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FCCLA Chapter Wins National Families First Project Award FCCLA Wins National Families First Project Award

Bourbon County High School, Paris, Kentucky was selected to receive the 2017 National Runner Up Families First Award, sponsored by Family Career and Community Leards of America (FCCLA).

Families First is a peer education program, created by FCCLA, designed to teach students how family relationships improve through communication, respect, cooperation and sharing, coping with challenges, and taking responsibility for decisions. As the national Runner Up, the Bourbon County High School FCCLA chapter will receive a $500 award, presented at the 2017 FCCLA National Leadership Conference, July 2 - 6 in Nashvile, TN.  The Bourbon County Chapter was the only chapter in Kentucky to receive this honor. 

The Chapter officers and members dedicated their time throughout the school year to supervise and take care of the childcare for mothly MOPS meetings at Bedford Acres Christian Church in Paris, KY. The members and officers planned activities, carried out activities, fed the children dinner, and took care of all the needs of the children. This was a Practice in Parenting for the students. The Culinary program has also be recognized as a Program of Distinction. They are now eligible to be an Elite Top 50 program in the nation for Culinary. This is the 3rd year they have been nominated. 

Preschool & Head Start Learn Fire Safety Preschool Fire and Pedestrian Safety

Bourbon County Preschool Head Start held their first Parent Workshop of the school year and the topic was Fire and Pedestrian Safety. Members of the Bourbon County Fire Department came and talked to the parents about fire safety in their homes. The parent and their Childern were able to tour the fire truck and learn how the equipment on the trucks are used. Thank you Bourbon County Fire Department for being a great community partner!

Bourbon County Hires New Principal Kerrie Katz

Bourbon County Superintendent, Amy Baker announced the hiring of Kerrie M. Katz as the new Bourbon County High School Principal.  Katz received her Bachelor of Science from Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, and Missouri with a concentration in Sports Management, a Master of Science in Education concentrating in Special Education from Missouri State University and her Specialist in Education Administration and Superintendency also from Southwest Baptist University. She began her career as a Special Education teacher at Bolivar High School and moved on to the position of Special Education Process Coordinator.  Katz spent 9 months working for the Department of Defense Education Agency in Ryukyu Middle School in Okinawa, Japan. Upon her return to the states she has held several positions in Scott County Schools including Special Education Teacher, Dean of Students/BAC, Assistant Principal and Interim Principal. Ms. Katz states that she is looking forward to serving the students and staff members in Bourbon County.

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