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Education

  • Sleeping Beauty to be county’s first summer musical

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt County Public Schools hopes to awaken the sleeping beauties within its students by offering a new theatrical initiative.

    A summer musical version of “Sleeping Beauty” will be presented Thursday through Saturday at the Bullitt Central auditorium by the BCPS Summer Musical Organization.

    The musical presents a cast and crew of up to 25 BCPS students representing the three area high schools and four middle schools.

  • District still looks to fill full-time, sub bus driving jobs

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Looking to step into a job where you are off when school is not in session?

    How about a job where you have the satisfaction of knowing you play a role in the educational success of a school district?

    And the job may even allow you to participate in some of the school field trips.

    Full-time positions are now available for those wanting to become bus drivers in the Bullitt County Public School System.

    According to transportation director Staci Goedde, six full-time positions were open as of last week. 

  • Kindergarten Kickoff this Thursday

     The first day of the 2014-2015 school year for students is Wednesday, August 6th.

    Children starting kindergarten get a preview (along with their parents) Thursday, July 17th during the district’s annual Kindergarten Kickoff from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at the Paroquet Springs Conference Centre in Shepherdsville.

    The free event is sponsored by the Bullitt County Public Schools Family Resource Centers.

  • Class of '14 graduates earn over $12 million in scholarships

     High school seniors banked $12,724,584 in scholarships and money through the KEES program, an increase of nearly a $1 million from a year ago.

  • Elliott honored for years of service to community

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- For over 45 years, Barbara Elliott has been a vital part of the Bullitt County education scene.

  • Students receive Mahaffey scholarships

     Three Bullitt Central seniors were awarded the Children in Flight Justin Brandon Mahaffey scholarships. 

    Casey Sanders received the $3,000 Gold Scholarship. She plans to attend Bellarmine University and major in accounting. Her parents are Billy and Terri Sanders.

    Joseph Combest was selected to receive the $1,000 Silver Scholarship. He will attend Campbellsville University and major in accounting. His parents are Bob and Liz Combest.

  • School employees to see 2.5 percent increase in salaries

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Employees with the Bullitt County Public School System will receive pay raises in the coming year.

    And, for some educators, there will be extra pay for duties they have already been doing.

    Mandated and funded by the state of Kentucky to provide a 1 percent increase, Bullitt County Public School Board approved an additional 1.5 percent increase.

    This will cover all certified and classified employees, according to superintendent Keith Davis.

    This is in addition to any step increases teachers will receive.

  • Robertson quickly fell in love with Overdale, Bullitt County

     HILLVIEW - Pam Robertson fell in love with Overdale Elementary, and the Bullitt County Public School system, six years ago when she was selected Overdale’s principal.

    After a successful run, including implementation of new programs and helping Overdale move into its current facility, Robertson will retire at the end of the 2013-14 semester.

    Robertson cited family as her number one reason, with grandchildren, aging parents and an ailing sister that need more of her time. She also hopes to volunteer more with church missions and Bible studies.

  • Byerly selected state volunteer of year for retired teachers

      Those who enter a career in teaching certainly do not do so for the money. 

    For most, it’s an answer to a humanitarian calling to serve and lead, a calling that persists well into retirement. 

    Bullitt County has a retired teacher who exemplifies that notion.  Teresa Byerly, a member of the Bullitt County Retired Teachers Association, recently won the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association Volunteer of the Year Award for her tireless efforts in prevention and promotion of awareness of domestic violence. 

  • College, board trying to get on same page for facility

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - You can’t have a winning team if everyone is not on the same game plan.

    For members of the Bullitt County Education Foundation and officials with the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, the time to regroup and discuss the local situation will come on Friday.

    A recent meeting of the local education foundation, which is taking steps to generate a way to build a community college campus, turned a bit acrimonious.