BCATC Receives Work Ready Grant!!

The Breckinridge County Area Technology Center has been awarded $3,325,000 through the Work Ready Skills Initiative. According to Governor Matt Bevin, “This important initiative is a key component in our pursuit to make Kentucky the epicenter for engineering and manufacturing excellence in America.”

Forty-one applicants applied for funding in April with a total request of $165 million. However, only $33 million was awarded. Breckinridge County was one of 21 second-round finalists and received the fourth highest award amount.

This award to BCATC, in partnership with the Breckinridge County Board of Education and area industry partners, will allow the construction of a new Computerized Manufacturing and Machining area. It will also provide the opportunity for the BCATC to add an Industrial Maintenance program, renovate the technology lab to accommodate adult education and community education evening classes, and it will provide program equipment.

Please join us in celebrating a spectacular opportunity for our students and our community as we “Build a Better BC.”

Jonathan Bennett, BCATC Principal

Dr. Janet L. Meeks, Superintendent


BCHS Chorale Performs at the Kentucky Center for the Arts

The Breckinridge County High School Chorale under the direction of Mrs. Kathy Tabor performed at the Kentucky Center for the Arts on the Louisville Youth Choir 50th Anniversary Gala Concert. BCHS was one of 6 choruses on the program that combined with the Louisville Youth Choir to premier a song written for the event entitled "My Love for You" which is about the state of Kentucky. Mrs. Theresa Erwin Foster, Breckinridge County native, is the director of the chorus and extended the invitation to the BCHS Chorale.

 


 

 

Congratulations to Mason Chandler, Amelia Barr, Abigail Tivitt, Deanna Arnold, and Autumn Siler for being selected as 2017 Governor's Scholars!


 

Congratulations to Cameron Howard and Connor Bland for being selected as 2017 Governor's Scholars for the Arts!  Only 12 students were selected state wide.


 Students from Breckinridge County Area Technology Center present Kentucky Department of Education logos they made of wood and aluminum to the Kentucky Board of Education at its meeting in Frankfort on April 12.

 Pictured, from left, are (seated) Luke Mattingly, Zane Denner, Hunter Robinson, Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt, Clayton Thompson, Coy Mattingly, Michael Nash, (standing) Principal Jonathan Bennett, Carpentry Instructor Will Farmer, Ebonee East, CNC Instructor Dean Monarch, Dalton Shepard, Jonathan Embry, Branden Kiper, Nathan Patterson, Wyatt Lucas, Austin Norton, Nathan Douglas, Nicholas Stinson and Kentucky Board of Education Chairman William Twyman. 

 


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