• Wright sees outdoors as perfect place for learning

     CLERMONT - Victoria Wright considers an outdoor classroom a natural educational environment.

  • Reality Check

     Students at Hebron Middle School recently got a little Reality Check thanks to a program that puts them into the real world of finance.

    The Reality Store allows students to take their money and then decide how they are going to spend it.

    They have options on some of their disposable income but they are also have some items that they must purchase... such as paying for shelter and food.

    The students were assisted by members of the North Bullitt Future Business Leaders of American chapter, who worked at the tables.

  • Wilson loves what she does as county's top elementary teacher

        MOUNT WASHINGTON - When it comes to being an educator, Crossroads Elementary kindergarten teacher Carla Wilson has a simple philosophy: love what you do.
        After 17 years in education Wilson, 41, still loves what she does and it has not gone unnoticed.
        For her passion and commitment to education, Wilson was recently named Bullitt County Public School's 2012 Elementary School Teacher of the Year.

  • NB’s Miller part of first state student council

     HEBRON ESTATES - North Bullitt High School senior Forrest Miller is one of 11 Kentucky students selected to serve on the first Next-Generation Student Council, a new group formed by Kentucky Education Commissioner Terry Holliday.

  • Schools get back-to-back test of safety plan

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - On two occasions in the same week, Bullitt County Public School officials were called upon to follow emergency weather procedures.

  • School calendar for 2012-13 will look familiar

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Those happy with Bullitt County Public Schools’ current school year calendar will be pleased to know the proposed 2012-2013 calendar is almost identical. 


     Bullitt County Schools Calendar of Events March 2012







  • Maryville gets grant to help increase its exercise options

        PIONEER VILLAGE - Combatting obesity requires two elements...exercise and a healthy diet.
        Maryville Elementary School students got a big boost in exercise thanks to a $4,000 grant from Fuel Up to Play 60 from the Southeast United Dairy Association Inc.
        SUDAI Manager of School Programs Kathy Belcher presented the large check to Physical Education teacher Dennis Minnis during a rousing Town Hall.

  • Local staff to present at technology conference

        SHEPHERDSVILLE - Technology Integration Specialists with Bullitt County Public Schools will again present at a prestigious state conference.
        District TIS' Susan Jenkins, Christie Turbeville and Keith Barnes have the spotlight during portions of the Kentucky Society for Technology in Education (KySTE) Conference March 7-9, 2012 at the Galt House East in Louisville.

  • Booklet helps students get through college experience

    FRANKFORT - Kentucky students headed to college in the fall have a new resource to help them through their first year on campus.

    Surviving College, a guide to students’ first year, is now available free from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).

    The 36-page booklet includes the following sections:

    ·         Majors and class schedules;

    ·         Staying healthy and safe on campus;