Bridgeport ISD

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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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  • Mr. Bland Speaks at NTAASB
    The North Texas Area Association of School Boards (NTAASB) met on November 19, 2014 in Denton ISD.  The topic of discussion was 'Resilience - How to Survive and Thrive in Today's Political Climate'.  The program provided a perspective on how districts and the trustees serving those districts can increase their local advocacy.  Mr. Eddie Bland, Superintendent of Bridgeport ISD, was selected to be one of the panel members for this discussion.  Mr. Bland spoke about the need to contact legislators with concerns.  Providing adequate funding to service centers, which support small school districts, was an additional topic of discussion.  Other members of the panel were Mr. David D. Anderson, Dr. Mike Moses, and Dr. David Vinson.  Mr. Anderson has managed the HillCo Partners' education policy and advocacy work since 2003.  He is recognized across Texas and the country for his insights on educational policy and handles client interests in a number of different disciplines.  He previously served as the managing director of curriculum at TEA.  Dr. Mike Moses has been an educator for over thirty years, including superintendent of the Dallas ISD and Commissioner of Education for the State of Texas.  He is currently a Distinguished Professor of Educational Administration at the University of North Texas and also serves as a senior educational advisor for Raise Your Hand Texas and The Center for Reform of School Systems.  Dr. David Vinson currently serves as the Superintendent of Wylie ISD and has more than twenty years of experience in public education.  He holds a doctorate in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis on character education.
    Mr. Bland has been the superintendent in the Bridgeport ISD since August 2006.  For the past five years, he has represented the Region 11 ESC on the Texas Association of School Administrators Legislative Committee and currently serves as the co-legislative chairman for the Texas Association of Community Schools.  Others in attendance from Bridgeport ISD included School Board Members Tom Talley and Jim Bost, BISD Administrators Debi Meng, Gina Florence, and Patricia Hernandez. 
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  • BHS had 27 TAFE State Qualifiers
    Karla Bevel and Lori Hancock took 33 Bridgeport High School students, ranging from 4th year competitors down to first time competitors, to the Region XI TAFE (Texas Association of Future Educators) Conference held at Weatherford College Wise County.   BHS had 27 students qualify for the TAFE State Conference scheduled for February in Lubbock.  Congratulations.
    State Qualifiers are:
    Bulletin Board Competition*
       Team of daniela Fraga & Mayra Perez
       Team of Graciela Martinez & Deizy Ruvalcaba
       Team of Taylor Stone & Kensley Turner
       Team of Esmeralda Rangel & Lexi Read
    Chapter Yearbook Competition*
       Team of Constance Caraway, Brittany Hall, Brittany Isenberg & Casey Jones
    Educational Leadership Fundamentals Competition*
       Anna Arquette
       Yesica Gonzalez
       Graciela Martinez
       Meagen Rivera
       Deizy Ruvalcaba
    Portfolio Competition*
       Anna Arquette
       Marisol Mireles
       AnaErika Rangel
       Esmeralda Rangel
       Kendall Scott
       Dawson Smith
       Alexis Ureste
    Project Visualize Competition*
       Team of Sterling Mitchell, Lucero Perez & Beatriz Rosales
       Team of Esmeralda Diaz, Yusmary Ortiz & Estrella Perez
    TAFE/FEA Recruitment & Marketing Contest**
       Team of Anna Arquette & Meagen Rivera
    Service Project Presentation Contest**
       Team of Destiny Krahn & Meagen Rivera
    *State Contest
    **National Contest 
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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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