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Beshear Issues New Executive Order for All Schools Trojan

On November 18, the governor announced a new executive order for all schools in the state. As a result, BC students in grades 6-12 will continue distance learning until January 4. According to the order, 6th grade should be included with upper grades even if they attend classes on an elementary campus.  Pre-K through 5th grade students will continue until December 7. If our county is not in the Red Zone, in-person instruction for pre-k through 5th grade can resume on December 7. We must stay out of the Red Zone to conduct in-person instruction. We will continue with our current distance learning plan until further notice. Stay safe!

Daily COVID-19 Report COVID Report

November 24 - We currently have 16 active cases for students and staff.   Please notify your school if your child tests positive or is quarantined.  Stay safe, BC.  
 

Shelly Thomas Named Kentucky RISE Award Nominee RISE AWARD

Shelly Thomas, Barren County High School Family Resource Center Coordinator, has been selected to represent Kentucky for the national 2020 Recognizing Inspirational School Employees (RISE) Award. Click here for the full story:  https://www.kentuckyteacher.org/news/2020/11/harrison-countys-robert-walker-and-barren-countys-shelly-thomas-to-represent-kentucky-for-the-2020-rise-award/

Barren County School District Report Card

The 2019-20 Barren County School District Report Card is available online at https://www.kyschoolreportcard.com/organization/5508

Kentucky continues to offer tools to help parents understand and celebrate the performance of schools.  Visit https://raisethebar.education.ky.gov for more information on the full suite of School Report Card tools available to help inform parents and the communities.  The annual School Report Card allows families and community stakeholders insight into the performance of our schools.  If you need help accessing or viewing your school's report card, please contact the Barren County Central Office at 270-651-3787.

How to Support Your Child's Learning Parent Engagement

The following document offers various ways parents/guardians can support their child's learning.  We know the challenges of learning during a pandemic are very real.  Please reach out to your child's teachers if you need assistance.  Click here to access document.  

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