Bullitt County Public Schools is proud to announce that it received the 2019 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award for its outstanding efforts to create a continuous energy management and savings strategy across all of the district’s facilities.
When most people define postsecondary education they think that a 4-year university is the only option.
Director of Human Resources Jennifer Wooley presented at the American Association of School Personnel Administrators Boot Camp in San Antonio, TX. Jan. 31-Feb. 1.
A retired employee of Bullitt County Public Schools is the new District 4 member of the Bullitt County Board of Education.
This year’s Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) competition for middle and high schools required constructing a roller coaster in under two hours using specific materials and without parental assistance.
District Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning Adrienne Usher and Director of Secondary Education Rachelle Bramlage-Schomburg have been inducted into the 2019 cohort of Kentucky Women in Education Leadership.
Add eight more Bullitt County Public School educators who achieved certification by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
The Bullitt County Foundation for Excellence in Public Education has awarded $15,990 in grants to schools.
Tera Pierce was inspired to apply for the grant writer position in Bullitt County Public Schools because of the district’s unwavering commitment to seeing every child succeed, even if that means trying new ideas and practices.
From the Google Certification webpage:
“Google for Education Certified Trainers are passionate and driven education professionals with a desire to help others transform classrooms with technology.”
Bullitt Central High School junior Dallas Branham earned First Place in Special Talent at the Kentucky and National Senior Beta Convention.
One of the best learning methods is to listen to those who have ‘been there, done that.’