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The Parent/Student Portal apps have been updated! student

The Parent/Student Portal apps have been updated! Please be sure and visit Google Play or the Apple Store for the new app. There are two separate apps now--one called Campus Student and the other is Campus Parent. The old IC Portal app will be discontinued soon. Check them out!

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Shelton Potter Wins 1st in the WKU Chinese Bridge Culture Quiz

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CSIP Plans Released for Public Feedback

As part of the annual Comprehensive Improvement Planning cycle for schools and districts, the Barren County School District has published a draft copy of the District Comprehensive Improvement Plan.  To review the draft plan please access at this link- click here

Please provide input to the district directors for the district plan by using this link

Thank you for your time and feedback.

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Michael Hale Barren County Judge Executive Michael Hale with Park City Beta Members

Barren County Judge Excutive and former Park City School student, Michael Hale, spoke with Park City Beta members about leadership.  He discussed various aspect of being a leader and wished members good luck at the upcoming Kentucky State Beta Convention.  Mr. Hale graciously donated $100 to our club to help with expenses for convention.  Beta members will be attending convention and competing in several different areas January 31-February 2nd.  

2018-19 Barren County Non-Traditional Instruction Days - iLearn@home iLearn@home logo

We are pleased to announce that Barren County is approved for 2018-19 school year to continue the Non-Traditional Instruction Plan known as iLearn@home.  The Barren County School District will join over 83 other school districts to look at instruction on snow days (or other days school would not be in session) differently.

The Barren County School District will be utilizing FIVE weather related closing days as iLearn@home days but, at the discretion of the superintendent and district leadership, there will not be more than 3 days the same week.  Schools are preparing now for Dec 1st - as this is the date that all schools will be ready to implement should weather require us to use these days.  Be looking for information from our schools for students and parents so they will know what to expect if weather dictates a closing in the coming weeks.  Read more about it the state approved waiver here.

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