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First Day for K-12 Students: August 5, 2021
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Building on a tradition of excellence, Bowling Green Schools lead the way in education for all.

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Recommendations and Procedures: Opening 2021

Bowling Green Independent Schools intend to provide all students in-person school five days per week for the upcoming year, which begins August 5, 2021. School officials will continue to monitor both the level of community transmission of COVID-19, as well as vaccination coverage, and will adapt operations and requirements as necessary. 

  • Currently, 39.7% of Warren County residents are vaccinated, 48.2% of those 18 and over.

  • Warren County has a COVID incidence rate, or daily cases per 100K population of 30.7 (July 30, 2021).

2021-2022 Online Registration

Parents and guardians may log on to the Infinite Campus Portal to complete Online Registration for the 2021-2022 school year. Registration is required annually to verify or update contact information, and review and sign district forms and releases. One application per household should be submitted before the first day of school on August 5, 2021. 

Families with students new to the district should contact their school for assistance. Parents and guardians of returning students may log in to Infinite Campus to begin. For help or to reset a password, email: bgparentportalhelp@bgreen.kyschools.us.

2021-2022 Back-to-School Events Schedule

All Bowling Green City Schools are making plans to welcome students and families back to school for the 2021-2022 year. Events begin the last week of July, including Readifest, a districtwide celebration to be held from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. on the campus of Parker-Bennett-Curry Elementary at 165 Webb Drive. 

FIRST DAY FOR K-12 STUDENTS: AUGUST 5, 2021
FIRST DAY FOR PURPLE SCHEDULE PRESCHOOL: AUGUST 16 | FIRST DAY FOR GOLD SCHEDULE PRESCHOOL: AUGUST 17

Now Accepting Nominations for the BGHS Hall of Honor

The Bowling Green High School Hall of Honor was established in 1992 to recognize outstanding character, achievements, and contributions of BGHS graduates. Honorees demonstrate the district motto of “Excellence Is Worth The Effort” in their professional careers, civic endeavors, and personal relationships.

The tradition continues in 2021 as Bowling Green High School plans to recognize up to four honorees with a day-long celebration in conjunction with BGHS Homecoming- the first in the new BGHS Football Stadium.

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