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A Choral Program

Choral groups from the Bourbon County High and Bourbon County Middle School presented a variety of music just before the holidays.  The evening began with the sixth, seventh and eighth grade chorus in the middle school auditorium. The program consisted of "Be Joyful in the Lord", "Feliz Navidad", "So This is Christmas", "Lux Aeterna", " about Three Minutes" and "Mary, Did You Know?" The middle school choral program is under the direction of Sue Ellen Ballard. The high school chorus followed with "Ring Those Christmas Bells", "Everything I Do", "God Rest You Merry Gentlemen", "He Shall Reign Forever "and "Build Me Up Butter Cup". This group is under the direction of Eric Hale.

Cane Ridge Elementary Christmas Program

The Bourbon County High School Gymnasium was full of lots of music and holiday cheer for the Cane Ridge Elementary Christmas Program! Parents, grandparents and friends all gathers to hear the various classes perform their favorate carols. The program began with an introduction from Principal Dana Hill. Te Cane Ridge Elementary Choir were the first to perform with

"Feels Like Christmas", "Peace,Peace", and "Deck The Rooftop".The fifth grade classes sang "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas" followed by the fourth grade class singing "Over The River and Through The Woods". The third grade classes sang "Oh, Beautiful Star Of Bethlehem" and the second grade classes sang "Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers". The first grade sang "Up On The Housetop" and Kindergarten sang "Must Be Santa". The evening concluded with "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" by both students and audience. The program was under the direction of Rhonda Compton, music teacher.

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Instructional Rounds- Bourbon County High School

September 2016

What a wonderful day to observe learning at BCHS!  I can’t tell you enough how proud I am of our high school.  The faculty and staff members have created such a positive, warm, and safe learning environment for all students.  High expectations were seen many times throughout the instructional rounds process.  The student engagement was the greatest I have ever observed.  BCHS educators have done an excellent job with using cell phones in a positive way.  Cell phones were being used as learning tools during our observations.  I appreciate the high expectations and the many different instructional strategies that were being implemented.  I saw lots of student centered learning, high level discussions, and problem solving.  The student behavior at Bourbon County High School is excellent.  We need to invite others in to see what exemplary student behavior and classroom management looks like.  Students were very kind and respectful.  Our teachers and staff members have been great role models for our students.  I wish BCHS the best of luck this year!