Ballard Memorial High School News
Community Cafe session set for Nov. 18 has been canceled
The second Community Café session at Ballard Memorial High School, originally set for Tuesday, Nov. 18, has been canceled. Principal David Meinschein said the meeting would be rescheduled.  
State team visits BCCTC to view accomplishments
A delegation from the state’s Technology Centers That Work group visited Ballard County Career and Technical School on Oct. 15 to see for themselves what the school is doing to produce such great college- and career ready students.
Ballard students selected for 1st District Honors Choir
Several Ballard Memorial High and Ballard County Middle School students were selected by audition for this year’s 1st District Honor Choir on Sept. 30 at Marshall County High School.  
BMHS soccer players named to All-District, All-State Academic teams
Four members of the Lady Bombers soccer team were named to the 2014 District 1 All-District Team for soccer.  
Leadership class serves at Grace's Table
Members of Ballard Memorial High School teacher April Jewell’s leadership class helped serve the weekly community meal at Grace’s Table at Grace United Methodist Church on Sept. 18. Shown from left in the first photo are Madi Williams and Casey Wilson pouring batter.  
CTC students explore career clusters
Jeremy Bruer (standing), territory manager for DuPont-Pioneer, visited students at Ballard County Career and Technical School last week to talk about careers in agriculture-related businesses.  
School now in session! Drivers reminded of pick-up, drop-off points on main campus
The first day of classes for Ballard County Schools was Thursday, Aug. 7. It’s back to school for student drivers, parents and bus drivers alike. Please click the link below for a quick reminder of traffic patterns and pick-up/drop-off points for everyone on the main campus.  
Davis named assistant principal at BMHS
New Ballard Memorial High School Assistant Principal Leslee Davis hopes to use her experience as the school’s guidance counselor to her students’ advantage. “I’m here first of all because I care,” Davis said. “There will be correction, but part of my job is to teach them new, good behaviors instead of old, inappropriate ones. If I want to teach compassion, I’ve got to model that for them.”  
All Ballard County schools to be included in free meal program this year
Breakfast and lunch have been free for all students in Ballard County Elementary and Preschool for two years. This year, students at Ballard County Middle and Ballard Memorial High schools will join them.
Morning and midday meals for all Ballard County Schools students will be free in 2014-15, under the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Community Eligibility Provision, according to Ballard Food Service Director Amber Hayes.
BMHS graduates 88 class members
Ballard Memorial High School observed its 62st commencement exercises on May 30, with 88 students crossing the stage in the gymnasium here. There were three valedictorians, Devin Griffin, Cera Peck and Taylor Raffety. The two salutatorians were Millicent Kay Green and Lyndsey Grief. There were 12 additional honor graduates: Chad Adams, Elizabeth Chadwick, Logan Davis, Abbi Denton, Maggie Denton, Taylor Foster, Hailey Houston, Jessica Jones, Justin King, Shelby Rollings, Codi Sullenger and Shelbi Wiggins. 
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