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.
The safety and health of students in grades pre-Kindergarten through 12 is always a top priority.
We are excited to announce we are implementing new e-newsletters this year to help keep you informed about what is happening in the Bullitt County Public School District. Click HERE to subscribe.
School meals are FREE beginning Tuesday, Sept. 8th! If you are not yet on our Bus Stop Meal Delivery list and would like to begin receiving FREE MEALS for your children, please complete this FORM. Please allow 48 hours after submission of this form to begin receiving meals.
BCPS now accepts online payments for Chomebook and Repair Fees! Access MySchoolBucks Here
The Department of School Nutrition is offering daily curbside pick-up for school meals. Updated information can be accessed at this LINK.
Kevin Fugate has been selected District Director of Information and Technology after serving as Brooks Elementary School Principal.
The graduation class of 2020 made history as the first set of seniors, and hopefully the last, to receive their diploma during the taping of our unusual ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic.
After working in Bullitt County elementary schools, Todd Crumbacker has been selected for a district position.
Meet the talented Bullitt Central and Bullitt Advanced Math and Science (BAMS) Program students selected to participate in this summer’s Kentucky Governor’s Scholars (GSP) Program: Sara Eversole, Emma Maddox, Macy French and Ernest Walls, IV
A familiar face returns to the role she originated in Bullitt County Public Schools.
In an effort to ‘grow local paramedics’, Bullitt County Emergency Management Services is partnering with Bullitt County Public Schools and Jefferson Community and Technical College to offer tuition-free EMT classes to interested high school seniors.