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2017-2018 Faculty & Staff -  being silly isn't just for kids! Even the principal elves are working feverishly this time of year! A visit with Santa at our "Cookies with Santa" event. A little hot cocoa and cookies at our "Cookies with Santa" event. Shopping at the Santa Shop at our "Cookies with Santa" event. Craft-making at our "Cookies with Santa" event. Mr. Jeff Owens (The Kasey Program sponsored by Koorsen Fire & Security) and his dogs taught our students about safety. Mr. Owens, his amazing dogs, and Emma reminding us of an important fire safety tip! Students in Texas enjoying the books donated by our families. Mr. Mullins, our principal, using the Bulldog Broadcast to remind students about working on their math and reading goals. Students learning about how water makes us healthy. Ms. Crow from the Louisville Water Company shared info. about how water gets from the Ohio River to us, as well as the importance of water in our lives. Parents attend an informational session at our Title I/RTA Family Night Students decorating bookmarks and pointers. Students enjoying their snacks at our recent family night. Nothing better than a comfy spot and a good book to read! Families choosing from books, donated by First Harrison Bank! Awesome 5th Grade wax museum! 5th graders playing their parts at the wax museum. Visitors tour the 5th grade was museum. The wax museum was a huge success...way to go 5th grade!!! Students preparing to watch the Red Riding Hood performance from the Blue Apple Outreach. The Big Bad Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood meet. A great performance...thanks to Ms. Clemens for securing the grant that made it possible!
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100 Acts of Kindness
5 Skills for Success

Ideas for practicing empathy all year long...whether you're at school or home!

 


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Adventure Ticket Winners
Adventure Ticket Winners

Adventure Ticket Winners for Dec. 8:

Savannah B. - TBD

Julie M. - safety patrol

Caylee H. - PJ Day

Ethan D. - extra computer time

Jayden S. - kindergarten helper

Emma H. - lunch with Ms. Compton & Mr. Jeff’s helper (double winner!!!)

Kailynn R. - board game with Ms. Bowser

Congratulations and keep up the great behavior!


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Cookies with Santa

Santa Claus

Join us for our first EVER Cookies with Santa!

There will be cookies, crafts, and of course pictures with Santa!  During this time, the Santa Shop will be open to allow you to shop with your child if you would like.  We look forward to seeing you!

December 12th

6:00 p.m.

@Lebanon Junction Elementary

*Sponsored by the Lebanon Junction PTA


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Important Immunization Changes

Important immunization changes are outlined in 902 KAR 2:060 for 2018-2019 school year.  Please note the following changes in order for your child to attend school:  

  • Effective July 1, 2018:  ALL students in kindergarten through twelfth grade must show proof of having received two doses of Hepatitis A vaccine to attend school.  These 2 shots must be given 6 months apart.  Please DON’T DELAY in getting these started.  Students will need to have the first dose before January and the second dose by July 1st.  This is a NEW school requirement.  Therefore, if your child has already been vaccinated, the school will need the certifications showing proof in order to enroll your child for the 2018-2019 school year.   

  • Students aged 16 years or older must show proof of having received two doses of Meningococcal vaccine to attend school.   If the first dose of meningitis vaccine was received at age sixteen (16) years or older, the second dose is not required for school entry. 


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Special In-District Transfers

SPECIAL IN-DISTRICT TRANSFERS

Parents may make application December 1 through January 15, for a student transfer in accordance with Board Policy to attend an Elementary or Middle School identified as accepting transfers for the next school year


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Bulldog of the Month/Writer Wall of Fame

November

Teacher

Bulldog of the Month

Writing Wall of Fame

Sullivan

Aubrey Leslie

Hank Shewmaker

Boone

Emerson Mattingly

Isabella McDaniel

McNeil

Kynzi Thompson

Logan Taylor

Wilson

Mattie Disney

Haleigh Richardson

Burchett

Izabella Nelson

Aubrey Bolin


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District Red Ribbon Ceremony
School and District Red Ribbon Winners

Old Mill Elementary School fifth grade student Shane Ritter composed such a powerful essay about the impact of substance abuse on his family, he was given a standing ovation at the 2017 District Red Ribbon Awards Ceremony.


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Board of Education Passes Resolution for Special Session in Frankfort

By unanimous action, the Bullitt County Board of Education authorized Superintendent Keith Davis to close schools for one day if Gov. Matt Bevin calls a special session concerning pension reform, so that staff members may, if they choose, attend the session and speak with legislators about the public pension issue.


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BCPS Sets Standards and Limits for Communication

Bullitt County Public Schools has released new guidelines for how internal and external communication takes place in the schools and district.


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Foundation Awards Over $20,000 in Grants to Educational Projects

Over $20,000 has been awarded in grants to educational projects by the Bullitt County Foundation for Excellence in Public Education.


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BCPS Begins Search for New Superintendent

The Bullitt County Board of Education is seeking a visionary leader who has the ability to develop effective relationships that builds trust with all stakeholders by demonstrating professional integrity, valuing employee input while modeling the values of the community and school district.


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ENERGY STAR
District Energy Savings in a Decade = $5.5 Million

Since partnering with the Kentucky Energy Efficiency Program for Schools (KEEPS) in November 2006, Bullitt County Public Schools has saved over $5.5 million in energy costs.


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UPCOMING EVENTS

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LJES GOALS:

1. Build and maintain a positive school culture.

2.  Improve student achievement and growth.

3.  Improve student attendance.

 

Lebanon Junction Elementary
10920 S. Preston Highway
Lebanon Junction, KY 40150

Phone: 502-869-2200

Fax: 502-833-3727

Hours:

Doors Open at 8:40 a.m.
Breakfast available 8:40-9:10 a.m. (Please be at breakfast no later than 9:00 a.m. as all students are expected to be in their classrooms by 9:10 a.m.)
Homeroom Begins at 9:10 a.m.
School Ends at 3:50 p.m.

CSIP Plan 2016