The teachers, administration, and staff at Bridgman Public Schools truly love our students. Following are just a few examples of how at Bridgman Public Schools, we Learn by Heart.
Learn by Heart Articles
Keri Haskins helps high school students prepare for their future. Through the pandemic, she worked with a cross-functional team to advocate for mental health resources which led to the hiring of a social worker for the school district in 2021. Read the article!
Peggy Ferguson and the food services team at Bridgman Public Schools keep our students fueled to learn. Juggling food allergies, quarantined students, USDA requirements and snow days keeps them on their toes. Read the article!
Kim Lundin is inspiring her students both in the classroom and on the basketball court. Learn how she connects with each student in a meaningful way. Read the article!
Melissa Payne helps her students Learn by Heart both in the classroom and outdoors. Learn how she helps students to learn through the Garden Club and her Come & See Farm. Read the article!
For the past 23 years, Kelly Wells, science teacher at F.C. Reed Middle School has inspired and supported students and teachers alike. Read the article!
Shannon Woerdehoff collaborates with counselors at all three Bridgman schools to support students so they can thrive in school, at home and through life. Read the article!
Whether marching band, concert band, pep band, jazz band, solo & ensemble or All Star band, Cliff Reppart has a mission to make band fun, which leads to outstanding performances. Read the article!
Erin Korson dove into her new job as art teacher at F.C. Reed Middle School when she was hired right before school started. Since then, she has inspired creativity in her students. Read the article!
Principal Lori Graves has been known to be a great listener and is always there to support her students, their families and Bridgman Elementary staff. Read the article!
Principal John Truesdell is makes the wellbeing of others a priority and shows immense support and dedication to his teachers, staff, students & parents. Read the article!
Principal Gerald Heath is always willing to roll up his sleeves and pitch in wherever needed. Read the article!