The Bullitt County Board of Education approved a calendar for the 2014-2015 school year at the January 27, 2014 meeting, pending any legislative action that may result in changes to this calendar.
2014-2015 Calendar (Amended 5-19-14)
2014-2015 Calendar (Color version) (Amended 5-19-14)
The Bullitt County Board of Education approved a calendar for the 2013-2014 school year at the February 25, 2013 meeting.
2013-2014 Calendar (Amended 4-28-14)
2013-2014 Calendar (color version) (Amended 4-28-14)
2013-2014 Grading Terms (Amended 3-27-14)
Please be aware that all Bullitt County Public Schools will release students 2 hours early on the following days:August 21, 2013 September 18, 2013 October 23, 2013 November 20, 2013 January 15, 2014 February 19, 2014 March 19, 2014 Developing the School Calendar (click to view powerpoint presentation)
2014-2015 Early Release Day Survey of Certified Instructional Staff (click to see summary)
To see the survey question in a graph format, please click on the question below:
The Calendar Committee would like to share the following information:
Names that are submitted as an optional part of the survey have been removed.
The Calendar Committee reads and takes under advisement all survey results. The Committee must follow state statutes and regulations when creating the calendar, therefore some requests and suggestions are not possible.
There are days such as election days and Martin Luther King Day that the district MUST be closed. These days cannot be used to make up days.
Early release days cannot be used to makeup snow days. Days missed must be made up using a whole day – school days missed cannot be made up in increments or banked time.
While the benefits of early release days may not be visible to everyone there are great results that come from this time teachers have to work together.
The district does not close for St. James Art Fair.
Information regarding Oaks Day - Parents, Employees and students are involved in activities that raise funds to provide students opportunities to participate in extracurricular and other activities that they may not otherwise have the opportunity.