Text Options for the Visually Impaired Font Size: a- A+ Color: A A A Revert 
Close vision bar
Open vision bar
link to home page
Bullitt County Public Schools: The Leader in Educational Excellence
expand the news ticker
2017 Old Mill Elementary School "Living" History Museum
Jessica Postlewait as Helen Keller. Laura Nacke as pilot Amelia Earhart. David Searcy as Milton Hershey. Sadie Streck (right) as Helen Keller. Anna Rodgers as female sharpshooter Annie Oakley. Autumn Rogers as Civil Rights Leader Rosa Parks stood in front of a bus. Willow Kischnick as patriot and war hero Mercy Otis Warren. Laci Sullivan as Civil Rights Leader Susan B. Anthony. Kelly Atcher's presentation as Queen Elizabeth I was recorded on video. Jeffrey Marzian as Booker T. Washington. Each student learned about bravery, hard work and dedication to mankind which they delivered in a brief synopsis. Angel Turner as Betsy Ross was recorded on camera by proud family members. Each student stood perfectly still and came to life when visitors tapped a button on the floor. Sydney Showalter as female sharpshooter Annie Oakley. Fifth grade students read a biography and learned about the lives of men and women who shaped the United States and the world. Damon Merzweiler as John Paul Jones in front of an elaborate prop of a ship. David Searcy as Milton Hershey, the iconic creator of Hershey chocolates. He even had a bowl filled with Hershey kisses to give to visitors. Landon Knieriem as Patrick Henry spoke about patriots and war heroes during the third annual Old Mill Elementary School