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Welcome to the newly remodeled Boyd County Middle School. Here's a look at the reception area. Photo by Kevin Goldy of the Daily Independent. The cast of Alice in Wonderland was comprised of Boyd County Schools' students and was performed at the high school's Alumni Auditorium. Ms. Johnson, standing, second from left, was the director. Abbi Borders, center, received a check for $1,000 which will be placed in her KY Ed. Savings Plan Trust account and used for the college of her choice. BCMS Princ. Kim Fitch on left and David Lawhorn from KHEAA on right. The Boyd County Board of Education appointed Mr. William “Bill” Boblett, Jr. as Superintendent of Boyd County Schools.  Join us in congratulating Mr. Boblett.
Middle School students pose with a check for $20,000 from KY Power. It was earned by installing upgrades to lighting and HVAC. Far left, Aaron Shultz. Far right is Kevin Cheek. Next to Kevin is Interim Superintendent Bill Boblett. Ken Borders, Customer Service Engineer from KY Power presents a $20,000 check to Interim Superintendent Bill Boblett. The check was  earned for the upgrades to lighting and HVAC during the remodel of the middle school. Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton, center, visited Catlettsburg Elementary. Far left, Matt Spade, Jeff Frasure. Far right, Kathy Cook and Interim Superintendent Bill Boblett. Representatives from the Girl's Basketball Team are honored for their OUTSTANDING, winning season! The girl's team made it all the way to the Final Four! (Many from the team were involved with other sports the night of the recognition.) Representatives from the Boy's Basketball Team were recognized for their FANTASTIC season! They also played in the State's Final Four tournament. (Many of the team couldn't attend due to playing other sports.) Ms. Kathryn Davis-Lamp, far right, representing Area Education Grants, recognized BCPS grant recipients for 17-18. Left to right: Letitia Rudie, Catlettsburg; Abby Maynard, BCHS; and Chris Wallace, Summit. Brandon Hill from Ramey couldn't attend. The SkillsUSA competitors were recognized for taking home several 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place honors. At far right is BCCTEC's welding instructor Garrett Kitchen. The BCHS Scholastic 3-D Archery Team won the NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT held in Cincinnati! This was their 4th national title. Katie Hemmann, 6th from right, won first place in her division. A group photo of the community mentoring adults and BCMS 7th grade students. John Buckland, center, calls himself the West Virginia Batman, but his life has not always been one of a super hero.  Dressed as Batman, John told stories of turning the “bad” in his own life to “good”. Mentoring day - 100 7th grade boys were given the chance to speak with several community partners. Join our team of valuable employees. Apply online at : https://boyd.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

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Boyd County Middle School (6-8)
1226 Summit Road
Ashland, KY 41102
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