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Welcome to Boyd County Career and Technical Education Center (BCCTEC) The Boys' Track Team brings home the 1st place trophy in the Rice-Stacey Classic. The 2017 Military Ball. Going on to state! The 2017 Science Olympiad Team wins the Regional. The Essentials 4 Employment Finalists gather to hear who the top two winners are in the E4E competition. The 2017 Essentials 4 Employment winners are, left, Brandon Burroughs and, right, Isabella Caperton. Congratulations to our winners and to the top 12 finalists! 2017 Lady Lions basketball team - Regional Champs! The 2017 Boyd County Lady Lions - basketball's regional championship team with varsity cheerleaders and (back) Coach Pete Fraley. Drumroll please...the March 2017 Fred of the Month winner is Adam Turner! Congratulations, Adam! FFA Day was held at the Technology Drive campus of ACTC. Pictured are:  Emmett Boggess , Abby Conley, Emily Stapleton, Elliott Conley, Wade Blevins, Laney Thompson, Karli Jo Childers, Miranda Davis, Bryant Rakes, Jacob Wilks, Tiffany Smallridge, Greydon McCall, Zach Smith, Katie Yonts, Rylie St.Clair, Kinsey McDaniel, Kayla Rice, Taylor Lane, Hunter Davis, Matt Ferguson, Magen Hall, Layne Shipkosky, Irene Stepp, Logan Riffe, Dilun Queen, Jim Gibson, Kaden Bridges, Abby Williamson, Sydney Brown, and Autumn Ivy. The SkillsUSA competitors from Boyd County High. Advanced Welding winners in the SkillsUSA competition are, from left to right:  Payton Marcum - 1st place; Ryan Hicks - 3rd place; and Marco Kitts - 2nd place. BCHS Key Club brings back some great hardware from the conference. Front Row:   Asmanai Paiazova, Emma Hunley, Hannah Hupp, Hannah Davis, and Kylie Ramey. Back Row:   Spencer Brumfield, Zach Farrell, Jessica Burton, Ryan Griffith.  The club advisor is Ms. Shelli Wilburn.
Students of Billy Parker, BCHS instructor, traveled to Morehead State University to compete in the National History Day competition. All of the students qualified to go on to the state finals. The Medicaid Nurse Aide class. Nominees and the February winner of the Fred of the Month Award were recognized at the February 28th Board of Education meeting. Pictured, left to right:  Bill Boblett, Safe Schools Coordinator; the District Technology Department - Brad Williams, Zach Allen and Sam Williams; the Fred of the Month winner, Lisa Coleman. Nominated, but not pictured:  Katie Phillips and Kristen Rhodes. Lisa Coleman, center, is the February Fred of the Month Award winner. Ms. Coleman is an Exceptional Child Instructor at Boyd County Middle. Honored at the board meeting for encouraging or being chosen to perform in the KMEA All-State choirs are, left to right, Aaron Bowling - music instructor at BCHS and Catlettsburg; BCHS student Christian Trimble; Summit music instructor Cynthia Sullivan, Malichi Gillum - Children's All-State Choir; BCMS music instructor Melissa Downey, and Emma Dalton - Junior High All-State Choir. Not pictured: April Stinson (BCHS - High School All-State Choir) and Junior High All-State Choir members Sarah Slone and Adrian McDaniels. Dr. Judy Nichols is recognized for successfully completing levels II and II of the KY School Board Association's Academy of Studies during the 2016 calendar year. Alison Bays, on the left, and Kelly Deborde, on the right, were two of the district counselors recognized at the February board meeting. Not pictured are Shelly Lemaster - BCHS, Steve Grannis - BCHS, Julie Criss - BCCTEC, Theresa Kazee - Cannonsburg, Penny Fuller - Ponderosa, Deana Sexton - Summit. and Linda Tromboli - Ramey-Estep High. Boyd County Lions win against Ashland to clinch the 64th District Champions title for the fourth year in a row. GO LIONS!! Mrs. Baldwin, at center, is shown here receiving the Presidential Award at the KEDC meeting on February 15th, 2017. To her left is BCHS Principal Thomas Holbrook and to her right is BCPS Superintendent Brock Walter. Sparkle Effect team! The BCHS NJROTC Color Guard presents the flags of the military branches.

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Boyd County Career and Technical Education Center
12300 Midland Trail Road
Ashland, KY 41102
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Phone: 606.928.7120
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