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Free Sports Physicals

St. Claire Regional Family Medicine will be providing FREE Sports Physicals on June 24th from 9:00AM until 12 Noon at the clinic. All Bath County athletes are encouraged to take advantage of this great opportunity. Reminder that all athletes must have an updated physical on file before participating in any sport for the 2017-18 school year.

sports physicals


Summer Feeding Program

summer feeding


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Cool School Machine Schedule

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SBDM Parent Reps Election

The 2017 SBDM Parent Elections will be held on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 6:00 in BCHS cafeteria.  The nomination form is below.  Parents may nominate themselves or someone else until Friday, April 28 at 4:00pm.

Nomination Form


2017-2018 BCHS Student Scheduling-

2017-2018 BCHS Student Scheduling- Monday, April 10th through Friday, April 14th

Beginning Monday, April 10th, BCHS students will begin the scheduling process for the 2017-18 school year. Scheduling will be conducted by calling students to meet with counselors/administration in small groups to discuss their elective classes.  

Note:  Students will be assigned to their required courses based on the following criteria:  teacher recommendation; test scores; college bound or general diploma pathway; student preference; and past student performance in the content area.  

Review the planning Guides

9th Grade               10th Grade                  11th Grade                 12th Grade

Click here to see dates and times


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Bart Williams Named KABC 16th Region Coach of the Year

Bart Williams

The Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches annually vote on who their coach of the year for each region in the state.

The 16th region coaches have officially voted Bath County’s Bart Williams as the Coach of the Year for the 2016-17 season.

Williams finished 14-17 in his first season as the Wildcats’ head basketball coach.

Coach Williams will be honored during Friday’s afternoon session of the KHSAA Boys Sweet 16 in Rupp Arena.

Take a look at all the region’s coaches of the year by clicking here.

Williams was also the 15th region Coach of the Year at Pikeville High School in 2013.

Congratulations Coach Williams!!


Town Hall Meeting

Bath County Parent Education Committee presents:

Town Hall Meeting
Drug Trends in OUR Community

Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 6:00 p.m in the Bath County High School Gymnasium

Talk to local experts
*Learn more about substance abuse in our community
*Share your ideas for strengthening our community
Facilitated by:
Dr. Michele Staton, UK College of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Science Center of Drug & Alcohol Research
Dr. April Young, College of Public Health, UK Department of Epidemiology
 

click here for more information


Preschool/Head Start registration

Preschool/Head Start county-wide registration for the 2017-2018 school year will take place from 9:00 to 3:00 at the Gateway Head Start on Friday, April 14, 2017.


Income eligible children that will be four-years-old by August 1st can attend Preschool/Head Start. Identified disabled three-year-olds are eligible for Preschool as of their third birthday. Head Start services are available for 3 years olds without a disability.

Click here for more information:

                       English                                     Spanish


Autism Walk

The Bath County Autism Awareness Committee would like to invite you to our fourth annual walk for Autism.  The walk will be held on Tuesday, April 18th at 6:00 p.m.  The walk will begin at the Bath County Middle School parking lot.  The walk will conclude back at BCMS with an awareness fair in the gym.  If you would like to order a shirt they are $15.00 and can be ordered from any of our schools.  We hope to see you there!

Autism Walk


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Early enrollment for Kindergarten

According to KRS 158.030(2), there is a new cutoff date starting next school year to enroll your child in Kindergarten. Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, children must be (5) years of age as of August 1, instead of the October 1. 

A waiver for children to start kindergarten who are not yet (5) years of age as of August 1, may be granted through the Petition for Early Enrollment Form process. Deadline to request this option is April 1, per district policy 09.121.

Your child will go through an evaluation process, which will give important information to the district about the best placement for your child.  Your child is required to pass with a 95% in all areas of the Early Screener Tool. Other factors to consider, other than student readiness, will be availability of funding and space. The district will use this information to decide whether to admit your child for early enrollment.

Please contact the school that your child will be attending in order to get this process started. Contact personnel for your school will be following…

Sherri Kissick, Owingsville Elementary (606-674-2722) or

 Beth Williams, Crossroads Elementary (606-674-2101).


Alderman Accepted Into Rogers Scholar Program

Alderman

Congratulations to Talyn Alderman for being accepted into the prestigious Rogers Scholar Program!  


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Senior Trip Meeting

Senior Trip meeting for parents and Senior Trip participants has been rescheduled for April 13, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Library.  


Bath County Schools Summer Feeding

Bath County Schools will be participating in the summer food service program (SFSP) again this year.  The dates will be from May 30, 2017-July 13, 2017.  If you have a camp, bible school, activity or event scheduled during this time with participants 18 years old or younger, we can provide FREE meals!  If you're interested please complete and return the attached intake form.  If you know children who would benefit from having a breakfast or lunch site nearby, please contact Vickie Wells vickie.wells@bath.kyschools.us or Micha Crouch micah.crouch@bath.kyschools.us.  In order to get our application in on time, please return this information as soon as possible.  No sites will be accepted after April 14, 2017.  We look forward to feeding as many children as possible this summer! 

SFSP intake Form            SFSP flyer


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Bath County Food Services

The Bath County Schools’ Food Service Department, would like to take this opportunity to emphasize the importance of your child participating in the school’s free lunch program, also known as the Community Eligibility Provision Your child’s participation in this program, not only provides nutritious meals for your child, but also helps many struggling families in our community.

Stressing the importance of a great start to the school day, by your child eating a well-balanced breakfast and lunch, is essential! We understand that our participation in the National School Lunch program, restricts our menus to certain guidelines, but our schools do work hard to provide nutritious, well-balanced and appetizing meals to all students in the district. Your child’s lack of participation for this free service, may affect the district’s future participation in the Community Eligibility Provision program. If you have further questions please call Vickie Wells, SND at 606-674-6314.


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District Cafeteria Managers Training

Recently our cafeteria managers and our Food Services Director, Vickie Wells attended a training at KEDC to discuss and plan ways to help serve the students of Bath County.

 

Food Services training


Free Paraeducator Class

FREE Paraeducator Class And Certification

The Bath County Adult Education Center will offer paraeducator classes/certification beginning January 10, 2017.

This certificate will allow you to work in any school system across the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Click here to find out more


We Need Your Input!

All BCHS Stakeholders:  Please review our Comprehension  School Improvement Plan for 2017.  Please feel free to provide your feedback to our school as to ways we could improve this plan.  Contact Melanie Erwin 606-674-6325 or melanie.erwin@bath.kyschools.us

COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Day

Martin Luther King, Jr Day


District Improvement Plan Input Requested

Bath County School District is in the process of reviewing the Comprehensive District Improvement Plan, and all stakeholders are invited to review and make suggestions.  Click the document name below to access the draft CDIP.  If you have suggestions or strategies,  please contact Rhonda Back, CDIP Coordinator, @ rhonda.back@bath.kyschools.us or call (606) 674-2101 Ext. 5108.

2017 Draft CDIP


Board of Education swearing in ceremony

The Swearing in ceremony for members of the Bath County Board of Education was conducted January 5, 2017. We look forward to their Leadership term as they serve the students of Bath County.

Board Members

Board Members


Thank you to our outgoing board members

Board Members

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to our outgoing board members, Shelly Sanders and Connie Grimes.  Your service to the children of Bath County Schools is appreciated. 


Infinite Campus and Parent Portal

IC logo  Infinite Campus and Parent Portal will not be available over the upcoming Holiday break. The Kentucky Department of Education will be moving to a cloud-based server during this time. If you use the parent portal application, you will be asked to log out of the application and insert the new District ID, which will be provided once we are back in session. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions, please email John Slone, john.slone@bath.kyschools.us or call 606-674-6314.


Craig Wayne Boyd

Craig Wayne Boyd, Matt VanFossen, and Bedford & Co. in concert this Thursday, December 15th.  Doors open at 5 p.m., show starts at 6:30 p.m.

Craig Wayne Boyd

 


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SGA Christmas Days

The SGA is sponsoring several activities and dress up days over the next week.  Please see the document below for more information.

SGA Christmas Sponsored Days (Click Here)


Jostens Rep Schedule

A Jostens representative will be at our school during Study Zone on the following dates to take up graduation supply orders:

Wednesday, December 14th

Wednesday, January 11th- This is the last date to be scheduled.


BCHS OPGES Student Voice Survey - Counselor 11th and 12th Grades

https://docs.google.com/a/bath.kyschools.us/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSewcWGh8t449RFaIs8yeJJQ7p1n2VnxZuCXFP6PrsJa0xYgQw/viewform


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BCHS OPGES Student Voice Survey - Counselor 9th and 10th Grade

https://docs.google.com/a/bath.kyschools.us/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRnwQDvQ46lJehQ_6xWINFDyyopLXYY5qLKQR0vVwl7Z7OCg/viewform


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BCHS OPGES Student Voice Survey - Librarian

https://docs.google.com/a/bath.kyschools.us/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeQUXZDQWzH9RUJcZBPQcpuoAZlkFzlcOIb4wjwz8BFl7FjRw/viewform


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We Need Your Input!

Bath County High School is currently in the process of creating our Comprehensive School Improvement Plan for 2017.  We really need our parents and community members input as we develop this plan.  Please use the link below.  We greatly appreciate your time and input.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6CPZ6BV


Canned Food Drive


Leadership in TSA

Congratulations to Ryan Walters and Gabe Jones who were recently selected to be regional officers for the Eastern Kentucky Region of the Technology Student Association. Gabe Jones was elected as Treasurer and Ryan Walters was elected as Secretary. As a regional officer Ryan and Gabe will represent EKTSA in a positive manner in all situations. They will also serve as a role model for their fellow chapter, region, state, and national TSA members. Congratulations Ryan and Gabe.


Congrats STLP!

Congratulations to our STLP! They competed at the regional level on Thursday, November 17. Here are the results:

Logan Routt received a perfect score from the judges in the service event, Production Company. He has been invited to compete at the state level.

Stone Barrett received a perfect score for his event, Media Arts. He has also been invited to state.

Two students competed in Scratch programming and were invited to compete at the state level--Dakota Davis and Jayden Adkins.

Three students created a showcase, Magnificent Multimedia Creations, that received a score of 96/100. They were invited to compete at the state level. The students are Caitlyn Tincher, Kaylee Purvis, and Cameron Vincent.

Hunter Vance competed in the junior engineering service category. He has been chosen as an alternate for the state level.


Special Called SBDM Meeting Rescheduled for November 29

The special called SBDM meeting has been rescheduled for Tuesday, November 29 at 6:00 p.m. in the library.  


Get Your Craig Wayne Boyd Tickets!

Tickets for the Craig Wayne Boyd concert on December 15, 2016 are available for purchase on a cash only basis from the Bookkeeper.  Anyone wishing to write a check will have to purchase tickets at the Board office or online with a debit or credit card.


Veterans Day Events

 

BCHS:  Breakfast from 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

BCMS:  Assembly 1:30 p.m.

CES:     Assembly 9:30 a.m.

OES:     Assembly 1:00 p.m.


Craig Wayne Boyd Concert

The Bath County School District will be hosting a benefit concert at the Bath County High School to raise money for the celebrations that the district sponsors for our students and staff. Country music star, Craig Wayne Boyd, who got his start on The Voice will be in concert on December 15, 2016. 

             

Click here for more information and to purchase your tickets

 


News from the Agriculture Dept.

Pictured above is the Bath County Welding team.   The students are from left to right: Tyler Helton, Clay Nelson, Carlea Hutchison, and Jesse Curtis.  These students are the winners of the Bath County High School Welding contest. These students also have placed 6th at the Licking River Regional Welding contest held at Morehead, KY.  

To see more information about the agricultural department and FFA, click here.


Bass Fishing Team Meeting is Set

There will be a meeting at 6:30 in the BCHS Cafe on October 27 regarding our Bass Fishing Team.  This meeting will be for any student and their parent or any adult over the age of 21 that is interested in helping with the program.


World Language Club Visits Living Arts & Science Museum

On Tuesday, October 18th, 63 members of the BCHS World Language Club went to the Living Arts and Science museum in Lexington. They saw an art exhibit and completed an art project both pertaining to the Hispanic holiday Los Días de los Muertos, or the Days of the Dead, which is a type of memorial day. In addition, they saw planetarium shows about light pollution, going to the moon, and autumn constellations. It was a cultural, artistic, and scientific learning experience for all students!


Cat Bash in Planning Process

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The Cat Bash has been set for November 18th at 7pm.  Amy Leach is in charge of the Cat Bash Committee.  There will be a meeting on Thursday Oct 20th at 6 p.m. in the BCHS cafeteria to start the planning process. Any input would be greatly appreciated.


Jostens Rep to Visit School on October 26

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Our Jostens' representative will be at our school on Wednesday, October 26th during lunches so that seniors may order their graduation supplies.  The cost for a cap and gown is $20 with no tax (do not pay tax if the company tries to bill it).  All other senior supplies have various prices and will be subject to tax. There will at least two more dates scheduled for seniors to make their orders during their lunches.  Orders can also be placed online at jostens.com.

 Please see Mrs. Erwin if you have any questions


!!! Drivers Wanted !!!


Bath County Title I Parent Education Night

 Bath County Schools will be hosting a Title I Parent Education Night on 11/3/16 at Bath County High School from 6:00 - 8:00 in the Family consumer Education Classroom, RM. 213.

 

Click here for more information


Student Survey

Students, please let us know what you thought about the BCHS Testing Celebration that we did on Wednesday, October 12.  Please click the link below to take the survey.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfONJZ_BA7-44rjrWh8j5mVhxrikz86dZg5yOQZCwzzi05e4Q/viewform


Students Get Recognized for their Tribute to Jerry Thatcher

Bath County High School Sophomores, Dalton Lewis, Ben Danner, and Donovan Holder, were recognized as the Student Spotlight during the September Board Meeting.  The students created a touching video tribute to Mr. Jerry Thatcher in dedication to his memory and his legacy as an educator.  Pictured:  Mr. Harvey Tackett, Superintendent of Bath County Schools; Melanie Erwin, Bath County High School Principal; Ben Danner, and Dalton Lewis.


WHAS Crusade for Children Partnership with Bath County Schools

WHAS Crusade for Children Partnership Provides Sensory Materials and Equipment Funding for Bath County Schools

Bath County Schools has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the WHAS Crusade for Children. The funds will provide sensory materials and equipment for students at Owingsville Elementary and Crossroads Elementary. These materials and equipment will give special needs students a place to get away from a sometimes overstimulating school environment. This can also provide a space for students to become more open to exploring their environment. According to district Special Education Director Kim Whitt, “The materials will fill a vast need for the district. Teachers will be able to use these new materials to address each child's pattern of sensory processing to help students better adapt to the school environment. The grant will be divided equally among the two schools, and the materials and equipment should be outfitted and ready for students within the first eight weeks of school.


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!!! Congratulations BCHS on your Proficient rating !!!


Way To Go Students and Staff!

 

Congratulations to BCHS for being a Proficient School!  The students and staff are celebrating an overall accountability score of 72.7.


Join Us for the Homecoming Parade!

Click the image above to learn more about the homecoming parade.


Bath County FFA leading the way at the State Fair


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In Loving Memory of Mr. Jerry Thatcher

In Loving Memory of Mr. Jerry Thatcher

 

                           

Mr. Thatcher dedicated 34 years to the families of Bath County and was known to many as a phenomenal teacher, an outstanding principal, and a dear friend. You will forever be an inspiration to all.


BCHS Yearbook staff recognized

The Bath County High School yearbook staff has been recognized by Balfour yearbooks for capturing moments of the year in words and pictures.  The BCHS yearbook is recognized in the 2016"Yearbook Yearbook," an annual collection of superior student work.

 Marilyn Scoggins, the editor of "Yearbook Yearbook," had this to say, "Congratulations! As journalists, we tell stories both visually and verbally.  I have been privileged to edit this inspirational piece for the past eleven years, and I am humbled by your efforts to tell your stories as well.  Being selected for "Yearbook Yearbook" is like being handed an Oscar, an acknowledgement of exceptional work."

Pictured:

Dalton Bartley, Ben Peyton, Emily Bliffen, Shawntee Little, Michael Corum (editor), Becky Goins (Balfour Representative), Lexie Crouch, Kristal Robinson (adviser), Katie Dewitt, Makayla Bennett, Dakota Begley, Whitney Elliott, Alexis Crouch, Shania McCarty, Katlyn Terry, Tara Lewis, and Chy Begley.


Jr. Chef competition at the Kentucky State Fair

On August 19th, the BCHS Wildcat Catering Crew competed at the Jr. Chef competition at the Kentucky State Fair.  The students made Shepherd's Pie with Kentucky Proud food products.  They advanced the first round beating Trigg and competed again on August 20th.  The team was eliminated by Pikeville High School in the second round.  The Wildcat Catering Crew consists of Timmy Damron, John Wells, Jr., and Dallas Cooper.  Coaches are Vickie Wells, Lee Ann Ramey, and Teresa Lane.


Happy Retirement!

JODIE RATLIFF

27 YEAR EMPLOYEE OF

 BATH COUNTY SCHOOLS!

WE WILL MISS YOU!

THANK YOU FOR SERVING BATH COUNTY SCHOOLS

 AND

THANK YOU FOR THE POSITIVE IMPACT YOU HAVE MADE TO SO MANY LIVES!


BCHS Safety/Security Measures

Kentucky State Police and Bath Co. law enforcement officials will be present at Bath Co. High School during Friday  August 26th as part of the school’s safety/security measures.  Law enforcement officials conducted  an investigation involving a social media website message  and  determined there is no validity.   Their presence is part of our school district’s safe school protocols.   

 


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Welcome Back!

The Faculty and staff of the Bath County School District would like to welcome our students back for the 2016 – 2017 school year.  We would like to take this opportunity to thank our parents for choosing Bath County Schools and entrusting us with your child's safety and well-being.  You are a vital piece of the puzzle, and we appreciate your role and impact you make for every student’s success. 

It is truly an honor to serve the kids of Bath County.  The success of our district is dependent on the working relationship between all stakeholders of Bath County.  Our number one priority will be to work together to provide every student the educational opportunities needed to ensure their success. 

Join us in our journey toward academic success.  Our children deserve the best.

 


Bath County Schools Welcome "New" Principals

Three Bath County veteran educators have been chosen to fill principal vacancies at Bath County High School, Bath County Middle School, and Crossroads Elementary School.

                                                        

Mrs. Melanie Erwin                      Mr. R. Todd Neace                         Mrs. Lorinda Jamison
  BCHS Principal                            BCMS Principal                                CES Principal

Congratulations to all three of the new principals. You are invited to give them a warm welcome as they begin a new phase in their careers.
 


BCHS Principal Selection Survey

Click the Survey Link below to enter your input concerning the new principal selection process for Bath County High School.  This link will be open until July 6, 2016.

Survey Link


BCHS Schedule Pickups

Bath Co. High School will be giving out student schedules from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm on the following days: 

Monday, August 1st - Seniors

Tuesday, August 2nd - Juniors

Wednesday, August 3rd - Sophomores

Thursday, August 4th - Freshman

 Parking passes may also be obtained on the same dates.


BCHS Yearbook Class Receives Award

The Bath County High School yearbook staff has been recognized by Balfour yearbooks for capturing moments of the year in words and pictures.  The BCHS yearbook is recognized in the 2016 Yearbook Yearbook, an annual collection of superior student work.

Marilyn Scoggins, the editor of Yearbook Yearbook, had this to say, "Congratulations! As journalists, we tell stories both visually and verbally.  I have been privileged to edit this inspirational piece for the past eleven years, and I am humbled by your efforts to tell your stories as well.  Being selected for Yearbook Yearbook is like being handed an Oscar, an acknowledgement of exceptional work."

Pictured:

Dalton Bartley, Ben Peyton, Emily Bliffen, Shawntee Little, Michael Corum (editor), Becky Goins (Balfour Representative), Lexie Crouch, Kristal Robinson (adviser), Katie Dewitt, Makayla Bennett, Dakota Begley, Whitney Elliott, Alexis Crouch, Shania McCarty, Katlyn Terry, Tara Lewis, and Chy Begley.


Governor’s Scholars Program Recipients

2016-17 govenors scholars

Congratulations to the following recipients of the Governor’s Scholars Program.  Pictured from left to right: Stone Barrett, Lexie Craig, Ryan Walters, and Cameron Vincent

The Program’s mission is to enhance Kentucky’s next generation of civic and economic leaders. The first class numbered 230 and was housed on one college campus. Since then, the Program has enjoyed excellent support and grown to over 1,000 students on three campuses.

The core curriculum for these summer sessions is threefold:

  • Focus Area:
  • General Studies:
  • Seminar:

BCHS TSA State Conference

TSA state conference

Congratulations to the Bath County Technology Student Association who had an outstanding performance at the recent Kentucky TSA conference. The BCHS TSA received 1st place for their Digital Video Production and 1st place for On Demand Video. They also received a second place medal for their Fashion Design entry. In individual entries, Logan Routt and Logan Clark received 3rd place recognition for their Architectural Design model and Troyal Cox placed 3rd in Dragster Design. Bath County TSA is also privileged to have Gabe Jones elected State Treasurer for Kentucky TSA and Ryan Walters elected state President for Kentucky TSA.

These students will be traveling to Orlando, Florida in June to compete at the National TSA Conference. This will be the fifth year in a row that Bath County TSA has qualified for their national conference. Congratulations Bath County TSA.


Mrs. Erwin, Principal of Bath County High School

                              

Mrs. Melanie Erwin Becomes Principal of Bath County High School.

(Click here to learn more about Mrs. Erwin.)


Child Find for Children with Disabilities in Need of Special Education or 504 Services

The Bath County School District has an ongoing “Child Find” system, which is designed to locate, identify and evaluate any child residing in a home, facility, or residence within its geographical boundaries, age three (3) to twenty-one (21) years, who may have a disability and be in need of Special Education or 504 services. 


Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination

Students, their families, employees and potential employees of the Bath County Schools are hereby notified that the Bath County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, marital status, sex or disability in employment, vocational programs, or activities as set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations.


Welcome Ms. Cline

BCHS Welcomes Ms. Cline, Assistant Principal.  

(Click here to learn more about Ms. Cline)


BCHS Teacher serves on Advisory Committee for the TSA Board of Directors

Mr. Ricky Prater, Bath County High School, was selected to travel to Washington DC to represent the Kentucky Technology Student Association at this years’ National TSA advisor summit. Mr. Prater was one of 28 advisors from across the nation who met to establish goals for the national TSA organization and make suggestions for the national TSA board of directors. 


Bath County High School Junior Chef

The Bath County High School Junior Chef team will be competing at the Kentucky State Fair in August 2017.  This will be the second year in a row that a team from BCHS will be competing at the state level of the Junior Chef Farm to Table competition.  This year they will be preparing their dish – Wildcat Grilled Chicken Mac in front of judges from Sullivan University and a crowd of spectators.  The team consists of Leann Reed, Lydia Bell, Andy Clark, and team captain – John Wells, Jr.

The competition is sponsored by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.  High school culinary teams from across Kentucky will be competing with their dishes during the state fair.  Dishes that are prepared must meet specific guidelines, which include – being school cafeteria friendly and use of Kentucky Proud products.  The overall winning dish will be added to school cafeteria menus across the state.  The coaches for the Jr Chef team are Vickie Wells, Lee Ann Ramey and Teresa Lane. The students have worked really hard this year in their performance, having 3 new Freshman is very channeling to learn all area of the kitchen and mastering the recipe. The team captain John Wells Jr. has really worked hard with our incoming Freshman showing excellent leadership.


Surplus Auction

Bath County Schools will be having a surplus auction on Friday, May 12 beginning at 10 a.m. at the Bath County bus lot.


TSA National Conference

     

The Bath County High School Technology Student Association traveled to Nashville Tennessee this summer to compete in the National TSA Conference. This is the fifth straight year that the TSA have qualified for the Nationals. While at the nations the students received 11th place honors in Digital Video Productions and they also received 15th place honors in On Demand Video. There were over 7500 participants in this year’s nationals with almost 200 competitors in each of these categories. Congratulations, Mr. Ricky Prater, Allen Thomas, Gabe Jones, Logan Routt, Ryan Walters, Troyal Cox, and Dalton Richards .

 


Meet the New Staff at BCHS (by Tara Lewis and Shania McCarty)

Brock Baber

Connie Carpenter

Keri Johnson

Arlen McNabb

Casey Razor

Brandi Roberts

Bart Williams

Taryn Williams


Schedule Changes for 2016-2017 School Year

Information on when schedule changes will be accepted can be found here.  If you have any further questions, please contact the high school.  


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BCHS Junior Chef Team

       

On August 19th, 2016, the BCHS Junior Chef team will be competing at the Kentucky State Fair.  The students will be making their dish, Shepherd's Pie, with Kentucky Proud food products.  The team will be competing against other High School Culinary Teams from across the state for scholarships from Sullivan University. 

The students competing are Timothy Damron, John Wells, Jr., and Dallas Cooper.  Coaches are Vickie Wells, Lee Ann Ramey, and Teresa Lane.


Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

We would like to congratulate two of our staff members for receiving their Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.).  Karen Hammons Ed.D. and Sean Bailey Ed.D. have both focused their research on leading educational issues that impact our students.  We would like to celebrate their ongoing support of the students in Bath County and their commitment to continuing their professional growth as leaders in our District.

 

        


Class Officer Information

Any student that is interested in running for a BCHS Class Officer for the 2017-18 year will need to pick up a class officer candidate package from Mrs Erwin beginning Monday, May 1st.  All completed packets are due to Mrs Erwin by the end of the day on Thursday, May 4th.  All students running for the office of president must make a campaign video.   Elections will be held on the following schedule during Study Zones:

9th grade: Monday, May 8th

10th grade:  Tuesday, May 9th

11th grade:  Wednesday, May 10th

Incoming 9th graders will vote on May 10th also during their practice at BCHS.

This will allow officers time to work over the summer to prepare for the beginning of the school year events. 

So if you are interested in being a 2017-18 class officer, you need to do the following:  
1) review class officer qualifications in your student handbook to make sure you qualify;
2) Think about your campaign; begin making campaign posters; and if running for president- beginning planning your 30 second campaign video;
3) Decide on 2 teachers to use as references;
4) Beginning writing your short essay about what leadership qualities you possess that will make you a great class officer. 


7th Annual March Against Drugs

On Friday, March 31st, the 7th Annual March Against Drugs was held in the gymnasium of BCHS.  The weather did not permit an actual march outside; however, the program was still very successful.

 

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Guidance Counselor Tamela Porter reads the March Against Drugs pledge while Owingsville Mayor Gary Hunt, Bath County Schools Superintendent Harvey Tackett and County Judge Executive Bobby Rogers prepare to sign it. 


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Bath County Schools AHERA Annual Notice


Business Students Tour WKYT

WKYT

On Thursday, March 23, business students in Accounting 101 and the Wildcat Exchange Bank enjoyed a tour of WKYT Channel 27 News.  The students met and talked with Bill Bryant, Barbara Bailey, and meteorologist, Micah Harris. They learned about the process of making the news and how commercials take place.  They also learned about job opportunities in the communications field.


Congratulations FBLA Members!

FBLA

The snow day on Wednesday, March 15, didn't stop over fifty students from the Bath County FBLA chapter from competing in the Region 5 Conference.  Twenty-six students brought home 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place trophies.

 


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Special Education Parent Survey

Dear Parents,

We need your input! Our school district and the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) want to hear from parents regarding how well your child’s school is doing to involve you in the special education services provided to your child.  This survey must be completed by May 31, 2017

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BCHS Dress Code Policy

Information about Bath County High School's dress code policy. This can also be found in the Student and Parent Handbook for the 2016-2017 school year.  


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