Important Facts

Grades: Kindergarten-12th
Enrollment: 503 students
School Colors: Red and White
School Mascot: Burgin Bulldogs
Certified Staff: 38
Classified Staff: 30
Preschool: Average of 20 students
Instructor/Student ratio: 11 to 1


 

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    2018 - 2019 School Calendar

    The 2018-2019 Burgin Independent School Calendar has been approved by the Burgin Board of Education.

    Please take a moment to check it out!

    View the 2018-2019 School Calendar

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    Outstanding Alumni Nomination Form

    The Outstanding Alumni Program recognizes Burgin graduates, attendees, or contributors to the school system who have distinguished themselves in their professional lives or community and in so doing have brought honor and recognition to our school.

    Eligibility for Nomination:
    The nominee must demonstrate outstanding success in his/her career field, leadership, or community involvement while maintaining the highest integrity and character. The nominee has graduated at least five years prior or has contributed at least five years of service to our school system. The nominee may be either living or deceased.

    Instructions:
    Any alumni or friend of the Burgin School System may submit a nomination. An official nomination form must be completed for each nominee including substantiating materials such as newspaper articles, awards, photographs, etc. Nomination forms should be turned in to the front office of the school. The deadline for submission is April 13th, 2018. Decisions of the committee will be final.

    To view the application: Click Here

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    School Brochure

    We currently have the largest student enrollment in the history of the school! Learn more and experience the difference!

    Read the School Brochure

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    #MarshallStrong

    In memory of the victims of last week's Marshall Co. school shooting and in honor of the staff and students at Marshall Co. High School, Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt asked Kentuckians statewide to wear the school's colors of blue and orange on Friday, Feb. 2.

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    Burgin Family Connections Survey

    In order to continue to serve the students and families of Burgin Independent, Burgin Family Connections (BFC) is required to survey parents, high school students, and staff to determine needs which may be met by new and current BFC programming. Please take the time (less than 5 minutes) to complete the appropriate survey by clicking one of the links below. Your participation will help ensure that BFC can continue to meet the needs of Burgin students, families, and community. Thank you.

    Parent Survey

    Student Survey

    Staff Survey

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    Burgin Independent's Bus Route/Snow Plan

    During the winter months several factors come into play that could delay the start of school or cause the school to be closed. The following links will help student's families better understand what to expect during times of inclement weather.

        Bus Route/Snow Plan
        Cold Weather Policy
        Bulldog NTI Days

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    Rain, sun, sleet, or snow - Burgin students are ready to go!

    What is a Non-Traditional School Day?

    A Non-Traditional School Day is a method of delivering instruction for ALL students on a day when school buildings are not accessible due to unforeseen circumstances (i.e. snow days). Teachers have the opportunity to maintain an online presence for content delivery or provide a hard copy of work for students without technology or network resources. The result is decreased loss of instructional time and an increased ability to continue learning content.

    Should the district elect to use a Non-Traditional Instruction Day, all media announcements will reflect that decision. NTI assignments will be sent home with students by their classroom teachers. All students will receive printed copies of their assignments to keep at home. Please contact the front office for more information.

    NTI Packets will go home with students on December 14th, 2017.

    View the NTI Letter: Click HERE.

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    Burgin Softball Fundraiser

    The Softball team is hosting a fundraiser with Schwan's. By placing an order through Schwans.com, a portion of the sales will come back in support of our campaign: 20% of orders and 40% of gift cards.

    Place an order: https://www.schwans-cares.com/c/35290

    All orders may be placed online or by phone and will be delivered to your door, which is easy and convenient. You can check online for promotional offers for Schwan's customers. Please help support the team.

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    Participate in the Hour of Code

    In about 5 weeks, Burgin Independent Schools will participate in the largest learning event in history... for the fifth time. December 4th-10th, during Computer Science Education Week, tens of millions of students will gather all around the world to participate in the annual Hour of Code. For many, it will be their first introduction to computer science, but for others, it has become an annual celebration of computer science.

    We hope that you and your student will join us and experience the Hour of Code during the week of Dec. 4th-10th! You may join in by browsing to the link below at any time during that week.

    Learn More: Hour of Code

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    Burgin Test Scores Show Student Success and Growth

    Unbridled Learning test results were released this week, placing Burgin Independent Schools as one of the top districts in the state, with marked growth in middle and high school indices.

    The district's middle and high schools made exceptional growth, with the high school increasing their overall index from a 71 to a 79.1 and the middle school increasing their overall index score from 61.2 to 71.5. The overall District index remained a 75 for the second year in a row.

    Due to statewide accountability transitions, terminology for the year has shifted. Districts will soon be ranked on a five-star system of accountability to be rolled out in the 2018-19 school year. Burgin's scores from the 2016-17 school year have accelerated the district and placed it in the ranks of what would be labeled "Distinguished," the highest category for districts and schools.

    Read Superintendent Begley's Letter to Parents

    View Our School Report Card

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    2017-2018 District-Wide Initiatives

    Take a moment to check out Burgin Independent School's 2017-2018 District-Wide Initiatives. The aim of each initiative is to engage our students in learning and growing in new and challenging ways.

    Highlights
    21 Career Pathway Programs
    College and Career Readiness/Transition program
    Professional Growth and Effectiveness System
    Kindergarten screening using Brigance
    One to One student Chromebook technology for blended classrooms, grades 6-12
    Google Classrooms - Grades 6-12
    Energy and Power Program
    Multiple AP Course Offerings
    and much more...

    Read the Full Document

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    AHERA Annual Notice

    To: Parents, Guardians, Teachers, and School Employees

    Subject: Asbestos Management Plan for Burgin Independent Schools

    This notice informs you that Burgin Independent Schools complies with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA- EPA 40 CFR Part 763).

    Read The Full Notice

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    Burgin Ranks First!

    Burgin ranks first in Career Energy and Power

    Members of the BIS Advanced Career Energy and Power class are, from left to right: Trenten Freeland, Cassie Hunter, Greg Korte, Cade Shearer, Ethan Hopkins, Drew Hatfield, Daylan Hodges, Eden Smith and Chad Terrell.

    "Colin Powell once said there is no secret to success, it is simply the result of preparation, hard work and learning from failure. Students at Burgin Independent School are putting that theory to the test" (The Harrodsburg Herald/Dalton Christopher).

    "Our kids were the only high scoring school in the nation for course one in the fall, ranked one overall, and we were one of three high scoring schools for course two in the spring." Terrell said.

    Read the full article: Here.

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    Burgin Independent is a Distinguished School District

    Burgin Independent Schools ranks in the top 20% of the highest performing districts in Kentucky according to data from the Unbridled Learning Assessment and Accountability System. Our scores have reflected a high level of achievement for several years, and our mindset at Burgin Independent is continuous improvement. To rank as a distinguished district is a tremendous accomplishment for our students and our dedicated teachers, administrators and staff.

    Congratulations to all students, staff, and parents!!

    Read The Press Release

    Read a letter to our staff from the Burgin Board of Education and the Burgin SBDM Council

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    Parent Resources

    "One question we've always struggled with is what time we should get our little ones to bed. Go to bed too early, and they goof off, get hyper and never get to sleep. Go to bed too late, and we've got grumpy tired kids who can barely make it through the day" (SimpleMost.com).

    One Wisconsin school has published a chart of suggested bedtimes, based on the age of the child. Check it out at the link below:

    Age-Appropriate Bedtimes Chart

    Find more resources for parents by clicking "Parent Resources", listed under the Quicklinks.

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    WHAS Crusade for Children

    The WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc. established in 1954 by WHAS-TV, raises money for agencies, schools and hospitals to better the lives of special needs children.

    $165 million raised for special needs children

    In its first 62 years, the Crusade has raised more than $165 million. Thanks to generous contributions of goods and services, the Crusade is able to return 100 percent of all donations to organizations that serve special needs children in all 120 Kentucky counties and more than 50 southern Indiana counties.

    To learn more about the WHAS Crusade for Children, visit their website: http://www.whascrusade.org.

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