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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

School Food Services Workers Earn Level 1 Certification

Two School Food Service workers have become the first district employees to earn their Level 1 Certification through the School Nutrition Association (SNA).


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Mission Statement

New SES Mission Statement:


“We are a safe and caring community school with dedicated professionals who give every child, every chance, every day.”

In an on-going effort of continuous improvement, our staff has been working on a new mission statement for our school. We believe that this new statement sums up what we are about at Shepherdsville Elementary. The SBDM Council approved it at our monthly meeting yesterday. Please provide us with feedback about our new mission statement.


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The Life Changer of the Year Nominee!

Congratulations to:
Mrs. Linda Capps, our long-term substitute teacher for Mrs. Christy Watson’s third grade class, has been nominated as the 2014-2015 Life Changer of the Year. The Life Changer of the Year Program is sponsored by national Life Group and recognizes and rewards the very best K-12 school district educators and employees from around the country who are making a difference in the lives of students by exemplifying excellence, positive influence, and leadership.


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ENERGY STAR Schools Power District to Top Three in Kentucky

There are 23 school facilities in Bullitt County and 17 of them are ENERGY STAR certified putting the district number three in Kentucky.


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We Need Your Help!

As a parent I often wonder how I can help my child's school be the best it can be! Here are some ways you can help!


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Cold Weather Reminder!

Winter Coats – If your child needs a coat or if you have one that is new or gently used that you would like to donate, please contact our Family Resource Center at 869-7012.

Lost Clothing - If you have not done so already, please put your child’s name inside their coat and jacket. It makes it much easier for us to return it to them if it is lost or misplaced.


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District Among Kentucky's Top Ten in Teacher Salaries

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


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Spring Pictures

 

Spring pictures, classroom pictures, kindergarten cap and gown pictures, and group pictures are scheduled for Friday March 6th! So start practicing your best smile!


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Kindergarten Pre-registration

Kindergarten Pre-registration is just around the corner! So mark the date and spread the news!


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Microsoft Office FREE for Staff and Students

Microsoft Office is now available for FREE for staff and students in Bullitt County Schools. 


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UPCOMING EVENTS

FYI

For the 2014-2015 school year: Doors will open at 8:40 for all students! Remember…all students will report to the cafeteria for breakfast before heading to class as part of our new school meal plan. Please plan to have your child to school so that they will have time to eat their breakfast before they start class! Our school day starts promptly at 9:10. If you are dropping your child off after this time please report to the front office to sign them in. Our dismissal time continues to be 3:50. Please be sure your child knows how they will be going home each day. If your child is a walker or car rider you will be required to have a car tag or walker tag to pick your child up. These tags are available in the front office. If you do not have a tag you will not be able to pick up your child. Instead, you will be sent to the office to acquire the correct tag before we release your child to you. Also, parents of car riders must wait in the car rider line just as parents of walkers must actually walk to the school. Please remember that students must be picked up by an adult.