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Bowling Green Independent School District

1211 Center Street   Bowling Green, KY 42101   Phone: 270.746.2200

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Dishman McGinnis Cuts Ribbon on New School

Bowling Green City Schools opened a new Dishman McGinnis Elementary on August 6, 2014. Located at 375 Glen Lily Road, the school is on the former L. C. Curry Elementary site and replaced the former Dishman McGinnis on Old Morgantown Road. The school held a building dedication and community open house on Sunday, August 17, 2014. 

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Second Opportunity High School Begins September 2

The Bowling Green City School’s Second Opportunity High School will be held Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at Bowling Green High School beginning September 2, 2014. The Second Opportunity High School allows adults (over 18) who did not finish high school to obtain high school credits toward graduation and ultimately earn a high school diploma from Bowling Green City Schools.

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Financial Records Available from Fiscal Year 2013-14

The unaudited annual financial report and vendor list for Fiscal Year 2013-14 have been posted for public viewing. If unable to access this report citizens may obtain a copy by personal request in our office at 1211 Center Street, Bowling Green, Kentucky.

BGHS Class of 2015 Earns Highest Average ACT Composite to Date

The ACT National Office has released the scores of Kentucky public school juniors who sat for the college entrance exam last spring. The ACT assesses English, reading, mathematics and science and is scored on a scale of 1 to 36. Bowling Green High School’s class of 2015 scored an average composite of 21.0, which is the highest average composite for the school since KRS 158.6453 mandated the exam for all 11th graders in 2008. The scores of current seniors were also above the state average in all four curriculum areas.

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Schools Participate in Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

Students in 137 Kentucky elementary schools, including T. C. Cherry, Dishman McGinnis, and Parker-Bennett-Curry, will enjoy fresh produce in the 2014-15 school year as part of a federal Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) implemented through the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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