Some 8th grade BCMS students and their teacher Laura Mason accepting a flag in honor of John Cowan a Revolutionary Patriot. Daughters of American Revolution program Having fun at our All A's reward program Love our Lunch Ladies!! 
Thank You for all you do !


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Boyle County Middle School News

Take the Pledge against Bullying!

The Kentucky Center for School Safety announces Kentucky Safe Schools Week observance will be October 19-25, 2014.  This year’s theme “LEAN on Me; Stop the Bullying!”  will focus on the culture/environment of the school and the interdependence of students and staff to make the their school safe, warm and welcoming.

Needing Volunteers for an 8th grade Reality Store on Nov. 6th

Looking for Volunteers for 8th grade Reality Store on Nov. 6th, during the school day 8:05 - 2:30
At Reality Store, 8th grade students get a glimpse of financial reality of being an adult. They are given a salary (based on their realistic job application - that will be coming home soon), and a number of children. They must take that salary and visit booths to determine what type of housing, clothes, food, groceries, utilities etc. they can afford. Our goal for them is to have a greater knowledge of what type of career they would like to have (and maybe find out that their 'dream job' won't pay the bills...) as an adult and will be able to set goals to achieve the right career. We want them to know the struggles we as parents face every month.
We are asking for your help to make the Reality Store a huge success for our students. It takes about 50+ volunteers to man the 19 booths.

If your schedule will only allow for part of a day, we can work around that. If you can help, please call or email Kathleen Sinkhorn. or by calling 236-4212 (the school number).

Volunteers will be served a light breakfast in the morning and lunch in between the sessions. There is nothing to prepare - We have everything you need once you get there. It is a fun program that you can SEE the light blubs going off in front of your eyes... "you mean we have to buy care insurance?" or  "child care is HOW MUCH??"

Thank You for considering this worth while program

Learning in Boyle County Won't Stop For Winter Weather

(FRANKFORT, KY) -- When the snow flies this winter, students in 13 Kentucky school districts will continue learning even when they aren’t at school.

The Kentucky Department of Education has approved waivers that allow the districts’ use of virtual or other non-traditional means of instruction when school is cancelled because of weather or another emergency. In most cases, students will participate in the snow day lessons online.

Boyle County Schools Pulls off the Three-Peat

For the third consecutive year, Boyle County Schools has ranked in the top 10 In Academic Achievement in Kentucky.   Superintendent Mike LaFavers was beaming with pride this morning when the Kentucky Department of Education released the Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress (KPREP) scores for all 173 districts in Kentucky.   “What our students have demonstrated with these scores is that hard work and doing the right thing every day does matter.  We have a talented staff, and they have committed to ensuring that all of our kids succeed.  These scores are evidence that our planning and attention to detail is making a difference,” said LaFavers.  The district has an overall 2013-14 score of 77.4, a ranking of 6th overall statewide, and the label of “District of Distinction” for the 2nd time in 3 years.  Only 5 districts in Kentucky have been rated “Districts of Distinction” in multiple years – Boyle County, Anchorage Independent, Ft. Thomas Highlands Independent, Murray Independent, and Walton-Verona Independent.  

October / November 2014 Lunch menu

These were handed out after fall break. Just in case it didn't make it home to you.

After School Math Help Session Info

Math after school homework help is here!
Boyle County students in grades 6-12 can take advantage of free Math homework help from 3:30-4:30. This is a free service provided Monday-Thursday. These help sessions began September 8th and will go until May 1st, 2015. Two sessions will be offered; one at the high school and one at the middle school. 

Spotlight Nights Coming Soon!

Spotlight nights are coming up! Come check out what your kids have been up to so far this school year! We can't wait to see you there.


Perryville Elementary: November 24th             5pm-7pm
Junction City Elementary: November 24th      6pm-7:30pm
Woodlawn Elementary: November 24th           5pm-7:00pm
Boyle Middle School: November 13th              5pm-7pm
Boyle High School: November 13th                  6pm-8pm


Boyle Mentioned in Two Recent Prichard Committee Posts

The Prichard Committee mentioned Boyle County Schools in their education blog this morning! We were also recently mentioned in an article written by the Prichard Committee highlighting MDC practices. The Prichard Committee is a group committed to promoting academic excellence in Kentucky. When the Committee first started, Kentucky was ranked very poorly in education. Years later, Kentucky is now recognized as a national leader in school improvement. Being recognized by this group is a huge honor. 

To read the blog post click here 
To read the article about MDC click here

Boyle County Featured on Pure Politics

Recently, the Boyle County School District was featured on Cn2 Pure Politics for being the only County District in Kentucky that has been named a District of Distinction. 

Some of our amazing students and staff were featured in a two part video sequence discussing the Blueprint for Success that is used in our classrooms. 

To watch the videos, click the links below!

Cn2 Pure Politics Video Part 1
Cn2 Pure Politics Video Part 2

To read the article on Pure Politics click here

Fluty and Dyer National Merit Semifinalists

Two Boyle County High School students qualified as National Merit Semifinalists.  Of the 1.4 million high school juniors who entered into the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program, Sam Fluty and Josh Dyer were two of only 16,000 high school students who were selected as semifinalists.  Semifinalists were selected based on their performance on either the Preliminary SAT (PSAT) or on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT). 

New Gate Locking Schedule

With the addition of the new road to the main campus, there have been questions regarding the times that the gates from the new road are open. The gates on the Man O War Blvd extension will be opened at 7:00 am and will be closed at 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. These gates will also be opened during special events (football games, graduation) and during the weekends. When the gates are closed, the campus may be entered via the old entrance at Citation Drive. This is due to an agreement with the Boyle County Land Trust Members. 

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6th grade Scary Story week
10/2/2014 - 10/24/2014

Tuesday, 10/28/2014

Thursday, 10/30/2014

Halloween Dance
Thursday, 10/30/2014

Staff Development: No School
Tuesday, 11/4/2014

7th grade field trip
Thursday, 11/6/2014


Thursday, 11/13/2014