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2015-2016 Spirit Wear Order Form

MWMS Spirit Wear Order Form

T-Shirt color choices are black, purple, gray and pink.  Shirts will cost $10

Hoodies will come in gray and are $25


Orders will be taken at General's Bash and again the first days of school.  Payment is due at the time of order.  Checks and cash are accepted, checks should be made payable to MWMS Booster Club.


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2015-2016 Street & Bus Listing

2015-2016 Street & Bus Listing

To help prepare for the 2015-2016 school year, the Bullitt County Public Schools Transportation Department has provided Information about street listings, school bus routes and student pick up times at the links below:

2015-2016 Street and Bus Listing

Infofinder (school and bus information)


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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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Superintendent Keith Davis Earns National Honors for His Work with Gifted Education

Bullitt County Public Schools Superintendent Keith Davis has been selected for the National Association for Gifted Children’s (NAGC)/Ball State University annual Administrator Award.

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Information from Superintendent Davis

Dear MWMS Parents,

I am writing you in an attempt to clear up a number of rumors that have been circulating regarding mold and indoor air quality at Mt. Washington Middle School.  It should go without stating, but I will state anyway that the safety of your children, and the staff that cares for them, is the first priority of the Board and Administration and always will be.

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Mt. Washington Middle School, Redesignated as a "School to Watch" in 2014.


The missing of Mt. Washington Middle School is to provide for our students a strong academic and social foundation, within an orderly, safe, nurturing environment, whereby all children can achieve their maximum potential and become responsible, productive members of society.