Nichols Elementary School
10665 Highway 44 West
West Point, KY 40177
Phone (502) 869-2600
Fax (502) 922-3372
Anne Marie Landry
Vote daily for the Bullitt Advanced Math and Science (BAMS) Program to win the WHAS 11 Inspiring Curiosity STEM Contest. You will need to log in using your work email to vote.
When student musicians, music educators and the audience attend the Central Area Regional Music Festival March 22nd, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at Bullitt Central High School, they will make history.
As snow accumulated, students picked up cameras and captured its scenic beauty in the third annual Snowmageddon Photo Contest sponsored by the Shepherdsville/Nichols Elementary School Family Resource Centers
The Bullitt County Board of Education is moving forward in its quest to appoint a new superintendent for Bullitt County Public Schools.
The newest Computer Maintenance Technician with Bullitt County Public Schools is Sarah Hampton.
Starting July 1, 2018, all students in grades Kindergarten - 12 are required to receive updated immunizations and provide new certificates to schools as part of Kentucky’s amended schedule.
Sheri Hamilton spent what she thought were the final seven months of her post-retirement career as Nichols Elementary School Principal until another door opened.
Nichols Elementary School Reading Recovery/Read to Achieve teacher Heather Brewer Allen has been awarded a $1,000 grant to attend the 2018 Reading Recovery Council of North America K-6 National Literacy Conference Feb. 17-20 in Columbus, OH.
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:
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.
Bullitt County Public Schools has released new guidelines for how internal and external communication takes place in the schools and district.
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.