The Bullitt County Public Schools learning community will educate all students to high levels of academic performance, as measured by state and national standards, by creating and maintaining a positive learning environment with a comprehensive system of support.
The number of educators earning Google Level 1 and 2 Certification has increased.
District Supervisor of Social Services Erin McGohon has been selected to serve on the Kentucky Association of School Social Workers (KASSW) board.
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When individuals receive their Census 2020 packet, it is vital they participate.
Bullitt County Public Schools announced a partnership with HPD, MWPD, and SPD to launch the “Handle With Care” program to support children facing trauma.
Dozens of students were recognized for their stance against harmful substances and bullying during the 2019 District Red Ribbon Ceremony.
The Bullitt Bugle (Winter Edition)
Focusing on academics is challenging enough but where can students turn when their troubling thoughts keep them from concentrating?
Mrs. Martha Hall received the Staff Spotlight of the week. All of her time and hard work are much appreciated at BAC.
Bullitt County Public Schools (BCPS) is dedicated to ensuring that every student receives a quality education which prepares them for their life ahead.
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.
Stephanie Porter has been selected as the District Project Director of the $9 million Federal AWARE II Mental Health Grant.