localizar a cualquier niño desde su nacimiento hasta los 21 años de edad que se sospeche discapacitado y él cual resida dentro de los limites del Distrito Escolar de Hilliard. El Distrito Escolar proporciona servicios de Educación Especial a cualquier niño que califique como tal, de acuerdo con la Ley del Mejoramiento Educativo pará los Individuos con Discapacidades (IDEIA de acuerdo con sus siglas en ingles) o la Sección 504 de la Ley Rehabilitación para las edades comprendidas entre los 3 hasta los 21 años de edad. Si Usted conoce a algún niño con discapacidades o tiene la sospecha de que sufre de alguna, por favor comuníquese con la Señora Debbie Cochran, Directora de Educación Especial, al teléfono 614-921-7000 o contáctese con el Director de la Escuela correspondiente a su área para mas información.