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2019-2020 LJES Faculty and Staff
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High Attendance Day + PJ Day = A Fun Day of Learning
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Wearing their pjs did not make these students lazy...working harder than ever on High Attendance Day!
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Ms. Hickey's class had perfect attendance on High Attendance Day and had a little fun in their pjs too!
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Barbara Crow with the Louisville Water Company has been working with classrooms this week on various science/environmental topics.
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Travis Kelley with Bee is for Bullitt Co. and Cindy Badder with Bullitt Co. Conservation taught our students about the role of honey bees, but more importantly, the role each of them play in having a positive impact on our environment!
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David S. was "dressed for success" when he helped Mr. Mullins announce our Bulldog Express ticket winners!
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Mr. Rosario, parent volunteer, taught our students about his culture at a recent Marvelous Monday.
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Ms. Hester, LJES school nurse, gave our students lesson in germs and proper hand-washing.
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These students were getting "germy" for a lesson in hand-washing!
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Mr. Wes Stafford with BCPS Transportation taught our students the importance of bus safety.
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Besties at the Back-to-School Bash!
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Fun times at our Back-to-School Bash!
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Students responded to the The Dot book by creating their own dots!
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Mr. Mullins and Ms. Willis went over our school-wide expectations with all of our students.
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A big thank you to our PTA and all the volunteers who worked so tirelessly to clean up our playground!
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This pile of playground mulch was no challenge for this energetic bunch!
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These students are loving their new bright, cheery classroom and teacher!
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These 5th graders are already showing what great role models they'll be for our younger grades.
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It was all eyes on Ms. Whittaker in this classroom.
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Day 1 and these kiddos are already showing excellent classroom behavior!
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New school problem..."Full Steam Ahead," says Mr. Mullins!
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Our teachers were all about learning new ways to engage students through Kagan!
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Our teachers enjoyed putting their new Kagan strategies into practice!
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Bulldog Express Ticket Winners
Bulldog Express Ticket Winners

Bulldog Express Ticket Winners for 9-13-19:

Sophia R. - K/1 helper

Kylie H. - lunch with Mr. Mullins

Ciara B. - K/1 helper

Grayson N. - extra art time with Ms. Clemens

Colin Q. - lunch with Mr. Mullins

Rosalie P. - pj day

Tia A. - lunch with Mr. Mullins

Congratulations and keep up the great behavior!

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Stephanie McGarry
BCPS and Partners in Prevention Working Together with Drug Free Communities Grant

Bullitt County Public Schools and Bullitt County Partners in Prevention are working together with a five-year federal Drug Free Communities grant of $125,000 annually.

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Stephanie Porter
Stephanie Porter Selected District Project Director of AWARE II Mental Health Grant

Stephanie Porter has been selected as the District Project Director of the $9 million Federal AWARE II Mental Health Grant.

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District Shares in $9 Million Federal Mental Health Grant

Bullitt County Public Schools is piloting with two other participating Kentucky districts a $9 million federal grant to increase awareness of mental health issues among Kentucky students.

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District Grant Writer Jackie Roth
Jackie Roth Selected District Grant Writer

Jackie Roth has been writing, reviewing and managing grants for over 20 years and since last October was looking for something she thought her skill set would match within Bullitt County Schools.

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National Energy Intensity Reduction Recognition
Energy Intensity Reduction Results in National Honors for District

Bullitt County Public Schools has been nationally recognized for reducing their energy intensity by 21% over two million square feet.

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STAK Conference Awards
District Earns Awards at STAK Conference

The Bullitt County Public Schools Transportation Maintenance Department was awarded the highest honor of Outstanding Maintenance Department at the Student Transportation Association of Kentucky (STAK) 25th annual conference July 8-11 at the Hyatt Regency in Louisville.

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School Safety Video

Click here for the School Safety Video which will be presented July 17 during the Kentucky Association of School Administrators Conference.


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District Director of Human Resources Althea Hurt
Althea Hurt is the new District Director of Human Resources

Althea Hurt is the new District Director of Human Resources following the retirement of Jennifer Wooley.

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BCPS ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award
District Named 2019 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year

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.

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1. Build and maintain a positive school culture.

2.  Improve student achievement and growth.

3.  Improve student attendance.


Lebanon Junction Elementary
10920 S. Preston Highway
Lebanon Junction, KY 40150

Phone: 502-869-2200

Fax: 502-833-3727


Doors Open at 8:40 a.m.
Breakfast available 8:40-9:10 a.m. (Please be at breakfast no later than 9:00 a.m. as all students are expected to be in their classrooms by 9:10 a.m.)
Homeroom Begins at 9:10 a.m.
School Ends at 3:50 p.m.

CSIP Plan 2016