Bradford Male Holy Rosary Nominee Jake Deates and Holy Rosary Female Athlete of the Year Sydney Strelow. Students in Ms. Schicantek's Honors Geometry class taught each other through video. The students used flipgrid (Snapchat for the classroom) to teach how to do a problem off of their practice final exam. Students in Ms. Schicantek's Honors Geometry class taught each other through video. The students used flipgrid (Snapchat for the classroom) to teach how to do a problem off of their practice final exam. Students in Ms. Schicantek's Honors Geometry class taught each other through video. The students used flipgrid (Snapchat for the classroom) to teach how to do a problem off of their practice final exam. Students in Ms. Schicantek's Honors Geometry class taught each other through video. The students used flipgrid (Snapchat for the classroom) to teach how to do a problem off of their practice final exam. Students in Ms. Schicantek's Honors Geometry class taught each other through video. The students used flipgrid (Snapchat for the classroom) to teach how to do a problem off of their practice final exam. Students in Ms. Schicantek's Honors Geometry class taught each other through video. The students used flipgrid (Snapchat for the classroom) to teach how to do a problem off of their practice final exam. Students in Ms. Schicantek's Honors Geometry class taught each other through video. The students used flipgrid (Snapchat for the classroom) to teach how to do a problem off of their practice final exam. Students in Ms. Schicantek's Honors Geometry class taught each other through video. The students used flipgrid (Snapchat for the classroom) to teach how to do a problem off of their practice final exam. Students in Ms. Schicantek's Honors Geometry class taught each other through video. The students used flipgrid (Snapchat for the classroom) to teach how to do a problem off of their practice final exam. Students in Ms. Schicantek's Honors Geometry class taught each other through video. The students used flipgrid (Snapchat for the classroom) to teach how to do a problem off of their practice final exam. Freshmen students from Mr. Menor's first semester PE Foundations class enjoy a workout in the weight room. Freshmen students from Mr. Menor's first semester PE Foundations class enjoy a workout in the weight room. Freshmen students from Mr. Menor's first semester PE Foundations class enjoy a workout in the weight room. Freshmen students from Mr. Menor's first semester PE Foundations class enjoy a workout in the weight room. Freshmen students from Mr. Menor's first semester PE Foundations class enjoy a workout in the weight room. Freshmen students from Mr. Menor's first semester PE Foundations class enjoy a workout in the weight room. Freshmen students from Mr. Menor's first semester PE Foundations class enjoy a workout in the weight room. Freshmen students from Mr. Menor's first semester PE Foundations class enjoy a workout in the weight room. Freshmen students from Mr. Menor's first semester PE Foundations class enjoy a workout in the weight room. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class get creative making 'stop motion videos' using clay. They demonstrated their understanding of muscle action potential initiation at the neuromuscular junction and sliding filament theory. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class get creative making 'stop motion videos' using clay. They demonstrated their understanding of muscle action potential initiation at the neuromuscular junction and sliding filament theory. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class get creative making 'stop motion videos' using clay. They demonstrated their understanding of muscle action potential initiation at the neuromuscular junction and sliding filament theory. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class get creative making 'stop motion videos' using clay. They demonstrated their understanding of muscle action potential initiation at the neuromuscular junction and sliding filament theory. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class get creative making 'stop motion videos' using clay. They demonstrated their understanding of muscle action potential initiation at the neuromuscular junction and sliding filament theory. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class get creative making 'stop motion videos' using clay. They demonstrated their understanding of muscle action potential initiation at the neuromuscular junction and sliding filament theory. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class get creative making 'stop motion videos' using clay. They demonstrated their understanding of muscle action potential initiation at the neuromuscular junction and sliding filament theory. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class get creative making 'stop motion videos' using clay. They demonstrated their understanding of muscle action potential initiation at the neuromuscular junction and sliding filament theory. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class get creative making 'stop motion videos' using clay. They demonstrated their understanding of muscle action potential initiation at the neuromuscular junction and sliding filament theory. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class get creative making 'stop motion videos' using clay. They demonstrated their understanding of muscle action potential initiation at the neuromuscular junction and sliding filament theory. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class showcased their creativity when they created one of a kind 'Holiday Anatomy Sweaters'. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class showcased their creativity when they created one of a kind 'Holiday Anatomy Sweaters'. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class showcased their creativity when they created one of a kind 'Holiday Anatomy Sweaters'. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class showcased their creativity when they created one of a kind 'Holiday Anatomy Sweaters'. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class showcased their creativity when they created one of a kind 'Holiday Anatomy Sweaters'. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class showcased their creativity when they created one of a kind 'Holiday Anatomy Sweaters'. Anatomy & Physiology students in Ms. Akina's class showcased their creativity when they created one of a kind 'Holiday Anatomy Sweaters'. Bradford's FBLA collected over 500 books and 46 coats during December & January service learning projects. They delivered coats, hats, mittens, boots to the Salvation Army for the Coats for Kids Program with a total of 94 items. Books were donated to Women's & Children's Horizons, Salvation Army and the VA Medical Center. Bradford's FBLA collected over 500 books and 46 coats during December & January service learning projects. They delivered coats, hats, mittens, boots to the Salvation Army for the Coats for Kids Program with a total of 94 items. Books were donated to Women's & Children's Horizons, Salvation Army and the VA Medical Center. Bradford's FBLA collected over 500 books and 46 coats during December & January service learning projects. They delivered coats, hats, mittens, boots to the Salvation Army for the Coats for Kids Program with a total of 94 items. Books were donated to Women's & Children's Horizons, Salvation Army and the VA Medical Center. Bradford's FBLA collected over 500 books and 46 coats during December & January service learning projects. They delivered coats, hats, mittens, boots to the Salvation Army for the Coats for Kids Program with a total of 94 items. Books were donated to Women's & Children's Horizons, Salvation Army and the VA Medical Center. Bradford's FBLA collected over 500 books and 46 coats during December & January service learning projects. They delivered coats, hats, mittens, boots to the Salvation Army for the Coats for Kids Program with a total of 94 items. Books were donated to Women's & Children's Horizons, Salvation Army and the VA Medical Center. Bradford's FBLA collected over 500 books and 46 coats during December & January service learning projects. They delivered coats, hats, mittens, boots to the Salvation Army for the Coats for Kids Program with a total of 94 items. Books were donated to Women's & Children's Horizons, Salvation Army and the VA Medical Center. Bradford's FBLA collected over 500 books and 46 coats during December & January service learning projects. They delivered coats, hats, mittens, boots to the Salvation Army for the Coats for Kids Program with a total of 94 items. Books were donated to Women's & Children's Horizons, Salvation Army and the VA Medical Center. Bradford's FBLA collected over 500 books and 46 coats during December & January service learning projects. They delivered coats, hats, mittens, boots to the Salvation Army for the Coats for Kids Program with a total of 94 items. Books were donated to Women's & Children's Horizons, Salvation Army and the VA Medical Center. Bradford's FBLA collected over 500 books and 46 coats during December & January service learning projects. They delivered coats, hats, mittens, boots to the Salvation Army for the Coats for Kids Program with a total of 94 items. Books were donated to Women's & Children's Horizons, Salvation Army and the VA Medical Center.


Events/Notices

2019 Student Art Exhibit
Moving Forward - Dance Show
Student Art Exhibit Dance Show 2019

Opening: March 22, 5-7 pm

For additional information (click here) or contact KUSD Fine Arts Dept. at 262-359-6388

When: April 4th, 5th & 6th at 7:30 pm

Where: Bradford Auditorium

Cost: Tickets are $5

District Programs Available (click Topic for more info)
Youth Mental Health & Wellness E-Cigarettes: What We All Should Know 39th Annual Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Awarness Week
Tuesday, April 9 (6:30 -8 pm) Mahone Middle School Thursday, April 11, (5:30 - dinner, 6:00 pm program) at Bradford High School April 6 -12th. All programs FREE. To register call 359-2256

Bradford HS Snow/Cold Make Up Day Schedule - English or Spanish

When

April 11 @ 6:30 pm Talent Show 2019
Where Bradford Auditorium
Cost $5
All Proceeds Will Support Cancer Research and Clinical Trials Through The Triumph Fund.
Click here for flyer
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The Wisconsin Forward Exam is a mandated state test given each year. At Bradford, all 10th graders will take the Forward Social Studies Exam one morning during the week of March 18th. Students will be notified of their testing date via World History classes. For more information, please see DPI’s brochure and please call with any questions - English or Spanish

Planetarium March Madness
Find out what March, Mars, and the Sun have in common. Free Admission!
Check-out Mars Madness while you can.

Saturdays on March 23rd and 30th - 10:30 - 11:30 am

Are you someone interested in Nursing, 3D-Modeling, or the world of Robotics and manufacturing? We have some upcoming field trips just for you. Tour Snap On’s Innovation room, or check out Uline manufacturing to see how robotics and distribution work, or learn about the Nursing program at Herzing University. Permission slips can be picked up outside room 217 and are due back to your counselor by Friday March 15th.

OPENS March 18, 2019 at 7:00 am

If you have any questions, call the Office of Student Management
at 359-7562 (M-F 7:30 am to 3:00 pm)

  • March 19
    6:45 AM NHS meeting (Library)
    5:45 PM Wrestling Banquet (Cafeteria)
    4:00 PM JV Track meet (Away at ITA)
    Forward Testing
  • March 20
    6:45 AM Student Voices (Library)
    3:25 Staff Collaboration
    3:00 Construction meeting with staff (Auditorium)
    5:30 Active Parenting (Cafeteria and Library/Pat Demos)
    7:30 Girls Soccer Parent meeting (Cafeteria)
    Forward Testing
  • March 21
    3:00 Key Club (Library)
    4:15 PM Indoor Track Meet (Fieldhouse)
    5:30 Softball Parenting meeting (Cafeteria)
    Forward Testing
  • March 22
    2:05 FBLA meeting in 231
    7:30 Oliver Performance (Auditorium)
  • March 23
    9:30 AM Varsity Track Meet (UW-Parkside)       
    10:30 Mars Madness - Bradford Planetarium
    7:30 Oliver Performance (Auditorium)
  • March 24
    2:00 Oliver Performance (Auditorium)
  • Classlink is your student’s digital backpack - providing KUSD students easy access to online classroom resources. Click here for login information. How to do you access Classlink from home? https://launchpad.classlink.com/kusd will access Google Drive, Student G-mail, Infinite Campus, textbooks, etc. with one click. You can also access from Quick Links on left side of website.
  • KUSD Theatre: Season information and order tickets
  • Do you shop online through Amazon? Please consider using Amazon Smile as Amazon will contribute 1/2% of all sales to an organization of your choice--please select the Wisconsin FBLA-PBL Foundation.
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    What is the Bradford Excellence Project?

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