Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 4:00 am (Updated: May 2, 4:03 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE – Beginning next school year, some students will have a different grading scale to follow.
The Bullitt County Public School Board approved the first reading of a policy change for middle and high students.
The change would be in the scale on how grades are assigned with the ultimate goal providing students with opportunities to earn more money for college.
After listening to the proposal during its workshop session, the school board was in agreement to the changes presented at the April meeting.
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