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Christmas Luncheon Dec. 12th
Spotlight Night Coming Soon..... Spotlight Night Coming Soon.....
Look How We've Grown

Boyle County has a reputation for being an exceptional school district. As a district, we are always looking for new ways to encourage improvement and growth in our schools.

To see how our schools have grown in various areas, click here.


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David Young Discusses Virtual Learning on WKYT

This year, Boyle County is one of 13 districts that will have the opportunity to use virtual lessons during snow days. Assistant Superintendent David Young was featured in a WKYT story on Monday discussing these virtual learning days.

Click here to check out the story.


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Due to Snow Day, Minority SBDM Election will be Nov, 24th beginning at 7:30 am and run through SPot Light Night.


WWN Nov 11th Edition

Here's this week edition of WWN with a special guest appearance from . . . Clifford!


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Honor Roll

Woodlawn Elementary 1st 9 Weeks

5th Grade All A Honor Roll

Grace Akers, Kylan Amos, Ashley Bigelow, Jake Burns, Ayden Cloyd, Jenna Ducker,  C.J. Estrada, AJ Fluty, Abby Godbey, Elizabeth Gregory, Jackson Grubbs, Adin Hagans, Hagan Harrison, Shyan Hines, Sydney Hogue, Sophie Hundley, Naia Hutchins, Lenox Isola, Jacob Kendrick, Abbie Lamb, Cole Lanter, Jake Lyons, Zac h Mason, Alexus Phegley, Kennedy Qualls, Logan Richards, Tucker Scott, Halee Shepherd, Audrey Stith, Lauren Strong, Seth Taylor, Ellie Ward, Hagan Webb, Ethan Wheeler, Evab Wheeler, Cole Whitt and Molly Wise

5th Grade A/B Honor Roll

Emma Baker, Kinley Blake, Jordon Boston, Kyle Burkett, William Carr, Ayden Collins, C’Anna Denson, Hannah Faulkner, Logan Finley, Seirra Griffin, Mia Grubbs, Camille Harmon, Harper Jeffries, Wyatt Jackson, Morgan Jones, Kaylee Lawrence, Bennett Lemonds, Kasey Lister, Cash Logan, Riley Norris, Connor Padget, Nate Rush, Annie Sanders, Dalton Stone, Ethan Sublett, Collin Tiller, Trinity Wells, Quinn Whitt, Colten Wilson and Selina Zheng


Woodlawn Elementary 1st 9 Weeks

4th Grade All A Honor Roll

Nabeel Al-anati, Wesley Allahham, Audri Bass, Jaina Burkett, Maggie Cerqueira, Edie Clark, Ella Coffey, Peter Daniels, Avery England, Maddie Ethington, Abigail Gnann, Ella Grace Gover, Peyton Guerrant, Tristan Harris, Cameron Ison, Karlee Johnson, Tori Martin, Christian McGlone, Auden Phillips, Jadyn Post, Ben Reynolds, Brady Rodgers, Max Ruben, Brady Sharp, Evin Smock, Will Thompson, Lauren Tipton, Matthew Vernon, Kendall Williams and River Wise

4th Grade A/B Honor Roll

Will Alexander, Owen Barnes, Josh Blackwell, Matthew Britt, Drake Burris, Tiffany Couch, Aiden Denham, Abram Ducker, Dusty Duggins,  Brooklyn Early, Mason Engle, Keegan Frisby, Benjamin Guerrant, Sophia Hammack, Sydney Hammond, Kobe Ingram, Luke Jia, Maddy Johnson, Alex King, Mallory Logsdon, Morgan Lunger, Jack Lynch, Ashley Martin, Noah Maupin, Landon Oakes, Libby Oliver, Reagan Pack, Daniel Perrin, Landon Scott, Jack Snow, Emily Stiltner and Baron Wiley

                                         


Check out for Field Trip Guidelines

Check outs from Field Trips:

  1. Pre-Approval meaning the day prior to the field trips.  The day of the field trip approvals will not be approved. 

  2. Pre-Approval can be through hand written note, phone call, or email to Mrs. Bates.

  3. Check outs may not occur until the end of the field trip when students are getting on the bus to return to school.

  4. Parents will sign the checkout form and note the time.

  5. The checkout will result in an unexcused tardy.

 


Woodlawn's KPREP Celebration!

Hats off to Tess and the Test Takers for their rendition of All About That Bass. Way to go, Woodlawn! A school of Distinction!!


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Give Your Feedback on Social Studies and Arts Common Core Standards

From November 3rd until December 5th, the Kentucky Board of Education will be seeking input from Kentucky citizens on the proposed Social Studies and Arts  Standards, which will be adopted for the next school year. These standards are being revised to align with the latest research and will focus on critical thinking and other 21st Century Skills. Many Kentucky educators collaborated to create the proposed drafts of the standards, but before the drafts are adopted by KDE, they are seeking broader feedback.

Anyone who is interested may review the proposed standards and provide their feedback via the surveys listed below. All submissions will be considered by KDE and revisions will be made to the standards after the December Board meeting. 

 

Social Studies

Arts Standards (You may select one or more of the forms below.)

Visual Arts
Music
Theatre
Media Arts
Dance

 


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Boyle County Schools Pulls off the Three-Peat

For the third consecutive year, Boyle County Schools has ranked in the top 10 In Academic Achievement in Kentucky.   Superintendent Mike LaFavers was beaming with pride this morning when the Kentucky Department of Education released the Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress (KPREP) scores for all 173 districts in Kentucky.   “What our students have demonstrated with these scores is that hard work and doing the right thing every day does matter.  We have a talented staff, and they have committed to ensuring that all of our kids succeed.  These scores are evidence that our planning and attention to detail is making a difference,” said LaFavers.  The district has an overall 2013-14 score of 77.4, a ranking of 6th overall statewide, and the label of “District of Distinction” for the 2nd time in 3 years.  Only 5 districts in Kentucky have been rated “Districts of Distinction” in multiple years – Boyle County, Anchorage Independent, Ft. Thomas Highlands Independent, Murray Independent, and Walton-Verona Independent.  


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Boyle County Featured on Pure Politics

Recently, the Boyle County School District was featured on Cn2 Pure Politics for being the only County District in Kentucky that has been named a District of Distinction. 

Some of our amazing students and staff were featured in a two part video sequence discussing the Blueprint for Success that is used in our classrooms. 

To watch the videos, click the links below!

Cn2 Pure Politics Video Part 1
Cn2 Pure Politics Video Part 2

To read the article on Pure Politics click here


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Spotlight Nights Coming Soon!

Spotlight nights are coming up! Come check out what your kids have been up to so far this school year! We can't wait to see you there.

 

Perryville Elementary: November 24th             5pm-7pm
Junction City Elementary: November 24th      6pm-7:30pm
Woodlawn Elementary: November 24th           5pm-7:00pm
Boyle Middle School: November 13th              5pm-7pm
Boyle High School: November 13th                  6pm-8pm

 


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Car Circle Drop off/Pick up and Walk-in

Morning Drop Off in Car Circle: 7:30 am

 

  • Continue to create two lines entering  the car circle.

  • Continue to merge into one line to drop off students

  • Pull your vehicle all the way around the side walk to drop off students. 

    This will allow 7-8 students to exit cars at one time.

  • Pull to the yellow marked area if you have to wait, buckle, or unbuckle

Morning Walk-Ins – 7:30 am

  • Park in spaces in front of school

  • Sign in

  • Wait in lobby until 7:55 am and then go to rooms

    *Those who need to eat breakfast may go to the

    cafeteria

Safety Issues

  • Do not allow students to exit the car from the left side- cars could have dropped off before you and will be exiting the car circle causing a safety hazard

  • Do not drop students off in the bus lane

  • Do not allow students to walk across the bus lane unattended

Tardies:

  • At the elementary level, all students must be walked in and signed in by an adult

     


Car Circle: Winter Carnival Top Bidders

The Winter Carnival auctioned off the first 3 parking spots in the car circle.  The first THREE spots were will be RESERVED for the top bidders.  The three top bidders have secured these spots and have agreed to arrive no later than 2:45 each afternoon.  These reserved spots will begin Monday, Feb. 17th and continue through December 2014.  The spots will go up again for bid at next year's Winter Carnival.  Please remember if you are not one of the top bidders to pull up to spot 4 and leave room for our top bidders.

Thank you!


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BOYLE COUNTY EVENTS


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SBDM Minority Election
@Woodlawn Elementary
Monday, 11/24/2014

24
Christmas Angel Kick Off
@Woodlawn Elementary
11/24/2014 - 12/19/2014

24
Spot Light Night #1
@Woodlawn Elementary
Monday, 11/24/2014

25
SBDM Monthly Meeting
@Woodlawn Elementary
Tuesday, 11/25/2014

26
Thanksgiving Break
11/26/2014 - 11/28/2014

18
Boyle County Board of Education
@Boyle County Middle School
Thursday, 12/18/2014

22
Winter Break
12/22/2014 - 1/5/2015

15
Board of Education Meeting
@Boyle County High School
Thursday, 1/15/2015

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Spring Break
3/30/2015 - 4/3/2015