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2015 Back to School
Maryville Elementary School Counselor Kaet Barron dressed as a crayon box, ringing a cow bell and holding a sign proclaiming 'orange you glad to be back at school? I'm tickled pink!' North Bullitt High School students exit a fleet of buses early on August 12 to start the 2015-2016 school year. School bus driver Kym Toogood and a few of her passengers at 6:40 a.m. on the first day of school for Bullitt County students. North Bullitt High School students enter the facility for the start of the 2015-2016 school year. Sliding back into the school routine at Hebron Middle. Students, staff (even Superintendent Keith Davis) enjoy the inflatable slide at Hebron Middle School. Hebron Middle School students head back to class on August 12. Maryville Elementary School Volunteer Coordinator Malena Alexander and Principal Ruth Esterle greet students and parents as a new school year officially begins. Maryville Elementary School staff answer questions and assist parents. The Bullitt County Board of Education at a recent meeting unanimously voted to rename the Brooks Elementary School media center the Marvin F. Stewart Library in honor of the longtime administrator. New Brooks Elementary School Principal Melissa Boyle admires a class of students following the rules as they do the Bronco walk down a hallway. New Brooks Elementary School Principal Melissa Boyle praises students for listening to their teachers while in the hallway. Bullitt Lick Middle School Principal Lee Barger asked staff and parents to decorate their cars with red, while and blue school pride for the first day. Bullitt Lick Middle School students enjoy lunch on the first day of the 2015-2016 school year.