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The Bullitt County Board of Education is seeking a visionary leader who has the ability to develop effective relationships that builds trust with all stakeholders by demonstrating professional integrity, valuing employee input while modeling the values of the community and school district.
Limited Redistricting Proposal (CORRECTED) for 2018-19
The following is a proposal to reduce student crowding at schools in the eastern part of the county, especially Pleasant Grove Elementary and to more effectively utilize classroom space in the northern part of the county, will be submitted to the Board of Education for consideration at its November 27, 2017 regular meeting. See the attached link for the specific proposal and streets that would be affected should this be approved. There is a limited public comment period near the beginning of each regular business meeting of the Board of Education.
2017-18 Proposal To Reduce East Area Crowding
SPECIAL IN-DISTRICT TRANSFERS
Parents may make application December 1 through January 15, for a student transfer in accordance with Board Policy to attend an Elementary or Middle School identified as accepting transfers for the next school year
Over 1,000 Bernheim, Bullitt Lick, Eastside, Hebron, Mt. Washington and Zoneton Middle School students participated in Junior Achievement Inspire
Bullitt East High School’s English Dept. Chair Larry Steinmetz has been named the State Journalism Director for the Journalism Education Association (JEA).
By unanimous action, the Bullitt County Board of Education authorized Superintendent Keith Davis to close schools for one day if Gov. Matt Bevin calls a special session concerning pension reform, so that staff members may, if they choose, attend the session and speak with legislators about the public pension issue.
Bullitt County Public Schools has released new guidelines for how internal and external communication takes place in the schools and district.
Over $20,000 has been awarded in grants to educational projects by the Bullitt County Foundation for Excellence in Public Education.
Project Lead The Way Engineering Master Teacher Darrell Vincent has been selected to continue to serve on the task force working on Engineering curriculum, standards, and certifications with KDE.
Since partnering with the Kentucky Energy Efficiency Program for Schools (KEEPS) in November 2006, Bullitt County Public Schools has saved over $5.5 million in energy costs.
The new face in charge of a fleet of school buses is Joe Shepherd.
For the second consecutive year, JOM employees have put their best foot forward at Shepherdsville Elementary School.
Bullitt County Public Schools
1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville KY 40165