Bourbon County Schools is currently hiring for SUBSTITUTES:

Bourbon County Schools is currently hiring for SUBSTITUTES:

Teachers (Requirements: Teaching Certificate; 64 or more college hours and    minimum 2.4 GPA)

Teacher Aides (64 college hours or Paraprofessional Test),

Bus Monitors, Bus Drivers (CDL or will train),


Graduation for 199 Bourbon Seniors

The graduating class of 2016 made their final entrance into Bourbon County High School as students Friday Evening, May 27th for the Commencement Program. The class met at the middle school gym for individual photos and a class photo before proceding to the Bourbon County High School Gymnasium. The Concert Band played "Pomp and Circumstance" as the Senior Class marched into the gymnasium. David Horseman, Principal, gave the Welcome followed by The Pledge of Allegiance led by Jalin Mills, Senior Class Treasurer. The Concert Band then played the National Anthem. Emily Hedges, Senior Class Secretary, gave the Invocation with the Introduction of Platform Guest by Elizabeth Sargent, Senior Class Public Relations Director. The Commencement Address was given by Benjamin Johnson, Valedictorian. The Special Music for the evening was "Humble and Kind" sang by Hollie Doyle, Jennifer Garza, Evelen Kizer and Jalin Mills. This years Teacher of the Year, selected by this class of 2016 was Leeann Frank-elementary, Carl Willoughby-middle and Sara Wells-high school. The presentations were given by Morgan Martin, Salutatiorian. Graduates who wore additional honor recognations with their robes were recognized by Alexander Odger, Senior Class Vice-President. Amy Baker, Superintendent of Bourbon County Schools, presented Diplomas as Brian Hodge, Assistant Principal read the graduates names. The Benediction was given by Jacob Eads, Senior Class President followed the Recessional, played by the Concert Band. Graduates, family and friends gathered on the football field for photographs and fellowship.

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The Little Mermaid

Those who attended the North Middletown Elementary Dinner Theatre had a great evening.  Not only were they served a nice meal, but also saw the play, " The Little Mermaid" by the 4th and 5th grade students.  The staging and costumes were an array of color.  The story line of the play was  a mermaid princess who  makes a Faustian bargain with an unscrupulous sea-witch in order to meet a human prince on land.

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According to state law 704:KAR 7:160, use of restraint and seclusion in Bourbon County Schools is defined in board policy 09.2212. To view this policy click here.

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