Page: 1 of 11
Total Item(s) Found: 65 

NTI Days 12 thru 27  
Additional NTI packets coming soon!!!!  [ for more]

Posted Monday, March 30, 2020

Possible Spring Break Changes 
Like many of you, we take stock every day about our evolving situation in this unusual time. We try and keep the needs of our students, families, staff, and community at the center of all of our decisions. With that in mind, Ballard County Schools will continue NTI instruction and meal deliveries during the days originally scheduled for spring break (April 6-10). This change will mean that the school year will end on May 8, instead of May 15. (The new end date for Ballard County Preschool is April 30.)  [ for more]

Posted Thursday, March 26, 2020

Additional Packets were delivered today for weeks 2 and 3.  
We're going to provide a running list of updates here as receive them (most recent first). As more details emerge, we'll post full stories, also.
9. Feeding program will begin Tuesday with home deliveries of breakfast, lunch, and snack items. (See details in another post.)
8. Parents and students should hear from their teachers by lunchtime Monday with details of the new Non-Traditional Instruction plan. (See details in another post.)
7. Sixth- and seventh-grade parents: See the BCMS page ( for Remind codes for Jeanna Staples' classes.
6. KHSAA has declared an emergency dead period for all sports, beginning today and extending at least through April 12. There will be no games/matches/meets, and no practices. (See details in another post.)
5. If you are looking for childcare, please contact Family Focus Director Kelly Wray to discuss options - 270-665-8400, ext. 2026. 
4. School nurses will be available to see school-aged children beginning at 8 a.m. Monday (March 16). Parents/guardians MUST call ahead to speak to a nurse first, and make an appointment - 270-665-8400, ext. 2020. 
3. BCMS and BMHS also will allow students to check out up to 3 library books during their 10 a.m.-2 p.m. opening today.
2. Food service personnel are meeting this morning to work out details of a feeding program. We will have information before/by close of business today on times, locations, deliveries, etc. 
1. Ballard County Elementary, Middle and Ballard Memorial High schools will allow students and parents to come by between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. today (Friday) to retrieve belongings and materials they may need.

 [ for more]

Posted Friday, March 13, 2020
Filtering Options

Select Building
Text Search
Keyword / Phrase
Date Range
Start Date
End Date
Display Mode