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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  • Health Advisory
    We have a confirmed case of Pertussis, also known as Whooping Cough on our Intermediate School Campus.  Our student has siblings at Bridgeport Middle School and Bridgeport High School that currently do not have any symptoms.  We want to take every precaution so all are aware.  Students that have been vaccinated are generally protected and have a milder case if it is contracted.  The following information is provided from the Texas State Department of Health Services.  Please remind your student about healthy habits for staying well.
    Letter from BIS    English  |  Spanish   
    Information from Texas Health Department     English   |   Spanish
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  • BrightBytes Survey
    We are partnering with BrightBytes, an educational research organization, in order to learn more about our students' school and home technology use for learning.  For that reason, we are reaching out to ask you to take part in the five minute CASE questionnaire.  Your participation is essential in helping us form a more complete picture of technology use for learning in your students' lives.  Please know that all of your responses will remain anonymous to protect your privacy.
    Click on the link of your eldest students' campus for a flyer which contains access to the survey. The survey is open to parents of students in grades 3 - 12.  Please complete only one campus' survey.  Students and teachers will be completing their own surveys as well.
    Deadline:  Friday, October 31 
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  • BHS Engineering Team Qualifies for Texas BEST with 2nd Place Finish in Waco

    The Bridgeport High School Robotics team, Bridgeport Engineering, competed at the Heart of Texas BEST competition at University High School in Waco last Saturday with their robot “Knucklehead."

    The team was awarded the best rookie team award and finished in 2nd place in the game competition.  With the second place finish in the game competition, the team qualifies to compete at the Texas BEST competition November 14-15 at the Culwell Center in Garland.  There are 2 sides to the competition.  A head to head competition of whose robot scores the most points on the obstacle course field.  The other side to the competition involves 6 aspects.  Part one is robot performance on the field.  Part two is an engineering notebook that documents the 6 week process of the students building the robot.  Part three is a 20 minute presentation followed by a 5 minute Q&A session.  Part four is an exhibit booth.  Part five is sportsmanship.  Part six is team spirit.

    Our students qualified to go to Texas BEST because they achieved 2nd place in the head to head competition.  While they did compete in the other aspects, it was the product, the robot, that was built that won the day for us.

    We are currently working to improve the other aspects of the competition for state.  The Texas BEST competition includes the top teams from the states of Texas and New Mexico.  For more information on the BEST contest, see

    Team members who competed in Waco on Saturday:

    J.D. Garrett
    Keaton Harveson
    Gus White
    Timmy Tamplen
    Elizabeth Highlander (McCarroll Middle School, Decatur ISD)

    Stuart Highlander:  teacher @BHS
    Jon Schuler:  teacher @BHS
    Donn Arnold:  retired educator 

    Saturday was a good day for Bridgeport Engineering.

    BHS Engineering Team  
    BHS Engineering Team 
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  • iRead @The Field is Gearing Up
    We are now preparing for the Second Annual iRead At The Field Event.
    When:  October 27, 2014 @6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    Where:  Bull Memorial Stadium
    Families are invited to bring books and blankets to the stadium to read and participate in this community wide event.  There will be storytelling, face-painting, book-walk, and a half-price book fair.  Listen to favorite books read by Bridgeport Cheerleaders, Theater Students and your Principals.  The campus with the most in attendance will win a READ-A-THON.
    Come read and enjoy a free hot dog, donate used/old books to the Bridgeport Bookcase Project, and enter to win prizes. 
    Download the Flyer
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  • New Administrators Named
    The Intermediate School and Elementary School each have new administrators.  Rita Lemoine was named the new Principal at Bridgeport Intermediate School and Kim Farrow was named the new Assistant Principal at Bridgeport Elementary School.  Rita was previously the Assistant Principal at BES until being named as the Principal at BIS.  Replacing Rita at BES is Kim Farrow.  Kim came to us from NWISD this year.  She was initially hired as the Instructional Coach for BES and will take on both roles for the time being.  Congratulations to both of these outstanding educators.
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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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