Dear Parents and Students, ChamberFest Brown County is presenting three concerts at the United Methodist Church on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week, and one concert at the Playhouse on Saturday. There is no ticket necessary for the concerts at the Methodist Church. Parents can make a donation if they would like but students 18 and under are encouraged to attend for free. World-class musicians will be playing exciting classical music! It is a very rare opportunity to hear in person, up close and personal, amazing, world-changing music! Tickets for the Playhouse concert on Saturday are $32.50 but all students 18 and under are free. You can't get the free tickets online; you can get them by going by the Playhouse box office beforehand, or by showing up on Saturday with a student ID, the day of the concert. More details are available at www.chamberfestbrowncounty.com . For more information you can visit www.chamberfestbrowncounty.com or follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube @chamberfestbrowncounty. P. O. Box 1515, Nashville IN47448 (440) 864-2345 Check out our website!
Join us for a... Screening of the Documentary ‘LIKE’ Understanding and Creating Balance in Social Media Wednesday, August 24, 6:30 PM at Brown County High School Auditorium Film plus discussion will last approx. 90 minutes--Free admission. Door Prizes. Snacks after movie. The film is designed for persons aged 12 years to adult. LIKE breaks down why we find social media so irresistible, examines who is controlling who, and gives you the tools to pivot to a more balanced and contented relationship. It features Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, including the co-creator of the ‘LIKE’ button, experts in brain science and regular teenagers. See the Movie Trailer Looking forward to seeing you there!
Join us! Screening of the Documentary ‘LIKE’ Understanding and Creating Balance in Social Media Wednesday, June 15 @ 6:30pm at the Brown County Playhouse Film plus discussion will last approx. 90 minutes
LIKE breaks down why we find social media so irresistible, examines who is controlling who, and gives you the tools to pivot to a more balanced and contented relationship. It features Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, including the co-creator of the ‘LIKE’ button, experts in brain science and regular teenagers.
Thank you for an incredible year at Brown County Schools! Enjoy the summer. Be Safe. And See YOU Soon! Community Meeting REMINDER: We are asking for support of the future of our community’s schools. You are invited to join us for three community meetings held by your Brown County Schools to provide you with information about the proposed operating referendum. We are committed to being consistent, accessible and transparent in all of our actions. That’s why your input is important before any considerations are made of our next steps together. Our public meetings will be held: Tuesday, May 31 -- 6:00 pm
Tuesday, June 7 -- 6:00 pm
Tuesday, June 14 -- 12:00 pm** **Note Change in Time
Brown County Educational Service Center 260 School House Lane Nashville, IN 47448
Park in the High School parking lot and enter doors #11 or #12 of the Educational Service Center.
If you have any questions about the meetings and/or want to be informed throughout the public input process, please email Superintendent Emily Tracy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 260.460.7873. Thank you for making Brown County your home and for supporting the students, teachers and staff of our Brown County Schools. Sincerely, Emily Tracy
Good evening, Effective February 25, 2022, the CDC removed the requirement of wearing masks on buses or vans operated by public or private schools organizations. Brown County Schools will no longer require the wearing of masks on our school buses beginning tomorrow, Monday, February 28, 2022. To read the entire masking statement update from the CDC, please click on the link below: https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/masks/mask-travel-guidance.html As always, if you have any questions, please reach out to your child's building principal, Elizabeth Hill, BCS Corporation Nurse, or myself at the central office. Have a great evening and an incredible week! Thank you, Emily Tracy Superintendent Brown County Schools
February 17, 2022 Today, the Indiana Department of Health announced that public schools are no longer required to contact trace or quarantine students. Covid-19 control measures, as per IC 16-41-2-1 and tied to the Governor's Executive Order, are being revised and all decisions regarding Covid-19 mitigation strategies are now local ones. Brown County Schools will follow these guidelines and also move to make masks optional beginning tomorrow, February 18, 2022. If your child needs a mask, please contact the front office of your child’s school. Due to federal requirements, masks will remain required for students and staff on school buses. Thank you for your continued support through such challenging times. If you have questions, please contact your child’s building principal, our corporation nurse, or myself. The entire slide deck from the IDOH is attached. We will continue to monitor the data and our policies pertaining to Brown County Schools. Emily Tracy Superintendent, Brown County Schools