Check out former BCPS student, Caleb Noe, who drew the Super Bowl 37 logo in 5th grade at MWES. Little did he know... almost 20 years later, he'd be live on site in LA to cover Super Bowl 56! Read more: #MovingForward
10 months ago, Kali Ervin, Communications
Alumnus Spotlight: Caleb Noe
Caleb Noe Headshot
Caleb Noe Tweet
Congratulations to our new "GCE"s! These BCPS staff members participated in technology-focused professional learning and passed an exam to show proficiency in a number of Google tools. Way to go! #MovingForward
10 months ago, Kali Ervin, Communications
New BCPS Level 1 Google Certified Educators
New BCPS Level 2 Google Certified Educators
Unfortunately, not everyone is using February to spread some love... Check out this popular scam list that has recently been released by the BBB. Stay alert, BCPS! #MovingForward
10 months ago, Kali Ervin, Communications
BBB Announces February Scams
As promised, here is a link to view the news story/video that Spectrum put together to highlight the Ag Department at BCHS! Congrats, Cougars! #MovingForward #WeAreBC
10 months ago, Kali Ervin, Communications
Spectrum News Visits BCHS
This week is National #SchoolCounselingWeek and BCPS has some of the best out there! Thank you for all you do, counselors!! #MovingForward
10 months ago, Kali Ervin, Communications
It's National School Counseling Week!
Congratulations to three of BCPS’s Family Resource and Youth Service Center Coordinators (FRYSC) who were selected as features in the state’s “FRYSC Impact Report Spotlight!” These three coordinators are incredibly dedicated to their work and have been impacting BCPS in so many ways. Congratulations to: -- Sherri Bishop, BES/FES -- Megan Hatter, MWMS/EMS -- Leigh Ann Lowery, OMES/CES The FRYSC Coordinators are a crucial part of BCPS in implementing programs at all of our schools, helping with student needs, and pointing families to services they may need. Across Kentucky, only 81 FRYSC Coordinators were chosen for this prestigious feature. These individuals are chosen by the state after reviewing the data and projects that every FRYSC Coordinator across the state inputs into a state-level database. “Ms. Hatter, Ms. Lowery, and Ms. Bishop are seasoned coordinators that have served Bullitt County for a long time,” says FRYSC District Supervisor Jackie Roth. “They deserve the recognition. They are definitely leaders among the FRYSC here in Bullitt County, and I am very proud of their work.” Congratulations to you three! BCPS is thankful for your dedication to our students and families.
10 months ago, Kali Ervin, Communications
Way to Go BCPS FRYSCs!