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8 -October 18, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook l Monday, October 22, 2o12 Bath County Middle School Cafeteria 6:3o--8:oo P.M. Photos by Cecil Lawson Paul Lyons and Nate Lewis entertained the audience with the skit from the Menifee Community The- atre Group play "Mountain Memories: The Story of Us." East Kentucky North Region KSBA President Phyllis Lawson, who serves on the Menifee Cou'ht ;! ) cl obJ!''! eohrd, evenmg's meeting. By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com Area school board mem- bers, administrators, and teachers attended Tuesday evening's 2012 Fall Ken- tucky School Board Asso- ciation (KSBA), Eastern Kentucky North Regional Meeting, held at the Adron Doran University Center at Morehead State University. The Eastern Kentucky North Region of the KSBA is made up of the follow- ing school districts: Ash- land, Augusta, Bath, Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Fairview, Fleming, Greenup, Lewis, Mason, Menifee, Mor- gan, Nicholas, Raceland- Worthington, Robertson, Rowan, and Russell Inde- pendent The current regional President is Menifee Coun- ty School Board chairper- son Phyllis, who is now entering her third and final year in that position. Lawson opened up the evening's meeting with Bath County School Board .rmerpbers:aod administrators present at the KSBA regional m@etir!g we, re,fr A. Franklin, Hurschell Rawlings, Interim Supt. Steve Meadows, and Lisa McFarland. Elliott County School Board member Brenda Sheets also joined them. some home-grown enter- tainment, several skits from "Mountain Memories: The Story of Us," produced by the Menifee Community Theatre Group. Also on hand for the meeting were State Reps. Walter "Dec" Blevins and John Will Stacy. Those in attendance watched a video-taped pre- sentation by Kentucky Ed- ucation Commissioner Ter- ry HoUiday, who discussed the latest assessment and accountability system in- volved in the Common- wealth's latest education reform efforts known as Unbridled Learning. Instead of being fled to a single of measure of prog- ress, Holliday said, schools will now be "graded" on several factors, includ- ing testing achievement, progress made in reaching underprivileged students (known as "gap'3, growth of school systems' prog- ress in reading and math scores, college and career readiness of graduates, and the district's graduation rate. Holliday said in the pre- sentation that all of these factors will be combined into a single number and will be presented as a per- centile score to measure a school's performance. KSBA staff members on hand at the meeting went into more depth about mea- suring student assessment "Next Generation Learn- ers," as they are called in the education reform plan, will take part in a set of testing and assessment for elementary, middle, and high schools. All of the as- sessment information will be combined into a single "Kentucky School Report Card," which will contain the school's overall score, percentile rank in the state, the school's classification (dis "tmguished, proficient, needs improvement), and the state's goals for the school, which will serve as a baseline for the measure of the school's progress in the years to follow. The School Report Card aims to make school prog- ress easier to understand and to make school ac- countability more readily understandable to the pub- lic. The Commonwealth's overall goal is to go from currently having 34% of stu- dents "college and career ready" to 67% by 2015, and to increase the graduation rate from 76% today to 90% by 2015. C0~e~ of I~t~q De~ of r~=ti0~ bimi0a of ~.ict Support Di,~sJon of I~ta A bit of nostalgia, the 1965-66 BCHS Wildcats Basketball team. ~~~~M~~~- - = =- Trevor Hart == - I chose Trevor Hart - His attitude toward - == as the Honor's Board school =-= == winner because of the I am very proud - == wonderful improve- of Trevor and the great = -= ments that I have seen strides that he has == him make over the made in these areas. I == years. He has made im- am certain that if he := - provements in the fol- continues down this = === lowing areas: path that there is noth- -= - His work ethic ing that will stop him - -= - His willingness to from achieving great g ask and answer ques- things. =- - = - tions Mrs. Foster -= - - His grades = = = = ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bath Co. School Board F~'m F-I Rev, 07/2008 Tax Rates Levied For School Year 2012 - 2013 School Dislria Bath C0usy # 025 Contact Name ]0 Brewex Contact Namber (606)674-6314 To the K~y Board of Edumion, Frankfort, ICY: In Complia~ with Ke~tacky I~vi~d Statut~ and the regulations of the Kenta&y Board of FAucafion, we, tic board of~fio~ of he above r~m~i s l'~ol hareby submit for your approval the follow~ t~t rates Iwicd an 08/28/'2012. 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