Dr. John Eveland Named Principal of Bardstown Primary School

Dr. John Eveland has been selected as principal of Bardstown Primary School. The Bardstown Primary School Site-Based Decision Making Council unanimously voted to hire Eveland as principal at their June 13th special called meeting at the central office.  “The BPS SBDM Council and I were very fortunate to have several qualified candidates for this position, … Read more

Summer Nutrition Program Starts June 3

Summer Nutrition Program starts June 3

The Summer Nutrition Program at Bardstown City Schools is back! Starting June 3, free meals are available to children under the age of 18. Children do not have to be enrolled at Bardstown City Schools to receive a meal. Summer Feeding is open to all children in the community. Our Summer Nutrition Program will kick … Read more

Annual Update for Returning Families

Graphic Promoting Annual Update Blog Post

In preparation for the 2022-2023 school year, returning families will need to complete the online Annual Update each year for their current BCS students. This important, online process will allow parents to update student information including medical conditions and electronically sign beginning of year paperwork like The Healthy Kids Clinic registration form.  If your family … Read more

BCS Approves Change To Start Time for K-5 Grade Students

Board of Education Approves Change to Start Time for K-5 Grade Students

The school day schedule will look a bit different for students in grade K-5 when the new Bardstown Elementary School opens this fall. After a year-long evaluation Bardstown City Schools has approved a proposal to start the primary and elementary school day by 15 minutes earlier. Beginning the 2022-2023 school year, Bardstown Primary and Bardstown … Read more

Walk To School Event Set for May 4

Walk to School Promotional Graphic

The Bardstown City Schools Coordinated School Health Council is sponsoring our annual walk to school event, “Steps to Success” on Wednesday May 4, 2022 for all students in grades 3-8. This event is to promote increased physical activity and kick-off our spring assessment season. Students can be dropped off by their school bus or their … Read more

Bardstown City Schools Commissions its own Special Law Enforcement Department and Hires its First Officer 

Andrew Riley stands in front of the Bardstown High School gymnasium

Officer Andrew Riley has been named the School Resource Officer for Bardstown City Schools. Earlier this month Bardstown City Schools’ application to create a special law enforcement office was approved by the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council.  The district will now fully employ the School Resource Officer and be responsible for providing the resources a law … Read more

Students Explore Food Industry Through Local Internship

Omar and Kadence stand in the kitchen

Story written by Kyndal Ganoe, Communications Intern with Bardstown City Schools. Through Bardstown City Schools’ Path2Pro program high school students can earn course credit while exploring different career paths. Seniors Omar Dizdar and Kadence Walls spend part of their school day interning at Bloomfield Farms. Omar dove into the business classes at Bardstown High School. … Read more

BCS to offer spring enrichment classes

Graphic to promote spring enrichment classes

Bardstown City Schools enrichment classes will be held on Monday, APRIL 4 and Tuesday, APRIL 5 from 8:30am – 3:00pm. All enrichment class forms must be turned in to your child’s school office by MONDAY, March 14 Classes will be filled in the order in which registration forms are received. Please do not wait to … Read more

Masks No Longer Required On Buses

Graphic of tiger in front of school bus without a mask

Masks are no longer required to be worn on school buses, per the updated CDC order. On Friday, February 25th, the CDC updated their public transit health order removing the mandate for mask wearing on buses or vans operated by private and public school systems.  Beginning tomorrow, March 2nd, masks will no longer be required … Read more

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