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Congratulations to BCJHS May “Student of the Month” Amelia Kakavecos.

Amelia was nominated by Mr. Oliver. According to Mr. Oliver, “Amelia is a very hard working student who is always prepared for class. Amelia takes great pride in her school work and always has a smile on her face no matter where you see her throughout the building! Amelia also has great “Beat Boxing Skills”!”

Amelia’s picture will be displayed at BCJHS during the month of May and will also appear on the BCJHS school webpage.

A special thanks to Waltman Construction for sponsoring the BCJHS “Student of the Month”. Amelia will be receiving a “Student of the Month” plaque compliments of Waltman Construction.
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BCJHS April "Student of the Month"
Julia Williams
Nominated by Mr. Nolan

"Julia is a consistent student in terms of her academics and always gives her best effort in my class. Furthermore, as a community member, Julia is kind to everyone in class, no matter who she is interacting with. I have been impressed with her patience for others when they have not been at their best and her ability to stay on task on the days that may challenge others.” Julia’s picture will be displayed at BCJHS during the month of April. A special thanks to Waltman Construction for sponsoring the BCJHS “Student of the Month”.

Julia will be receiving a “Student of the Month” plaque compliments of Waltman Construction.
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Brown County Schools Spring Break
March 20 - March 24

Have a Great and Safe Spring Break!
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Thank you to BCJHS teacher, Mrs. Oliver, and BCHS teacher, Mr. Koressel, for advancing their knowledge of computer science at Code.org training in Houston! Our students are lucky to have you!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Mr. McFall at BCHS is spending a portion of his summer at Project Lead the Way training for his upcoming class, "Human Body Systems." This is one of the MANIKENs that students will be using to construct body systems out of clay in order to learn about the body systems. I wish I could take this class!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Five BCJHS choir students attended the Columbus Indianapolis Children's Choir Summer Camp last week. Attached are photos from their performance on June 10th. Thanks to Mrs. Pearson for sharing - looks like FUN! 🎼🎤 ... See MoreSee Less

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Here they are!! BCJHS and BCHS at NATIONAL HISTORY DAY in Washington D.C.!!
Congratulations to Chloee Robison, Lizzy Jenson, Abigail Neibert and Jayda Scales!
Thank you to Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. Lewellen for leading the way!
Wish we could be there with you!!! 🦅💙💛🦅💛
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Here she is - our own Chloee Robison - at the SMITHSONIAN in Washington D.C.!! Chloee is in the top 1% in the nation for National History Day. We couldn't be more proud of her and all of our students who made it to this incredible level of competition. WAY TO GO!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Exciting news from the Bloomington Herald Times...
Congratulations to 4 of our BCHS Softball Players who made it on the First and Second Team for the 2017 H-T All-Area Softball Team!! Way to go Emma Summers, Aubrey Hollander, Maddy Edds, and Adriana Kritzer! We are so proud of you!!
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Aaaahhh!! We are so proud, we might burst!! Here is a photo of Lizzy Jenson and Chloee Robison who competed today at NATIONAL History Day in Washington D.C. Mrs. Lewellen shared, "Both of them were complete rockstars!" 🙂

We also learned that Chloee's exhibit board was chosen to represent Indiana at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. Her board will be on display all day tomorrow at the museum!! WOW!!!

Way to go, Lizzy and Chloee. BCS is SO proud of you!!!
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Check out the new sign at BCJHS. It looks fantastic!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Core Values


Excellence – Brown County Schools commits to the highest standard of excellence for all.

Integrity – Brown County Schools stands on the ideals of honesty and ethics and pledges to advance the development and engagement of citizens within society.

Respect – Brown County Schools maintains the highest regard for the rights, abilities, and achievements of all members of the school community.

Inspired – Brown County Schools provides opportunities to support school community members to do, think, or feel something extraordinary within their educational experiences.

Engaged – Brown County Schools offers a variety of opportunities, both inside and outside of the classroom, that advance personal, academic, and extra-curricular development.

Thinking and Problem Solving – Brown County Schools develops sophisticated critical thinking and problem-solving skills allowing all members to participate in our global society.

Our Mission


Brown County Schools provides the highest quality educational experiences where all students are safe, valued, inspired, civically engaged, and globally connected. 

Office Hours


Administration Building:  7:30AM – 4:30PM

Address


357 East Main Street
P.O. Box 38
Nashville, Indiana  47448

Contact


Phone: (812) 988-6601

Fax: (812) 988-5403

Email: cscbc@brownco.k12.in.us

Legend


BCS District
BC High School
BC Junior High
BC Intermediate
Helmsburg
Sprunica
Van Buren

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School Board Members


President:  Stephanie Kritzer
VP – Judy Hardwick
Secretary – Carol Bowden
Member – Steve Miller
Member – Marlene Barnett

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