Bridgeport ISD

Pride in Performance

An empowering district working together to make success a reality

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Bridgeport ISD Central Office
2107 15th  St.
Bridgeport, TX  76426
Ph: 940.683.5124
Fax: 940.683.4268
 
Superintendent: Eddie Bland 

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  • Sissies Softball Plays for Bi-District Championship
    The Sissies Softball team finished the regular season with a second place finish in district.  Congratulations to the softball players and coaches on a great run thru district and best of luck as they now prepare for the playoffs.
    The Sissies will be playing Venus HS on Thursday, April 30 for the Bi-District Championship.  The game will be played at Boswell High School and will begin at 6:00 PM.  It will be a one game playoff series, so come support the Sissies.
     
    Boswell High School
    5805 W. Bailey Boswell Road
    Ft. Worth, TX  76179 
     
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  • BHS State Qualifiers
    Several teams at BHS have qualified for State Competition.  Congratulations and Good Luck.
     
    FFA Nursery/Landscape Team
    Carlos Uribe
    Carson Beseau
    Mary Trammell
    Yanet Ortiz
     
    FFA Floriculture Team 
    Madison Trammell
    Hanna Huya
    Meagan Lopez
    Andylynn Heckert
     
    Girls Golf Team
    Tournament is 4/27-4/28 in Austin 
    Lexi Read
    Brooke Irion
    Katie Hudson
    Abbi Hatton
    Remi Swensson 
     
    FFA Meat Judging Team 
     
    FEA (Future Educators) National Conference 
    Destiny Krahn
    Maegen Rivera 
     
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  •  BISD Art Show
    The 2014-15 BISD Art Show was held on Thursday, April 9.  Students' art work from grades K-12 was showcased for the community to view.  BISD has some very talented students.
     
     
     
     
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  • 4A State Basketball Champs!

     
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Our Beliefs

Our Beliefs
District Mission
An empowering district working together to make success a reality.
 
District Vision
Bridgeport ISD is committed to preparing students to use technology to problem-solve, think creatively, communicate, and work with others in order to become successful students and productive citizens.
 
District Core Beliefs
  • Student centered learning is the priority and is the basis for all decisions
  • Effective communication and collaboration builds trust among all stakeholders
  • Data drives decisions
  • Everyone is a uniquely talented learner and contributor
  • Leaders recognize and empower the expertise of students, staff, and parents
  • A safe, nurturing, and flexible environment is critical to success
  • High expectations yield high results for all learners
  • Assessment of learning is multi-faceted, learner-centered, and values mastery
  • Lifelong learners will produce educated citizens for a prosperous society
  • Education is a shared partnership with the community
  • Organizational transformation is necessary to equip 21st century learners
  • Technology's potential must be embraced and focused on learning 
 

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