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Summer school credit recovery sessions for students at Ballard Memorial High School will begin Monday, June 4, and tentatively will end on Thursday, June 28. Summer school will run Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. There will be a mandatory parent meeting prior to the beginning of classes at 8 a.m. on Monday, June 4.  
Ballard Memorial High School held its Awards Day program on May 11, honoring student achievements and those students who strived for excellence in and out of the classroom. Student council president Lindsey Miller served as the master of ceremonies. [ for more]

Posted Monday, May 14, 2018

       For the fourth 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 2018-19, under the U.S. Department of Agriculture‚Äôs Community Eligibility Provision, according to Ballard Food Service Director Amber Hayes. 

Ballard County schools have set dates for their end-of-year activities. Preschool graduation is May 11; fifth-grade promotion, eighth-grade promotion and high-school graduation all are scheduled for May 18. For more information, please click the link below. [ for more]

Posted Thursday, April 19, 2018

With a flip of the calendar and a dip in the thermometer, administrators at Ballard County Schools are discussing plans for any bad weather this winter.

As soon as a decision to close or delay school is made, the district has several pathways for letting parents and the public know, Superintendent Casey Allen said. The district always advises local media outlets of any schedule changes. Banners are placed on this webpage as soon as possible. Parents also are welcome to check the Ballard County Schools page on Facebook, WPSD Local 6 or KFVS 12 on television; WKYQ-FM (93.3)/WDDJ (96.9), their related websites, and/or for any delays, closings or dismissals.

A recent amendment to Kentucky state law regarding required student immunizations schedules will go into effect for the 2018-19 school year. However, to meet the new requirements, most students likely will need to receive the first new immunization before January 2018.

"Our district just received these new regulations, and we are trying to get a head-start in the process," said Ballard Director of Pupil Personnel Bob Wilson. The district will offer a clinic on Dec. 11 to help with this effort (please click to see more ).

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Posted Wednesday, November 29, 2017
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