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Welcome to Boyd County Public Schools. Congratulations Reace McKnight! You kept your focus, and got a FOCUS! Thanks to Bill Cole Automall for donating the car that gave 38 seniors the ability to win it! Congratulations to our Governor's Scholars! Left, Elijah Miller; right, Shelby Willis. The program provides academic and personal growth through the balance of a strong liberal arts program with a full co-curricular and residential life experience. Ms. Kim Smith, far right, Treasurer of the Boyd County Foundation For Children, recognized next year's recipients of BCFFC grants. You can see more photos on the BCFFC Facebook page. Elijah Miller, right, was recognized as being named a 2018 Governor's Scholar, a summer residential program for outstanding high school students in Kentucky who are rising seniors. Shelby Willis was also named a Gov. Scholar but couldn't attend. Haylee Winters, center, and Sydney Winters, left, receive recognition for being named to the Morehead State University's Craft Academy. They will spend their junior and senior years earning college credits at MSU. Mr. Guy Molinary, center, accepts the certificate of recognition for the middle school band's Distinguished Rating at the KMEA Assessment. A BCMS band representative is at right. Ms. Melissa Downey, second from left, applauds her middle school choir representatives as they are recognized for their Distinguished Rating at the KMEA Assessment. Mrs. Annie Johnson, right, accepts a certificate of recognition given to the high school band for receiving a Distinguished rating at both the district and state KMEA assessments. BCHS Band Director is John Johnson. The high school choir was recognized for receiving a Distinguished Rating at the KY Music Educators Association's Assessment. Mr. Bowling, center, accepts a certificate along with a student representative from the choir. Students of Arts and Humanities Department Head Mike Spears painted windows downtown for Braidy's theme "family" for first Friday next week. Students of Arts and Humanities Department Head Mike Spears painted windows downtown for Braidy's theme "family" for first Friday next week. The cast of Alice in Wonderland was comprised of Boyd County Schools' students and was performed at the high school's Alumni Auditorium. Ms. Johnson, standing, second from left, was the director. Gathering data on weather conditions so they can plot a graph, Abby Maynard's students work on Chromebooks purchased with an Area Education Grant. Gathering data on weather conditions so they can plot a graph, Abby Maynard's students work on Chromebooks purchased with an Area Education Grant. Gathering data on weather conditions so they can plot a graph, Abby Maynard's students work on Chromebooks purchased with an Area Education Grant. Gathering data on weather conditions so they can plot a graph, Abby Maynard's students work on Chromebooks purchased with an Area Education Grant. Abbi Borders, center, received a check for $1,000 which will be placed in her KY Ed. Savings Plan Trust account and used for the college of her choice. BCMS Princ. Kim Fitch on left and David Lawhorn from KHEAA on right. The Boyd County Board of Education appointed Mr. William “Bill” Boblett, Jr. as Superintendent of Boyd County Schools.  Join us in congratulating Mr. Boblett.
Middle School students pose with a check for $20,000 from KY Power. It was earned by installing upgrades to lighting and HVAC. Far left, Aaron Shultz. Far right is Kevin Cheek. Next to Kevin is Superintendent Bill Boblett. Ken Borders, Customer Service Engineer from KY Power presents a $20,000 check to Superintendent Bill Boblett. The check was  earned for the upgrades to lighting and HVAC during the remodel of the middle school. Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton, center, visited Catlettsburg Elementary. Far left, Matt Spade, Jeff Frasure. Far right, Kathy Cook and Superintendent Bill Boblett. Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton stops to help a young student pin on a lapel pin. She spoke to an assembly of all of the students. A curious student asks about the Lt. Governor's service in Dessert Storm while she was serving in the Air Force. Catlettsburg 5th graders listen to Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton.

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