Bullitt County Public Schools
1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville KY 40165
No one could blame Matthew McCubbins if he ran down the hallway to Rebecca Morris’ science classroom.
Mt. Washington Elementary School second grade student Cohen Miller and first grade student Maggy Inmon earned top honors at the 2015 NAWIC Block Kids competition.
Two School Food Service workers have become the first district employees to earn their Level 1 Certification through the School Nutrition Association (SNA).
A trio of veteran educators have been named 2015-2016 District Elementary, Middle and High School Teacher of the Year.
Curriculum Coach Kari Stewart and five fellow educators are co-authors of a book titled What Did You learn Today? Implementing Family Message Journals K-12.
There are 23 school facilities in Bullitt County and 17 of them are ENERGY STAR certified putting the district number three in Kentucky.
Bullitt County high school students made significant gains on PLAN tests administered in the fall of 2014. The district has seen its average PLAN score rankings go from 136th in Kentucky in 2006-2007 to 30th this year, climbing an impressive 106 places.
A Kentucky Society for Technology in Education (KySTE) grant of nearly $20,000 has been awarded to Crossroads Elementary School for students to design, create and host a robotics film festival.
New data based on 2014-15 salary scales reveal Bullitt County Public School teachers rank 8th highest in pay out of 174 districts in Kentucky
Brooks, Crossroads and Pleasant Grove Elementary Schools have been awarded Mathematic Achievement Funds.
Cedar Grove Elementary School music teacher Rebecca Dennis has earned certification in Music/Early and Middle Childhood from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, the highest possible ranking in the field of education.