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

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February Students-of-the Month Announced

These students were recognized at morning assembly on Friday, February 27, for their academic and leadership skills:  Ra'Maun N., Ali D., Abby T., Javier L., Wulian C., Christian G., Maria D., Faysal Y., Jacob F., Stella S., Makayla D., Walter M., Rhyalee L., Stephanie H., and Maryan M.  Congratulations to these students.

PBC Teacher-of-the-Year

Congratulations to Tania Doolin for being selected at the PBC Teacher-of-the-Year.  A WKU graduate, Mrs. Doolin began her teaching career 15 years ago teaching kindergarten at L.C. Curry.  She is currently teaching math to the students in her K-2 cluster.  In 2008 she and two other teachers piloted the CHILD program and received an award that school year for the most successful cluster in the state of Kentucky.  She has also received the Beyond the Call award before for her many efforts towards making her students successful.  Mrs. Doolin serves on the leadership team, site-based council, and many school committees.  Her classroom is a fantastic place to be!

Future Purples Save the Dates!

Kindergarten and Preschool Pre-Registration for 2015-2016 will be held March 30 - April 3, 2015 in all five Bowling Green elementary schools. Kindergarten students must be 5 years old by October 1 to enroll.

  • Click here for kindergarten enrollment requirements and documents that, unless otherwise noted, should be on file at the child's school by August 5, 2015.
  • Click here to learn more about preschool eligibility for three and four year old students and enrollment requirements.

PBC Students Raise Money For students in Uganda

PBC students and teachers participated in a district-wide fundraiser to support two students who go to school in Musima, Uganda, where it costs $384 to attend school for a year.  On Monday, February 2, students and teachers had the opportunity to donate a dollar and wear their pajamas all day.  Mrs. Sarah Klodt's room raised $67, the highest total in the school.  PBC was able to donate a total of $137.35.

January Students-of-the-Month Recognized

January's Students-of-the-Month were recongized on Friday, January 30.   They include Ladian B., Kasandra S., Damentrez H., Mateo H., Kaylee H., Alondra E., Loida V., Isaiah M., Rebecca H., Gavin J., Jordan B., Israel Y., Emily C., Yereni B., Alan C., Robert C., Zahra A., Tiery I. and Destiny P.   Students were nominated by their teachers for their excellent work, behavior, and leadership skills.  Congratulations to these students.

Winter Reading Contest Winners Recognized

Students who won the library's winter reading challenge were recognized at morning assembly on January 30.  They each read four books between winter break and the end of January to win a free book.  The winners were Jataya S., Rihanna S., Khadija H., and Tamiah W.  The runner-up was Amina H.  Congratulations to these good readers.

Fourth Grade Essay Winners Announced

Fourth grade writing teacher Kandy Fear recently announced the winners of the fourth grade essay contest.  Fatima H. won for her essay about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Casandra G. won for her essay, "What Life Will Be Like a Hundred Years From Now," and Alondra E. took first place with her essay about an original invention.  Congratulations to these young writers.

100th Day of School Brings Excitement

PBC students celebrated the 100th day of school on Friday, January 23 with a variety of games, contests, and lessons.  Students started the day by trying their hand at some activities in the gym in the morning that challenged them to do a 100 of things like dribbling a basketball, hula hooping, jumping rope, running, and counting.  Students could also participate in a contest to guess which jar on display had exactly 100 items in it.  Winners were selected from the students with the correct guess.  In the classroom students read stories, made special hats and glasses, and shared collections of 100 items.

BGISD Non-Resident Application

The Bowling Green Independent School District (“BGISD”) and the Warren County School District (“WCSD”) approved a 15-year nonresident student agreement in December 2014, which will remain in effect until June 30, 2030.

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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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