Volume 03 | September 10, 2021
Welcome back to our Bullitt County Public Schools e-newsletter: Always Moving Forward. We are eager to build upon our relationship with students, parents, and the entire community by sharing what is happening in our district with all of you.

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Keep up with BCPS News
Free and Reduced Meal Program application
The month of August is behind us, and we are moving right along through September. This time of year is always interesting with the unofficial ending of summer after Labor Day, the beginning of cooler morning temperatures, and, of course, the start of the college football season!!

Community feedback wanted for website redesign
BCPS is looking for YOU, the community, to join us in our discussions as we redesign our website. If you are interested in being a part of the conversation, click here.

To learn more and/or apply for one of these positions, click here.
BEHS student wins 2020 KHEAA Essay Contest
Congratulations to BCPS Student Tyler Wheatley for winning the Kentucky Higher Education Assistant Authority (KHEAA) Essay Contest. Tyler is a junior at Bullitt East High School. For his winning essay, he will be awarded a $500 scholarship to be applied to a college of his choice.

Pleasant Grove teacher honored with 2022 Valvoline Teacher Achievement Award
Congratulations to BCPS’s very own Mrs. Anna Schneider, who received a 2022 Valvoline Teacher Achievement Award. Mrs. Schneider is a teacher at Pleasant Grove Elementary School.

ROC/CU Criminal Justice dual credit pathway debuted at BCPS
Last week, BCPS debuted our new Criminal Justice dual credit pathway program with a ribbon cutting ceremony!

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