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Bullitt County Public Schools: The Leader in Educational Excellence
Front of Bullitt East High School.
We are....CHARGER NATION!!!
Pictures of BEHS assistant principals Nate Fulghum, Tim Ridley and Kari Stewart
Assistant Principal Appreciation Week--Nate Fulghum, Tim Ridley and Kari Stewart were thanked and praised at the BEHS virtual staff meeting.
A screen shot of Chris Mason meeting with staff using ZOOM.
Practicing "social distancing," BEHS Chris Mason, Principal, met with his staff virtually to plan for the next few weeks of NTI on the April Bullitt Day.
National Beta Scholars from BEHS
BEHS Student Shout Out
BEHS FBLA students who won awards
BEHS Student Shout Out
Paige Robinson, Math Teacher
BEHS Teacher Shout Out
Dr. Christine McIntosh, Library Media Assistant
BEHS Staff Shout Out
A computer drafting program showing a depiction of a wall frame.
NTI Days in Action--Matthew, a student in James Lewis' engineering class, used skills from the class to build a room completely on his own from drafting the plans, to calculating its cost, to getting the walls framed.
A student holds up a graph draft of a floor plan.
NTI Days in Action--Matthew, a student in James Lewis' engineering class, used skills from the class to build a room completely on his own from drafting the plans, to calculating its cost, to getting the walls framed.
A male high school student erecting wooden frame for a room.
NTI Days in Action--Matthew, a student in James Lewis' engineering class, used skills from the class to build a room completely on his own from drafting the plans, to calculating its cost, to getting the walls framed.
Chris Mason, principal of BEHS, talking to faculty and staff from his office.
Chris Mason, BEHS Principal, led his daily staff meeting from his office at BEHS via Google Meet.
The school cafeteria and bus drivers are the BCPS Staff Spotlight this week.
BCPS Staff Spotlight
Kellie Davis, Librarian, cleaning a table in the school library.
Deep-cleaning the BEHS Library--Kellie Davis, Librarian, sanitized and deep-cleaned the school library, with help from the library staff.
Students and adults dressed in red holding the special banner in a school gymnasium.
Presentation of the Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Banner at BEHS
Pictures celebrating the four star status of BEHS.
Doing it the Charger Way!
Horse head decal on school windows.
Students are greeted by the Charger on entering school.
Picture of the BEHS front doors.
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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

National Beta Scholar Valerie King
Seniors Named National Beta Scholars

Several high school seniors have been named National Beta Scholars.


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BCPS Core Values
District Adopts Core Values

With input from community stakeholders and the blessings of the Bullitt County Board of Education, a new set of Core Values has been established.


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BCPS Graduate Profile
Bullitt County Public Schools Graduate Profile

After investing 13 year of study in public education, what does a high school senior do when presented a diploma?


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Aspiration Statements
Aspiration Statements for Bullitt County Public Schools

According to Superintendent Jesse Bacon, aspirations define the future the district seeks.


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Google Level 2 Certification
Educators Earn Google Level 1 and 2 Certification

The number of educators earning Google Level 1 and 2 Certification has increased.


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District Supervisor of Social Services Erin McGohon
Erin McGohon to Serve on Kentucky Association for School Social Workers (KASSW) Board

District Supervisor of Social Services Erin McGohon has been selected to serve on the Kentucky Association of School Social Workers (KASSW) board.


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Senior Beta Club Convention Honors
Students Earn Honors at Senior Beta Club Convention

The 2020 Senior Beta Club Convention featured honors galore for Bullitt County Public School high school students.


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Secondary Schools STEM Challenge
2020 Secondary Schools STEM Challenge

Creating a balloon car was the objective of the 2020 district secondary school STEM Challenge hosted by Zoneton Middle School.


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Census 2020
Census 2020: Make Sure You Count

When individuals receive their Census 2020 packet, it is vital they participate.


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Allison Robinson Named District Drug-Free Community Grant Coordinator

Allison Robinson was employed with the Department of Corrections for 11 years before her new role in Bullitt County Public Schools.


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"Handle With Care" logo
District and Local Police Agencies Launch "Handle With Care"

Bullitt County Public Schools announced a partnership with HPD, MWPD, and SPD to launch the “Handle With Care” program to support children facing trauma.


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2019 District Red Ribbon Ceremony
2019 District Red Ribbon Ceremony

Dozens of students were recognized for their stance against harmful substances and bullying during the 2019 District Red Ribbon Ceremony.


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UPCOMING EVENTS

Welcome

Bullitt East High School was founded in 1980.  Currently 1,504 students are enrolled in grades 9-12.  Our school accountability is 76.1 Overall (four star rating) which places us in the top 25 high schools in Kentucky.  BEHS is currently number 7 in the state in transition readiness and has been 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.  

Bullitt East High School
11450 Highway 44 East
Mt. Washington, KY 40047

Phone: 502-869-6400

Fax: 502-538-8368

Hours:

Doors Open at 6:50 AM

School Starts at 7:20 AM
School Ends at 2:10 PM


CSIP 19-20