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Work Ready Skills Advisory Committee Awards $6.84 Million for Barren Regional Technical Campus Project A reception was held on Saturday, February 4 to celebrate receiving the grant.

February 2, 2017 - The Barren County Board of Education, lead partner in the Barren Regional Technical Campus Project, has been awarded $6.84 million in the first round of Kentucky Work Ready Skills Initiative funding.  The Kentucky Work Ready Skills Initiative is aimed at building a highly trained, modernized workforce in the Commonwealth to meet the needs of employers and promote sustainable incomes for Kentuckians.

Barren County Schools Announces its policy for Free and Reduced Price Meals for students under the NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH AND BREAKFAST PROGRAMS.

Any interested person may review a copy of the policy by contacting CheyAnne Fant, Director of Nutrition Services at 202 West Washington Street, Glasgow, Kentucky or by calling 270-651-3787.

Barren County Board of Education and Site-based Decision Making Councils Hold Joint Meetings SBDM meets with board at BCHS

Members of the Barren County Board of Education recently met with Barren County Schools' Site-based Decision Making Councils to review instructional needs and accomplishments of each school.

Watch BCHS Baseball & Softball LIVE!

If you can't make it out to see the Trojans & Trojanettes in person.. we have you covered!
BCHS Live will be streaming several games this spring so tune in for some great action.

all broadcasts can be found on:

bchs baseball and softball live schedule

Bunch Named Principal of Austin Tracy Elementary

Joey Bunch, veteran teacher and Guidance Counselor, has been selected as the Principal of Austin Tracy Elementary School.

Joey Bunch

Pictured with Austin Tracy SBDM
L-R Elaine Linder, Lori Crowe, Superintendent Bo Matthews, Principal Joey Bunch, Penny Wells, Lacey Mahayney, Logan Brooks

Barren County Hall of Distinguished Honor 2017

Invitation for Alumni Hall of Honor

Saturday, April 29, 2017


The Barren County High School Orchestra has some fantastic news! They have been chosen as one of only eight high school orchestras in the country to participate in the National Band and Orchestra Festival at Carnegie Hall in New York on April 15, 2017. We really could use your help as we rely on donations and fundraisers to pay for our travel expenses in order for our students to participate in this once in a lifetime event. Please select a sponsorship level below to show your support for the BCHS Orchestra Program. If you have no objections to your generosity being publicized, we will be including the names and levels of all donors in each printed concert program for next year as well as announcing them at each performance. If you have any questions, call Stacey Owen at 270-­646-­5900 or Amberly Bush at 270-­791­-8694.

Click here to complete the donation form.


At the Annual Kentucky Society for Technology in Education (KySTE) Conference held in Louisville, KY, the Barren County Director of Technical Services, Mr. Steve Gumm was awarded the Outstanding Leader for 2017.

Alumni Scholarships Deadline April 1st Barren Alumni graphic

April 1st is the deadline for all Alumni scholarship applications to be turned in.
** Senior graduate - Parent or Guardian must be a current Barren County Alumni member and have held a membership for 2 consecutive years.
** Alumni post graduate -  Must be a current Barren County Alumni member and have held membership for 2 consecutive years.

click here for application
Senior and Postgraduate applications are on the alumni site of the Barren County Schools home page.

Barren County Youth Take Part in Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Policy (KY-ASAP) KY-ASAP Youth

Youth from Barren County Schools will take part in KY-ASAP.  2017 KY-ASAP Youth Prevention Leaders will be trained with youth empowerment curriculum that will teach them presentation skills, media production, working with the press, policy change, advertising and campaign skills.  

Barren County Schools: Working Together to Prepare Students for Life Chamber Ad
District STEAM Showcase

Steam Invitation

College & Career Day March 24th College and Career Day

Wear your favorite college shirt or career outfit!


Due to continued illness across the district, the Barren County Schools will be closed on March 23rd and 24thBoth of these days will be iLearn@home days.   Students will be given information at their schools about the iLearn@home day materials they will need for these two days, or visit their teacher’s webpages.  School will resume on March 27th on a regular schedule.