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Education

  • Committee recommends new Maryville; wait to build MWES

    SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Mount Washington Elementary principal Terri Lewis may have gotten a free dinner.

  • Students learn death can occur at any time

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt Central's Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) chapter reminded fellow students about the dangers of drunk driving at prom with a mock funeral.

    This year's event included a funeral procession with a coffin and students in white face makeup. Each of the studetns were taken from a classroom during the school day by the Grim Reaper.

    Shepherdsville Police Ofc. Ken Bernardi read the mock accident report of a drunk driving accident involving the students.

  • Just say CHEESE!!

    NACHOAverage Grill Cheese!!

    Bri Hare

    Cruise Coulter

    Robert Hartley 

     

    Description: a nacho master piece all in a grill cheese. Imagine the cheesiest meatiest Mexican nachos with all your favorite toppings all put between two pieces of bread.  

    Recipe:

  • Roby's Famous Americans

    SHEPHERDSVILLE - Roby 5th graders made history.

    The school's Literacy Team sponsored a new video project featuring great Americans that were portrayed by 5th grade students.

    The 17-minute video, "Roby's Famous Americans," features photos of historical figures while students read a biographical essay about each.

    Along with the essay, each student's photo appeared in a reenactment of one of their famous figure's photographs. The two images were placed side-by-side at the end of each biography.

  • ZMS helps Project Warm

     In a hot gymnasium on a day celebrating student accomplishments, Zoneton Middle School gave others a warm feeling.

    The ZMS Green Team hosted a penny war at the school, raising $139.27 for Project Warm, a non-profit organization that helps families reduce energy costs in their homes.

    Green Team sponsor and science teacher Carissa Argueta presented a check during a school pep rally to Project Warm representative Mari Griffin.

  • Business group networks to determine needs

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt County Public School superintendent Keith Davis recently got to go on a field trip.

    And, on that trip, Davis learned a little more about what local industry is looking for from graduates of the school system.

    Bullitt County Economic Development Authority director John Snider recently organized a meeting of the plant managers from various facilities in the area.

    Various members of the community were invited to meet with the plant managers and that included a tour of several facilities.

  • Crusade funds exceed $1.6 million after 20 years

     Funding from the WHAS-11 Crusade for Children to Bullitt County Public Schools over the past 20 years has exceeded $1.6 million.

    Most of that money has been raised by coins tossed into pails held by firefighters at stop lights. A big highlight of the Crusade features firefighters at the WHAS-11 studio reading a lengthy list of contributors followed by the classic cadence of coins filling plastic containers.

  • An eventful year continues for school district

     In one sense, it seems like school just began yesterday, but in another way, it feels as if it has gone on a very long time.  Rather than waiting for the end of the year to recap, since so much has happened, this month I’ll devote to a little review.

  • Old Mill's Cox to be part of Space Camp

     Old Mill Elementary School STEAM Instructor Richard Cox has been selected for Space Camp June 11-17 at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL.

    Over the course of the five-day experience, Cox will participate in 45 hours of professional development with laboratory and field activities aligned with global math and science teaching standards, including a high performance jet simulation, scenario-based space mission, land and water survival training and interactive flight dynamics programs.

  • Maria Long excited about being next Bullitt Countian at Gatton Academy

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - Next fall, 15-year-old Maria Long will start a new journey.

    Instead of heading back with her peers to Bullitt East to begin her junior year, she will be a student at the Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Bowling Green, on the campus of Western Kentucky University.

    “I think it will give me the opportunities to get ahead at my age and know more of what I want to do with my life,” she said.