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BMS student making a difference during the Covid19 Pandemic.
Drake makes masks for health-care workers.
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Lady Bruins Home Game
Students welcome the Lady Bruins!
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BMS Students
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BMS Therapy Dog
Henry Clay is a calming presence in the classroom.
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BMS Students model excellent work ethic.
Students work diligently to complete an assignment.
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The cows have come home for the BMS Bruin Bonanza (Best First Day Ever)
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Snowy Day at BMS
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Creation of a Magnet
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BCPS 2020-2021 Annual Update of Student Information

BCPS Existing Students

2020-2021 Annual Update of Student Information

Window Opens April 10, 2020   

Click here for more information: FLYER

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February Leaders of the Month

Congratulations to the February Leaders of the Month!

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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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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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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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Bruin Bulletin

School-Wide Improvement Plan (CSIP)

Title 1 Annual Review 2018-2019

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Attendance is imperative to student learning. Students need to be at school every day unless they have a fever or are vomiting. If a student must miss school, a note must be turned in within 5 days of their return to school. Parent notes are limited to 6 a year, which includes notes for being tardy to school. If a student goes to the doctor or dentist, be sure to get a note from that office to bring in to school. While we know some appointments are not flexible, please try to schedule as many appointments after school as possible. Every 3 unexcused tardies that a student has for sign-ins or sign-outs will result in lunch detention. Please be sure to turn in a note if your child is late or gets signed out early. If you use a parent note that does count as one of the 6 you get for the year.

Keep Up With Bernheim Middle!

In order to stay informed about the happenings of BMS, please follow us on social media. Be sure to “Like” us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @BernheimMiddle. Also, check our blog, BMS News Bytes. Please visit the school website often including teacher individual webpages.   



Bernheim Middle School
700 Audubon Drive
Shepherdsville, KY 40165

Phone: 502-869-4000

Fax: 502-543-5299


Doors Open at 7:40 AM

School Starts at 8:00 AM

School Ends at 3:00 PM

CSIP 19-20


Title One SWP 2018-2019


Guidance Counselor: Amy Bush