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2019 Black + Gold: Myths and Legends Registration black and gold 2019

Black + Gold Academy is a FREE week-long adventure dedicated to inspiring tomorrow’s innovators.

From crafting and crime scenes to dancing and dissecting, Black + Gold Academy challenges kids to create and collaborate with peers in a fun, safe environment.

WHO: Boyle County School Students in Grades K-8
WHEN: Mornings, June 10-14
WHERE: Boyle County High School

COST: Free! T-Shirt, Breakfast and Lunch included!

REGISTRATION ONLINE: March 15 - March 29 @ https://goo.gl/forms/Asqx8bUWs550pKTH2

QUESTIONS: BlackAndGold@boyle.kyschools.us

Bus transportation provided to and from Perryville Elementary and Junction City Elementary.

Community Forum Random Drug Testing Community Forum

Boyle County Schools welcomes community and parent input on a proposed random student drug testing policy. The community forum will be held in the cafeteria at Boyle County High School beginning at 6:30. After a short presentation by the proposal committee, there will be time for public comment. There will be a sign up sheet prior to the meeting to ensure all wishing to speak will be given the opportunity. 

 

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Faris Allahham- ACT Score of 36! FARRIS ALLAHHAM

Faris Allahham, son of John and Carla Allahham and a Junior at Boyle County High School, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36.

Only around two-tenths of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn a top score. In the U.S. high school graduating class of 2018, only 2,760 out of more than 2 million graduates who took the ACT earned a top composite score of 36.

2017-2018 School Report Card Boyle B

2017-2018 School Report Card is now available online. We hope you will visit Boyle County’s School Report Card available at https://www.kyschoolreportcard.com/organization/5519.

Kentucky continues to offer tools to help parents understand and celebrate the performance of schools. Visit https://raisethebar.education.ky.gov for more information on the full suite of School Report Card tools available to help inform parents and communities. KRS 158.6453 requires the sharing of the School Report Card annually with families and communities so stakeholders can have a clear idea of how well their school is performing. If you need help accessing or viewing your school’s report card, please contact the district office.

BOYLE COUNTY SCHOOLS RELEASES 2019 - 2020 CALENDAR 2019-2020 School Calendar Released

The Boyle County Board of Education approved the 2019-2020 school calendar at its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, December 20, 2018. Pursuant to KRS 158.070, the annual instructional calendar was recommended by the district’s calendar committee.  

PERRYVILLE ELEMENTARY RECOGNIZED AS NATIONAL DISTINGUISHED SCHOOL National ESEA Distinguished School

The National Association of ESEA State Program Administrators recently announced that Perryville Elementary School has been named a National ESEA Distinguished School by the Kentucky Department of Education. Perryville Elementary is one of two schools in Kentucky and one of 100 schools across the nation to earn this honor for exceptional student achievement in 2018.

SENIORS RECOGNIZED FOR HIGH ACHIEVEMENT ON ACT ACT Gala

Last night, Boyle County High School (BCHS) hosted its eighth annual ACT Gala in recognition of the forty seniors who received a composite score of 28 or higher on the ACT.

SAFETY UPDATE Safety Update

In August, the Board of Education approved a two-year School Safety Strategic Plan aimed at strengthening safety efforts throughout the district. The $415,000 plan covers four focus areas, including mental health, safety drills and protocols, supervision and security—with seventeen stated goals and specific action plans.

BOYLE COUNTY EDUCATION FOUNDATION LAUNCHES TAKE A SEAT FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN Take a Seat

The Boyle County Education Foundation, Inc. has launched a fundraising effort in support of the new Boyle County Schools Theatre for the Performing Arts. The goal for the Take a Seat campaign is to raise  $125,000—the cost of purchasing and installing the theatre’s 500 seats. Campaign gifts of $250 will be recognized with an engraved plaque affixed to a seat.