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Welcome

The 2019-20 school year has begun! Our theme this year is “Raise Your Game to Love, Learn and Lead!”   We want to welcome everyone back and invite you to stop in for a visit. We encourage you to be an active part of the education of our children and welcome you as a volunteer. The Bath County School Family knows that the young people entering our doors daily are not only students, but children who need love and guidance.  We believe that all children can learn at high levels and will do our best to help every child achieve that outcome. 

Harvey Tackett
Superintendent
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School News

Feedback and Guidance for Non-Traditional Instruction Days and 20-21 School Reentry

Bath County Schools
Feedback and Guidance for Non-Traditional Instruction Days and 20-21 School Reentry

 

Parent Survey

 

Bath County Staff Survey

P-EBT Information
Congratulations Seniors!

Dear Graduate,

Congratulations on the celebration of your graduation!  Along with your family and friends, I would like to extend my congratulations on this accomplishment .

Bath County Schools has a finalist for statewide Fred Award

Frankfort, Ky – The Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) named Steve Thornsburg, custodian at Crossroads Elementary School (CES) in Bath County, as one of three 2020 Fred Award finalists.

The Fred Award is a favorite for KASA members, drawing in nominations from school districts across the commonwealth each year. The award, inspired by Fred Shea, the postman who became the subject of Mark Sanborn’s national best seller, The Fred Factor, recognizes non-administrative staff statewide whose daily efforts are deemed extraordinary and integral to a positive learning atmosphere in their school communities. Finalists for this award must embody four guiding principles: makes a positive difference each day; has a heart for people; changes ordinary moments into memorable ones; and leads by example

Message from Superintendent, Harvey Tackett

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