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Education

  • Bullitt East student to have play as part of Actor’s series

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — What started as a new playwriting class has led to one student having her play performed by the professionals.

    Senior Jordan Maloyed was selected as one of eight playwrights to have her 10-minute play “Not Another Cliché” performed as part of the Actor’s Theatre of Louisville’s 2017 New Voices Young Playwrights Festival in April.

  • BE investigating another threat

      MOUNT WASHINGTON – Officials at Bullitt East High School are investigating a second threat in as many days at the school.

    Principal Chris Mason, who sent an email to parents on Thursday regarding a threat, delivered a similar message again on Friday afternoon.

    The following is a copy of the Friday email message:

    Dear BEHS Parents,

  • A Very Special Homecoming Night

     The Bullitt Central student body showed its love for Morgan Baggett on Friday as she was selected as homecoming queen.

    She is the daughter of Tonya Rumford and Curtis Baggett.

    Baggett, who has Down Syndrome, was representing the Best Buddies program at the school.

    She was accompanied by Gage Niedert, son of Karen Niedert.

    Tristin Logsdon, son of Kristina and Rob Logsdon, was selected as the Homecoming King.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • ‘Small’ redistricting changes put into place for next school year

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — After listening to several parents with comments — both pro and con — over two proposed redistricting areas, the decision was made.

    The Bullitt County Public School Board unanimously approved changing about 80 elementary students in two areas.

    In the Chapeze area, 37 students would move from Lebanon Junction Elementary to Cedar Grove Elementary.

    That change received support from several speakers.

  • KHEAA offering chance to win iPad during February

      Kentucky residents have another chance to win a new iPad from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) in a sweepstakes being held through Facebook in February.

    The contest runs from 12 a.m. on Feb. 1 through 12 a.m. on March 1.

    To enter, a Kentuckian must visit the KHEAA Facebook page, click on the “Giveaway” tab on the left side of the KHEAA Facebook page and answer one question about college.

  • Deadline nears for Bullitt Co. Farm Bureau scholarships

     It is the time of year, HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS, to get scholarship applications to fill out for college opportunities.

    Bullitt County Farm Bureau gives 4 $2,000 scholarships.  The requirements are  

    *Have either a minimum of 3.0 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale or a minimum score of 19 on the ACT

    *be the child of a Bullitt County Farm Bureau member and remain such while the scholarship is in force

    *finish high school within the year they apply for the scholarship.

  • Visitors amazed at ‘new’ school

     MOUNT WASHINGTON—The building may be new but the memories were still present during the Mount Washington Elementary Community Open House on Sunday.

    Former teachers, administration, students and neighbors made their way out to the newly renovated school to walk through the new hallways and remember how far the school has come.

    Major changes to the school includes the new hardwood floor gym with bleachers, an expanded cafeteria, a more secluded library and computer lab, an office suite and, most noticeable, four walls and a door for every classroom.

  • RENAISSANCE in LEARNING

     CLERMONT – Bernheim Middle School is hosting a reformation of sorts for its students.

    The BMS Renaissance Rally is a school-wide celebration focusing on student success.

    “It is all about the culture and climate of our school and getting our students excited about being successful at school,” said BMS Youth Services Center coordinator Tara Davis.

    The event is similar to a school pep rally but with the emphasis on recognizing academic achievements and good character.

  • Students throughout county show off their best chess moves

     MOUNT WASHINGTON — For the fifth year in a row, Crossroads Elementary hosted the Bullitt County Chess Championships.

    The unrated competition was open to grades kindergarten through 12 and all but three schools in the district were represented by approximately 110 total students.

    Mount Washington Elementary student Connor Edmonson won the K-1 and K-3 title. According to Bullitt County Public Schools Chess Director Dennis Minnis, he is the first kindergartner to ever win the BCPS K-3 individual title.

  • Backpacks on Friday provides valuable aid in all parts of county

     MOUNT WASHINGTON—In the land of milk and honey, there are students who go home with a little something extra in their backpacks on Friday: food for the weekend.

    The Blessings in a Backpack program works to provide breakfast and lunch for the weekend to students whose families need a little more help in the grocery department.