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This form can also be found under the "Student Services" drop down menu from the home page on our website. 

Boyle County Schools Ranks 4th in the State on KPREP Assessment

The Kentucky Department of Education recently released test scores from 2015-2016 KPREP state-wide assessment. In the past, Boyle County Schools has scored amongst the top school districts in the state, and this past year was no different. Boyle County Schools is currently the 4th ranked district in the state. We are also the highest ranking county district in the state for the third consecutive year. 

To read the article on the Advocate Messenger click here
To read the press release from Boyle County Schools click here. 

BCHS Students Qualify as National Merit Semi-Finalists

Four Boyle County High School students have qualified as National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalists; Taylor Whitsell, Wesley Wei, Kate Leahey, and Anna Duncan. 

The National Merit® Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships. Becoming a National Merit Semi-Finalist is competitive and requires scoring in the top 1% on the PSAT.

"Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit" - Aristotle  

Hats off to these BCHS Students who pursue excellence daily!

2016 Boyle County High School Graduate Earns Grawemeyer Scholarship

UofL student from Danville earns Grawemeyer Scholarship

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - University of Louisville freshman Connor Burns is one of ten scholars to receive the 2016 Grawemeyer Scholarship. The award provides full tuition plus an additional $8,000 per year to cover college-related expenses. The scholarship goes to students interested in undergraduate research. To qualify, Kentucky high school graduates must have a minimum ACT score of 31, or 1420 on the SAT, and a grade point average of 3.75 or better.

Burns, a bioengineering major at UofL’s Speed School of Engineering, graduated in 2016 from Boyle County High School. He is the son of Greg and Carole Burns.

“Being a Grawemeyer recipient carries significance, mainly because of the program associated with the scholarship,” said Burns. “The program facilitates connections needed to begin researching as early as freshman year, which is something I highly value.”

Burns was salutatorian of his high school class and was named a 2016 National AP Scholar and National Merit Finalist.

Superintendent LaFavers Testified Before House and Senate Education Committee on NTI Program

Recently, Mike LaFavers, Superintendent of Boyle County Schools, testified in favor of the Non-Traditional Instruction program. He was featured in an article on the Kentucky School Boards Association website. 

To read the full article, click here.

Boyled to Perfection Culinary Team Place 2nd at State Fair

The Boyled to Perfection culinary team competed at the State Fair last week. They were judged on taste of their dish, culinary knowedge, skill, sanitation, and presentation. The team advanced to the final round, where they prepared BBQ pork tacos with apple poppy seed coleslaw. Boyled to Perfection placed 2nd overall. 

Team members are Mady Thomas, Chandler Lane, Sidney Darnell, and Samantha Stewart. 

Congratulations to these students!

BCHS Art Students Win Ribbons at State Fair

In July BCHS had several students compete in 4-H Rally days and the winners went on to compete at the state level.  Three of our talented artists won awards in 5 different categories. 

Summer Allahham -Blue Ribbon for photography, my community level two

Joy Conge -Blue Ribbon for Senior Acrylic painting

Natalie Hayes -Blue Ribbon for Senior Color Drawing, Senior Black and White Drawing, Single photography person, and Digital photography

Congratulations to these students!

FFA Dominates at State Fair

Both the Agronomy and Livestock Judging teams won state competitions.   

The members of the Agronomy team are Alexis Sosh (High Individual in the contest), Sarah Randall (2nd high), Makayla Richter (5th high) and Adriana Crockett (6th high).  This is the first ever win for Boyle County in the Agronomy contest- although it was only our fourth ever attempt!  This team absolutely obliterated the competition with the 2nd place team 121 points behind us. The Agronomy team will now move on to compete in the national contest at the National FFA Convention in October. 

The members of the Livestock Judging team are Cody Glasscock (High overall individual in the contest), Taylor Graves (2nd high overall, 1st high in goat and 1st high in swine), and Ethan Ellis (9th high overall).  This was the first win in this contest for Boyle County since 2009. Unfortunately, the livestock team will not be able to compete in the national contest because all those members are already competing in national competitions and scheduling conflicts will prevent them from competing in multiple contests.

Michaela Carpenter also placed 13th overall in the Seed Identification contest.

The Boyle County chapter is also a top 10 finalist for Models of Innovation in Community Development, which is based on our chapter activities throughout the year related to community development. 

Congrats to all students who participated and good luck our students who will compete at the National Convention later this year!

Last night Boyle County Schools was alerted, by local law enforcement, that a homicide had occurred in the Junction City community. As with any similar situation we will take all precautions necessary to ensure the well being and safety of all our students. Any questions or inquiries should be directed to local law enforcement.

BCHS Teacher Ryan New Featured in Kentucky Teacher Article

Ryan New a former BCHS teacher, who spent the last year working with the Kentucky Department of Education, will be returning to teach social studies at Boyle County High School in the fall. He was recently featured in an article for Kentucky Teacher discussing how to get students more actively engaged in social studies classrooms. 

To read the article, click here

JCES Odyssey of the Mind takes 2nd Place at State!

The Junction City Jaguars Odyssey of the Mind group took second place this weekend in Bowling Green. They will now advance to the World Competition in Iowa. 


2016-2017 Preschool Registration and Screening Dates

Support your child's growth by enrolling them in the district preschool program! We look forward to working with your family and giving your child a wonderful learning experience.


New Middle School- Community Forum

Tuesday, August 16
7:00 PM
Boyle County Middle School Cafeteria

Your feedback is requested in the design process for the new middle school. There will be a brief presentation followed by a question and answer session. There are many details that have yet to be defined. All feedback will be collected and used in future planning.

Example of topics to be covered:
-KDE Requirements
-Traffic Patterns

*This above only serves as a sample and is not a comprehensive list.

Unable to attend, but would still like to submit feedback? Click here: Online Feedback

Invitation for Bid - Combi Oven, Milk Cooler

Invitation for Bid -- Combi Steamer Oven 

Invitation for Bid -- Milk Cooler 

Boyle County a Leader in Farm to School

As part of Seed Change, Boyle County School District has been designated one of two Farm to School Demonstration Sites in Kentucky, highlighting their work as leaders in the state. In addition to building an outdoor classroom, increasing our garden size and upgrading our current greenhouse, the district has hosted 2 trainings for 30 school professionals from across the state to help increase these opportunities for all students. 

At these trainings, Boyle County School District showcased school garden, greenhouses and the hydroponic lettuce raised for our students and inspired other schools to grow their own farm to school programs. These trainings gave attendees an opportunity to participate in a hands-on, peer learning experience with other teachers, food service personnel, parents and students across the state to share farm to school concepts, best practices, challenges and questions. 

Construction Management Services Bid

The Boyle County Board of education will accept bids in its Central Office (1651 Perryville Rd Danville, KY-back of middle school location) until 12:00 PM, Thursday, June 30th, 2016, for the purchase of the following items: 

·         Construction Management Services

Bids will be opened Thursday June 30th, 2016 at 1651 Perryville Rd. Danville, KY (back of middle school location). Specifications may be obtained at the address above. Packets may be picked up beginning June 20th, 2016 and after that date during the office hours of 8:00 AM to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday, until the time mentioned above.  The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.


Steve Tamme, Chairperson

Mike Lafavers, Secretary

Kona Ice Every Day of Black and Gold

Thank you Kona Ice for providing Kona Ice every day of Black and Gold. 

Black and Gold Parent Info

Black and Gold is now only a week away and we are so excited!

It is very important that all parents finalize their child's registration. This includes signing a code of conduct, picking up transportation documents, and confirming emergency contact information. We have several options for pick up times.

June 7th - 6:30-7:30 at BCHS (after the new parent meeting)
June 8th -- 8:30-3:30 at Central Office (Park in the lot between Woodlawn and BCMS. The door is located towards the bypass on the south side of the middle school building)
June 9th -- 12:30 - 7:30 at BCHS
June 10th -- 8:30 - 3:30 BCHS

If you are new to Black and Gold this year, there will be a new parent meeting on June 7th before schedule pick up at 6:00 pm at BCHS.


If you have any questions, please call (859) 236-6634.

Boyle County Girls Track Team Wins State!

Congratulations to the Boyle County Girls Track Team. They won state this evening!

Boyle County Board of Education Accepting Bids- Architectural Services, Dishwashing Supplies/Services, and BCHS Softball Drainage Project

The Boyle County Board of Education will accept bids in its Central Office (Back of the Middle School Location, Door 8), 1651 Perryville Road, Danville, Kentucky until 2:00 PM, June 1, 2016, for the following:

Architectural Services

• Food Service Dishwashing Supplies and Services

• Boyle County High School Softball Field Drainage Project

Specifications may be obtained at the central office, 1651 Perryville Road, Door 8 -back

Boyle County Middle School location, Danville, Kentucky, or the District Web-site (www.boyle.kyschools.us) beginning May 23, 2016 and after that date during the office hours of 8:00 AM to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday, until the time mentioned above.

The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

Stephen Tamme, Chairperson

Mike Lafavers, Secretary

Black and Gold Information

It's that time of year again! Black and Gold Registration information will be sent home with students this week, but the preferred method for registration is online.

Here is the link to register your child!

Math ESS Available for 6th-12th Graders on Google Hangouts

Our online Math ESS program has been expanded to include all students grades 6-12. Students in 6th or 7th grade are required to turn in a parent permission form before accessing the Google Hangout for math assistance. A link for Math ESS information can be found under the "Student Services" drop down on the school website. Teachers will continue to be available from 7:30-9:30 pm Sunday-Thursday. If your child is struggling with math, don't hesitate to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity!

To view a step by step sheet on how to get math help via Google Hangouts, click here.

Preschool Registration and Developmental Screening

Registration and Free Developmental Screening for the 2016-17 School Year

Junction City Elementary School
May 12th, 19th, 23rd 

Perryville Elementary School
May 9th, 11th, 20th  

Woodlawn Elementary School
May 13th, 16th, 18th, 24th


To schedule an appointment at JCES or WES: call Kristi Waters at (859) 236-6634 ext. 3220
To schedule an appointment at PES: call Karen Dunagan at (859) 936-7500 ext. 5233


3rd Annual Prince & Princess Prom

The annual Prince & Princess Prom is upon us. This is always an awesome event. The evening is FULL of fun, fashion, and (of course) dancing!

Tickets are only $5.00.
Date/Time: May 13 at 6:00 PM
Location: High School.


Sports Physicals for 2016-17

"Sports Physicals for 2016-2017 will be held on Wednesday May 11, 2016 at Bluegrass Immediate Care from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM.  The cost is $10.  All proceeds go towards buying medical supplies for the athletic program.  Bluegrass Immediate Care (BIC) is located on 478 Whirl-A-Way Drive, just off the bypass.  Please have the forms signed prior to arriving at BIC.  You can pick up blank forms at BCHS and BCMS. Forms can also be printed off at the following link:



Graduation Date Set!

Seniors will be walking the stage on Saturday, May 28 at 7:30.


BCHS Academic Team State Governor's Cup Results

The Boyle County High School Academic Team recently competed in the State Governor's Cup Tournament in Louisville, KY. 

Kindergarten Early Registration/Screening

Perryville Elementary School


Kindergarten Early Registration/Screening

By appointment

Wednesday, April 27th 9:00 – 1:00

Thursday, April 28th 1:00 – 5:00

Friday, April 29th 9:00 – 1:00

This early registration is for children who will begin Kindergarten this fall who did NOT attend Preschool at PES.

Click MORE below for required documentation.

WES Colts Win 2016 Regional Governor's Cup

On March 12th, the Woodlawn Elementary Academic Team earned top honors at the Elementary Regional Governor's Cup competition, finishing 1st overall out of 15 competing schools. Not only did the team score highest overall, but the Woodlawn Academic Team also won the Katherine Hume Sportsmanship award and placed first in Quick Recall and Future Problem Solving.

Individually, several students placed in written assessment categories as well. Wesley Allahham won 1st place in both Science and Mathematics, Ethan Dunn placed 4th in both Science and Mathematics, Avery England placed 1st in Composition and 2nd in Language Arts, Tiffany Couch placed 4th in Social Studies, and Edie Clark placed 2nd in Arts and Humanities.

10 Students Qualify for State FBLA Competition

The BCHS Future Business Leaders of America team had another very succesful Regional Competition. 10 Boyle County students, many of whom competed in mulitple events, placed well enough in their events to qualify for the State Competition. 

BCHS DECA 2016 Regional and State Results

The BCHS DECA team, in which students compete in various entreprenuership categories,  once again, had a phenomenal year. To close the season out, several students brought home Regional and State titles and awards in various competitions. 

Invitation to Bid

Boyle County High School Grandstands C-S 1517

Danville, KY



Sealed Bids for the furnishing of all labor, materials, equipment and services for the Boyle County High School Grandstands; will be received by the Boyle County Schools Central Office until 2:00 PM, Tuesday April 12, 2016, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud.


Invitation to Bid

The Boyle County Board of Education will accept bids in its Central Office until 11:00 AM, Monday, April 11, 2016, for the painting of the Boyle County High School gymnasium. Specifications may be obtained at the central office (Back of the Middle School Location, Door 8), 1651 Perryville Road, Danville, Kentucky, beginning March 28, 2016 and after that date during the office hours of 8:00 AM to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday, until the time mentioned above. Bids will be opened at 2:00 PM on April 11, 2016.

The Boyle County School System will be soliciting sealed bids beginning on Monday, March 28, 2016 for surplus item -1984 Croppie CR Cruiser Boat, which can be viewed school days from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM by contacting Central Office at 859-236-6634.

Sealed bids will be accepted until 10:00 a.m. Monday, April, 11, 2016 at the central office (Boyle County Middle School, Door 8), 1651 Perryville Road, Danville, Kentucky.

Bids will be opened at 1:00 PM on April 11, 2016.

Strike Out Cancer

The Strike Out Cancer Event is a yearly tradition for the Boyle County Rebels Baseball Team. The team is selling t-shirts with proceeds going to Freear’s Hope Foundation, which provides assistance to cancer patients. Shirts are $10 each. Please add $2 for 2XL shirts. If you would like to purchase a t-shirt, please return money and order form to your school by Friday, April 8th . This year’s event will take place April 19th at Boyle County Baseball Field. Please wear your shirt and support BC Baseball as they Strike Out Cancer.

Order Form

BCHS First Fishing Tournament


The Boyle County High School Rebel Fishing team took back to the waters of Lake Cumberland to kick off their spring fishing season and it did not disappoint. Twenty-two student anglers, a new record for the Boyle team, went head to head to see who could catch the 5 biggest bass the lake had to offer.  Under tough conditions, the teams that fished had a fantastic day. First place went to Hannah Wesley and McKenzie Langford.

Boyle County Academic Teams Gear Up for State!

Both the Middle School and High School Academic Teams have had enormous success in this year's competitions. 


Survey for 2015 Boyle County Graduates

If you are a 2015 Graduate of Boyle County Schools, please take a minute to fill out the survey below. The goal of the survey is to determine how successful our district was in preparing you for your next steps.

All information is kept confidential.

To take the survey now, click here.

BCHS Receives National Athletic Training Award

BOYLE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Receives National Athletic Trainers’ Association Safe Sports School Award

Program recognizes high schools that help to keep young athletes safe


Danville, KY/January 24, 2016 – Boyle County High School is the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Safe Sports School award for its athletic program. The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment.

Boyle Co TSA Competes at Regional Event

The Technology Student Association (TSA) is one of several organization supporting the needs of students interested in technology. 

Richmond, KY – Boyle County High School Tech Rebels competed in the 2016 Technology Student Association Regional Technology Challenge on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University. 23 schools from several Kentucky districts were in attendance for this year’s regional event. The Tech Rebels received 1st and 2nd place awards in two separate events.

PHOTOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY 1st Place – Maddie McWhorter

PREPARED PRESENTATION 2nd Place – Hannah McWhorter

5th Annual FRYSCky Purse Auction on March 19th

Save the Date!

What: Boyle County FRYSCky Girls Night Out Purse Auction!
When: Saturday, March 19th at 2 pm - 6 pm
Where: BCHS Cafeteria 
Why: To benefit the BC Family Resource and Youth Service Centers 

Join us for live and silent auctions, refreshments, door prizes, and more! 

BOE Meeting Cancelled

The Board meeting for this evening has been cancelled. A makeup date will be announced soon.

BCMS Forensics Team Heads to State Tournament

The Boyle County Middle School Forensics Team, led by coach Frieda Gebert, is taking the 2015-2016 season by storm! The team has competed in three tournaments so far this year, and will compete in one final tournament this Saturday in Lexington. At each of the tournaments so far, at least two students have reached the finals, qualifying them to compete at the State Forensics Tournament this March.

Boyle County Digital Learning Day

With the 1:1 Technology roll-out this year, our students and staff have become very adept at using digital tools both inside and outside of the classroom. To see a Storify highlighting a few of the ways that we use technology to enhance our learning in Boyle County Schools, click here.


To see a story about Boyle Schools using Converge to enhance teaching and learning click here.

Big Rebel Nation Attire
Junction City Elementary is currently taking orders for Big Rebel Nation attire. The backs of the shirt will have either JCES, WES, PES, or BCMS schools displayed. Deadline is March 8. Money and forms must be returned to Junction, BCMS, or Central Office.
Invitation to Bid

Boyle County Schools Invitation to Bid

The Boyle County School System will be soliciting sealed bids beginning on Friday, February 26, 2016 for surplus item -1984 Croppie CR Cruiser Boat, which can be viewed school days from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM by contacting Central Office at 859-236-6634. Sealed bids will be accepted until 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 8, 2016 at the central office (Boyle County Middle School, Door 8), 1651 Perryville Road, Danville, Kentucky. Bids will be opened at 1:00 PM on March 8, 2016.


The Boyle County Board of Education will accept bids in its Central Office until 11:00 AM, Tuesday, March 8, 2016, for the Purchase of Maintenance Pick-up Truck. Specifications may be obtained at the central office (Back of the Middle School Location), 1651 Perryville Road, Danville, Kentucky, beginning February 26, 2016 and after that date during the office hours of 8:00 AM to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday, until the time mentioned above. Bids will be opened at 1:30 PM on March 8, 2016.

The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

Stephen Tamme, Chairperson

Mike Lafavers, Secretary

Approved 2016-2017 Calendar Dates

The board has approved the School Calendar for the 2016-2017 school year. Here are some key dates:

Aug. 8- Opening Day
Aug 10- First Day for students
Sept. 5- Labor Day/ No School
Oct 10-14 Fall Break
Nov 7- Staff Development Day
Nov 8- Election Day/ No School
Nov 23-25- Thanksgiving Break
Dec 19-30- Winter Break
Jan 2- Staff Development Day
Jan 16- MLK Day/ No School
Feb 20- No School (President's Day. Will be used as a make-up instructional day if needed)
March 17: Staff Development Day (Flex)
April 3-7: Spring Break
May 19- Last Day for Students
May 22- Closing Day for Staff

To view the complete calendar, click here.

BCHS Rolling Rebels Headed to State Bowling Tournament

The BCHS Bowling Team recently won the regional tournament title for the second year in a row! The team will move on to compete at the State Tournament in Lexington on February 12thCameron Walker was named the Boys Singles Regional Champion for the second time in three years.

BCHS 1 of 6 KY Schools Named on National AP Honor Roll

Last week, Boyle County High School (BCHS) received a very prestigious recognition.  The College Board, which is the developer and the administrator of Advanced Placement (AP) exams and the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), recognizes the top districts in the United States and Canada with regards to success on the AP exam each year. Success is defined by the College Board as the ability of a school district to get more students to take AP classes and AP exams and, at the same time, aggressively increase the number of students passing the exams.  Last year, BCHS had 240 AP exams taken and an AP pass rate of 75%.  Below you can find a chart showing how aggressively BCHS has increased participation and pass rate since 2008.  Superintendent Mike Lafavers was thrilled by this recent recognition. “The fact that more and more BCHS students are being successful on AP exams speaks to the intentional structures the school has put in place to guarantee college success for students.  Furthermore, the preparation Boyle County students receive in elementary school (Junction City, Perryville and Woodlawn) and middle school (Boyle County Middle) is as good as any in the nation.” said LaFavers.   The Kentucky Department of Education press release is attached and provides more details. 

To read the article on Central KY News, click here.

JCES Hosts Leadership Day

Last week, Junction City Elementary School hosted a “Leadership Day” to teach educators from outside of the Boyle County district about the Leader In Me program, that JCES is in its 2nd year of implementing.


Campus Closed through Sunday 1/24

Due to the incoming severe weather, the main campus will be closed Friday through Sunday afternoon. Tentative plans are to reopen campus on 1/24 for practices and other events. However, this may change based on the weather and road conditions. Updates will be available here, facebook, and twitter. Please check the status before venturing out. Stay warm. Be Safe!

33 BCHS Students Attend Kentucky Youth Assembly

A Boyle County High School delegation attended the Kentucky Youth Assembly in Louisville, Kentucky, Dec. 3rd-5th. A record number of 33 Boyle County High School students made up the delegation this year. The group was led by BCHS teachers Blossom Brosi and Dennis Dow. The Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA)  is a 3-day experiential learning program in which students serve as part of a model state government. KYA offers students the opportunity to learn about a wide variety of issues, develop critical thinking skills, and articulate their beliefs while engaging constructively with their peers from around the Commonwealth. The program was attended by about 1,200 high school students from around the Commonwealth. 

Wesley Wei Chosen For KY Next-Generation Student Council

Boyle County High School senior, Wesley Wei, was one of eleven Kentucky students chosen from a pool of applicants to participate in the Next-Generation Student Council. This group 10th-12th grade students will have the opportunity to voice their opinions and take part in advising the Kentucky Department of Education on new educational policies. 

Wei is the first Boyle County High School student to ever be selected for this particular group.

To read the KSBA article featuring Wei, click here

2015 FCCLA National Conference Results

16 Boyle County High School students recently competed at the 2015 FCCLA National Cluster Meeting. Of these students, 14 brought home trophies and some will even advance to the National Leadership Conference in California in July!

All Five Boyle County STLP Teams Qualify For State Conference

All five schools in Boyle County sent a team to compete yesterday in the Regional STLP Showcase Event. Each team presented a different project and for the first time, all five teams qualified for the State Tournament in April. Kenton Carrier was also the first ever BCHS student chosen as an STLP Engineer.

BCHS Students Win "Unpuzzling Poe" Poem Contest

Kristen Atwood and Katie Lane, both of whom are juniors at Boyle County High School, recently placed 1st and 2nd in an Edgar Allan Poe themed writing contest sponsored by the Boyle County Public Library. 

Atwood and Lane both won WalMart gift cards and had the opportunity to read their poetry at a Poe Impersonator event at West T. Hill in Harrodsburg, KY. The girls also had their poetry published in the Advocate Messenger. 

Congratulations Kristen and Katie!


40 BCHS Students Honored at 2015 ACT Gala

This month, 40 students were honored at a dinner gala at Centre College. These students were invited to attend after scoring a 28 or higher on their ACT. 20% of BCHS students who took the ACT last spring scored high enough to earn an invitation. 

The Boyle County High School average composite score on the ACT this past year was 21.6, which is over a point higher than the state average. 

GSA Workshop on 11/15

Last GSA Workshop
Sunday, November 15th
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm



“Hiding in Plain Sight: Current Drug and Alcohol Trends”

Drugs and paraphernalia are changing constantly! This training will teach you current trends and bring you up to date on the new drugs and what we need to be aware of to protect our community and our young people.

Date: Thursday, November 5th
Time: 6:00pm-7:30pm
Location: Boyle County High School
Presenter: Officer Purdy, KSP

Invitation to Bid for District Surplus Items

The Boyle County School System will be soliciting sealed bids beginning on Friday, October 23, 2015 to Tuesday, November 3, 2015 on surplus items including but not limited to the following: Computer monitors, laser print cartridges, TV, speakers, overhead, view screens, 2 - International school buses, front row pros, and other items– can be viewed school days from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM by contacting Central Office at 859-236-6634.

Sealed bids will be accepted until 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, November 3, 2015 at the central office (Boyle County Middle School, Door 8), 1651 Perryville Road, Danville, Kentucky.

Bids will be opened at 1:00 PM on November 3, 2015.