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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  • Post-Season Basketball Honors
    Congratulations to the following Basketball Players for their post-season individual honors that have been awarded to them.
     
    Bulls Basketball 
    Jacob Tibbels ~   
       8 4A Honorable Mention
    Andrew Horton ~
       8 4A Honorable Mention
    Chayton Stotts ~
       8 4A Honorable Mention
    Jacob Del Angel ~
       8 4A First Team All District
    Ethan Chapman ~
       8 4A First Team All District 
     
    Keenan Holdman ~
       8 4A Defensive MVP
       TABC 4A Region 1 All Region Team
       4A State Tournament All Tournament Team
    Devonte Patterson ~
       TABC 4A Region 1 All Region Team
       4A Region 1 Tournament All Tournament Team
       4A State Tournament All Tournament Team
    Caleb Smith ~
       8 4A District MVP
       TABC 4A Region 1 All Region Team
       4A Region 1 Tournament MVP
       4A State Tournament MVP
       TABC 4A All State Team 
     
    Sissies Basketball 
    Elaina Peyton~   
       8 4A Honorable Mention
    Taylor Stone ~
       8 4A Honorable Mention
    Lauren Stowers ~
       8 4A 2nd Team All District
    Gabby Mindieta ~
       8 4A 2nd Team All District
     
    Bailey Thompson ~
       8 4A First Team All District
    Landrie Walsh ~
    8 4A First Team All District 
    Diana Garcia ~
       8 4A Co-Defensive MVP 
    Abbi Hatton ~
       8 4A 6th Man
     
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  • Bulls are State Champions

    Congratulations to Coach Green and the Bridgeport Bulls Basketball Team!  They are 4A State Champions.  We are proud of you and all you have accomplished.
     
     State Champs  State Champs
     
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  • Bridgeport ISD Community Surveys
    BISD hopes that your experiences have been educational, rewarding, and enjoyable.  In planning for our 2015-16 annual comprehensive needs assessment, it is important to know about your experiences and if we met your needs.  We would appreciate your help in improving the educational services provided by completing this brief questionnaire.  Feedback will be collected through March 14, 2015.  Thank you.
     
     
     
     
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  • Team W.I.S.E. Qualifies for State
    Team WISE (Wise-County Identity Safety Education) placed first in the Leadership category of the Middle Division of the Community Problem Solvers state competition.  The team's project will be on display at the Texas Future Problem Solvers' State Bowl in Austin on April 24-26.
     
    The team's underlying problem is:
    How might we, Team W.I.S.E. (Wise County Identity Safety Education),
    in the year 2015 and beyond, broaden the
    identity safety skills of Wise County citizens so
    that identities don't fall into the hands of thieves. 
     
    The students will collect data from the shred day they are hosting on March 28.  After analyzing the data, they hope to persuade a local organization to continue the shred day as an annual event. 
     
    The team was evaluated on a 6-page paper, addendum, scrapbook, and public service announcement (PSA).
     
    Members of Team W.I.S.E:  Haley Barton, Emily Casper, Cassady Craddock, Zach Eubanks, Ayla Foskey, Camden Hand, Christian Hand, Ian Helsel, Grace Hiler, Halle Holbrook, Kyler Holley, Ashley Ingram, Katelyn Lanfear, Samuel Lara, Jadon Maddux, Jacob Marshall, Bryson Morrow, Aubrey Powers, Beka Powers, Alyanna Ramirez, Jacob Richey, Kirby Russell, Blake Sutherland, Travis VanHoose, Abigail Whisenant. 
    Team Wise state  
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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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