PRINCIPAL WINTER READING NIGHT-January 24th

PRINCIPAL WINTER READING NIGHT: Dress in your PJ’s, bring a blanket and come listen to all the Bedford Principal’s read you a story. This fun filled family event will be held on Thursday, January 24th at the McKelvie Intermediate School cafeteria. Choose between two session times 4:30pm or 6:30pm, click HERE for more details.

If you plan to attend, be sure to REGISTER for this event by January 18th, by filling out this REGISTRATION FORM

Coffee and Conversation with Interim Superintendent Mike Fournier

Hosted by the PTG, Interim Superintendent Mike Fournier invites you to “Coffee and Conversation”, Tuesday, January 8th, 6:30PM at Bedford Town Library (Richmond Meeting Room)…LIMITED SEATING-RSVP REQUIRED.

This will be a small, informal gathering to discuss Bedford School District happenings. 

In order to be more interactive and personal, seating is limited so you must RSVP here… Coffee&ConversationSignUp  if you wish to attend.

This will be a discussion based gathering, so questions and comments will be encouraged.

Social Media: A Predator’s Playground Presentation Link

On December 4th, at Lurgio, Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Member and Bedford Police Department Detective Matt Fleming presented an informative and chilling presentation, for an adult audience, of the dangers lurking on the web that can lure children into a dangerous situation. Below is a link to the presentation, it is candid and graphic and intended for an adult audience. It should be viewed with caution for any child that has not reached the age of 13. Parental discretion is advised for anyone younger.

Social Media: A Predator’s Playground with Bedford Detective Matt Fleming. Presented at the Ross A. Lurgio School 12-4-2018

Social Media Presentation-Det. Matt Fleming, December 4th

DETECTIVE MATT FLEMING PRESENTS…Social Media: A Predator’s Playground: Tuesday, December 4th, 7pm in the Ross A. Lurgio Media Center.

Bedford PTG and Ross A. Lurgio Middle School are proud to host Detective Matt Fleming of the Bedford Police Department as he presents about the dangers that teens face on social media. This 1.5 hour presentation is specifically geared towards parents, educators and community leaders who are looking to better understand the technology available to teens today and the ways in which child predators use it to exploit them. Parents who wish to bring their children should use caution as the subject matter is very mature. Click here for more information.