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Community Safety Survey

Barren County School District Students, Staff, Parents and Community Stakeholders -

Our hearts and thoughts continue to be with families, students, and staff who have been impacted by the recent school tragedies in Marshall County and Parkland, Florida.   Like all communities, we are concerned about threats in our community and our schools.  Our approach to school safety is centered around prevention and the efficiency of our response to an emergency situation.  The survey below is focused on additional preventative measures we are considering to implement this school year.  In response to hearing your ideas and thoughts, the Barren County School District is conducting a survey to engage the community stakeholders in dialogue about any additional safety measures or procedures that will make our students and staff feel more comfortable in our schools.  Thank you for lending your voice.  We appreciate your prayers and continued support as we strive to improve as a district.  The link below will take you to the survey.  The data will be immediately tabulated for our use. 

Sincerely,  Bo Matthews

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State Jr & Sr Beta Results

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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.

Barren County CTSO Week, January 29-February 2 CTSO

Glasgow Mayor Dick Doty, Fiscal Court Clerk/Finance Officer Sherry Jones and BCHS senior and intern Mattea Wyatt, both representing Barren County Judge Executive Michael Hale’s Office, proclaims Barren County Career and Technical Student Organization Week January 29 through February 2, 2018. Those present for the signing of the Proclamation are Barren County High School students serving as officers in FFA, FCCLA, HOSA, SkillsUSA, FBLA and BCHS LIVE!. These are CTSOs offered through programs at BCHS and BCATC.

Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) enhance student learning through contextual instruction, leadership and personal development, applied learning and real world application. CTSOs work as an integral component of the classroom curriculum and instruction, building upon employability and career skills and concepts through the application and engagement of students in hands-on demonstrations and real life and/or work experiences through a Career and Technical Education (CTE) program. CTSO’s help guide students in developing a career path, a program of study and provide opportunities in gaining the skills and abilities needed to be successful in those careers through CTSO activities, programs and competitive events. In addition, students have opportunities to hold leadership positions at the local, state, and national level and attend leadership development conferences to network with other students as well as business and industry partners.

2018 Barren County Youth & Sports League Registration Begins (Ages 5-18 Year Old) Baseball Little League Image

Barren County Schools has once again partnered with the Barren County Parks & Recreation Department to offer summer baseball & softball leagues. 2018 Spring baseball/softball registration begins February 13th.  There is an online registration available this year.

  • You can register your child for the program by creating an account by clicking here
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