BCPS Gifted Update Part 1
BCPS Gifted Update Part 2
Check out the article that Lisa VanGemert wrote with members of our GT Department on her website www.giftedguru.com
Thank you to those who joined us for our very first Parent Evening of the 2017-18 school year.
Here is a link to the Slideshow presentations from the first bcps PTP/GT parent night on Sept. 21st...
Ms. Coomer's presentation
Mr. Barger's Presentation
The 2017 KAGE Conference in Lexington was a great experience! BCPS sent 16 teachers to the conference. Dr. Renzulli was among several wonderful presenters. There was a parent night & Creativity night, as well. Here are a few pictures from some of the sessions!
Mr. Keith Davis accepted the National Association of Gifted Education (NAGC)/Ball
State Administrator's Award for his numerous contributions to gifted education in our
district and state! Congratulations! You can read more about Mr. Davis at the NAGC's
You can view all of the recipients of the National Awards at this website:
Ms. Lynette Baldwin, the executive director for the Kentucky Association for Gifted Education (KAGE) organization, also won a National Award for Advocacy. What an honor for two people from the state of Kentucky to receive awards at the 2015 National Association for Gifted Education Conference! You can read more about Ms. Baldwin at this website: http://www.nagc.org/bio/lynette-baldwin
The Bullitt County School System's Gifted and Talented Program serves more than 2,000 students in Kindergarten - Twelfth Grade. The placement of a student for gifted services is identified in accordance with the guidelines from the Kentucky Department of Education. Gifted students in Bullitt County are served through a variety of service options, with no single option serving all schools.