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Kristin Riddle Signs with Berea College

CONGRATULATIONS to Kristin Riddle! Last Friday, February 16, 2018, Kristin signed with Berea college to continue her educational studies and pursue her athletic endeavors in soccer! Best wishes to you Kristin! We are very proud of you!


Open Mic Night

The Tri-M Music Honor Society of Bath County High School would like to invite you to our 1st Annual "Open Mic Night!" Participants may sing, play an instrument, recite poetry, render a monologue, etc., etc.. groups are also welcome to participate in lieu of individual performance. March 22, 2018 - 6PM until ?? It is open to students and adults alike! There is a small participation fee ($5) for non-members of Tri-M. Please contact Mr. Rawlings if you would like to participate! There will be refreshments available and there may be a meal option offered pending approvals. Spectators are certainly welcomed and encouraged! Performances just aren't the same without an audience. All proceeds go to benefit the music programs at Bath County High School. Please make plans to come on out for the OPEN MIC NIGHT. We look forward to hearing from you.


Senior Yearbook Information

Click here to see the newsletter published by the yearbook class.  It includes information about placing a senior ad, submitting a senior photo, and ordering a yearbook.


Paint Your Own Ceramics!

Our next Paint Your Own Ceramics: Spring Edition! has been scheduled for March 8th from 4:00 until 7:00 in the BCHS Art Room (room 212.) We will feature bisque forms for Easter, Mother's Day and Father's Day, plus several new figurines and plaques. Details and pictures to follow. Join us and support the Art Club and make a unique gift


BCHS Academic Team Members Advance To State

Congratulations!!! The Bath County High School Academic Team competed in the KAAC 10th Region Academic Tournament in Vanceburg on February 17th. Congratulation to Nicholas Frizzell and Chynah Thompson who qualified for the state tournament in Louisville March 17-19. Nicholas received 3rd place in social studies while Chynah received 5th place in written composition.


Media Release

MEDIA RELEASE

 

February 19, 2018

This is Harvey Tackett, Superintendent of Bath County Schools.

Law enforcement officials were contacted today to come to Bath County High School to assist in a student safety concern. The situation was investigated thoroughly by law and school district officials, and appropriate action was taken. No threats of guns and/or weapons were made. Be assured Bath County School District will take every precaution and measure to ensure the safety and welfare of all of its students and staff.

 

Harvey Tackett

Superintendent


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Rawlings Named KMEA Teacher of the Year

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Robert Rawlings, Bath County High School Band Director, has been named the Kentucky Music Educators Association District 8 High School Teacher of the Year Award at their recent State Conference. Mr. Rawlings is an amazing teacher and a vital asset to BCHS! We are glad to know that the state organization recognizes his great contributions to our youth as we do in Bath County.  Congratulations to Mr. Robert Rawlings on this great honor!
 


New Immunization Requirements for 2018-2019
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Calendar Committee for 2018-2019
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High School Field information during construction

                  under construction


Schedule Changes

All schedule changes must be completed by the end of Study Zone on Thursday, January 11th.  Schedules will be locked at that time and changes cannot be made.


Notice of Vacant Board Seat

Opportunity

The Kentucky Commissioner of Education is seeking applicants to be considered for appointment to the Bath County Board of Education. You are invited to nominate yourself or someone you know who is qualified to serve on the Bath County Board of Education representing

  • Educational Division #3  Bath County Schools

This vacancy was created by the resignation of a board member.

 

Under the provision of KRS 160.190 (2), this appointment is effective until

  • The November 2018 regular election. The term will end December 31, 2018.

This is a public service position and the person appointed will not be employed by the Bath County Board of Education, Bath County Schools. 


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Sadie Hawkins Dance Coming Up

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Retirement

Arlen McNabb Rhonda Back Cathi Walters

       Arlen McNabb                           Rhonda Back                           Cathi Walters

All Bath County Teachers, Staff, and Students want to thank you for your exemplary performance during these past years, as we congratulate you on your retirement. The years you have worked here have been marked by unsurpassed excellence and caring. You have been an inspiration to us all.

Thank you


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Student Technology Survey

Student Technology Survey

 

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Graduation Supplies Orders

Seniors- Our Jostens representative will be at BCHS on Wednesday, November 15th during Study Zone (8:05 to 8:40) to collect orders for graduation supplies. This is the last date scheduled for the representative to come to our school.  After Wednesday, orders will have to be placed online at jostens.com. 

 

The only supply that students are required to have for graduation is the option D.  Option D costs $30 (no shipping or taxes will be added).  It includes a gown, cap, tassel, and black stole.  If you need assistance or have any questions please contact our Principal, Melanie Erwin.  


Bath County Schools Veterans Day Programs

Veterans Day Program


School Pictures Are In!

Students- if you have not already done so, please pick up your picture proofs during your lunch period.  We are also collecting orders for your school pictures during your lunch times now through November 1st. Make checks payable to Lifetouch.  Do NOT make payments to the school.


District Title I informational Sessions

Title I

During the OES Fall Festival,10/20//17, Bath County Schools will have an informational session to share with parents how Title I benefits our Schools.

Title I is the federal program which provides funding to local school districts to improve the academic achievement of disadvantaged students.  It is part of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act first passed in 1965. 

Title I provides the following for our District:

  Additional Staffing                    Technology

  Parent Involvement                   Extra Classroom Supplies

  Professional Development        Curriculum

  Additional Student Services


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Team of the Week

The Wildcats are the “Team of Week” ON THE Scholastic Ball Report. Coach Poynter and three players will appear Sunday Noon on CWKYT.


Secretary Heiner Announces Newest ‘Kentucky Work Ready Communities’

Bath County Work Ready in progress

The Kentucky Work Ready Communities certification program from the KWIB and the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet assures employers that a local workforce has the talent and skills necessary to staff existing jobs and to master the innovative technologies new jobs will require.

To become certified, a county must gather local support and commitment and apply for the Work Ready Community designation. Counties have to meet criteria in six areas including high school graduation rates, National Career Readiness Certificate holders, demonstrated community commitment, educational attainment, soft-skills development and digital literacy.

 


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School Report Cards

School Report Cards

School and District Report cards Provide Detailed information about each school and district, including test performance, teacher qualifications, student safety, awards, parent involvement and much more


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Order A Copy of the 2018 Yearbook Today!

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School Pictures Date Set

School pictures will be taken on Monday, October 2, 2017


BCHS Jr. Chef

Wildcat Grilled Chicken Mac Jr. Chef 2017

The BCHS junior Chef team competed at the Kentucky State Fair on Thursday, August 24th and placed 3rd in the state with their Wildcat Grilled Chicken Mac.

The competition is sponsored by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.  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 the school Cafeteria menus across the state.

The Jr. Chef Team is coached by Lee Ann Ramey and Vickie Wells, proud sponsors of the Kentucky Proud, Farm to School and local farmers.  The team consists of Leeann Reed, Lydia Bell, Andy Clark, and team captain - John Wells, Jr. 

Click here for the Wildcat Grilled Chicken Mac Recipe

 

 


No School Monday August 21, 2017

With much consideration and like many districts in the area, Bath County Schools will be closed Monday, August 21, in observance of the solar eclipse which most of Kentucky will experience.

The safety of the students is our primary concern and the reason for our decision to close schools.

Our teachers have already prepared lessons to give our students a better understanding of the solar eclipse and its historical and scientific implications.

Having the day off from school will provide parents and students a joint learning opportunity.  There are opportunities on the internet for parents and students to learn more about the eclipse together.

For more information about the solar eclipse, visit http://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/


Bike Rodeo

Bike Rodeo


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Bath County Work Ready in progress status

Work ReadyWork Ready

Bath County became one step closer to becoming a Work Ready County.  Members of the Chamber of Commerce, Bath County Schools, Bath County PVA, Emergency Management, and out Judge Executive presented and obtained the Work Ready in Progress status.

A Kentucky Work Ready Community certification is a measure of a county’s workforce quality.  It is an assurance to business and industry that the community is committed to providing the highly-skilled workforce required in today’s competitive global economy.


National TSA Honors

Chapter Excellence Award  Advisor of the year

The Bath County High School Technology Student Association received national recognition, this past week, at the 39th annual Technology Student Association Conference in Orlando, Fl. The national TSA conference is packed with competitive events and challenging activities that foster personal growth and leadership development. This marks Bath County TSA’s fifth consecutive year qualifying for the nationals.

            While at this year’s conference, Bath County TSA was honored to receive the Chapter Excellence Award. This is the first time any high school from Kentucky has been chosen to receive the Chapter Excellence Award. This award is presented to those chapters who excel at the state level and who also excel in the area of leadership development. Bath County High School TSA was also honored to have its advisor, Mr. Ricky Prater, named the Advisor of the Year for the state of Kentucky. Congratulations go out to all the Bath County TSA members for all their achievements this past year.


Mechanic of the Year

Mechanic of the year

Eddie McIlvain was named the Mechanic of the Year at the 25th annual STAK (Student Transportation Association of Kentucky) banquet on Tuesday, June 27, 2017.  Eddie was nominated for the award by Sammy Knell, and won the award when it was voted upon by the STAK governing board.  This is a tremendous honor and one in which Eddie was well-deserving.  His experience, attitude, and commitment to making the buses safe for students are evident in each work day.  Bath County puts over 370,000 miles on its’ buses every year, and the buses are safe because of Eddie’s leadership in the bus garage.


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

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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
 

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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.  


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:

Solar Eclipse informaton, Monday August 21, 2017

solar eclipse

Important Information about the Solar Eclipse

 

On Monday August 21st, 2017 we will experience a total solar eclipse, an event that hasn’t occurred over the U.S. mainland since 1979.  A total solar eclipse, which is when the moon completely covers the sun, will occur across 14 states in the continental U.S. along a 70-mile-wide swath of the country.  While Bath County is not located in this area, we will still be able to view the partial solar eclipse.


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Lieutenant Governor Jenean Hampton

Lieutenant governor visit

Lieutenant Governor, Jenean Hampton spoke to Bath County High School Students today about The Lieutenant Governor's Entrepreneurship Challenge http://www.kylgec.com/ .   She also had an opportunity to speak with students about STEM opportunities and at-risk students about their futures.


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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Day

Martin Luther King, Jr Day


Bath County Board Appreciation

board members

We are hearing a lot lately from school boards who have stepped up and made a case both locally and statewide for both restoring and increasing funding for schools.

So many different kinds of groups make money pitches for so many causes that the temptation may be to lump these school boards in with the rest. But that’s not where they should be. When members of the Bath County school board advocate for better funding, they are doing it for the children of this community: for the up-to-date books they need for their classes, for the after-school programs that help struggling readers, for new school buses to safely transport them, for buildings that offer the physical settings needed to learn, for course offerings and technology that will enable them to graduate to a career or go on to postsecondary education, and on and on.


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Lieutenant Governor's Entrepreneurship Challenge
Solar Eclipse Permission Form

Solar Eclipse

Permission Form

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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.


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.


District EHO Form

Please click below to print off the Bath County Schools Educational Enhancement Opporutnity Request Form

EHO Form


FFA Livestock Judging

FFA


Spirit Week

Click here to learn more about Homecoming Spirit Week Dress Up Days

Click here to learn more about the scoring during Spirit Week


New Mealviewer App

Keep up-to-date on your school's breakfast and lunch menu by downloading the Mealviewer app.  Once you have downloaded the App, type in our zip code and you're ready to go. You can also click on the picture below to view on your computer.

                                    mealviewer

 


BCHS Students Attend FFA Camp

FFA Camp

On July 10-14th, the Bath County FFA Chapter traveled to Hardinsburg, Kentucky for FFA Leadership Training Camp week five. Three members of the Bath County FFA Chapter attended the FFA Camp. Members attended Officer Training classes and committee officer classes and special interest such as tractor driving, welding, photography and alternative fuels. The Chapter heard motivational speakers and met State and National FFA Officers during the week. Our Chapter participated in sporting events such as; kickball, softball, ping pong, and various other sports. The Chapter members that attended were Jacob Conyers, Logan Jones, Boone Howard, and Mr. Howard FFA Advisor and his daughter Laylan Howard.

 

By: Boone Howard
FFA Member


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.


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.

 

        


Meatless Monday

There is no better place to educate our children about health and nutrition than in our schools.  We recognize that healthy eathing habits start young and require nurturing.  Therefore, we are pleased to announce that Bath County Schools are now participating in a healthy promotion program called "Meatless Monday".  Meatless Monday is a global movement that enables people of all ages to make positive changes in their diet - and in their lives - simply by choosing not to eat meat one day a week.  All meals served at Bath County Schools, including those on Meatless Monday, will meet all federal and state dietary guidelines.

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

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.


Homecoming Parade and Pep Rally

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Jostens' Rep Visit Planned

Our Jostens' representative will be here on Tuesday, September 26th during Study Zone to meet with Seniors to discuss graduation supplies.  He will also be delivering Class Rings to students that ordered them last year.  If you have any questions please talk to Mrs. Erwin


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. 


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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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2017-2018 Bus Routes

Click here to see the 2017-2018 Bath County Schools Bus Routes


Bath County FFA State Fair Results

2017 Kentucky State Fair Results

FFA

 


Bath County Gives Back

food  Harvey

Bath County High School recently collected donations for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. The Study Zone that provided the most goods was rewarded with a party sponsored by Ms. Cline and Mrs. Erwin.


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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Dress Code Policy

Dress Code Policy

Dress Code Violation Consequences


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

Please click here for more information


Bath County Schools Asbestos Management Plan

AHERA Annual Notice


Superintendent receives high marks in annual evaluation

Bath Co. board gives superintendent exemplary marks on his annual evaluation, citing support for the district, leadership of staff, and school/community relations.

http://www.ksba.org/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=6GAPGAY&dasi=3G32

                                   Mr. Tackett

 


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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 2017 – 2018 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.

 


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Owingsville,, KY 40360
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