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CARES funding sponsors THRIVE Academy

First year educators enter a classroom with as much school training as possible, but no amount of college or student teaching can match actual classroom management. This is why the THRIVE Academy exists: to provide the support first year educators need to transition from student teaching to having his/her own classroom. 


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Kentucky Safe Schools
BCPS endorses Kentucky Safe Schools Week

Bullitt County Judge Executive Jerry Summers today officially proclaimed October 18–24, 2020, as Bullitt County Public Schools Safe Schools Week. 

Kentucky Safe Schools Week is set for October 18–24, 2020. This year's theme is “HEALTHY HABITS, Shield Our Schools!” Bullitt County and the Kentucky Center for School Safety stands on the belief that everybody should enjoy school equally and be treated with respect. Community members, educators, students and parents are encouraged to get involved during Kentucky Safe Schools Week.


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KDE releases 2019-2020 School Report Card data

This article is an overview of the Kentucky State Report Card process this year. Details on the Bullitt School District’s performance will be included in the next newsletter release.

The Kentucky Department of Education released annual School Report Card data on Oct. 14, as required by statute and under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).


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return to in-person
Return to in-person learning for grades 3-5, 6th, and 9th Monday, Oct. 5.

We are excited to welcome our students back to in-person learning! By phasing students back in grade levels, we can better protect everyone. While we would love to welcome all our students back at once, we recognize we are still in the middle of a global pandemic, and the safety of our students, staff, and community members is our top priority. 


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K-2 welcome back to school

We had a blast welcoming our K-2 students back to school! Not only did the students have fun back in the classroom, but the faculty and staff felt a little bit lighter getting to work with our students in person. Check out some of the photos we took this week. 


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EMT
BCPS partners with JCTC & Bullitt County Emergency Management Services

Bullitt County Public Schools has come together with Jefferson Community and Technical College to partner with Bullitt County Emergency Management Services in order to offer tuition-free EMT classes to high school students. This program allows students to train to become certified EMTs, as the community currently faces a shortage of local emergency services workers. Students who complete the program are guaranteed jobs with Bullitt County EMS. 


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BCPS after-hours weekly meal pick-up

Beginning Thursday, October 1, the BCPS Department of School Nutrition will be providing an after-hours meal service method for students in the Bullitt Cloud Academy. In addition, this meal service includes non-school-aged children in the home under the age of 19. The service method will provide a week’s worth of meals -- five breakfast and five lunch meals -- to be picked up at one location one day a week. 


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free meals
BCPS students will receive free meals through 12/31/2020

The BCPS Department of School Nutrition now has the flexibility from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to operate their food service department under the Summer Feeding Supplement Program (SFSP) policies.


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FAQs
FAQs

We have prepared this page of FAQs to address questions regarding the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. With the still-present global pandemic, we understand there are many uncertainties and concerns about what is happening now and for the rest of the year. It has been especially challenging to confirm any details for the future as we do not know what tomorrow will look like.


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Yondr implementation week a huge success

This week was a major feat on many fronts for North Bullitt High School.  Students returned to in-person instruction (an enormous operation for all stakeholders) and we began a cultural shift for students to “Be Here Now!”  Yondr trainers from across the country were present to inform students about the program and the importance of when and where cell phones should be used.  This transition was not a simple task.


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Introducing new School Resource Officer

As the new School Resource Officer for the Hillview Police Department, I will be responsible for Zoneton Middle School, Overdale Elementary and Brooks Elementary school. My main objective is to ensure the safety of each student, staff member and the buildings. I will be working closely with each school to ensure we are maintaining a very high level of security and safety. 


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Principals Week: North Middle and Elementary Schools

October is National Principals Month, with October 19-23 designated as Principals Week. We would like to recognize our middle and elementary school principals for the commitment and dedication they bring to their buildings.


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Bullitt County Public Schools

1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville KY 40165

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Bullitt County Public Schools
1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville, KY 40165