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Important Information

Our Current School Calendar:

     2020 - 2021 School Calendar 

 

Important Forms Currently Available:

   Reopening Questionnaire

 

For Help with Google Classroom:

Google Classroom Presentation

 

P-EBT Food Benefit Program for Public School Students who receive free or reduced-price lunch 

 

Team Kentucky,

Our administration remains committed to ensuring all Kentuckians stay connected now and moving forward. It is critical, even in the midst of a global pandemic, that we work to stay connected to one another. One challenge to Kentuckians staying connected is lack of affordable and reliable internet services in many areas of the commonwealth. Today, I would like to share home internet assistance options designed to make communication services affordable for low-income families. The following programs are designed to offer robust internet access to underserved rural areas ensuring affordability:

Lifeline Program: A program funded by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) to expand subsidized broadband options for low-income families by allowing households to have two connections over mobile and fixed broadband; for a full list of providers here

Broadband Now: A system collecting and analyzing internet provider’s coverage and availability to make the most accurate search available. Results are specific to your area and help consumers find and compare local internet options.

As part of Team Kentucky’s effort to keep Kentuckians connected, home internet assistance programs meet the critical need to obtain internet access for remote learning or work during the pandemic. Kentucky families who qualify for the low-income internet assistance can determine program eligibility here.

Thank you for being a valuable part of #TeamKentucky.

Signature

Jacqueline Coleman

Lieutenant Governor

Secretary, Cabinet for Education and Workforce Development

 

Internet providers offer assistance for low-income households

During the COVID-19 pandemic it is critical that students have access to the internet. Companies are working to provide families with low-cost internet services and devices.

 

Everyoneon.org is a nonprofit that allows users to find internet options in their community by zip code and by participation in a specified program.

 

AT&T’s Access program has expanded eligibility based on income and to households participating in the National School Lunch and Head Start programs. Households with incomes under 135% of federal poverty guidelines, participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and/or participating in the federal school lunch program or Head Start program are eligible. Information can be found on AT&T’s website.

 

Comcast Internet Essentials and Spectrum Internet Assist also offer assistance to households in their service areas. 

 

Back to School Playbook

As the summer winds down, we will be offering a variety of learning opportunities based on best practice and government advice.  Those learning types will be placed here for ease of use.  Links will go live as we finalize software and protocols:

 

To choose where you would like your student to attend, click here:

 

Supt. Tuck on Re-opening

 

Individual School Re-opening Plans

 

Internet Provider Assistance

 

Barren River Health Department Guidelines

 

HVAC Upgrade Lab Results

Google Maps link to Butler County Schools

Where To Find Us

Butler County Schools
203 North Tyler Street
Morgantown, KY 42261
Ph: 270.526.5624
Fx: 270-526-5625