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There are numerous options for families trying to feed their children this summer. The newest is the P-EBT card (see attached flyer), which begins June 1. All PK-12 students at Ballard County Schools are eligible for this program. 
Members of the Ballard Memorial High School Class of 2015 have until June 15 to pick up permanent records before they are destroyed.

Class members may call BMHS at 270-665-8400 or email BMHS Guidance Counselor Renee' McDermott at or Brenda Arington at to schedule a pick up time or to hold the folder. 

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Posted Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Ballard Memorial High School honored its outstanding students in an online ceremony on May 13. Guidance counselor Renee’ McDermott addressed the graduates: "Three words I think of while staring into an empty gym where you should be sitting are unstoppable, unbreakable, and undefinable. Unstoppable – You make your dreams come true, and don’t let anyone stop you or stand in your way. Unbreakable – You have been through what graduating classes before you have not, and you rose to the occasion. Undefinable – You are made for great things. Let your resilience and character define you." 
A complete list of scholarship and award winners may be found by clicking below. 
Ballard Memorial High School observed its 68th commencement exercises on May 15 via an online ceremony. Students had come to the gymnasium at 3561 Paducah Road on May 12 and 13 to film their segments for the video, which may be seen here. The Class of 2020 ended with 71 graduates.

The valedictorians were Colby Dome' and Anna Thompson. Salutatorian was Peyton Lehmann. There were eight additional honor graduates: Cohen Adams, Dallas Butrum, Slade Donner, Kolbi Drummond, Faye O'Brien, Zoie Overby, Parker Rathman, and Ryan Rehkemper. 

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Posted Monday, May 18, 2020

Due to rain in the forecast and the Senior Parade, we are moving the locations and time of meals tomorrow. To stay dry, we'll move to the farmers' markets in both LaCenter and Wickliffe. We will start serving at noon and end at 2 p.m. in both locations.

Remember, there will be hot meals for children ages 18 and under, and a weeks' worth of groceries per child at both locations. Families also can sign up for the summer feeding program, which will offer weekly distributions from March 29-Aug. 14.

You also can sign up by clicking the link here.

The regular monthly meeting of the Ballard County Board of Education will be held Monday, May 18, at 6 p.m. This board meeting will be conducted electronically in keeping with recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The public may access the link to observe the meeting here.

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Posted Thursday, May 14, 2020
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