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Important Scheduling Information for Students

Due to the start of school being delayed, please be advised that students may pick up student schedules and make changes to their schedules Monday, August 4 through Thursday, August 7 ONLY between the hours of 9:00 am and 4:00 pm on the following plan:

Monday (August 4) – seniors

Tuesday (August 5) – juniors

Wednesday (August 6) – sophomores

Thursday (August 7) – freshmen

Also in order to make sure that all students stay on a path to graduate college and/or career ready, please note this important change. Students will only have the designated week of August 4 through August 7 to do schedule changes and there will be no schedule changes during the school day once school starts. There will be two (2) after school make-up dates for students to do schedule changes with their parents and those dates are after school (3:30 pm until 5:00 pm) on Monday, August 18 for juniors and seniors and after school on Tuesday, August 19 for sophomores and freshmen. Students will only be allowed to change their schedules with the presence of a parent. All schedules will be locked for the school year on Wednesday, August 20, 2014. If you have a conflict with any of the scheduled dates or times, please contact a counselor at your earliest convenience, but be sure to do so before Wednesday, August 20 when scheduling has been locked.

Important Parking Information for Students

Parking permits can be purchased the same week as the scheduling pick up week (see information in above article).  Parking permits are $30.  Students must provide their vehicle information (make, model, and license plate number), proof of registration, and proof of insurance. Students must have a 2.0 to purchase a parking permit. Also, to purchase a parking permit there must be a signed drug testing consent form (new) on file as well as a parking agreement, both must be signed by parent and student. Once school starts Parking Permits will only be sold BEFORE school until 7:45 am and after school each day until 4:30 pm. All vehicles must be registered with the office and have a permit by Monday, August 25, 2014.


Changes to Lunch Pricing

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FBLA National Convention

Pictured left to right are Madison Hammons, Madison Boyd, Kayla Lewis, and Michael Corum.

Four Bath County High School FBLA members attended the FBLA National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee on June 30 through July 3, 2014 accompanied by their adviser, Mrs. Kristal Robinson.  Kayla Lewis competed in the FBLA Principles and Procedures competition but did not place at the national level. (She placed first at the state level.)  Madison Hammons, Madison Boyd, and Michael Corum served as delegates and attended several meetings including the Southern Region delegate assembly.


BCHS TSA at National Conference

BCHS students Allen Thomas, A J. Withrow, Cathy Prater, A. J. Mclean, and Cameron Parker accompanied by adviser Mr. Ricky Prater competed in the Digital Video Productions event at the recent TSA National Conference in Washington, D.C.  The BCHS team was a "Top 10" finalist in Digital Video Productions.  Their documentary entitled "A Kentucky Legend, Daniel Boone and the Kentucky Frontier" received 8th place honors among the close to 70 entries that were presented. This is the first national winning entry BCHS has had in a number of years.
If you would like to view their documentary please click the link below:

http://www.highschoolcube.com/event/a-kentucky-legend-daniel-boone-and-the-kentucky-fr-357337

 


Summer Drama Camp

Members of the cast of Alice in Owingsville (not Wonderland) presented selections from their play performed on June 27 at Bath County Middle School at the June Board of Education meeting.  Cast members are shown above with advisers, Kathy Adams and Jennifer Blount, and Superintendent Harvey Tackett after receiving their Certificates of Appreciation from the Board.


Summer Feeding Program

Schedule for the Summer


Nondiscrimination Statement
 

The Bath County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis
of race, color, religion, sex, genetic information, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, age or disabling condition in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

Name and/or Title:  Teresa Caudill, Title IX Coordinator
Address:  405 West Main Street, Owingsville, KY  40360
Telephone No.:  (606) 674-6314

Name and/or Title:  Christina Grace, Section 504/ADA Coordinator
Address:  405 West Main Street, Owingsville, KY  40360
Telephone No.:  (606) 674-6314

Grievance procedures can be found by searching the Bath County Board of Education Online Manual:  http://policy.ksba.org/B05 or by clicking the Online Manual link under Forms and Links on the district webpage.

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