South Elementary School’s Art Show featured a variety of pieces made primarily from repurposed materials. The eco-themed show, scheduled by a fortunate coincidence for Earth Day last week, served as an opportunity for families to learn how everyday items that often end up in the waste stream can be repurposed into works of art. “It’s
Barbara T. Cross, 85, of Bedford died April 21, 2015 at Carlyle Place in Bedford surrounded by her family. She was born in Beverly, Mass., on April 1, 1930, a daughter of the late Wilfred and Lillian (Dupere) Boisvert. She had resided in Bedford for the past three years, formerly living in Epping and Vero,
As the School District investigates implementing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education into the curriculum, individual schools are introducing students to STEM with special activities and events. Last week, North Elementary School celebrated National Library Week by offering students the chance to participate in a variety of STEM activities in the library each day.