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    (Bell County)

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    About Our District:
    The Bell County School District serves approximately 3,000 preschool through twelfth grade students. These students are served by 6 Preschool through 8th grade school centers, 1 high school (9th - 12th graders) , and 1 alternative school. Our district partners with the Bell Whitley Community Action Agency to provide a fully blended preschool model that includes Headstart to help promote Kindergarten Readiness. We also provide a full day of Kindergarten to help meet the student's needs.
     
    Our schools are located across the various communities within our county lines that reach from the Fourmile Community to Red Bird to Page to the Frakes community and even extends to the city of Middlesboro which is located on the Tennessee/Virginia border.
     
    Our district is working diligently to produce college and career ready students.
     

    How We Ensure Educational Equity:
    Our district ensures educational equity by implementing a variety of learning experiences. Formative assessment and higher order thinking strategies are examples of the many research based practices utilized in every content area and at every grade level. Each school has implemented a Response to Intervention Plan which targets specific instructional support for struggling students and have revamped their daily schedules in order to do this during the school day as well as after school activities. Finally, all schools use collaboration strategies and educational software to ensure each student is provided access to the general curriculum. These strategies, techniques, and software programs benefit ALL students.
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    NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION

     Public Notice

    Bell County Board of Education

    Notice of Non-Discrimination

     

    As required by law, the Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, sex, genetic information, disability or limitations related to pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions in its programs and activities and provides equal access to its facilities to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

    Any persons having inquiries concerning Bell County Schools’ compliance with Title II, Title VI, Title IX and/or Section 504 may contact:

    Dr. Mitch Bailey, Director of Exceptional Children and Support Services

    Bell County Schools

    211 Virginia Avenue

    PO Box 340

    Pineville, KY  40977

    (606) 337-7051

    mitch.bailey@bell.kyschools.us

     

     

     

    The Bell County School System offers the following career and technical education programs for all students regardless of race, color, national origin, including those with limited English proficiency, sex or disability in grade 9-12:  Business and Informational Technology, Health Sciences, Automotive Technology. Automotive Refurbishing, and Carpentry.  Persons seeking further information concerning the vocational education offerings and specific pre-requisite criteria should contact:

    David Sowders, Principal

    Bell County Area Technology Center

    9828 HWY 25E

    Pineville, KY 40977

    (606) 337-3094

    david.sowders@bell.kyschools.us

     

    To obtain this information in a language other than English, call (606) 337-7051.