Welcome to the 2019-20 School Year!
On behalf on the faculty and staff of Bath County High School, we want to welcome our students, parents, and community to a new school year. We are excited to welcome the Class of 2021 to our school and are look forward seeing our returning students. We look forward to celebrating the accomplishments of the Class of 2020.
Bath County High School welcomes everyone to visit, however the administration takes every possible step to ensure the safety of our students and staff. Senate Bill 1, mandates a controlled entrance for all public school in Kentucky. All visitors to our building must enter the building through the front door and the secured lock entrance. A security system has been installed that requires visitors to be “buzzed in” through the front door. Visitors are required to provide the purpose of their visit to office staff and present a valid ID. All school visitors must immediately REGISTER IN THE OFFICE and pick up a VISITOR PASS. Visitors to our school must sign-out in the front office before leaving the building. Visitors may be requested to leave their identification in the front office to ensure guests sign-out of the building (waiting district directive). ALL VISITORS MUST PROVIDE A VALID ID TO OFFICE STAFF EVERY TIME THEY VISIT THE SCHOOL. THIS IS REQUIRED EVEN IF THE REQUESTING STAFF IS FAMILIAR WITH THE VISITOR.
No one is allowed to visit classrooms or enter any area other than the front corridor leading to the main office unless they have the principal’s approval. A visitor pass or Bath County School’s Employee Badge must be worn in a visible location at all times while visiting the school. No one will be allowed to visit classrooms unless written permission is acquired from the principal.
Last semester, Mr. Ramey was approached by the Olympia Springs Volunteer Fire Department about his students designing a new patch for the department. They decided to hold a contest with the Art 2, 3, and 4 students. After collecting the entries and sending them to the department, the members of the fire department voted on their favorite and will be submitting the design to a company to be turned into their patch.Congratulations to Angelida Stewart for creating the winning design. In addition to her design becoming the patch, she also won $100. Thanks to the Olympia Springs Volunteer Fire Department for considering us to participate in this project, and congratulations to all the students who participated.
Congratulations on your accomplishments!
Taylor Thompson, Chynah Thompson, Kaylee Staviski - Focus on Children, Level 3 - 1st place
Jesselin Miller - Sports Nutrition, Level 3 - 1st place
Sara Pelfrey, Reagan Purvis - Chapter in Review Portfolio, Level 2 - 1st place
Emily Crouch, Morgan Crouch - Entrepreneurship, Level 2 - 1st place
Mallory Breshear, Maggie Elam, Rileigh Ulery, Level 2 - 1st place
Katelyn Hart, Karalyne Swartz - Repurpose & Redesign, Level 2 - 2nd place
Charleigh Caudill, Olivia Sanders - Chapter Service Project, Level 2 - 2nd place
Anastasia Hurst, JoJo Poynter - Chapter in Review Display, Level 2 - 2nd place
The 61st District Basketball Tournament will be played next week at Bath County High School. The schedule is below.
Monday - Girls Bath vs. Rowan 6pm, Girls Fleming vs. Menifee at 7:45pm
Tuesday - Boys Menifee vs. Rowan 6pm, Boys Fleming vs. Bath at 7:45pm
Thursday - Championships TBA
NOTE: NO COACHES CARDS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Everyone must pay $6 to enter. That includes all students, district employees, senior citizens passes, and anyone with a lifetime coaches card.
BCHS students attended their first play production in the new auditorium. The Little Company from Morehead State University held a production of "This is My Heart for You." Students enjoyed the comfortable seating. "The sound system is much better in the auditorium, and it's much easier to see and watch," remarked one student.
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