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Welcome to Boyd County Public Schools. Boyd County Lions win against Ashland to clinch the 64th District Champions title for the fourth year in a row. GO LIONS! Dr. Patricia Parker-Perry, center, from the Sandy Hook Promise project, gives examples to her student volunteers as to how easy it really is to "Start With Hello." Mrs. Baldwin, at center, is shown here receiving the Kentucky Department of Education's Presidential Award at the KEDC meeting on February 15th, 2017. To her left is BCHS Principal Thomas Holbrook and to her right is BCPS Superintendent Brock Walter. Winners in the Physics and Astronomy category proudly hold their certificates. Second from left is Boyd County Middle student Brayden Ryan. Next to him BCMS student Michael Potter. They both won 2nd place in the category. Winners in the ACTC/FIVCO Science and Engineering Fair. At left, Boyd County's Abby Christian and Sarah Kinnel hold their 3rd place certificates. Sixth graders who participated in the ACTC/FICO Science and Engineering Fair. Sixth graders Sydney Kinnel and Abby Christian  earned 3rd place at the ACTC/FIVCO Science Fair. Michael Potter and Brayden Ryan, both 6th graders, won 2nd place with their Science and Engineering project at the ACTC/FIVCO Science Fair. Their project was called The Bed of Nails. The Boy's All-Area Soccer Team members were recognized by the Board of Education at the January meeting. Pictured, left to right;  Logan Price - Coach, Ludvig Jaderberg, Payton Marcum, Zach McConnell, Logan Suttles, Matthew Ferguson and Tanner Evans. The team set a school record of the most wins in a season. Payton Marcum was selected as the Player of the Year. Both Payton and Tanner Evans have been chosen for the All-Area team two years in a row. Also recognized at the January BOE meeting was freshman Olivia Hensley who was named the All-Area Girl's Golf Player of the Year. She is pictured here with her coach, and dad, Scott Hensley. She was also named the KYGC Player of the Year. The All-Area Cross Country Team members were recognized at the January BOE meeting. Pictured, left to right:  Becca Chaney - Coach, Eric Sparks, Elijah Miller, Isaac Slone and Ray Humphrey. Elijah Miller (third from left)  was named Runner of the Year for the second year in a row. The January Fred of the Month Nominee was Ricky Corey, volunteer for Cannonsburg Elementary and BCMS. The January Fred of the Month Award was shared by the Coordinators and staff of the Family Resource and Youth Services Centers. Pictured, left to right are Jenny Caperton (FRC-East), Ruth Ellen Chaney (FRC-West), and Vickie Caniff (YSC at BCMS and BCHS). Superintendent Brock Walter is pictured far right. Also recognized, but not present, was FRC-East assistant Helen Bocook. Congratulations to our girls, 2nd place, and boys, 3rd place, swim team finishes in the Johnson County Aqua Eagle Invitational held on January 21st. Ms. Deatherage's class enjoying pizza for having 5 straight days of perfect attendance as a class. New football coach, David Manning, speaks with BCMS students interested in the program. Pep band members add excitement to the games. Boyd County Swim Team. Sparkle Effect team! Commissioner Pruitt recognizes Boyd County Schools for their commitment to Teacher Leadership.

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BCPS will be closed Monday, February 27, to give additional time for sick students to recover. Staff will need to report.


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