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Summer Feeding Program

Looking for Summer Feeding Sites - Free breakfast and lunch available for children 18 and under.  Click below for more infomation.

http://www.barren.kyschools.us/content/lunchmoney

BC Reads and Feed Bus

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BC Youth Sports Camps forms and schedules are now posted. Click here to see the schedule and download forms. 

Barren County Opens Recruitment for Interapt Skills Training

Barren County Schools is now recruiting students and adults to enter an app development training program in partnership with Interapt Skills. If you are interested in finding out more information, please watch this introductory video, complete the interest survey, and see the information flyer below.  We will follow-up!   For additional questions, you may email justin.browning@barren.kyschools.us.  

Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3JpFQqy7t4

Survey:

https://goo.gl/forms/9vQvdIPRrIMxdyw93

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Free Book Give-Away

The Central Region Migrant Program is once again proud to host a community book give-away.  Please click on this news story to learn more about the book giveaway, location and hours.   

This week's hours (May 14-18) will be:
Monday-Friday (8:00-6:00)
The calendar will updated with hours on a regular basis - so please check before you come.  Thanks & happy reading...
Barren County FBLA Celebrates FBLA Week BC FBLA

Glasgow Mayor Dick Doty, Fiscal Court Clerk/Finance Officer Sherry Jones and BCHS senior intern Mattea Wyatt, both representing Barren County Judge Executive Michael Hale’s Office, proclaimed Barren County Future Business Leader of America Week in Glasgow and Barren County the week of February 5-9, 2018 Those present for the signing of the Proclamation are Barren County FBLA members serving as officers. Left to Right: First Row: Barren County Fiscal Court Clerk Sherry Jones, BCHS senior and intern Mattea Wyatt, Mayor Dick Doty. Second Row: Marlie Shirley, Breanna Childress, Jared Tunks, and Laurel Mayes. Third Row: Taylor Graves, Quincy Ford, and Brianna Shirley.

 

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda is a nonprofit educational organization whose first chapter was established in Johnson City, Tennessee, in 1942. This organization has grown now to encompass over 250,000 members and advisers nationwide in middle schools, high schools, colleges, universities, career and technical schools, and private business schools. FBLA-PBL is a professional business organization dedicated to bringing business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. Members perform community service activities and strive to build a student’s understanding of the realities of the modern business world. FBLA teaches high school students basic business and leadership principles; and PBL helps university, college, technical, and business school students to make the transition from school to work.

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