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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.

 
Ballard County Adult Education now is offering GED classes at the Barlow City Library on Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m. The library is located in the City Hall Annex (old City Hall), behind the City Hall building at 139 N. Fourth St., Barlow. [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, February 28, 2017
BCES receives donation from Wickliffe Masonic Lodge
Wickliffe Masonic Lodge members Harry Ashcraft (left) and John Horn are shown here with Ballard County Elementary School Assistant Principal Angie Woods as the men delivered bicycles and helmets from the lodge. 
Student Council officers, members, named for 2016-17Ballard County Elementary School recently announced its Student Council officers for 2016-17. Shown from left are President Boden Lovelace, Vice President Lance Scott, Secretary Kori Martin, and Treasurer Tyler Chandler. [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Leaders of the Month announced for August
At the beginning of each month, teachers will focus on a particular leadership characteristic and identify students who have displayed that trait exceptionally well during the previous month. On the last day of each month, the students are recognized at an assembly.  

For the third year, students at all Ballard County schools will be eligible to eat breakfast and lunch for free. Morning and midday meals for all Ballard County Schools students again will be free in 2016-17, under the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Community Eligibility Provision, according to Ballard Food Service Director Amber Hayes.

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Posted Monday, August 1, 2016
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