Bardstown Early Childhood Educator Selected For Kentucky Early Learning Specialist

Photograph of Jennifer M Hagan

Bardstown Early Childhood educator Jennifer Marcum Hagan has been selected by the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) to serve as the early learning specialist for the state.   The early learning specialist is a new position created by the Kentucky Department of Education and the Office of Special Education and Early Learning. The position was made … Read more

Tiger Stadium Brick Sale

Tiger Stadium Personalized Brick Sale Graphic

Bardstown City Schools is now selling personalized bricks at Tiger Stadium! Personalized bricks are a great way to honor the Tiger in your life, memorialize a loved one, give a shout out to your favorite teacher or coach or even celebrate a sports team accomplishment. These commemorative bricks are a perfect gift for alumni and … Read more

BCS Will Continue To Require Masks

A Message from Superintendent Clark Graphic

BCS Families, By now, you may have heard that with the passage of legislation from the General Assembly on Thursday, the decision to wear face-coverings in schools is the responsibility of each school district.  Like all decisions during this pandemic, many factors are considered. The driving force in all decisions is to do all we … Read more

BCS To Administer Universal Assessment of Behavior Health

Behavior Assessment

In our continuing efforts to support the well-being of all our students, we will be conducting a universal assessment of social, emotional & behavioral health. We are looking at behavioral health to support our student’s academic development. The assessment consists of a brief rating scale that is going to be completed by the homeroom or … Read more

A Message from BCS Health Services

When Should I Keep My Child Home BLOG Post

Our goal is to keep as many kids in school as many days as possible and to do this, we need to make sure people aren’t coming to school sick. So please, screen yourself and your students each morning before getting on the bus or coming to school to help us have a successful school … Read more

Bardstown City Schools Awarded $10 Million-Dollar Grant to Upgrade Facilities

BCS Awarded $10 Million-Grant

Bardstown City Schools (BCS) has been awarded a $10 million-dollar grant from the School Facilities Construction Commission to upgrade the district’s career and technical facilities. The grant is part of Governor Andy Beshear’s Better Kentucky Plan to invest $75 million to renovate vocational schools. More than 30 school districts throughout the Commonwealth applied but only … Read more

New Tiger Statue Unveiled

Tiger Statue

The new tiger statue is destined to become a new iconic spot on Bardstown City Schools’ main campus. On Thursday, Aug. 26, we unveiled a tiger statue, located between the Tiger Den and the Tiger Stadium entrance. The statue is just one part of a larger entrance upgrade to Tiger Stadium. Over the summer the concession … Read more

Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic Scheduled for Aug. 31

Healthy Kids Clinic to Host Vaccine Clinic

On Tuesday, August 31st the Healthy Kids Clinic will host a Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic from 12:00 (noon) -5:30 p.m. in the Bardstown High School gymnasium. The clinic will offer the Pfizer vaccine and is open to Bardstown City School staff and students ages 12 and up. Students may receive the vaccine while they are at … Read more

Face Coverings Required Beginning August 11

Face Coverings Required Graphic

BCS Families, This afternoon Governor Beshear announced that all students, teachers, staff and visitors must wear a face covering when indoors in all childcare settings, preschools and K-12 schools beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, August 11 – regardless of vaccination status. BCS schools will begin requiring face coverings tomorrow, Wednesday August 11th and all schools will have … Read more

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