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Ballard Memorial High School Principal Leslee Davis has been named the new director of pupil personnel for Ballard County Schools. She will begin her new job on July 1, replacing the retiring Bob Wilson, who had been DPP for the district for 17 years.
Her duties will include oversight of student attendance and code of behavior, school safety, the district calendar, and working with homeschool families. She also will work with school nurses and Family Resource and Youth Service Center directors.
Burnley selected for Commonwealth Honors Academy
Ballard Memorial High School junior Wendy Burnley has been selected for the Commonwealth Honors Academy at Murray State University. The three-week residential academic enrichment program for outstanding rising seniors will be held on campus June 5-26. Students were chosen not only from Kentucky, but also from surrounding states.
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Posted Friday, April 30, 2021
Miller chosen for Governor's Scholars Program
Ballard Memorial High School junior Jake Miller is the latest in a long line in his family to be selected for the Governor’s Scholars Program. His father, aunt, and three cousins also were GSP participants. This year, over 2,000 applications were submitted, from which approximately 1,000 students will attend on one of three Kentucky college campuses.
Senate Bill 128, allowing Kentucky students in grades K-12 to retake their 2020-21 school year as a “Supplemental School Year,” was passed into law this year. If parents want their students to participate, they must inform their district no later than Saturday, May 1. Completing the linked survey will be your way of telling Ballard County Schools that you are interested in your student re-taking his/her current school year.
This Supplemental Year is designed for to students to regain academic loss as a result of changes in the school year due to measures in place concerning COVID. As such, we ask you to consider these things:
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Posted Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Spring sports at Ballard County Schools move into full swing this week. We want everyone to come out and support our Bombers, so here are a couple of reminders to make the experience safe and enjoyable for all:
BMHS is hosting a ninth grade orientation meeting for 2021-22 freshmen and their parents/guardians on Thursday, March 25, at 6:30 p.m. in the high school gym at 3561 Paducah Road, Barlow. 
Meeting topics will include requirements for graduation and diploma options. Administrators also will share course offerings to help students choose a career path and available electives. Students are asked to bring their Chromebooks to the meeting. Most information will be completed electronically.
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Posted Wednesday, March 17, 2021
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