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Bullitt County Public Schools: The Leader in Educational Excellence
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2016 Red Ribbon/Safe Schools Ceremony
Shepherdsville Police Officer and School Resource Officer Kenneth Bernardi presented district level winners with trophies. Mt. Washington Police Dept. Sgt. Becky Hill presented Certificates of Recognition to School Winners. Mt. Washington Police Dept. Sgt. Becky Hill presented Certificates of Recognition to School Winners. Mt. Washington Police Dept. Sgt. Becky Hill presented Certificates of Recognition to School Winners. Sarah Smith and Becky Hill sometimes found themselves presenting Certificates of Recognition simultaneously! Mt. Washington Police Dept. Sgt. Becky Hill presented Certificates of Recognition to School Winners. District Safe Schools Coordinator Sarah Smith read Old Mill Elementary School student Jessica Postlewait's essay at the ceremony. District Safe Schools Coordinator Sarah Smith listened as Eastside Middle School student Bradyn Russellburg read his essay. Shepherdsvllle Elementary School student Jacob Hardin read his essay during the ceremony. A very large gathering of parents and relatives attended the 2016 District Red Ribbon/Safe Schools Ceremony. District level winners earned trophies. School and district winners were recognized for their poster, essay and bullying video during the annual Red Ribbon/Safe Schools ceremony.
Bullitt County Public Schools
1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville, KY 40165