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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Special In-District Transfers

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


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JA Inspire
Hundreds of Middle School Students Attend JA Inspire

Over 1,000 Bernheim, Bullitt Lick, Eastside, Hebron, Mt. Washington and Zoneton Middle School students participated in Junior Achievement Inspire


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Board of Education Passes Resolution for Special Session in Frankfort

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.


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BCPS Sets Standards and Limits for Communication

Bullitt County Public Schools has released new guidelines for how internal and external communication takes place in the schools and district.


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Foundation Awards Over $20,000 in Grants to Educational Projects

Over $20,000 has been awarded in grants to educational projects by the Bullitt County Foundation for Excellence in Public Education.


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BCPS Begins Search for New Superintendent

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.


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ENERGY STAR
District Energy Savings in a Decade = $5.5 Million

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.


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2017 Very Important Partners Honored

Nearly 40 middle and high school students were recognized as Very Important Partners during a Youth Poster Campaign unveiling ceremony last month at Bullitt Central High School.


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Physical Fitnessgram Kits Donated to District

Fostering the belief physical fitness is essential to a well-rounded education, over $15,000 in materials has been donated to Bullitt County Public Schools.


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Adrienne Usher Selected Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning

Current Director of Elementary Education Adrienne Usher has accepted the position of Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning following the retirement of Brenda Pirtle.


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Bullitt County Public Libraries Working to put Library Cards in the Hands of All Students

A working partnership exists between Bullitt County Public Schools and Bullitt County Public Library to ensure all 13,200 students have a library card prior to the 2017–2018 school year.


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Lisa Lewis Named District Director of Finance

Lisa Lewis is the new Director of Finance for Bullitt County Public Schools following the departure of Denise Smith after 10 years.


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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Attendance

Attendance is imperative to student learning. Students need to be at school every day unless they have a fever or are vomiting. If a student must miss school, a note must be turned in within 5 days of their return to school. Parent notes are limited to 6 a year, which includes notes for being tardy to school. If a student goes to the doctor or dentist, be sure to get a note from that office to bring in to school. While we know some appointments are not flexible, please try to schedule as many appointments after school as possible. Every 3 unexcused tardies that a student has for sign-ins or sign-outs will result in lunch detention. Please be sure to turn in a note if your child is late or gets signed out early. If you use a parent note that does count as one of the 6 you get for the year.


Keep Up With Bernheim Middle!

In order to stay informed about the happenings of BMS, please follow us on social media. Be sure to “Like” us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @BernheimMiddle. Also, check our blog, BMS News Bytes. Please visit the school website often including teacher individual webpages.   


*We encourage all parents to sign up for the school’s Remind 101 account to stay up to date on happenings within the school.  You will receive a text message when we need to inform you of things.  Simply text to the phone number 81010 the message @bmsbruin