"Dedicated to providing opportunities to generate success for all."
We live in a cattle and agricultural community and we need to take advantages of that. We also live a community that has always been generous and supportive of the school, so I know this program will be successful and continue for many years to come.
Bridgeport Public Schools formed a foundation. Area residents, school board members and school staff have come together to form the foundation board of directors. They have created the following brochure outlining the foundation's mission.
The purpose of Bridgeport School Foundation is to provide support, through donations and services, to many areas of the school and to benefit students, teachers, and community with funds that may not be otherwise available.
Creating and maintaining a collaborative and safe environment where personal relationships and mutual respect are valued to insure life-long learners.
Instruction encourages all students to be lifelong learners by providing clear objectives and standards, with active engagement in critical thinking relevant for the 21st century.
All curricula will provide a balance of rigorous and consistent opportunities, technology intervention, and incorporates multiple modalities to obtain academic success.
Assessment tools will be used to assess prior knowledge, monitor student progress and evaluate student growth on district and state standards over the course of their education.
Improve the reading comprehension skills of the students.
Improve writing skills of the students by incorporating the 6 Trait writing strategies in all classrooms
NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION Bridgeport Public School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, or age or in admission or access to, or treatment of employment or educational programs and activities.
The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the School District’s non-discrimination policies: Chuck Lambert, who may be contacted in writing at 800 Q St, Box 430, Bridgeport NE 69336-0430 by e-mail at CLambert@bpsbulldogs.org or by telephone at (308) 262-1470.
Any person may also contact the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, by email at OCR.KansasCity@ed.gov; by telephone at (816) 268-0550; or by fax at (816) 268-0599, regarding compliance with the regulations implementing Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, or any other applicable laws.