View Video From 2018 Automile Classic 5K Run & 2 Mile Walk

5K Run Results

5K Run Results (by Age group)

2 Mile Walk Results



Rachel Adelstein – Parent/Child Reading – $500.00
Katie Campbell – Extra, Extra! Read all About it – $370.00
Alison Duiker – Spreading the Bearcat Spirit – $475.92
Jennifer Gates – Aquarium Food Chains – $255.80
Michelle Hinegardner – Connecting Curriculum to the Community – $209.00
Bret Johnson – Life Lesson Learning– $494.75
Shenee King – Reluctant Readers Periodical Review – $354.90
Ann Laslo – Dyna Math – $279.60
Shonda Martin – The Reading Cafe – $485.87
Jana Petite – Rad Rithmetic Recess – $500.00
Jennifer Shauf – Drummin Our Way to Success – $315.00
Shawn Smith – Hooting it up About Owl Pellets!– $368.25
Joe Sovacool – BrainPop for a Bearcat – $425.00
Amanda St. Clair – Extra! Extra! Read all About It! – $370.00
Mary Ann Strenk – $500.00

2018 Teacher Grant Total – $5904.09



UPDATE – Denzel’s NFL Combine performance raised $6,313.  (3rd highest amount raised)

Best wishes on a Very Bright Future!

Proceeds benefit Bedford City Schools Foundation – Paul G. Ward Jr. Scholarship

As I take the next step toward my NFL dream, it is my duty, honor and privilege to use my performance at the NFL Combine to support the Paul G. Ward Jr. Scholarship Fund. Please join me by pledging for every inch of my vertical leap at the 2018 NFL Combine.

My family, along with the school district’s officials, created the Paul G. Ward Jr. Scholarship, to reward deserving high school seniors who have demonstrated academic drive, hard work and determination in their pursuit of higher education. This scholarship will financially support qualifying students with a yearly allotment that will defray the high costs associated with attending a college or university.


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 BCSF President Emeritus, Hilary Taylor featured on NewsNet5

On Veterans Day, Cleveland attorney and veteran Hilary Taylor recalled how war caught him even as he served in the United States.  An army officer, assigned to inform parents face-to-face news that their son had been killed in the war in Vietnam.

Veterans Day is to give thanks to those who wore and wear the U.S. military uniform whether in war or peace.  At the western campus of Cuyahoga Community College, there are reminders of American sacrifice.

For veteran Hilary Taylor, only weeks after he told parents their son had died in Vietnam, he, himself, fought in Vietnam.   There, he saw Americans die in battle.


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