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BCMS Academic Team Wins the 2024 KAAC Governor’s Cup District Championship
Susan Taylor

Congratulations to our Boyle County Middle School Academic Team for winning the 2024 KAAC Governor’s Cup District Championship!

This is our 4th Governor’s Cup District Championship in a row. Our Future Problem Solving team was named District Champions for the 6th year in a row! The FPS team includes Lela Bradshaw, Frances Chatham, Brady Elliott, and Hagan Elliott

Math

Charlotte Rodocker - District Champion

Harrison Kilty - 2nd place

Miriam Heath - 4th place

Science

Lela Bradshaw - District Champ

Ethan Ren - 4th place

Charlotte Rodocker - 5th place

Social Studies

Alex Godbey - District Champ

Hagan Elliott - 4th place

Language Arts

Mason Ball - District Champ (tied)

Warner Wiles - District Champ (tied)

Arts & Humanities

Frances Chatham - 2nd place

Luke Lamar - 4th place

Written Composition

Kordelia Delfino - 3rd Place

Kennedy Helm - 4th place

These students will advance to the Region competition in February.

Congratulations to all students who participated and play a key role in supporting our team!

Susan Taylor

The Boyle County Board of Education approved the 2024-2025 Calendar during the December board meeting. 

Key Dates:

08/14: First Day of School

10/07-10/11: Fall Break

12/20- 01/03: Winter Break

03/31-04/04: Spring Break

05/22: Last Day of School

Full Calendar: 2024-25 Boyle County Calendar

Boyle KSA 2022 Results
Susan Taylor

Danville, KY October 18, 2022– Today, statewide scores were released for the Kentucky Summative Assessment (KSA). This year, the state has categorized progress status levels as very high (blue), high (green), medium (yellow), very low (orange) and  low (red). The overall ratings put Boyle County as one of the highest achieving districts in the state.

Danville, KY October 18, 2022– Today, statewide scores were released for the Kentucky Summative Assessment (KSA). This year, the state has categorized progress status levels as very high (blue), high (green), medium (yellow), very low (orange) and  low (red). The overall ratings put Boyle County as one of the highest achieving districts in the state.

The effects of the pandemic on K–12 student learning has been significant nationwide.  Teachers and administrators in Boyle County quickly recognized that waiting to implement interventions was not an option.  As a result, Boyle County created the Academic Recovery Grant (ARG). Introduced prior to the 2021-22 school year, the grant was used to target gaps and get students back on track in Reading and Math. Schools used the resources provided in the grant for additional support staff, extended school opportunities and summer programming. Funding was provided with monies allocated by congress through the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER). While there was great flexibility in how these funds could be used, Boyle County chose to utilize the funds where the biggest impact would be felt: The students.   For the current school year, the ARG was authorized by the school board to continue prescribed interventions to maximize achievement for all students.

 

“We are not letting off the gas,”  says Superintendent Mike LaFavers, “even as we are seeing improvements, we will continue to push forward for every child as is our tradition.” 


Additional information for Boyle and all districts in Kentucky can be found here: https://www.kyschoolreportcard.com/

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