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Education

  • Edelweiss

     Bullitt Central students received history lessons through the school’s Drama Club.

    “Edelweiss” was performed by the club in three public shows at the Bullitt Central auditorium.

    The play, based in World War II Nazi-era Germany, is about the League of German Girls, the girls’ portion of the Hitler Youth movement, and their underlying Nazi defiance.

    The Drama Club also performed the play for Bullitt Lick Middle students.

    The play was directed by Drama Club sponsor Sara Anderson.

  • Cedar Grove Career Day

     CEDAR GROVE - Students at Cedar Grove Elementary have a better idea of future career paths thanks to some local experts.

    Representatives of various community businesses and organizations visited Cedar Grove for the annual career fair, hosted by the school’s Family Resource Center.

    FRC coordinator Tammy Perdue said representatives are invited each year to discuss their jobs with students, as well as the many types of jobs necessary for their places of work to flourish.

  • North Bullitt, ATC to provide career in wide range of aeronautics fields

     HEBRON ESTATES - It's a pilot program. And it's a pilot program. It's both.

    Bullitt County Public Schools is adding aviation and aerospace to its College and Career Readiness Initiative Program, which offers a variety of alternative education toward various job paths.

    North Bullitt High School and the Bullitt County Career Readiness Center (in conjunction with the Bullitt County Area Technology Center) will partner with the Air+Space Academy headquartered at Bowman Field in Louisville.

  • Returning retired teachers will face changes in way benefits, like vacation, are calculated

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- The Bullitt County Public School District has always been open to retired employees coming back to work.

    However, if they do come back to work after sitting out the required amount of time, they will return with zero seniority in terms of benefits.

    The Bullitt County Public School Board voted to alter its holiday and vacation policy.

    When two retired employees were rehired, assistant superintendent Becky Sexton said they were treated differently under the previous policy.

  • MW Middle students are 'reel' stars at competition

    Mt. Washington Middle School students Cambren Joiner, Trenton Stetser, Jordan Pollard and Macy Pratt were recognized last month at the REEL Action Awards Ceremony as 2nd Runner Up in Best Use of Sound for their 30-second video Failing Grade.

                The annual contest was sponsored by Alliance for Youth and features videos from youth ages 12-17 about the dangers of underage drinking.

  • Pleasant Grove earns top prize in state STLP contest

     Pleasant Grove Elementary School Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP) students earned First Place – Elementary Division in Cinemania Kentucky Tourism during STLP State Championships last month at Rupp Arena in Lexington.

    They were among 50 students from nine Bullitt County Public Schools participating in the event.

  • Kaufman to participate in Craft Academy at Morehead

     MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Bullitt East High School sophomore Sebastian Kaufman is one of 60 Kentucky students selected for Morehead State University’s Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics.

    Scheduled to open in August 2015, the Craft Academy will meet the unique educational needs of academically gifted and talented high school juniors and seniors in the Commonwealth. A college-level curriculum will allow students to finish high school while also completing up to two years of university coursework.

  • Visit to Washington

     The 8th grade class from Little Flock Flock Christian Academy visited Washington DC in March.

    Through their mission work, they served at the Capital Area Food Bank and at Central Union Mission.

    They also visited Arlington Cemetery, National Archives, Smithsonian Zoo and Museums, Memorials and Monuments, International Spy Museum, NBA game, Mt. Vernon, Ford’s Theater, The Pentagon, The White House, The Capitol, Medieval Times, and Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.

  • BCHS collects shoes to help needy, purchase sign

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - A new fundraising campaign shows signs that Bullitt Central High School is stepping in the right direction.

    The school kicked off a shoe collection drive through Funds2Orgs in hopes of raising funding for a new digital school sign.

    Organizer Terry Stamps, a Bullitt Central clerical assistant, said the goal was to collect 300 bags worth of new and gently-used shoes, with 25 pair to a bag.

    The shoes will be collected by Funds2Orgs, who will distribute them to places in Africa and Central America.

  • Start times will not change for students in Bullitt

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Forget any concerns about changing child care arrangements during the next school year.

    The Bullitt County Public School Board unanimously threw up a big red stop sign on any further study or discussion on altering the current start time schedule.

    This ends a four-month research-based study on the what is the best learning situation for students at each grade level.

    A big concern centered around studies stating that high school students should not start classes earlier than 8:30 a.m. Currently, their classes begin at 7:20 a.m.