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BMHS graduates 108 members of the Class of 2017

Ballard Memorial High School observed its 65th commencement exercises on May 18 in the gymnasium here. The Class of 2017 ended with 108 graduates.

The two valedictorians were Shelby Lynn Hawes and Kerrie Yen Pullen. The salutatorian was Cheyenne Rae Shely. There were 15 additional honor graduates: Tessa Kennedy Blankenship, Devyn Shurvia Bledsoe, Kayto Mary Buchanon, Alexis Michele Donelson, Hannah Elizabeth Gilbert, Matthey Riley Gilbert, Savanna Mae Rose Gray, Phillip Dale McKee, Zane Adam Parsons, Crystal Dilip Patel, Alexis Lyn Scott, Chance Allen Shely, Charles Jacob Sullivan, Lindsay Dale Tatum, and Adriana Nicole Worley.

 
BMHS report cards for grades 9-11 will be mailed today (May 26). Seniors received their final report cards in their graduation packets with their diplomas.  [...click for more]

Posted Friday, May 26, 2017

Summer School credit recovery sessions for Ballard Memorial High School students will begin Monday, June 5, at Ballard County Career and Technical Center. There will be a MANDATORY parent meeting at BCCTC at 8 a.m. that day (June 5), prior to the beginning of classes. Summer school will be held Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to noon, from June 5 to June 29, at BCCTC. 
BCES names new principal

The Ballard County Elementary School site-based decision-making council has named Stephanie M. Wood as its successful candidate for principal.

Wood has been assistant principal at Lone Oak Intermediate School since 2015, and has served as the school’s curriculum specialist since 2014. She began her career as a special education teacher at Reidland Elementary School in 1996, and also taught second, third and fourth grade regular classrooms in her tenure there until 2014.

Wood was offered and accepted the job on May 5; her first full year on the job officially will begin on July 1, 2017.

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Posted Saturday, May 6, 2017

Ballard County Preschool and Head Start has earned the highest possible certification by Kentucky’s Cabinet for Health and Family Services, the Department for Community Based Services, Division of Child Care and the Department of Education. 
BMHS News Team takes first place at state STLP competitionStudents from Ballad Memorial High School were among more than 9,000 students, educators and parents who attended the 10th annual Student Technology Leadership Program state championships, held April 12 at the Lexington Convention Center. The BMHS News team took first place in multimedia content, a competition division in which students use tools to create original learning by combining at least three of the following: animation, audio, design software, images, interactive devices, text, and video. [...click for more]

Posted Monday, April 17, 2017
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