Harshaw Trane presented the Environmental Stewardship Award during the Bullitt County Board of Education’s January 25th meeting.
Aaron Barr, a freshman and Bullitt Central High School, and Gracelynn Furhman, a seventh grade student at Hebron Middle School, are the First Place winners in the annual Secondary School Science Fair.
Since Bullitt County Public Schools became part of a pilot energy management program in 2006, a total of $4,215,754 has been saved in utility bills.
School bus driver recruitment was one of the topics discussed at a ‘Meet and Greet’ hosted by the Bullitt County Public School transportation department.
Bullitt County Public Schools’ District Safe Schools Coordinator Sarah Hardin was named Partner of the Year by Partners in Prevention (PIP) during the organization’s annual Member Appreciation Luncheon.
Grants totaling $17,856.19 were distributed to schools from the Bullitt County Foundation for Excellence in Public Education
Bullitt Central High School sophomore Camrin Richardson was honored with First Place for her Pen and Ink drawing during the Kentucky Convention of the National Beta Club.
Bullitt County Public Schools are the 11th lowest in Energy Use Intensity (EUI) in the state of Kentucky.
Dozens of students were honored for their pledge to remain tobacco, alcohol and substance abuse free and for standing up against peer pressure and bullying during the annual Bullitt County Public Schools Red Ribbon ceremony.
Bullitt County Public Schools have been named to the College Board’s 6th annual National Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Roll. The district is one of only six in Kentucky to achieve the honor.
Jennifer Wooley has been elected President of the Kentucky Association of School Human Resource Managers (KASHRM).
District Gifted and Talented Coordinator Sarah Coomer has been named a Director of the Kentucky Association of Gifted Education Advisory Board.