SHEPHERDSVILLE - A little freedom and responsibility is something Bullitt Central hopes their students can taste.
Eligible students may soon receive that freedom and responsibility with the offer of off-campus lunches.
Principal Christy Coulter brought the idea to Bullitt Central as a reward incentive to promote both good grades and perfect class attendance.
"We've already got students who sign out to work at UPS or co-ops, take classes at JCTC or U of L, or they go to help at Roby (Elementary)," Coulter said.
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