Bullitt County Area Technology Center (ATC) principal, Darrell Vincent, was named the recipient of the Kentucky Department of Education Office of Career and Technical Education’s 2022 Spring KY Tech Distinguished Service Award. Recipients of this award are recognized for their distinguished service in career and technical education (CTE).
The individual who nominated Mr. Vincent for this award stated, “Darrell Vincent goes above and beyond to make sure the students, faculty, and staff at the Bullitt Co. ATC have the resources they need to succeed. He puts in countless hours balancing state and district requirements for our blended school, and has an enormous impact in the lives of the students, their families, and staff. He works with industry partners as well as postsecondary education to help students improve their lives and become successful contributors in the community.”
“I am very humbled and honored to receive the OCTE Distinguished Service Award. This award is a direct reflection of the hard work and dedication of my staff and teachers, at the Bullitt County ATC, and our focus on providing opportunities for our students to be successful,” said Mr. Vincent.
When speaking of Mr. Vincent, BCPS Superintendent Dr. Jesse Bacon had this to say: “As the principal of the ATC, Darrell exemplifies hard work, dedication, and the spirit of distinguished service. Darrell plays such an important role in ensuring we provide the very best education and experiences to our students, especially those in our career and technical education programs. I want to thank Darrell for his commitment to career and technical education and ultimately to the students of Bullitt County.”