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Crossroads Elementary School Students Honored at National History Day Competition CES NHD Students

Crossroads Elementary School students earned honors at the National History Day in April in Lexington.

2019 Governor's Scholars 2019 Governor's Scholars

A select few Bullitt County high school juniors are among this year’s Governor’s Scholars.

Retiring Educators Honored at Ceremony Retiring Educators

Over 600 years.

Crossroads Elementary School Students Honored at Kentucky National History Day Competition Crossroads Elementary School Students

Crossroads Elementary School students earned honors at the National History Day April 27 in Lexington.

Laura Pierce-Foster Named Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction Laura Pierce-Foster

Bullitt East High School Pre AP English teacher Laura Pierce Foster has been named a Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction by The National Society of High School Scholars.

Jack Tinelli Accepted into U.S. Naval Academy's Summer STEM Program Jack Tinelli

Before even entering high school this year, Jack Tinelli will spend part of his summer with the U.S. Naval Academy.

Abigail Phillips Named First KY SENT Sparkler of the Week KY SENT Sparkler

Bullitt East High School English teacher Abigail Phillips has the distinction of being named KY SENT’s first Sparkler of the Week.

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

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.

Heather Hodges Describes the Amazing Experience of the Kagan Academy Heather Hodges

“Are we going to do Kagan today?”

High School Students Can Jump Start Their Career at the Bullitt County Area Technology Center BCATC Welding Course

When most people define postsecondary education they think that a 4-year university is the only option.

Brooks Elementary School Receives Buddy Bench Buddy Bench

Brooks Elementary School has been gifted with a Buddy Bench by the American Legion Auxiliary Children and Youth Program.

Kyle Gilbert Set to Successfully Complete KY FAME Program Kyle Gilbert

When Bullitt Central High School 2017 alumnae Kyle Gilbert was selected to participate in the Kentucky Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (KY FAME), he heard great things were on his horizon as long as he studied and worked hard.

North Bullitt High School Boys Bowling Team Compete in First Ever State Tournament North Bullitt High School Boys Bowling Team

The North Bullitt High School Boys Bowling team made their first appearance in the state tournament in February.

Jennifer Wooley Speaks at National Human Resources Boot Camp in Texas Jennifer Wooley

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.

Bullitt East High School Welcomes New Youth Service Center Coordinator Erin Emington White Erin Emington White

Erin Emington White is the new Youth Service Center Coordinator at Bullitt East High School.

Pamela Herm is the New Youth Service Center Coordinator at Hebron and Zoneton Middle Schools Pamela Herm

Prior to her new position as Youth Service Center Coordinator at Hebron and Zoneton Middle Schools, Pamela Herm spent time with Crossroads and Old Mill Elementary Schools Family Resource Center Coordinator Leigh Ann Lowery.

Sherry Brown is the New Family Resource Center Coordinator for MWES and PGES Sherry Brown

A brand new presence at Pleasant Grove Elementary School is Family Resource Center Coordinator Sherry Brown.

The Kindness Challenge Issued at One Middle and Three Elementary Schools The Kindness Challenge

The discussion presented to Bullitt Lick Middle School Teacher Tonie Weddle and her Kindness Crew was different than the one Julie Kelly ( gave at the elementary schoolBulldog56 level.

Cyndi Bell Named Zoneton Middle School Principal Cyndi Bell

 Cyndi Bell has seen firsthand the impact that a principal can have within a building.

Steve Hornback Elected to the Bullitt County Board of Education Steve Hornback

 A retired employee of Bullitt County Public Schools is the new District 4 member of the Bullitt County Board of Education.

High School Musicians Selected for 2019 KMEA All-State Band and Orchestra High School Musicians

Seven high school musicians auditioned and qualified for the Kentucky Music Educators Association (KMEA) All-State Band and Orchestra Concert in February.

2019 Secondary School STEM Challenge 2019 Secondary School STEM Challenge

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.

Adrienne Usher and Rachelle Bramlage-Schomburg Inducted Into 2019 KASA Cohort of Kentucky Women in Education Leadership Rachelle Bramlage-Schomburg

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.

National Board Certification Earned by Eight Educators Lana Dixon

Add eight more Bullitt County Public School educators who achieved certification by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

BEHS FBLA Students Teaching Essential Skills BEHS FBLA Students

Bullitt East High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students recently wrapped up five weeks teaching essential skills with Old Mill Elementary School fourth and fifth grade students sponsored by Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana.

Sherbitu Evangeline "Evie" Vanderpool's Drawing Selected for VSA Kentucky's Traveling Student Art Exhibit "Evie" Vanderpool

A basket of apples drawn using a black marker then painted with watercolors by Crossroads Elementary School student Sherbitu Evangeline “Evie” Vanderpool was selected for VSA of Kentucky’s A Matter of Perspective Traveling Exhibit.

Joshua Grieve Earns AP + PLTW Achievement Award in Engineering Joshua Grieve

Bullitt East High School Senior Joshua Grieve is the first Bullitt County students to be awarded the AP + PLTW Achievement Award sponsored by Project Lead the Way and AP Central.

Foundation Awards Nearly $16,000 in Grants to Schools Foundation Grant

The Bullitt County Foundation for Excellence in Public Education has awarded $15,990 in grants to schools.

Bernheim Middle School's Hunter Etherton Earns State Honors in Gymnastics Hunter Etherton

Bernheim Middle School sixth grade student Hunter Etherton is doing incredibly well academically in Advanced Math, Advanced Art and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Lab.

Tera Pierce Named District Grant Writer District Grant Writer Tera Pierce

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.

Amy Cuenca and Kali Ervin Become Google for Education Certified Trainers Amy Cuenca and Kali Ervin

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.”

U.S. Department of Energy Recognizes Mt. Washington Elementary School U.S. Department of Energy Recognizes Mt. Washington Elementary School

A major renovation later and Mt. Washington Elementary School is an entirely different facility with energy efficiency noticed at the national level.

Bernheim Middle School's Destiney Amiott Awarded STEM Grant from Toshiba America Foundation Bernheim's Destiney Amiott

Bernheim Middle School has received a $1,300 STEM grant from the Toshiba America Foundation (TAF).

Megan Terry Named MSU's outstanding Senior Woman in Agriculture Megan Terry

Bullitt East High School teacher Megan Terry returned to her Bullitt County roots with quite an honor.

Dallas Branham Dances His Way to State and National Beta Club Honors Dallas Branham

Bullitt Central High School junior Dallas Branham earned First Place in Special Talent at the Kentucky and National Senior Beta Convention.

District Officials Share Knowledge and Talent at National Conferences Sarah Smith

One of the best learning methods is to listen to those who have ‘been there, done that.’

Bullitt Advanced Math and Science (BAMS) Cohort 8 Students Earn Lab Coats BAMS Cohort 8 Students

Beaming with pride, Cohort 8 students in the Bullitt Advanced Math and Science (BAMS) program earned their lab coats during an evening ceremony last month.

Bullitt County Retired Teachers Association Donates Books to Schools BCRTA Book Donation to Schools

What does it mean to be a retired educator?

READ Foundation Allows Lebanon Junction Elementary School Class to See Disney's Aladdin Stage Play Kimberly Hickey's Class

Lebanon Junction Elementary School recently participated in a reading challenge through the READ Foundation in Louisville.

Tony Roth Named District Director of Transportation Director of Transportation Tony Roth

New Bullitt County Public Schools Director of Transportation Tony Roth cited three things of interest when applying for the position.

Meet Josie Jane, Cedar Grove Elementary School's Therapy Dog Cedar Grove therapy dog Josie Jane with some students and staff

Cedar Grove Elementary School students and staff have bonded with Josie Jane, an Aussie Doodle certified therapy dog.

Chick-fil-A Partnering with Bullitt Alternative and Riverview Opportunity Centers Chick-fil-A at Riverview Opportunity Center

Business partnerships with schools are a win-win for all involved.

Ann Louise Hance Named Maryville Elementary School Principal Ann Louise Hance

Ann Louise Hance was fortunate enough to get a sneak peek at Maryville Elementary School while serving as the Summer LEAP Coordinator.

Infinite Campus NEW APPS for Parents and Students! Infinite Campus NEW APPS Introduction Video

New Infinite Campus Apps for parents and students!

Great news! Infinite Campus has created two new apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). These apps provide real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more. For more information regarding the Mobile App, please click here to visit the IC website

Apps Available for Download

The apps will be available for download in the App Store and Google Play. Be sure to access and use this press kit to promote the new apps.

Infinite Campus Students and Parents Access on Web

District Energy Savings of $931,000 in 2017-2018 School Year ENERGY STAR

Thanks to awareness and conservation, Bullitt County Public Schools avoided $931,000 in energy costs during the 2017-2018 school year.

North Bullitt High School's Teaching and Learning Pathway Features a Full Class North Bullitt Students in the Teaching and Learning Pathway Class

Over a dozen North Bullitt High School students are working hard in an educational pathway class to one day earn the title of being a teacher.

District Awarded $54,000 WHAS Crusade for Children Grant Crusade for Children Logo

Bullitt County Public Schools was awarded a $54,000 grant from the 65th annual WHAS Crusade for Children.

Bullitt County Public School Bus Driver Mike Mabry Earns Kentucky State Fair Blue Ribbon for Honey Mike Mabry

A Blue Ribbon from the Kentucky State Fair is a very prestigious honor.

Trinity Money Embarked on the UPS School to Work Experience Thanks to Bullitt East High School Graduate Blake Allen Trinity Money at UPS

Attending the annual Bullitt East High School college fair, junior Trinity Money was already working at Panera Bread but wanted something different.

Bullitt East High School Senior Logan Calhoun Shares His School to Work Experience at UPS Logan Calhoun working at UPS

It took only one visit from United Parcel Service representatives for Bullitt East High School Senior Logan Calhoun to make a logistical decision.

Work Ethic Certification Available to Students Work Ethic Poster

The importance of a good work ethic cannot be underestimated.

Father and Son Emphasize Career and College Readiness to Freedom Elementary School Fifth Grade Students Paul Rippy speaks to Olivia Rippy's students

Michael Paul Rippy Jr. was Bullitt Central High School’s top 2018 graduate and is majoring in Finance as a University of Kentucky freshman.

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