“Blowing out someone else’s candle doesn’t make yours shine any brighter.”
#camelsthatcare quote of the day
If you suspect someone is being bullied or hurt, please use our district tipline by either calling 859-268-8263 or visiting the link below.
You can also access the website by visiting the CCHS webpage and clicking on the S.T.O.P. Safety Tipline located on the left-hand side
Remember, if you SEE something, SAY something!!
“Our prime purpose in life is to help others and if you can’t help them, at least don’t hurt them.”
#camelsthatcare quote of the day
“Remember there’s no such thing as a small act of kindness.” #camelsthatcare quote of the day
Drug free club members going to Kings Island must have permissions slips and money turned into Mr. Morris by Tuesday, April 24th
Girls Track meeting in locker room at 2:30.
“Those who judge will never understand and those who understand will never judge.” #camelsthatcare quote of the day
If you suspect someone is being bullied or hurt, please use our district tipline by either calling 859-268-8263 or visiting the link below.
You can also access the website by visiting the CCHS webpage and clicking on the S.T.O.P. Safety Tipline located on the left-hand side.
Remember, if you SEE something, SAY something!!
Go to www.camelpride.com to vote for Gavin Peters (baseball) and Anderson McDowell (boys tennis) for the Enquirer Player of the Week.
If any Book & Media Club members are interested in an officer position for next year, please see Mrs. Bernzott or Mrs. Waymeyer in the media center by Friday, April 20.
Book & Media club is hosting Pathfinder/D&D Day after school on Thursday & Friday of this week. It is free to attend & snacks will be provided. Please join us
Eat at Chipotle in Highland Heights tonight from 4-8pm to help raise funds for Project Grad!!
Trash for Cash will take place on Saturday, May 12, 2018, from 9am- 12pm, and we need student, parent and other family volunteers to help make it a success. Project Grad will receive $1000 for just a couple hours of volunteering but we need about 20-30 volunteers to make it happen. Please sign up in the Youth Service Center, A108.
Winners of the Jelly Bean Contest:
•Dustin Gosney – 840
•Mason Thacker – 893
•Chloe Seckman – 872
Please stop by the media center to pick up your jelly beans.
This Thursday we will have ‘B’ clubs. You must have a club card to attend in-school club meetings.
FBLA officer applications for next year are due to Mrs. Hamons Wednesday.
Book & Media Club is hosting a Retro Console Day this Friday after school. Admission is free and the Campbell County Public Library will be providing some retro gaming equipment & pizza. Please sign up this week in the media center so we have a head count for the public library.
Bluegrass book voting is now available on Schoology (CCHS Library Media Cener page). You can still check out the books to read in the library.
The following students need to come to the office to collect their prize for a free lemonade/hot chocolate for meeting the Camel Challenge last week!
Freshman - Kyle Simington, Hunter Arthur, Lauren Taylor
Sophomores - Nathan Beagle, Faith Schmidt, Garrett Griffith
Juniors - Abbie Ross, Brady Hanson, Katie Mertens
Seniors - Jacob Huff, Meredith Kilmer, Katie Hobbs
The two teacher winners are Mrs. Kuper and Mrs. Thornton
Having trouble affording a Prom Dress? Cinderella’s Closet is accepting applications for this weekend’s appointments. Stop by Youth Services Center, A108 for application and information. Applications due by Friday, March 16!
NEED VOLUNTEER HOURS OR JUST WANT TO HELP OUT IN YOUR COMMUNITY!
COMMUNITY CAR CARE IS CELEBRATING THEIR 30TH ANNIVERSARY AND THEY ARE HAVEINGA CELEBRATION DAY ON MAY 12. TIMES ARE 12-5. PLEASE CALL MONA COLLINS AT 635-1788.
For those fans wishing to purchase tickets online for the CCHS boys basketball game and wanting to be near the CCHS assigned sections, the CCHS students will be in section 22, the other pre-sale CCHS sections are 21, 20, and 217, more sections may be added depending on sales.
Attention FBLA Members: If you competed in a prejudged or performance event yesterday, please stop by Mrs. Hamons’ room and get your rating sheets.
Ticket sales: March 26-30
Ticket price: $45/person
**All school fees must be paid to purchase tickets
Date: April 27, 2018
Location: Newport Syndicate
Chemistry club members who want to go on the tour at the NKU chemistry department on Wednesday, March 14, after school should pick up a permission form from Mrs. Weber and return it to her by this Friday, March 9.
Girls: KHSAA State Tournament at NKU – March 7-11
Boys: KHSAA State Tournament at Rupp Arena in Lexington – March 14-18
Attention seniors: if you’d like your baby picture in the yearbook, please submit them to Ms. Rider in Room B220. Your first and last name needs to be on the back and they will be returned to you. The deadline is next Friday, March 9.
The CCHS girls’ basketball team will play Friday at 6:00 pm vs GRC in the semi-finals of the 10th Region basketball tournament at Mason County.
The following FBLA members MUST see Mrs. Hamons today:
The CCHS girls basketball team will play Monday at 730 pm vs Bracken County in the first round of the 10th Region basketball tournament.
The CCHS boys basketball team will play Wednesday at 730 pm vs Harrison County in the first round of the 10th Region basketball tournament.
Please remember that tomorrow is Dress for Success Day! Stop by the concession area during lunch and put your name in drawing for a great prize!
All GIRLS track athletes should meet in Coach McKee’s room today at 2:25 for a brief Monday Meeting.
If you are competing at regionals, you MUST turn in your paperwork and registration fee by this Friday!
Attention seniors: If you’d like your baby picture to be in the yearbook, please turn it in to Ms. Rider in room B220 with your first and last name on the back. The deadline to submit your baby picture is Friday, March 9.
NATIONAL FFA WEEK!!!
TUESDAY: AMERICA DAY
WEDNESDAY: COLLEGE DAY
THURSDAY: FLANNEL DAY
FRIDAY: BLUE AND GOLD DAY
FFA Book & Blanket Drive: Bring all donations to the Ag Lab throughout all of February
Agricultural literacy can be cultivated in any person, no matter the age or experience. Helping others understand the important role agriculture plays in their everyday lives is our goal. We work towards this goal by being a credible source for agricultural literacy information
District Basketball Tournaments
CCHS Girls vs. Calvary/Silver Grove Winner, Tuesday, February 20, at 6:00pm.
CCHS Boys vs. Calvary/Silver Grove Winner, Wednesday, February 21, at 6:00pm
Because this is a KHSAA post-season event NO passes will be accepted including CCS Staff ID’s, Season Athletic Passes, Winter Athlete Passes, and Senior Citizen Passes. Admission will be $5 per person.
--No confetti. No noisemakers, whistles, or laser beams permitted. Signs (must be positive and cannot block view) and flags are OK, but cannot be on any type of stick or pole
No signs or banners may be affixed to walls, railings, or other locations. Shirts and shoes must remain on. Body paint is not to be used inside the building.
--All fans should be seated in the bleachers; no one should be standing at the ends of the court behind the goals.
Attention Ski Club Members, the 4th ski trip is this Friday. Bus will load in front of small gym lobby at 2:15 and will leave at 2:25. Cost to ride bus is $10. See Mr. Morris if you have any questions.
Pay-as-you-go skiers are welcome anytime and can now pay online by logging on to perfectnorth.com with our club account.
Baseball tryouts will begin on February 15th, if you plan to try out for baseball please stop by Coach Schweitzer’s room to sign up and get information. All athletes must have a valid physical on file in order to try out.
If you are interested in being an FBLA officer next year, please stop by Mrs. Hamons’ room B201 and pick up an application. Applications are due March 2.
JUNIORS - After school ACT prep begins next week! Any junior can sign up in the guidance office by Friday, Feb. 9!
Math prep - the week of Feb. 12
English prep - the week of Feb. 19
Reading prep - the week of Feb. 26
Science prep - the week of Mar. 5
Next week (Feb 12 thru 16) is Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) Week sponsored by FBLA, FCLA, FFA, and TSA which will benefit the March of Dimes. We will have a “dime” war between the classes and teachers at lunch. The winning class will receive bragging rights.
Monday – Member Appreciation Day – Please see your CTSO sponsor and wear purple to show support for the March of Dimes.
Tuesday – Teacher Appreciation Day – Please tell your teachers how much you appreciate them.
Wednesday – Administration Appreciation Day – Please tell them how much you appreciate what they do for CCHS!
Thursday – Wear Your Favorite University Gear
Friday – Wear Your Club Shirt and/or Club Colors
Sarah Moser was a top 4 finalist in the Cincinnati Overture Awards Scholarship Vocal Competition held this past Saturday!! She will sing & compete again on March 3 w/ possibility of winning up to $4k. This competition began in Jan with over 60 students from Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky. This is the first time a CCHS student has made it to the top 4 finalists in the vocal competition.
Audition materials for the spring musical, THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, are now available in Mr. Bertucci’s, Mr, Huff’s, and Mrs. Vande Water’s rooms. Info is also available on Schoology in the Hunchback Auditions group.
FFA Valentine's Day Flowers
Delivered February 14th, 3rd Period
Carnation Bud Vases $8
Single Carnation $3
Pink or Red
Sold during lunch from January 29- February 5
Congrats to the following dress for success winners!!
Please come to the mail office and pick up your prize!
Tomorrow will be Dress for Success Day! Please dress to impress and put your name in a drawing during lunch in the concession area.
Anyone who would like their pet’s picture in the yearbook, please submit them to Ms. Rider in Room B220.
Cameron Bechtol , Austin Hitt, Aleah Staggs, and Kaylee Hitt finished in the top four in the singles division of the regional bowling tournament. All four players will advance to compete in the KHSAA Singles State Championship on February 8th in Louisville. Both the boys and girls bowling teams finished runner-up at the Region 5 Tournament. The Camels will now advance to compete in the KHSAA State Tournament on February 9 in Louisville.
Campbell County Theatre Arts presents
A Comedy about Love and Dreams:
February 2-4 7:30pm Friday/Saturday & 2:00pm Sunday
Tickets: $8-online, in the media center, & at the door!!
Congratulations to both the boys and girls bowling teams for finishing runner-up at the Region 5 Tournament. The Camels will now advance to compete in the KHSAA State Tournament on February 8-9 in Louisville.
Come out and support your CCHS Competition Cheerleaders as they showcase their Nationals routine!
Also featuring a Nationals performances by our CCMS cheerleaders!
Febuary 6th 6:00 P.M. in the Practice Gym! $2 at the door!
The following students won last week's Camel Challenge! Please come down to the main office Freshman - Taylor Benke, Sydney McKinney, Brennan Perkins
Sophomores - Mallory Holbrook, Katie Mitchell, Logan Busher
Juniors - Justin Bennett, Marissa Barth, Dyllan Steffens
Seniors - Ashley Peyton, Jordan Bryan, Nichole Riedmatterto get your prize.
Congratulations to the CCHS Dance Team!!
They took 1st place in the small, varsity division at KDCO Regional competition in Oldham County. Great job, camels!!! Way to represent!!
Build a dream!!
Saturday, March 10, 2018
Location: Gateway Community & Technical College Urban Campus Gym
Volunteer: Build and or deliver beds
Donations: Bed in a bag, twin bedding, pillows, night lights, hygiene items etc.
Monetary Donations: Sponsor entire bed 150$, bedding 50$, pillow 5$
It's that time of year again! Cinderella's Closet is taking referrals, the deadline is Wednesday, March 14. Please see the Youth Service Center in room A108 for more information.
Mr. Scheid and Mr. Sauerbeck will be organizing a fan bus for February 2nd when our #1 ranked girls play #2 ranked Sacred Heart. Deadline to sign up is January 26th, please see Mr. Scheid for more information.
Astronomy club members who are planning on going to the planetarium this afternoon MUST see Mrs. Weber before noon today (Wednesday).
Attention Seniors: If you have NOT had your senior picture taken by Prestige for the yearbook, please see Ms. Rider for details about scheduling an appointment. Prestige has agreed to extend the deadline but you MUST see Ms. Rider for scheduling by Friday, January 26.
A Camel Pride card was picked from each grade level to win a pizza party during CLC time! The winning CLC groups are: Mr. Gray, Mrs. Elsbernd, Mrs. O'Bryan, and Ms. Berkley!
Congratulations and enjoy your pizza tomorrow!!
Ski Club will be going to Perfect North all Fridays in January and the first Friday in February. Please see Mr. Morris (gym) for more information. Pay-as-you-go skiers are welcome anytime and can now pay online by logging on to perfectnorth.com with our club account. The bus will be $10 each week and you will need to sign up with Mr. Morris.
The Crosstown Showdown games between CCHS and Bishop Brossart will be played this Friday night at Campbell County Middle School. The girls game is at 6:00pm and the boys game at 7:30pm. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students. THERE ARE NO PASSES ACCEPTED FOR THIS EVENT, INCLUDING SEASON ATHLETIC PASSES, COACHES PASSES, STAFF ID BADGES, WINTER ATHLETE PASSES, SENIOR CITIZEN PASSES, ETC.
If you are competing in the FBLA Regional Leadership Conference in March at NKU, you must see Mrs. Hamons in B201 by tomorrow (Thursday).
Freshman Representatives: Abigail Nelson and Tanner Cigolotti
Sophomore Representatives: Kayli Redwine and Nate James
Junior Representatives: Kimmie Webster and Tanner Lawrence
Snowball Queen: Sophia Lauer
Snowball King: Cory Rauch
The following student passed the MOS Certification for Word! Please congratulate him.
Applications to work behind the scenes of the winter play, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, are now available in Mr. Bertucci ‘s room. Interested students should turn in their completed copy by Wednesday.
Congratulations to the students who were voted to be on Snowball Court. The list is posted in the concession area.
KHSAA State Cheer Competition – Saturday, December 9 at Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington – Time: 4:00pm
Any girl interested in track who missed the meeting, please see Coach McKee in A161 to sign up and get information.
Join Book & Media Club in the Media Center after school this Wednesday for a Holiday/Nintendo celebration! It’s SWITCH-MAS! $3 to enter – bring any Nintendo games, etc. – pizza provided – until 5pm
Help us celebrate Computer Science Education Week!
Each day a computing / coding challenge will be posted to Schoology and on the announcements. Complete the challenge and bring a certificate of completion to the library OR take a screen shot of the completed challenge and email email@example.com for a chance to win a lunch of your choice! This contest is open to staff and students.
DAY 1 Challenge: Create your own Google logo!!
The following students passed the MOS Certification for Word today! Please congratulate them.
The following students passed the MOS Certification for Word yesterday! Please congratulate them.
The Camel Challenge Winners for "being thankful to be a Camel and showing respect" are:
12th - Priya Patel, Andy Neltner, Mohamed Adan
11th - Khristian Fletcher, Elizabeth Simons, Alyssa Boldt
10th - Robert Rudolph, Mariya Svichnykova, Nathan Schneider
9th - Brandy Bezold, Noel Slone, Briana Lyall
Please come to the office to claim your prize!
Any girl interested in participating in track and field this spring, please plan to attend a quick meeting Thursday during CLC from 11:00-11:15 AM in the large gym. If you have any questions, please see Coach McKee in A161.
Join 5 Camel teams tonight in the gym at 7pm for our Camel Madness event!!!
Auditions for the winter comedy, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, will be held Nov. 27 & 28. All students are welcome to audition. Sign up and pick up required materials in Mr. Bertucci ‘s room, B219.
POST SEASON ATHLETICS
Football – Friday, November 10 – CCHS at Louisville Trinity at 7:30pm.
Tickets will be $8.00 at the gate with ages 10 and under free. No passes will be accepted
ATHLETIC SPECIAL EVENTS
Camel Madness – Thursday, November 16 at 7pm.
There will be a cross country meeting for all runners tomorrow at 11:00, toward the end of CLC, in Coach McKee’s room. Please bring your uniforms at that time.
The football team will play at Louisville Trinity High School in the second round of the KHSAA playoffs this Friday, November 10 at 7:30pm.
Tickets will be $8.00 at the gate the night of the game.
Pre-sale tickets, at the price of $6.00 each, will be available Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday during lunch time in the gym concession stand. No passes will be accepted.
Congratulations to the cast and crew of TWELVE ANGRY JURORS on a great weekend of performances!
Anyone interested in joining the Hiking Club, please see Ms. Rider in room B220 or Ms. Brown. We will be planning our first hike soon.
The CCHS football team will play at Louisville Trinity High School in the second round of the KHSAA playoffs this Friday, November 10 at 7:30pm. Tickets will be $8.00 at the gate the night of the game with ages 10 and under free. Pre-sale tickets, at the price of $6.00 each, will be available Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday during lunch time in the gym concession stand. No passes will be accepted.
Tickets are now on sale for our fall play, TWELVE ANGRY JURORS. With special seating for this unique production, tickets are limited, so get yours soon - online or in the media center. Info at cctheatrearts.org
In celebration of Mole Day, the CCHS chemistry club is sponsoring two contests. Each day this week, a picture of a mole will be hidden around the halls of the school. If you find it, bring it to Mrs. Weber in room A235 for a fabulous prize.
There will be a mole decorating contest. If you are interested, pick up the instructions from Mrs. Weber in her room soon. The top three entries will win prizes.
Boys’ freshmen basketball tryouts will be held October 24-26 from 5-6:30. You must have a physical turned in to tryout.
The following students have won last week's Camel Challenge. Please come to the main office to collect your prize:
9th grade - Madelynn McDonald, Luke Sizemore, & Daniel Eaton
10th grade - Chloe Drake, Elaina Ruschman, & Adam Mullins
11th grade - Chloe Bischoff, Drew Lederer, & Mariah Bush
12th grade - Drew Hegner, Madison Humphrey, & Corey Rauch
The teacher winner is Ms. Noe!
The football team is selling football T-shirts at the discounted price of $5 while supplies last starting Tuesday. If you are interested, see coach Lickert in room B203.
Attention Students Attending the Youth Summit at NKU this Friday: We will leave at 8am. Please report to the front lobby, in front of the Media Center at 7:50. If you have any questions, please stop by the Youth Service Center.
FBLA members who attended the regional fall conference at NKU on Tuesday, please pick up your t-shirt from Mrs. Hamons.
Attention Campbell County siblings – if you’d like your picture to be in the yearbook, please see Ms. Rider in room B220 before or after school or during CLC to have your picture taken. Or, you can drop off a picture with your name on the back. Deadline is Friday, October 20
Boys’ Basketball Tryouts for Varsity and JV will be October 16th – 18th, 2:30 – 5:00 each day. You must have a current, up to date physical on file to try out.
Boys’ Basketball Tryouts for Freshman will be October 24th – 26th, 6:00 each day. You must have a current, up to date physical on file to try out.
Chemistry Club Members: Don’t forget to meet in Mrs. Weber’s room right after school on Wednesday, September 27, to help paint the theme banner for the homecoming parade.
Sashes for Homecoming must be made in Ms. Howard’s room (A153) TODAY after school until 3:30pm. All sashes MUST be made in A153 with the materials provided, per homecoming rules.
FBLA will once again be sponsoring Dress for Success Day the last Tuesday of each month. Therefore, on Tuesday, please dress in business attire. You can get your name in a drawing for prizes and two students will win a FREE Snowball Dance Ticket!
On Friday, October 20 we will be having a pink out for the football game. We will be taking pre-orders for pink out shirts Tuesday thru Friday of next week in the concession area during lunch. The shirts are $10. See Mrs. Hamons if you have questions.
Ms. Arthur is sponsoring a new club called the Plant Based Enthusiasts. This club is for any student living a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle or interested in learning about plant based living. The club will meet in her classroom, A184,on 'B' club days and the first club meeting is today.
Sashes for Homecoming must be made in Ms. Howard’s room (A153). Available times are:
Today afterschool until 3:30pm
Monday during 2nd period or afterschool until 3:30pm
Tuesday during 2nd period or afterschool until 3:30pm
All sashes MUST be made in A153 with the materials provided, per homecoming rules.
Any high school student interested in joining the High School Swimming and Diving team for the upcoming season needs to attend a mandatory meeting on Tuesday September 26th at 6:00 PM in the high school media center. Parents are also encouraged to attend the meeting.
We are having our first fundraiser for Project Graduation on Sept 24 at CCHS. It is a car show. We will need students to help work the event from 8:30-4:00. Sign-up sheets will be hanging on the Youth Service Center Door, Room A108. Please help us get this event off to a great start, it is huge money maker for Project Grad. We are also looking for judges so if you have a family member or friend who is a car fanatic, please have them contact us to find out details about being a judge.
Baseball will begin hosting open fields on Thursdays from 3:00-5:00. This is for all kids interested in playing baseball and not participating in a fall sport.
Any students interested in participating on the Future Problem Solving team should contact Mrs. Weber in room A235. There will be a short meeting after school Friday, September 8, in Mrs. Weber's room. If you cannot make the meeting, meet with Mrs. Weber for a few minutes after school on Monday, September 11.
There is a mandatory homecoming meeting for all candidates and their escorts on Monday in the Media Center at 2:30 p.m. Please see Mrs. Hamons if you have questions.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be taking donations in the concession area during 5th period through September 7th. All funds raised will go to Hurricane Harvey relief.
Book & Media Club members MUST have a club card to attend the meeting this Thursday. Dues are $3 and can be paid in the media center before or after school.
CCHS Homecoming Dance is Saturday September 30 from 7-11PM Tickets ($15) will be on sale Monday Sept. 25 thru Thurs. Sept. 28 during Lunch. You must have a permission slip signed to purchase ticket!
School picture retake day will be on Friday, October 27 beginning at 9:00 a.m.
Please see Mrs. Hamons in B201 to pay your FBLA dues of $15. If you pay your dues by September 20, you will receive your FREE FBLA t-shirt.
See Mrs. Hamons for a permission slip for our first field trip to the Kentucky Derby Museum. This field trip is limited to the first 20 FBLA members.
CCHS Homecoming Parade will be on Thursday, September 28 beginning at 6:30. The Homecoming game will be on Friday, September 29 at 7:00 and the dance will be on Saturday, September 30 here at CCHS.
Presale tickets for Friday night’s varsity football game at Highlands will be on sale Thursday and Friday at lunchtime in the concession area. The price is $4 for students and $6 for adults. Game time is 7pm at Highlands High School.
Book & Media club dues can now be paid in the media center before or after school. Dues are $3 and you will receive a club card.
Pep club dues are to be turned into Mr. Scheid before or after school before September 7th. Dues are $10.00 and get you a shirt and club card. Students will not attend meetings without a card.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes club dues are to be turned into Mr. Scheid before or after school before September 7th. Dues are $10.00 and get you a shirt and club card.
Cross Country Runners should ride bus 93 on first wave to the middle school today.
Auditions for the Fall Play, TWELVE ANGRY JURORS, will be held next Monday & Tuesday, August 28 & 29. Sign up and pick up required materials in Mr. Bertucci's room, B219.
It’s not too late! Any student interested in joining the cross country team should sign up with Coach McKee in A161 (English Hallway) by the end of the week.
School picture day is Wednesday, August 23.
Attention seniors: Please make sure you have your senior picture taken at Prestige for the yearbook. The deadline is October 19. Please see Ms. Rider with any questions.
Join us for a solar eclipse viewing party in the library on Monday, August 21, immediately after school. Bring $2.00 if you want pizza and a drink. Sign up in the library by Friday, August 18.
The Campbell County High Athletic Department offers a season pass that is good for admittance to all home athletic events with the exception of any post season contest and the CCHS/Brossart basketball games. The price of a season pass for this year is Adults $60 and Students $30.
Passes will be sold at the following times. Students may purchase passes for adults during these times as well. Cash, check, or credit cards are welcome. Checks should be made out to CCHS ATHLETICS.
Dates, Times, and Locations...
August 16, 17, and 18 – During lunch time in main gym concession stand. NOTE: Students may purchase passes for adults during these times as well.