• School Closings/Delays:

    Based on the recommendation by Gov. Beshear to discontinue in-house school activities, THERE WILL BE NO ON-CAMPUS ACTIVITIES FOR EBIS FROM MAR. 16th THRU MAY 1st. Instruction during this time will consist of non-traditional instruction (NTI) days. The week of March 30-April 3 is scheduled as Spring Break for the district. EBIS' REGULARLY SCHEDULED CLASSES WILL NOT RESUME UNTIL AFTER May 1, 2020. Please see the notice in the News Feed below for additional information and instruction.

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East Bernstadt Middle School



All students (grades 6-12) are required,by state law, to complete the ILP each year. Each year, parents are also required to review their child's ILP. 

The completed ILP will be graded and sent home for parents to review. Parents are then requested to sign the ILP and return it to school as documentation that the parent has reviewed the ILP.

Students in sixth grade will be required to complete the following sections in the ILP:

  • Personal Profile
  • Educational History
  • Career Matchmaker
  • Careers that Interest Me
  • Career Cluster Interests
  • Hobbies and Interests
  • Awards and Recognitions
  • Annual Review
  • Annual Student Survey
As students complete the ILP, parents will be given the opportunity to be involved with this project by providing information to their child (Educational History and Awards & Recognitions) in order for their child to have the necessary information to complete the ILP. Please help your child gather this information when the forms are sent home to be completed. It will make it much easier for your child if the information is ready and available when this section is completed in class.

All parents have a "Parent Access" number. This allows parents to view their child's ILP at any time. These will be sent home in January 2013.   The parent access information will give parents an opportunity to help their child proofread and correct typographical and spelling errors before the final copy of the ILP is printed in class.