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4 months ago

Brown County Schools

We have some really wonderful news to share!!!!

Congratulations to the team at Brown County Junior High School - it was announced today that BCJHS received STEM CERTIFICATION from the Indiana Department of Education!!!

The team at BCJHS has worked tirelessly to achieve the principles that are the foundation of this process. This process has not been easy but their efforts have proven to be successful!!

THANK YOU to our educators at BCJHS who made this distinction a reality for the boys and girls we serve!!

We ARE Brown County!🦅💙💛🦅
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5 months ago

Brown County Schools

"All of this inspired me to pursue positions of leadership so that I could give back to our school community all that had been given to me. It has been a gift to serve the community of Brown County as their Superintendent."

Celebrating Women's History Month: Meet Dr. Laura Hammack, Superintendent of Brown County Schools and committed Hoosier educator. Learn more about her story here →
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5 months ago

Brown County Schools

The Addams Family is coming to Brown County High School Auditorium...

Thursday, April 12th - 7:00PM
Friday, April 13th - 7:00PM
Saturday, April 14th - 7:00PM
Sunday, April 15th - 2:00PM

$5 for students
$7 for adults
Kids 3 and under are free!
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GOLD rating for our BCHS band today!!!! SO proud of these kids!!!
We ARE Brown County!!!
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Yay!! Way to go, Eagles!!
We ARE Brown County!!
💙💛🦅💙💛After a few rain delays, the BCHS Varsity Football team made sure they put on a show for all who stayed around...they beat Edinburgh 58-8! Way to start out the season...and our awesome Eagle Cheerleaders did a jumping jack for each point scored...58 in all!
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2 days ago

Brown County Schools Superintendent

WET Friday night lights!! Our Eagles started strong after a long weather delay and then we had another lightening strike... Go away, rain!! Go Eagles!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Wow!! What a turnout for the Van Buren Ice Cream Social!! Sorry I missed the fun!! (I got SOAKED at the cross country meet!!) Way to go, VBES!! ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

Brown County Schools Superintendent

Students in Grades 5-12 - FREE MUSIC LESSONS!!!

This Fall, there will be four 12-week after-school music classes available to students in grades 5-12: keyboard, violin, banjo and guitar. The classes are provided through a grant from the Brown County Community Foundation and are free to participating students. Classes start the week of September 16th and run through the week of December 16th, with two weeks off when school isn't in session. Classes will be hour-long, starting at 3:15 p.m. and ending at 4:15 p.m. Classes are limited to 12 students each and students will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. The student doesn't have to have an instrument to participate; instruments will be provided as needed.

The class schedule is below:

Guitar, Nathan Dillon--Tuesdays (at BETA)

Violin, Carolyn Dutton--Thursdays at the Brown County Intermediate School Music Room

Banjo, Jeff Foster--Tuesdays at the Brown County Junior High School or Brown County High School--specific room to be determined

Keyboard, Amanda Webb--Wednesdays at the Brown County Intermediate School Music Room


Please contact Annie Hawk or Bridget Rinehimer at your earliest convenience to reserve your spot:

Annie:, 440-864-2345

Bridget:, 216-372-9383
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Have you heard of WorkONE? It's a great community resource located at the CRC that links people with jobs and training. Our representative is Brenda Wood. She is at the CRC Monday's and Thursday's 8:00-4:30. She can be reached at 812-988-6968 or

If you have a student who is looking for a job or needs help with that first resume, send them to the CRC!

Work One also provides work-based learning opportunities for students ages 16 and up. These opportunities offer on the job experience for high school ICE credit and pay upwards of $12 an hour.

Here is the web link for more information.

The WorkOne center is the heart of the workforce development system. It's where service delivery partners connect with customers and with each other. WorkOne helps people find a new or better job, choose a career, find a good employee, access training, or get the information needed to succeed in today's ever-evolving workplace.

WorkOne Individualized Services
Please note that In order to access many of the WorkOne services, you will need to have a valid photo I.D. Our individualized services include:
Resume development
Career planning
Interview coaching
Job search assistance
Skills evaluation
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6 days ago

Brown County Schools Superintendent

Gorgeous night for Boys’ Tennis!! Our Eagles look fantastic!!
We ARE Brown County!!!
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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


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


Phone: (812) 988-6601

Fax: (812) 988-5403



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School Board Members

President – Steve Miller, Jr.
Vice President – Carol Bowden
Secretary – Marlene Barnett
Member – Stephanie Kritzer
Member – Judy Hardwick

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