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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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BCPS students will receive free meals through 12/31/2020

The BCPS Department of School Nutrition now has the flexibility from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to operate their food service department under the Summer Feeding Supplement Program (SFSP) policies.


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Anonymous Tipline available for students and families facing in-home challenges

The ongoing pandemic has thrown schools and students into uncharted waters, forcing many students to learn remotely for several months. Educators, mental health providers, and child protection professionals across the country are very concerned about the safety and welfare of children who have been in the home since March due to the pandemic. 


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Fall sports: what are the rules for spectators?

The fall sports season is upon us, and it is unlikely to be like any season we have ever experienced. All of us at Bullitt County Public Schools believe that sports are a vital piece of a well-rounded student experience. 


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BCPS is headed back to school
BCPS is headed back to school!

We are excited to welcome our students back into our halls! Below is the plan for phasing grade levels back into schools.


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Jesse Bacon, Superintendent
Welcome back, Bullitt County!

This isn’t the way we would like to return to school. In a perfect world, our staff and students would be reconnecting in-person in our buildings. Of course, 2020 isn’t a normal year. While we wish we could be together in-person, the safety of our staff, students, and community is our biggest priority. Starting remote allows us to protect our community, and it gives us time to reopen safely. 


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FAQs
FAQs

We have prepared this page of FAQs to address questions regarding the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. With the still-present global pandemic, we understand there are many uncertainties and concerns about what is happening now and for the rest of the year. It has been especially challenging to confirm any details for the future as we do not know what tomorrow will look like.


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Exploring the Graduate Profile

Bullitt County Public Schools (BCPS) aim to inspire and equip our students to succeed in life. In order to do so, we have created a Graduate Profile, which details our guide to what we believe a young adult needs to be successful in today's rapidly-changing world. These are our six personal pillars that we intend to teach and encourage throughout your student's journey at BCPS. 


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ACT resources
ACT Resources for Bullitt Central parents and students

Do you have a sophomore or junior who is planning on taking the ACT this year? It’s never too early to start preparing. There are five ACT test dates remaining in this school year:


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We're headed back to school!

We’re finally headed back to school! While it has been a pleasure teaching your students remotely, we can’t contain our excitement thinking about having everyone back in the building. We might be headed back to school, but the safety of our students, staff, and community members is still our top priority.


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Steve Miracle, principal
Welcome back, Bullitt Central!

Welcome back to school, Central students, faculty/staff, and parents! This may not be the traditional way to start a school year, but all of us at Bullitt Central High School are excited to be back in session. Although we wish we could be together in person, the safety of our staff, students, and community is our biggest priority. Starting remote allows us to protect our community, and it gives us time to reopen safely.


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Welcome back!

Welcome back to school, everyone! This is a far cry from a traditional start to the school year, but we can’t express enough how happy we are to be back in session. Although we wish we could be together in person, the safety of our students, staff, and community is our biggest priority. Starting remote allows us to protect our community, and it gives us time to reopen safely. 


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Bryan Weller & Cameron Cox
Student Spotlight

This month, we’d like to recognize Bryan Weller and Cameron Cox, both seniors at Riverview Opportunity Center and the Bullitt Co. Area Technology Center. 


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Bullitt County Public Schools

1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville KY 40165

(502) 869-8000


  

Bullitt County Public Schools
1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville, KY 40165