• NB’s Bickett in running for prestigious honor

     HEBRON ESTATES -- North Bullitt High School mathematics teacher Christine Bickett is one of five finalists in Kentucky for the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).

    “I am extremely honored to be a finalist for PAEMST,” she said.

  • Fall Preparation

     In preparation for the upcoming construction of the school, Mount Washington Elementary volunteers helped ensure the school grounds were to par.

    The stone dedicating the benches to the bus drivers was moved into storage to prevent anything from breaking it.

    The Mccafferty and Ousley families also helped move mulch to the playground to fill in low spots to help make the area safer for the kids.

  • Video- Bullitt East "Aspire" Video

    The following video was produced by Bullitt East students to recognize just a few of their many achievements over the years in celebration of their recent top ten high school rank in the state of Kentucky.

  • Groups work together to provide family with smoother ride in life

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – A few local companies have given one Mount Washington family a big reason to be thankful this season.

    Travis Holbert, a fourth grader at Crossroads Elementary, has cerebral palsy.

    “Everything in the head just works great,” his mom, Melissa Hembree, said. “It’s them limbs that don’t want to do what he wants them to.”

  • Gun concern "unsubstantiated" at NB

     The following Message is from the Bullitt County Public School System:

    Dear Parents and Partners of North Bullitt High School,

  • Little Flock Christian Academy celebrates 20th year of providing education

     PIONEER VILLAGE - Little Flock Christian Academy is celebrating 20 years of education as a Christ-centered, mission-minded school providing academic leadership.

    The entire student body joined LFCA staff and church staff for a ceremonial ribbon cutting to commemorate the occasion.

    LFCA development director Holly Grant mentioned the school would be celebrating the occasion throughout the school year, with an open house for the public scheduled for March 5.

  • Maryville, Eastside earn Energy Star status

     Maryville Elementary and Eastside Middle Schools have been awarded the 2015 Energy Star Award from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

    Buildings that earn the EPA’s Energy Star use 35 percent less energy and generate 35 percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions than similar buildings across the nation.

    Maryville Principal Ruth Esterle congratulated her students and staff by referencing the school mascot.

  • Frank R. Hatfield: Former superintendent remembered as true educational leader statewide

      SHEPHERDSVILLE -- He never applied for the position of school superintendent in 1966.

    But Frank R. Hatfield went on to not only be superintendent of the Bullitt County Public School District but to also be one of the most influential educators in the state of Kentucky.

    Hatfield died on Sunday.

    A man who never sought publicity made Bullitt County his home and he would continue to be an active member in organizations like the Shepherdsville Lions Club and the American Cancer Society until his death.

  • Students have the freedom to choose

     Martin Luther King, Jr. said “If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as a Michaelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed music or Shakespeare wrote poetry.”

    Reverend King preached these words in 1967, and they became a famous quotation of what is truly an extraordinary sermon titled “The Three Dimensions of a Complete Life,” the text of which you can find on the internet.

    This quote and the sentences around it tells us to be the best we can be, whatever it is that we are. 

  • KHEAA’s Gortney to work with North Bullitt college coach this year

    FRANKFORT -- Summer Gortney has been named the advisor to the Kentucky College Coaches Program by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA). 

    She will work with the college coach at North Bullitt High School.

    “The Kentucky College Coaches program has helped thousands of students prepare for and enter college,” Gortney said.

    “I look forward to working with the college coaches, the Kentucky Campus Compact and other program partners who have made it a highly regarded and credible program across the state.”