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BMS Therapy Dog
Henry Clay is a calming presence in the classroom.
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BMS Students model excellent work ethic.
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BRUIN BONANZA!
The cows have come home for the BMS Bruin Bonanza (Best First Day Ever)
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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

THE NEXT GENERATION OF BOX TOPS IS HERE

Help Grow Bernheim Middle School!

For over 20 years, Box Tops for Education has given families an easy way to earn cash for their school, with products they already buy. Now you can simply scan your store receipt with the Box Tops mobile app to identify participating products and instantly add cash to your school's earnings online.


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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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BCPS Terroristic Threatening Letter

As required by the law of the commonwealth, state of Kentucky, this letter is being sent to all students in the Bullitt County Public Schools System.

 

BCPS Terroristic Threatening Letter


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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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UPCOMING EVENTS

Bruin Bulletin

School-Wide Improvement Plan (CSIP)

Title 1 Annual Review 2018-2019

Format for student email address: user.name@stu.bullitt.kyschools.us

 

 

 

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Announcements

Attendance

Attendance is imperative to student learning. Students need to be at school every day unless they have a fever or are vomiting. If a student must miss school, a note must be turned in within 5 days of their return to school. Parent notes are limited to 6 a year, which includes notes for being tardy to school. If a student goes to the doctor or dentist, be sure to get a note from that office to bring in to school. While we know some appointments are not flexible, please try to schedule as many appointments after school as possible. Every 3 unexcused tardies that a student has for sign-ins or sign-outs will result in lunch detention. Please be sure to turn in a note if your child is late or gets signed out early. If you use a parent note that does count as one of the 6 you get for the year.


Keep Up With Bernheim Middle!

In order to stay informed about the happenings of BMS, please follow us on social media. Be sure to “Like” us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @BernheimMiddle. Also, check our blog, BMS News Bytes. Please visit the school website often including teacher individual webpages.   


 

 

Bernheim Middle School
700 Audubon Drive
Shepherdsville, KY 40165

Phone: 502-869-4000

Fax: 502-543-5299

Hours:

Doors Open at 7:40 AM

School Starts at 8:00 AM

School Ends at 3:00 PM

CSIP Plan 2018-2019

Title One SWP 2018-2019

Guidance Counselor: Karen Smith 
http://bmsschoolcounselor.weebly.com/