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Junction City Elementary News

Save the Date! 2015 Black and Gold Academy

We are already planning for Black and Gold Academy 2015! 

June 15-19

This academy is open to all Boyle County students. Breakfast, Lunch, Two Enrichment Courses, Fitness Activities, a T-shirt, and much more are offerred during this week long camp. 

Look for more information following winter break.


Winter Break: Central Office Hours

Central Offices will be open on the following dates during the winter break from 8:30-3:30:

Monday, December 22
Tuesday, December 23
Friday, December 26
Monday, December 29
Tuesday, December 30

Reminder: Students return from winter break Tuesday, January 6, 2015.


CAFETERIA CELEBRATES!

Junction City Elementary had the greatest increase of students to eat school lunch in our recent district competition.  Our cafeteria staff works hard to prepare delicious meals for our students every day.  They were so excited when they found out we won they started dancing!  Check out their video!!


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Non-Traditional Learning Presentation

There have been many questions about the non-traditional learning days that will  be used in Boyle County this year. Below is a short presentation addressing many frequently asked questions. 

 

 

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4 of 5 Boyle STLP Teams Headed to State

This year has been an exciting year for Boyle County STLP students. For the first time in history, Boyle sent a team from each school to the Regional Competition, and 4 out of 5 of these teams’ scores qualified them to present their projects at the state level.

To see a video of the STLP Regional Competition featuring some Boyle County students, click here.


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Look How We've Grown

Boyle County has a reputation for being an exceptional school district. As a district, we are always looking for new ways to encourage improvement and growth in our schools.

To see how our schools have grown in various areas, click here.


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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.  


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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


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Leader In Me

Leader In Me

This summer our staff participated in professional development training to become a Leader in Me school.   LIM schools focus on developing the 7 Habits of Healthy Kids.  Our goal is to “communicate each child’s worth and potential so clearly that they are inspired to see it in themselves (Stephen Covey).”  Throughout the school year, your child will be learning, practicing and developing the seven habits.  

Habit 1:  Be Proactive

Habit 2:  Begin With the End in Mind

Habit 3:  Put First Things First

Habit 4:  Think Win-Win

Habit 5:  Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood

Habit 6:  Synergize

Habit 7:  Sharpen the Saw


Restroom Expectations

Our teachers have made a video to show the students our expections on appropriate restroom behavior.  Check out some of the things our students should and should not do.
 


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Hallway Expectations

Walking in the hallway is something that our students do a lot during the day.  We want to make sure that our students are successful at this task.  Our teachers have made a video to help our students know what makes a great line!!


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Cafeteria Expectations

To ensure that our students know what we expect of them in the cafeteria our teachers have made a video showing what you should and shouldn't do in the cafeteria.


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Recess Expectations

We really want to make sure that our students know the expectations we have for them when they are at recess.  This video has some of our teachers showing what you should and shouldn't do at recess. 


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BOYLE COUNTY EVENTS


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Winter Break
12/22/2014 - 1/5/2015

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15
Board of Education Meeting
@Boyle County High School
Thursday, 1/15/2015

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Spring Break
3/30/2015 - 4/3/2015

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Last Day of School
Wednesday, 5/20/2015