News & Announcements

Non-credible Threat Being Investigated

BCHS school officials were notified late Sunday evening about a possible threat made by a student.  The Barren County Sheriff Department was immediately contacted.  
The threat was determined not to be credible at this time. The matter is still under investigation by law enforcement and school administration.   

The safety of our students and staff is our highest priority.   We will continue to be proactive and responsive to any concerns.

Celebrate National School Lunch Week

Activity Guide for NSLW

Digital Citizenship Week Oct 15-19. digital citizenship

Digital citizens think critically about what they see online and learn to make their own smart choices online and in life.  That means udnerstanding the benefits and risks of sharing information, knowing the difference between a credible news source and a sponsored ad, and balancing screen time with other activities.  CLICK HERE for more resources Common Sense Media!
DIstrict Resources and Digital Citizenship Curriculum Map

 

 

Kentucky Safe Schools Week-October 21-27, 2018

  BARREN COUNTY SCHOOLS ENDORSE KENTUCKY SAFE SCHOOLS WEEK
October 21-27, 2018

Theme:  “Be Incredible" Reveal Your Superhero!
(Click the heading above for more information)
safe schools pledge
(Or click the link above to take the pledge to Be a HERO)

TEACHER/PARENT RESOURCES 
Bullying can be verbal, social, physical & cyber.  As a part of KY Safe Schools Week we have complied numerous resources by grade level for you to share with your students/children on ways to avoid cyberbullying & staying safe on the Internet.  

Barren County Schools Celebrate Transition Readiness on State Assessment Results for 2018 – Demonstrates District’s Vision of “BeCome Life Ready” bc

Barren County Schools, focused on a vision for each student to “BeCome Life Ready,” is celebrating student performance with our community as vision becomes reality.  With input from community stakeholders, Barren County Schools created a Profile of a Trojan, with emphasis on skills needed to create a successful transition to professional degrees, post-secondary training and/or career fields.  “While no single indicator can tell the whole story, our data shows Barren County Schools are on course to create successful students that will be ready for life with outstanding academics and career readiness rates that outpace the Commonwealth,” stated Superintendent Bo Matthews.   Click here to watch WNKY 40 News Report.

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