BridgesWork Programs

BridgesWork offers school-year monthly and summer programs to help achieve our mission goals to “to participate in the lives of children, equipping them through academic growth, spiritual development, and service to others so that each child can identify future dreams and build bridges to move from those dreams to reality.”

BridgesWork 2019 Summer Reading and Enrichment Program for Grades 1-3

“My Books Help Me Build Bridges”

July 8-July 19, 2019

Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

at Martin United Methodist Church,
2621 Bedford Road, Bedford, Texas 76021

It is the goal of this program to provide children who will be enrolled in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade for the 2019-2020 school year an opportunity to increase their reading skills and participate in enrichment activities that include music, spiritual awareness and character development. Reading classes will be taught by Texas certified teachers. Music classes will be taught by an HEBISD enrichment program teacher.

There is no charge for qualifying students. Tuition, transportation, all supplies, a nutritional lunch and a daily snack will be provided by BridgesWork.


Each Friday the students participate in a field trip. In the past we have visited the Air and Space Museum at Love Field, the Artisan Theatre in Hurst and the Omni Theatre in Ft. Worth. Friday, July 19 we will celebrate the end of our summer camp with a FIELD DAY at the Trinity HIGH SCHOOL INDOOR ACTIVITY CENTER.

Transportation provided by HEB ISD. Bus stops include Midway Park El., Manchester Apartments, Wilshire El., South Euless El. Oakwood Terrace El., and Post Oak stops – Station 3700, Palo Alto and Post Oak East.

BridgesWork 2019 Summer Enrichment Camp for Grades 4-6

During the summer break students in grades 4-6 are invited to participate in enrichment activities that extend beyond an academic focus.

Classes will be taught by Texas state certified teachers.  Each Friday the students will participate in a field trip to a local attraction.   In the past we have visited the Artisan Theatre in Hurst and the Ft. Worth Museum of Science and History.

Program activities include:

  • Reading a NOVEL
  • Learning courage, responsibility patience and perseverance through BIBLE STUDY
  • Fun Friday Field Trips
  • CSI INVESTIGATIONS (grades 5 and 6)
  • Music and Mission (grade 4)

There is no charge for qualifying students. Tuition, transportation, all supplies, a nutritional lunch and a daily snack will be provided by BridgesWork.


Leadership Academy I:

Each year BridgesWork offers a number of FREE leadership development opportunities for students in grades 7-12. The initial curriculum for this program is based upon the Search Institute’s Internal Developmental Assets. Students who meet pre-set criteria are also eligible to participate in an out-of-state mission trip experience.

During this first week of leadership development local educators guide students through activities that represent focus on a different asset each day.

Leadership Academy II:  Students who have completed Leadership Academy I are eligible to participate in sessions designed to help them develop a concrete plan of action for their post-secondary school careers.

Leadership Academy III:  Students who have completed academies I and II are eligible to participate in an out-of-state mission trip experience.


There is no charge for qualifying students. Tuition, transportation, supplies, a daily nutritious lunch and snacks will be provided by BridgesWork.

Transportation will be provided from selected locations in the district to include, Post Oak East and Hillcrest Apartments, Wilshire Elementary, South Euless Elementary and Midway Park Elementary.


Contact: Dr. Jan Morgan 817.988.9454 or contact your child’s teacher.