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What BEHS did on summer vacation... Ms. Erica Capito in front of the Louvre Museum in Paris, France. Ms. Erica Capito and husband visited Notre Dame in Paris, France. Ms. Erica Capito and husband visited the Eiffel 
Tower in Paris, France. Ms. Erica Capito and husband on a camel in Egypt. Ms. Erica Capito and husband visited the Pyramids at Giza in Egypt. Ms. Erica Capito visited an active Roman dig site in Rome, Italy. Ms. Erica Capito and husband visited the Colosseum in Rome, Italy. Ms. Erica Capito and husband visited the Pantheon Roman temple in Rome, Italy. Ms. Kari Stewart enjoyed visiting her parents (and the elephant seals) in California. Ms. Amanda Bohner and BEHS students attended the Jostens Renaissance Conference in Phoenix, AZ. Ms. Amanda Bohner and BEHS students attended the Jostens Renaissance Conference in Phoenix, AZ. Ms. Amanda Bohner and BEHS students attended the Jostens Renaissance Conference in Phoenix, AZ. Ms. Amanda Bohner and BEHS students attended the Jostens Renaissance Conference in Phoenix, AZ. Ms. Amanda Bohner and BEHS students attended the Jostens Renaissance Conference in Phoenix, AZ. Ms. Amanda Bohner and BEHS students attended the Jostens Renaissance Conference in Phoenix, AZ. Troy and Crystal Barr & Family visited Paris, France. Troy and Crystal Barr visited Paris, France. Darrell Vincent visited the majestic Grand Canyon. J. T. Lewis (here with Darrell Vincent and others at the University of Kentucky) was trained and certified in Principles of Engineering. Mr. Dustin Armstrong got married. Ms. Molter and students had a wonderful experience in Cuba. Ms. Molter and students had a wonderful experience in Cuba. Ms. Molter and students had a wonderful experience in Cuba. Ms. Molter and students had a wonderful experience in Cuba. Ms. Leslie Lloyd won 2 first place ribbons at the Shelby County Fair Horse Show for Pleasure Riding and Equitation. Ms. Maddie Mann had a great visit to Oklahoma City. Ms. Abigail Phillips crafted a beautiful wreath out of old books for her classroom. Ms. Cathy Russell looked at the Louisville skyline during a break in professional development at the Galt House. Ms. Kari Stewart enjoyed the peace and quiet of her backyard. Ms. Sue Roe added to her considerable knowledge in her subject area. "Dr. Mac" enjoyed watching family and friends win ribbons at horse shows around KY and surrounding states. Ms. Pam Swift and family toured Steamboat Springs, CO; Jensen, UT and Kansas City, MO. Ms. Pam Swift and family toured Steamboat Springs, CO; Jensen, UT and Kansas City, MO. Ms. Pam Swift and family toured Steamboat Springs, CO; Jensen, UT and Kansas City, MO. Mr. Darrell Vincent trained engineering teachers at the Fed Ex World Center hub in Memphis, TN and at the University of Kentucky. Mr. Chris Mason was selected to participate in the Kentucky Chamber Foundation’s Leadership Institute for School Principals. BEHS Charger Nation

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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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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Students in Grades 6-8 Receiving Chromebooks this School Year

To prepare middle school students for learning in the technology age for both college and their future, BCPS students in grades 6-8 are receiving Chromebooks for 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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Administrators Selected to Participate in Leadership Institute for School Principals

Several Bullitt County Public School administrators from each grade level have been selected to participate in the Kentucky Chamber Foundation’s Leadership Institute for School Principals.


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Welcome

Bullitt East High School was founded in 1980.  Currently 1,478 students are enrolled in grades 9-12.  Our school accountability is 78.4 Overall which places us in the top 50 high schools in Kentucky.  We are currently labeled as a back-to-back Distinguished School (first time in school history) and a High Progress School.

Bullitt East offers students over 30 clubs and 24 sports.