Thank you to all of the parents who participated in the Superintendent Town Hall this afternoon!
The Board of Education approved adjustments to the 2020-2021 calendar at last night's Special Called Meeting.
On July 10 at 4 p.m., Superintendent LaFavers will host another virtual Town Hall to announce plans for the start of school.
Click through to access the 6:30 p.m. meeting.
Click through to access the link to the 7 p.m. meeting.
Information on the transition from our school food program to the summer food program.
He takes over the position on July 1, 2020.
May 12 will be the final day of school.
Click through to access the link to the virtual meeting at 4 p.m.
Closure is for in-person classes and school activities
Click through to access the virtual board meeting at 7 p.m.
Schools now closed through May 1.
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School will now resume on Monday, April 20
Click through to access the link for the 2 p.m. meeting
This is an information site for all you need to know about COVD-19 and Boyle County Schools.
Boyle County Schools has made the difficult decision to close schools for the next four weeks (March 16- April 10).
What to know about how Boyle County Schools is preparing
College and career readiness programs abound, including scholarships for dual-credit classes
The Boyle County Board of Education has approved the 2020 - 2021 school calendar.
Seniors who scored 28 and higher honored at annual event.
Boyle County School District's star system score places it in the top 10 Kentucky school districts.
Perryville Elementary School is one of only five public schools in the state to receive designation.
Number of students taking the test has risen dramatically, but passing percentage remains steady.
This is the fifth year for the designation
District uses four-pronged plan
Taxes have not been raised in five years.
Boyle County School District was ranked in the top 10 school districts in Kentucky in five categories by Niche.com in its 2020 ratings.