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Educators Participate in Poverty Simulation
North Bullitt Youth Service Center Coordinator Jennifer Lowe, Curriculum Coach Carrie Gary, Hebron Middle School Principal Kelland Garland and Bullitt Central teacher Jennifer Barth, Kaet Barron occupies herself by drawing pictures. Principals Les McIntosh (Old Mill Elementary), Melissa Whicker (Pleasant Grove Elementary) and Dr. Denise Allen (Mt. Washington Middle) and Special Education Consultant Trish Collins. Nichols Elementary School Principal Anne Marie Landry and Director of Special Education Troy Kolb. Welfare recipients line up to collect their monthly benefits. Cedar Grove Elementary School Principal Andy Moberly and Director of Elementary Education Adrienne Usher talk about Kaet Barron while she wins in juvenile detention as BAC/ROC Principal BJ Ritter looks on. Participants discussed their situation during a poverty simulation. Angela Binkley and Bullitt Central teacher Walter Eastside Middle School Principal Troy Wood listens to Zoneton Middle School Interim Principal Ann Ford. Rachelle Bramlage Schomburg exchanges money for bus fare from District Technology Coordinator Jim Jackson. Waiting for checks to be issued. Bullitt Central High School Principal Dr. James Beavers looked over paperwork. Supervisor of Social Services Susan Bibelhauser pleaded with a pawn shop owner for money. Shepherdsville Elementary School Family Liaison Kimberly Harding receives instructor from Eastside Middle School Curriculum Coach Tabbi Echols. Mt. Washington Middle School Assistant Principal Shawn Pickett. Each participant represented a family. Technology Integration Specialist Christie Turbeville was mom to Maryville Elementary School Counselor Kaet Barron, who played a very impatient child. Kevin Connors hands paper to Principal Julie Skeens. The simulation involved four weeks and how participants budgeted their resources. L-R: North Bullitt counselor Amy Rogers, BCATC Principal Angela Binkley, Bullitt East Assistant Principal Erik Huber and Director of Secondary Educator Rachelle Bramlage-Schomburg. Assistant Principals Kevin Connors (Bullitt Lick Middle) and Cynthia Bell (Hebron Middle). The poverty simulation was organized by the Bullitt County Public Schools student learning department. L-R: Elementary School Principals Brittany Knipp (Roby) and Terri Lewis (Mt. Washington) and Curriculum Coach Christina Beam participate in a poverty simulation during the November 2016 Leadership Team meeting.
Bullitt County Public Schools
1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville, KY 40165