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165 Webb Drive   Bowling Green, KY 42101    Phone: 270-746-2270

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Students Dig for Artifacts at PBC

Parker-Bennett-Curry fifth grade students participated in a mock archaeological dig on Wednesday, October 22. Months ago, in preparation for the lesson, PBC teacher Angela McIntyre and Dr. Andrew McMichael of WKU buried several colonial-era “artifacts” including buttons, bones, pottery, etc. on the school grounds. The students discussed Colonial Jamestown and artifacts that might be found there. Then, following basic scientific principles of archaeology, students re-discovered the items that were buried at the school. Click here to view photo gallery.

PBC Principal Selected for Minority Superintendent Internship Program

The Kentucky Department of Education has selected four Kentucky school administrators to participate in the 2014 Minority Superintendent Internship Program (MSIP) including Ms. Cheri Harris Smith, Principal of Parker-Bennett-Curry Elementary. The program promotes inclusion and diversity in the superintendent’s role, as well as the identification of a highly effective and highly qualified leadership workforce.

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Fourth Grade Classes Visit Lost River Cave

The fourth grade classes visited Lost River Cave on October 17.  Students explored the nature trail and discovered blue holes and a waterfall.  On the walking trail, they discovered the butterfly habitat and several historic buildings.  They took the boat ride into the cave and were amazed to be floating on the world's shortest river.  Thanks so Skyla Harden for all the amazing photographs in the photo gallery.

Primary Students Visit Jackson's Orchard

The primary students visited Jackson's Orchard in September and had a wonderful time riding the wagon out to the pumpkin patch and choosing their own pumpkins.  They also played games that were set up and slid down the giant slide.  It was a fun day.  Check out the photo gallery for more pictures.

4th grade students clean up the community Leader In Me

The fourth grade classes at PBC have spent part of their day showing off their leadership skills and community service.  The 3 classes cleaned up the entire school property.  Thanks for being great leaders.

School Computer Lab Hours Extended

School computer labs are open afternoons and evenings for Bowling Green students wishing to complete school work or projects. Students may visit any school lab (not only their home school) and log in using a student username and password. The District's Acceptable Use Policy applies. Primary students must be accompanied by an adult.

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