Volume 6 | October 29, 2021
Let's R.O.A.R. Together
Here at Bullitt Central High School, we believe our students should aim to be the best individuals they can be, each and every day. In order to achieve this, we have created a certain standard of expectations: R.O.A.R., which stands for Respect, Ownership, Acceptance, and Resilience. We aim to embed these expectations into each of our students.

We use this newsletter, Let's R.O.A.R. Together, to keep you abreast of all the great things happening with our students and staff at Bullitt Central. This newsletter is bi-weekly, rotating on Fridays with the district’s newsletter.

If you are a family that does not yet have children at Bullitt Central, you may wonder why you're receiving this. Since your students will someday be part of the BC community, we wanted to be sure you know about all the great things happening here. In addition, we will be sharing stories periodically from the elementary and middle schools – so be sure to stay on our list.

We urge you to forward this newsletter to anyone you think might be interested in receiving it. We want to shout our successes from the rooftop for all to hear!

Thank you for your support of our school. We are BC!

Teacher of the Year
Ms. Gabbard named 2021-2022 Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to our 2021-2022 Teacher of the Year, Ms. Eden Gabbard. Ms. Gabbard teaches Algebra 1 and Geometry classes at BCHS, as well as helping out and leading multiple other activities. Ms. Gabbard was voted as Teacher of the Year by her fellow teachers and administrators at BCHS.

Homecoming Dance a success, Game rescheduled to today, 10-29
While our Homecoming Football Game was rescheduled, our students still had a great time at the Homecoming parade and Homecoming dance last weekend! BCHS is incredibly proud of how our students handled themselves.

BCPS students explore the "7 Ways" engineering process
Bullitt County Public Schools is continuing its partnership with GE Appliances (GEA) and their Director of Engineering Development, Mr. Mike Ekbundit.

The Mullet Slayer
Our JROTC students participate across the state in meets and events. In order to participate, students are expected to present themselves in a professional and well-groomed manner, and are provided appearance and grooming standards that help guide them as they prepare to present.

JCTC dual credit opportunities for students
On Thursday, October 21, BCPS high school counselors met downtown to tour Jefferson Community and Technical College’s (JCTC) Advanced Manufacturing and Information Technology (AMIT) Center.

The BCPS Key Process team related to Communications and Public Relations would like to gather your feedback on our district and school communication efforts. Our team wants to ensure that we are providing you with the information you need, when and how you need it. The goal of this ThoughtExchange is to focus on our communication methods and strategies both from a district and school level. 
Keep up with us!