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The Ballard Football Boosters are offering stainless steel memorial plaques to family members or friends for loved ones who were part of the Ballard Memorial High School football program and who have passed away.
These 2 ½x8-inch plaques of brushed stainless steel will be engraved with the names, graduating class and jersey number (if applicable) for former high school football players, cheerleaders, coaches or boosters, and filled with black enamel. Deadline for order this year is Monday, Aug. 3.
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Posted Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Faculty and staff members retiring from Ballard County Schools at the end of the 2014-15 school year represent over 150 years of experience. Shown from left in the first photo are Ballard Memorial High School family and consumer science teacher Jo Ann Cooksey with 27 years, and BMHS social studies teacher Steve Quertermous with 15 years.  [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Ballard County Schools has named David Meinschein as its successful candidate for assistant superintendent of instructional programs.
Meinschein has served as principal at Ballard Memorial High School since July 2011. In his four years here, BMHS rose from being designated “Needs Improvement” to a “Distinguished” school by the Kentucky Department of Education, with additional designations as High Progress and High Performing.
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Posted Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Ballard Memorial High School student Staci Henderson has been accepted to the Columbia University Summer Program for High School Students, and will reside on the school’s New York City campus from June 28-July 18. [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Ballard Memorial High School senior Dre’ Bledsoe signed to play football for Kentucky Christian University in Grayson last week at BMHS. Bledsoe (seated, center) is shown here from left with his mother Raina Bledsoe and father Letoun Bledsoe.  [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Ballard Memorial High School student Holly Doom has been selected for this year’s Commonwealth Honors Academy at Murray State University. The three-week academic, social and personal growth program will be held June 6-27 on the MSU campus with outstanding students chosen from the surrounding region.
Students will take an interdisciplinary humanities course and two elective courses to receive six hours of university credit.
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Posted Tuesday, June 9, 2015
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