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ASCEND Designed for Mentoring and Support ASCEND Teacher Intern Logo

Sixteen recently hired teachers from the Bowling Green Independent School District are beginning their teaching careers supported by a new mentoring program, ASCEND. The BGISD initiative takes the place of the former Kentucky Teacher Internship Program (KTIP), and provides mentoring and induction activities to increase both teacher effectiveness and retention in the profession.

Virtual Reality: #NewBGHS2020

Ross Tarrant Architects shared the following links to allow our students, parents, employees and the community to see inside the future Bowling Green High School. If viewing on a phone, click the links and move to see 360-degrees of each space. If viewing on a computer, use the mouse to click, drag, and move around and inside the space.

  • Click here to view outside the new Bowling Green High School. This portion of the building will be completed in phase two.
  • Click here to view inside the BGHS Commons, to be completed in phase two.
  • Click here to view inside a common hallway space, near teacher work spaces, hallways, and classrooms. Most to be completed in phase one.
2018-2019 Student Handbook Online

Student Handbook CoverClick here to view the 2018-2019 Student Handbook including a school and district directory, the household communication plan, school calendar, school hours and attendance policy, food service, code of conduct, and more!

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  • Aug
    24

    "We're cool were great were the class of 78!"

  • Sep
    3
  • Sep
    10

    The Bowling Green Independent Board of Education will hold a public hearing in the Bowling Green
    Independent Board of Education’s Board meeting room, 1211 Center Street, on September 10, 2018,
    at 6:00 P.M. for the purpose of hearing public comments regarding a proposed General Fund tax levy
    for fiscal year 2018-2019 of 82.8 cents on real property and 82.8 cents on personal property.
    The General Fund tax levied in fiscal year 2017-2018 was 82.8 cents on real property and 82.8 cents
    on personal property and produced revenue of $12,091,210.53. The proposed General Fund tax
    rate for fiscal year 2018-2019 of 82.8 cents on real property and 82.8 cents on personal property is
    expected to produce $12,560,038.06. Of this amount, $323,099.15 is from new property and $1,259,890.59 is from
    personal property. The General Fund compensating tax rate for fiscal year 2018-2019 is 79.7 cents on real property and
    82.8 cents on personal property and is expected to produce revenue of $12,136,964.91.
    The general areas to which revenue of $468,827.53 above fiscal year 2017-2018 revenue is to be allocated are as
    follows: Instruction $367,811.53, Cost of Collection $9,377, and Building Fund $91,639.
    The General Assembly has required publication of this advertisement and the information therein.

    Begins @ 6:00 PM
  • Sep
    21
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