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Pain Pass, Beauty Remains Suicide Prevention Care Bags Delivered Throughout the NVC.

February 22, 2024

Tuesday, February 20th, three members of the BC Student Senate traveled across the NVC conference to approach schools with their Suicide Prevention Project. Students Sabrina Ziebro, Katelyn Fletcher, and Aurora Ziebro are a part of a . . . read more

Pain Passes, Beauty Remains

February 12, 2024

Starting in August, the Boyd County Student Senate members Sabrina Ziebro, Aurora Ziebro, and Katelyn Fletcher set out on a project to prevent suicide. The project, titled Pain Passes Beauty Remains, seeks to teach kids how to help their . . . read more

Home Game Themes

August 30, 2022

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Be a Part of the Student Senate

March 28, 2022

Are you interested in being a part of the representation of the Boyd County student body? Would you like help promote school spirit and honor for our school? Do you want to help establish closer relationships between students, faculty, and . . . read more

2022 Winter Ball

February 15, 2022

The BC 2022 WInter Ball was held on Saturday, February 12th. The night started out with the coronation in the MS/HS gym that was nicely decorated by the Student Senate. The kindergarten class got to take on a special role. Using paper chains, . . . read more

Larry Eilers Kisses Nova the Donkey

July 29, 2021

The BC Student Senate would like to thank our willing participants in our Kiss the Donkey raffle. Thanks to Larry Eilers, Penny Roth, and Grant Graff for being such good sports! Thanks to everyone who voted for tour choice and made this . . . read more

New Student Senate

June 20, 2021

Meet the New Boyd County Student Senate (BCSS), formally known as the Student Council. The purpose of the BCSS is to establish closer cooperation between the faculty and student body of the Boyd County Schools; to establish standards of . . . read more

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