Crossroads Elementary School News

Success for Bath County STLP at 2016 State Conference

Congratulations to the Bath County Schools’ Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP)!  The state championship event, held at Rupp Arena, was attended by over 10,000 students. The following Bath County students competed at the state STLP competition and received awards for their hard work.

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BCMS 6th Grade Physical & Immunization Requirements

Parent/Guardians of incoming 6th grade students,

Please be advised that a physical as well as specific immunizations are required for entry into 6th grade.  The required immunizations are: Tdap and Meningococcal.  A 2nd varicella vaccine is required unless there is medical documentation of your child having chicken pox.  The HPV vaccine is highly encouraged but not required.

If you have already had these completed, please turn in this information to the school health unit as soon as possible.  If your child needs to have these completed, they can be performed at your local health department or your child’s doctor. 

March 2016 Board Spotlight - Who Will I Become?

Students from Crossroads Elementary School read original pieces that they had written for the Dream Out Loud project about their plans for the future.  The students, pictured above with Superintendent Harvey Tackett and Principal Jerry Thatcher, were dressed as their future careers suggested.  Board members and the audience were so impressed with the students' writings that they received a standing ovation as they lined up for this photo.

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Comes to Bath County

Please join us at the Bath County Memorial Library to get your child registered.  All Bath County children from Birth up to Age 5 are eligible to enroll and start receiving Imagination Library books for free - 1 book per month until 5th birthday.

Bath County Summer Food Service Program

Bath County Schools are participating in the Summer Food Service Program from June 6, 2016 to July 15, 2016.


Bath County Schools - 2 Hour Delay - Friday, March 4, 2016
CES Academic Team - Quick Recall

Congratulations to the CES Quick Recall team on winning 1st  place against OES on Wednesday, February 24. There were also some individual winners!!!



Bath County Schools Celebrate 100th Day

Bath County Schools celebrated the 100th day of school on Wednesday, January 27, 2016.  Pictured above are students from Crossroads Elementary wearing some of the winning 100-day t-shirts.

STLP Regional Showcase - Morehead State University

Students from Bath County Schools traveled to Morehead State University on December 14, 2015, to compete at the STLP Fall Regional Showcase.  They were supervised by advisers Kristal Robinson, BCHS; Vickie Moriarity, BCMS; Michelle Lyons and Jessica Haynes, CES; and Shannon Hill, OES.  Jeremy Weaver and Keith Crouch, Bath County Schools Technicians, as well as Vickie Moriarity, BCMS Adviser, judged at the event.  Each chapter is required to provide a judge in order for their groups to be allowed to compete.  Each school had a project invited to enter state competition.

Winners from the different events who will be moving on to the State STLP Showcase at Rupp Arena on April 22, 2016, are:  

OES— Cooper Smoot & Henry Rawlings have been invited to state as Scratch Ambassadors!  Cooper and Henry will be assisting in running a workshop/ computer lab for the public to introduce coding to beginners! Kendall Vincent, Samuel Vincent, Wesley Conant, and Chris Ritchie have been invited to state with their showcase project!

CES –   The Scratch Club, Mahailah White, Eli Bradley, Brock Donohew, Clay Manley, project has been invited to participate at the State Competition.

BCMS – Hunter Bradley & Andrew Coyle have been invited to participate at state in April as Scratch Ambassadors.

BCHS -   Kendra Willis was invited to state competition in the Live Reporting Event.

Crossroads Elementary High Attendance Day Recognition

At the October 2015 Board of Education meeting, Crossroads Elementary School was recognized for their outstanding percentage (99.09%) on High Attendance Day, September 24, 2015.  The school was presented a plaque for being the District Winner, as well as a plaque for being the Region 9 Large Elementary Winner and $100 from the Regional DPP group.  Shown above with Superintendent Harvey Tackett are:  Kellie Dillon, CES Attendance Clerk, Lorinda Jamison, CES Assistant Principal, Kim Biddle, Bath County Schools DPP, and Jerry Thatcher, CES Principal.

Attendance Celebration

Mr. Thatcher and Mrs. Jamison rappelled off Crossroads Elementary School because of the 99%+ High Attendance Day in September!!!

National Milk Day 2015

The staff welcome a visitor to the CES Cafeteria for National Milk Day!

CES High Attendance Day

CES students got to take pictures on Mr. Thatcher's motorcycle during High Attendance Day

BCHS Class of 2018 Benefit & Auction

The BCHS Class of 2018 is sponsoring a benefit and auction for the Daugherty family at the Owingsville First Church of God on October 9 (Friday) from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Meals for adults are $6, and meals for children ages 5 to 12 are $4.  Meals for children 4 and under are free. The meal will be hamburgers and hotdogs along with different types of salad and desserts. 

Donations will be accepted and may be dropped off at the church that evening or at the front office at Bath County High School.  You may also contact any of the following people: Ryan Walters (Mellanie and Timmy), Tyler Brown (Kristy and Brian), Lexie Craig (Micah and Jimmy), Klay Oatman, and Shawn Stump (Donna and Stumpy), Mrs. Rachelle Thompson, Mrs. Jennifer Blount, or Cheryl Cox.  These class officers, parents, advisers and volunteers have offered to help to get donations to the church in time for the auction.

Bath County Schools Surplus Auction

The Bath County Public Schools are holding a surplus auction on Friday September 25, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. at the Bus Garage located on Chenault Drive in Owingsville, KY. 

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       For more information regarding this auction, contact Tony
 at 606-674-6314.


CES 5th Grade Field Trip

These Crossroads Elementary students from Mrs. Lara Little's class are pictured in front of a cabin at Gladie, KY during a recent field trip.



Bath County Schools Opening Day

Congratulations to Crossroads Faculty and Staff during Opening Day festivities - Crossroads won first place for their skit "The Wizard of Oz."

Preschool Registration 2015-16

Bath County Schools' Retirees

At the June 2015 Board meeting the Bath County Schools' retirees were honored by Mr. Harvey Tackett and School Board Members.  Pictured above are Elaine Rice (OES), Dottie Goodpaster (OES), Tracey Little (CES), Lindy Weaver (BCMS, and Burnsy Stewart (Central Office).  Also retiring but not pictured are Lisa Willis (BCHS) and Wanda Norris (Bus Driver).

Drama Camp Production

On Friday evening, June 19, the Bath County students pictured above performed a musical titled "Memories - Rock-N-Roll" as the culmination of a week long Drama Camp.  The Drama Camp was organized by Jennifer Blount, Kathy Adams and Kelly Wilson.  This is the third annual Drama Camp that has been held for Bath County students.  The performances always receive great reviews.

Cool School Machine Travels Again - New Locations Added - June 6 thru July 14


Click the picture above for information about the Cool School Project for Summer 2016.  Cool School will not run on July 4, 2016.

2015- 2016 CSIP

Parents, Please review the CES Continuous School Improvement Plan.  If you have any suggestions please submit them to Lorinda Jamison at by December 11, 2015.  Thank you.

2015-16 CSIP

Bath County District Spelling Bee Competitors - 2016

Pictured above are all of the Bath County students from BCMS, CES and OES who competed in the 2016 District Spelling Bee held on February 18.

Bath County Schools - Closed - February 17, 2016 - SACC will be open at OES.



Kentucky Student Voice Survey

During the period of February 8th- February 18th, your child will have the chance to complete an online survey at school called the Kentucky Student Voice Survey.  This confidential survey allows students the opportunity to give feedback on specific aspects of his or her classroom experience.  The purpose of this survey is to provide valuable information for educators who are working to improve classroom and learning conditions.

This survey will be conducted during school hours only!  If you do NOT want your child to take this survey, you will need to sign a wavier and return it to school.  You can click here to download the wavier.  This waiver will need to be turned into the office no later than February 5th.

CES 2016 Spelling Bee Contestants

CES sent our two Spelling Bee winners to District Spelling Bee Competition at the Board Office. Pictured are Mrs. Jamison, Connor Carpenter, Braden Akers and Mr. Tackett.

Board Spotlight for November 2015 Meeting

Mrs. Lara Little and students from her 5th grade class demonstrated some interactive learning activities using the GoNoodle program for Board of Education members and the audience at the November 2015 Board meeting.  Pictured above are Superintendent Harvey Tackett, students Anastasia Hurst and Caleen Treadway, CES Teacher Mrs. Lara Little, CES Asst. Principal Lorinda Jamison and CES Principal Jerry Thatcher.

Wireless Network Update

Wireless access will be changing soon. To simplify access, the BCS, BCS-Student and BCS-Staff wireless access portals will be replaced by a new service named BATH. Both Staff and Students will use the same portal, BATH, to access the wireless network.  Once your device is connected to BATH, you will be prompted to logon, via a logon page hosted by the Lightspeed filter, on iPods, iPads, Kindles and all personally owned devices (BYOD).

Wireless access will require login with your email address and password.  Activity on the wireless network can be tracked to the individual sign-on. If your device does not automatically pull up the logon page, enter in your web browser to logon to the wireless.  You may also log off a device by using Logins will timeout after 10 hours. You will be required to log in the device in order to keep accessing the internet.  On some devices, a “Sorry” page may load stating the site is not accessible. Click the “Not You?” in the black bar at the top of the page to go to the login page.

You may proceed with connecting your personally owned devices, district and school owned ipads, ipods and kindles that use BCS-Staff and BCS-Student to the BATH wifi network. This will ensure your device will have access after January 1.

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