District News

Boys' Basketball Golf Outing

The CCHS Boys' Basketball Program will host a Golf outing at A.J. Jolly Golf Course on Saturday, August 29th at 1:00 p.m.

Please help support the defending 2014 -2015 10th Region Champs by participating in this fun filled event!   Click here for more information.

Campbell Nationally Ranked – 6th time in 3 years

Campbell County School District learned this week that Campbell County High School has received yet another national ranking. CCHS received a Silver ranking from U.S. News and World Report ranking CCHS 13th in the State of Kentucky only behind Fort Thomas and Beechwood in NKY and 1404 in the nation.  As such, CCHS has now received national rankings from all four groups (Newsweek, The Daily Beast, The Washington Post, and now U.S. News and World Report. A three-step process determined the Best High Schools. The first two steps ensured that the schools serve all of their students well, using their performance on the math and reading parts of their state proficiency tests as the benchmarks. For those schools that made it past the first two steps, a third step assessed the degree to which schools prepare students for college-level work.

This is the 6th National Ranking for the NKY Campbell County School System in three years. The district is also classified as a Distinguished/Progressing District on Kentucky State Assessments. 

Sign Up Now for Your Favorite Campbell Co. Summer Sports Camp

The 2015 Summer Sports Camps brochure is now available. The deadline for all registrations is on Friday, June 5th.

Please click here to view the camps that are available this summer.

Congratulations PEAK Award Recipients

Congratulations to the Campbell County Board of Education and the FRYSC and school counselors on receiving the PEAK Award from the Kentucky School Board Association for their district-wide comprehensive school counseling program.  This program has been deemed a state-wide model by KSBA and has received this prestigious award as a result.  Great job!

CCHS Teacher Michael Florimonte KY Jumpstart Coalition Financial Literacy Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to CCHS teacher, Michael Florimonte on being named the recipient of the 2015 KY Jumpstart Coalition Financial Literacy Teacher of the Year. The Financial Literacy Teacher of the Year award from the Kentucky Jumpstart Coalition honors a Kentucky teacher in grades K-12 who demonstrates an exceptional commitment to teaching financial literacy topics and motivating students to learn about personal finance. The $250 grand prize can be used for financial literacy classroom materials or to attend the national Jumpstart teacher conference. Way to go “Flo”! 

Campbell Ridge Elementary 2nd Grader will Compete in The National Braille Challenge

Campbell Ridge Elementary 2nd grader, Calli Larison, will be competing in The National Braille Challenge competition in Los Angeles in June. Calli is one of 12 students in the nation in her age group to qualify for this honor. She won the regional competition for reading comprehension, and is the only student from Kentucky to qualify this year. You rock, Calli!! Good luck!! 

Campbell County Receives 3rd National Ranking

In 2013, Newsweek Magazine listed Campbell County High School as one of the best public high schools in the nation based on strong academic and advanced placement programs. In the Spring of 2014, CCS received a second national ranking. The Washington Post ranked Campbell County High School as one of the most challenging high schools in the nation.  This week, Campbell County High School received a 3rd National Ranking.  The Daily Beast ranked CCHS 531 in the nation in its 2014 Top High Schools Report.  In addition to these national rankings, Campbell County Schools is also a "Distinguished” district on the Kentucky State Assessments.  Congratulations students and staff!

CCHS Juniors Become Stock Market Champions

Campbell County High School juniors Lydia Schneider and Hollie Turner were honored by the Kentucky Council on Economic Education on May 14 at Bellarmine University for winning the Spring 2015 Stock Market Game State Championship. Lydia and Hollie out performed 322 teams and 1,400 students from around the state to take 1st Place in the competition. Their portfolio had a growth of 13.82%  above the S&P 500 during the 10week competition with a Net Equity Gain of $14,805.92 which was $12,131.01 greater in value than the 2nd Place team in the state. They learned about investing and the Stock Market in Mr. Florimonte's Retail Marketing class.

Congratulations girls on your outstanding accomplishment!

Baseball announcements

Congratulations to Robert Metz and Brady Sansom. Robert was selected as an All-Star by the Northern Kentucky Baseball Coach Association as a catcher. Brady was selected as All Conference in the Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference.  Also, Coach Scott Schweitzer received the “Coach Connor” Coach of the Year award in the NKBCA.

Congratulations guys!

cchs college signings

Congratulations to the following students on their college signings:

Amber Holzschuh – Swimming – Asbury College;  Michael Dumaine – Soccer – Hanover College 

Eric “Willy“ Cox – Baseball - Cinti. Christian;   Johnny Eblin – Baseball - Ky. Weslyan; Robert Metz – Baseball - Cinti. Christian; Brady Sansom – Baseball - Cinti. Christian; Cameron Edwards – Baseball - Spaulding University; James Wilbers - Men's Soccer- Wilmington College (not pictured) Click here for their pictures.

Cincinnati Enquirer Winter All-Stars

Congratulations to these Campbell County High School student/athletes who have been named to the Cincinnati Enquirer Winter All-Stars. Click here for the full list.  

A complete list of winter all-stars and more information can be found at: www.cincinnati.com/sports/ky-high-school/

Sophomore Accepted into the gatton academy of mathematics and science

Congratulations to CCHS 10th grader Gabrielle Witt who has been accepted into the prestigious Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science for the 2015-16 school year. 

We are very proud of Gabrielle on this outstanding achievement and exciting learning opportunity!

3A KHSAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

The boys and girls track team competed in the 3A KHSAA State Championships Saturday on the campus of the University of Kentucky. The girls finished as a team in 13th place, while the boys finished in 39th place.  Click here to view individual results.

CCHS Girls Track and Field Team Regional Runner- up

Congratulations to the CCHS Girls Track and Field Team for being Regional Runner-Up at the Regional Track Meet this weekend.  The KHSAA State Track Meet will be held this Saturday, May 23rd at the University of Kentucky at 4:30pm.  Click here to view the list of qualifying students.

Congratulations Culinary Camels

Congratulations to the Culinary Camels on their competition Friday evening against Montgomery County High School in the KY Department of Agriculture's JR Chef Competition.

Team members are:

Hannah Styer (Senior)

James Rigg (Junior)

Hannah Rauch (Junior)

They did a great job and are the regional runner up! Congratulations, we are proud of you!

CCHS student chosen to attend Congress Honors program in Boston

Congratulations to Freshman, Kaleb Ledonne who has been chosen to attend the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Boston, MA June 28th-30th.  The Congress is an honors-only program for high school students who are passionate about science, technology, engineering or mathematics. To read more, click here.

We are proud of you Kaleb!

CCMS Student Proves Amazing Cup Stacking Skills

CCMS School 8th Grade Student, Nick Stamm, showed his impeccable cup stacking skills this morning on Local 12 news. Click here to watch his amazing video.

Campbell Ridge Students named State Grade Level Winners in National Handwriting Contest

Congratulations to the following Campbell Ridge students for being named a State Grade-Level Winner in the Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting Contest:

Kendall Wallace - Kindergarten

Kailey Wendel - Grade 1

Gabriella Combs - Grade 2

Ella Stahl - Grade 4

 

Approximately 300,000 students participated in this year's contest. As a State Grade-Level Winner, they are now eligible to compete for a Grand National Champion title. 

Congratulations Comets!

4-H Summer Funshops and Day Camps

The Cooperative Extension Service is offering many opportunities through 4-H this summer!

Please click here to view flyer and registration information.

Duke University Talent Identification Program

Congratulations to these 7th Grade students who participated in the Duke University Talent Identification Program.

Based on the scores they received on the ACT, ten of these students have qualified for the  State Recognition Ceremony at Western Kentucky University. Three students are still waiting for their scores.  One student, JT Reagor, also qualified for the Grand Recognition Ceremony held at Duke University by scoring a 26 on the ACT.

Click here to view the participants.

CCHS Senior Receives National Merit University of Kentucky Scholarship

Congratulations to CCHS Senior, Sean Field, on receiving the National Merit University of Kentucky Scholarship covering full tuition, room and board, travel abroad and a stipend.  What a great scholarship for an outstanding young man! 

Congratulations, Sean!

Reiley Roadrunners Chorus Receives 1st Place in Music in the Parks Festival

The Reiley Elementary Roadrunner Chorus participated in the Kings Island Music in the Parks Festival May 2, 2015 and received 1st place in their category. Students received comments on how to improve their performance, a trophy for their performance and also enjoyed a fun filled day at Kings Island!

Earlier this year, the students participated in the Kentucky Music Educators Association 6th District Performance Assessment Festival and received distinguished ratings!

Congrats Reiley Elementary School Chorus on a great job this year!  

Regional Boys' Tennis Doubles Championship Winners

Congratulations to Jake Walters and Mason Geiman who won the Regional Boys Tennis Doubles Championship (first double championship in over 20 years for CCHS) and qualified for the KHSAA State Tennis Tournament May 13 -16 in Lexington. 

Rachel Crigler and Anderson McDowell also qualified for the KHSAA State Tennis Tournament in singles play after advancing to the regional semifinals.

The Boys Tennis team was the Regional Tournament team Runner-up as well.

Congratulations Camels!

Jennah Flairty Nominated for LaRosa's MVP of the Week

CCHS Senior Track and Cross-Country runner Jennah Flairty is nominated for the LaRosa’s MVP of the week.  You can vote for Jennah at www.LarosasMVP.com.  Click here to read more.

Go Jennah!

CCMS Band Director Skydives for a Great Cause

CCMS Band Director Stephen Dietsch would go to incredible heights for his students...literally! As a reward to the CCMS 7th grade band for earning a DISTINGUISHED rating at the recent Kentucky Music Educators Association State Assessment, Mr. Dietsch followed through on his promise to Skydive!

Check out the video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJ7zTv_BLWQ 

CCS Volunteer Recognized

Congratulations to Mrs. Christy Eby for receiving the One to One Literacy Volunteer of the Year Award at the Northern Kentucky Education Council “Excellence in Education” Awards Dinner last month. 

Thank you, Christy, for all of your countless hours spent volunteering to make Campbell County Schools the best district around.  We appreciate you!

KyAEA Northern Region Art Competition Winners

The KyAEA Northern Region Art Competition was held over break.  Please help me in congratulating the following students who won awards.  The top two  students have qualified to compete in Louisville in the All-State Awards in their respective categories:

Isaiah Deinlein – Photography – 2nd place

Olivia Cassinelli – Video Art – 1st place

Chelsea Brownfield – Graphic Design – 2nd place

Megan Franzen – Graphic Design – Honorable Mention

Tristan Jones – Printmaking – 3rd place

Hogan Oldiges – Sculpture – Honorable Mention

Lily Bischoff – Digital Media – Honorable Mention

 

Congratulations!

CCHS Senior Athletes Win Scholarship

Congratulations to Michael Dumaine and Alicia Russell for being named the 10th Region Athletic Directors Association Outstanding Senior Male and Female Academic - Athlete.  This award also includes a $250 scholarship.

Way to go!

Campbell Ridge Elementary Class Takes First Place in Pull Tab Contest

Congratulations to Mrs. Arnold's class at Campbell Ridge Elementary for taking first place in the Ronald McDonald House Charities TABulations program. They contributed 468 pounds of pull tabs.

Click here to read more.  Way to go Comets!!!

CCHS Student Raises $12K to Restore WWII Monument

Congratulations to CCHS Sophomore Noah Sell on raising $12K to restore an aging WWII monument that graces the entrance to Bob Miller Stadium at Campbell County Middle School. 

Thanks to his hard work and efforts, the monument will now be restored and moved to a more prominent location. To read more about this amazing story click here.

Thank you Noah for tenacity and hard work!

CCHS Senior Receives 2015 Civic Leadership Award

Congratulations to CCHS senior, Danielle Martin, on receiving a 2015 Civic Leadership Award from Kids Voting Northern Kentucky.  Danielle received the award at the annual Kids Voting Northern Kentucky luncheon. 

Great job, Danielle!

Volleyball Coaches Needed

Love volleyball and want to help build the program at CCHS?  Campbell County High School is currently looking for both a freshman and a varsity assistant coach. Click here to apply or contact CCHS Athletic Director, Steve Hensley at 635-4161 or via email at stephen.hensley@campbell.kyschools.us.  

Go Camels!

CCMS 8th Grader Receives Honorable Mention in Scholastic Writing Awards

Nicholas Yungbluth, an 8th grader at CCMS, was the recipient of an honorable mention in the Scholastic Writing Awards for the 2014-2015 school year.

The ceremony was held on April 26th at Covington Catholic High School. Nicholas' mentor for his winning piece was Mr. Jeffrey Marks.

Congratulations Nicholas!

SPORTS PHYSICALS AVAILABLE MONDAY, JUNE 1ST

CCHS will be having sports physicals on Monday, June 1st starting at 6pm. All aged students are welcome. KHSAA Physical form is required. Click here to download the physical form.

Questions?  Call CCHS Athletics @ 448-4896 or email Angie Lambert at angie.lambert@campbell.kyschools.us   

For more information click here .

The Greenhouse is now Open at CCHS

Come see us and support Campbell County FFA!  Hours are M-F 8-6; SAT  8-12 and CLOSED SUNDAY & Rain days.

Click here to view the wonderful variety of items available at the greenhouse.

Graduate Flying Pig Winner

Congratulations to 2010 CCHS graduate Robbie Scharold for winning the Flying Pig Half Marathon!  Way to go!

CCHS Sophomore's Project Designed to Restore WWII Monument

A special thank you goes to CCHS sophomore, Noah Sell, for his project designed to restore the WWII Monument at Campbell County Middle School.  Click here to read more about Noah's plan.  Contributions are tax deductible.  Checks shuold be made payable to "WWII Memorial-VFW Post 3205" and mailed to Noah Sell-WWII Memorial, 9301 Royal Oak Drive, Alexandria, KY  41001.

Great job, Noah!

Congratulations Governor's Scholars Recipients

We are thrilled to announce ALL 13 of our Governor's Scholars Applicants were accepted into the 2015 program!  Click here to view the names of the recipients.

Congratulations to these CCHS students accepted into the Governor's School for the Arts:

Connor Daniels, Vocal music
Megan Franzen, Visual art

Congratulations! We are proud of you!

Reiley Elementary Teacher named Warm 98 Teacher of the Week

Congratulations to fourth grade teacher Mrs. Angela Beiting from Reiley Elementary who has been named the Warm 98 Teacher of the Week!   Mrs. Beiting was surprised today with an award from Warm 98, gifts from Half-Price Books, tickets to the Cincinnati Pops Symphony and gifts from Modern Office Methods.  In addition, her class was given tickets to CoCoKey Indoor Waterpark and pizza from Westcoast Pizza.  Mrs. Beiting was nominated by the parent of Aidan Hiance. 

Congratulations Mrs. Beiting!

CCHS Hall of Fame Nominations Currently Being Accepted

The CCHS Hall of Fame nominations are now being accepted until May 30th.

Nomination forms can be found by logging onto the camelpride.com website, going to the Fan Zone tab and clicking on Forms or click here to download form.

NKAC Players of the Year

Congratulations to the following CCHS athletes for being named NKAC Player of the Year in the following sports:

Boys Bowling – Tyler Widmeyer

Wrestling – Austin Myers

NKAC Division I Athletes:

Boys Basketball - Matt Wilson and Deondre Jackson

Girls Basketball - Taylor Clos and MacKenzie Schwarber

CCHS Student wins Essay Contest
Congratulations to Freshman Syd Fillhardt who was awarded the school winner award for her essay on Soil and Bluegrass – Kentucky’s Two Great Resources from the Campbell County Conservation District.
 
Syd also received The House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Ky Citation of Achievement award for her essay. The Theme was Protect Kentucky’s Soil. Syd’s essay was one of seven essays chosen from over 170 entries. Her teacher, Mr. Nick Haigis sponsored Syd for the contest. They were both honored at an awards ceremony held at in the cafeteria on March 12th. The contest was sponsored by KY Farm Bureau Federation and the Kentucky Association of Conservation District.
 
Congratulations Syd! We are proud of you!
CCHS Senior Wins National Wrestling Championship

Campbell County senior Austin Myers won his third national championship in the 220-pound weight class at the National High School Wrestling Championships held last weekend in Virginia Beach, Va.

Myers, who posted a perfect 182-0 record wrestling for Campbell County over the past four seasons, defeated Kenneth Brinson of Georgia, 8-5, in the 220-pound senior division national finals. In last year’s junior division finals, Brinson defeated Myers in that same weight class.

This is the fourth consecutive year that Myers wrestled in the 220-pound weight class final at the national tournament that has separate divisions for freshmen, sophomores, junior and seniors. Myers won national titles in that weight class as a freshman and sophomore and then placed second as a junior.He will continue his wrestling career at the University of West Virginia.

Congratulations Austin!!!

2015 Kentucky School Nutrition Assoc. Employee of the Year

Congratulations to Kathy Lauer who is the 2015 Kentucky School Nutrition Association (KSNA) Employee of the Year. 

This award recognizes non-managerial school nutrition employees for the contributions they have made throughout their school nutrition career.  Kathy is a great example of “Doing Whatever it Takes” to provide excellent food services to the students, staff and families of Campbell County every day. 

Kathy will be recognized at the Kentucky School Nutrition Association’s Annual Conference in Lexington, KY on June 23 and has been awarded an all-expenses paid trip to the National School Nutrition Associations’ Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, July 12 – 15 where she will be recognized at the Red Carpet Awards Ceremony along with the other state winners.

We are proud of you Kathy!

Congratulations CCHS FBLA Members

Please congratulate the follow Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members who placed at our State Leadership conference in Louisville:

Michael Dumaine - 3rd Place Business Calculations

Mitchell Turner - 2nd Place Business Math

Eric Bingham - 4th Place Business Procedures

Brandon Hart - 1st Place Digital Video Production

Drake Boling - 3rd Place Economics

Colton Gearhart - 3rd Place Word Processing

Our chapter was recognized for participating in the State Fundraiser, State Project, and for achieving the prestigious Commonwealth Award of Merit.

Michael Dumaine, Mitchell Turner, Brandon Hart, Braden Ramsey, Ryan Simington, and Mrs. Hamons will be attending our National Leadership Conference in Chicago, IL this summer.

Teachers of Excellence

Thursday, April 23, 2015, Campbell County teachers, Jennie Finke and Kelly Jones were recognized as Top 10 Teachers of Excellence at the Greater Cincinnati Teachers of Excellence Banquet.  The Teachers of Excellence awards is an annual program that honors teachers who go above and beyond their duties and make a positive impact on their students, schools and communities. Jennie and Kelly were two of 10 teachers from around the tri-state to be selected as honorees. Each winner received a plaque, a $500 shopping spree at the John R. Green Company, dinner for themselves and guests, as well as several other extremely nice gifts.  WCPO's anchor Kathrine Nero was the emcee and Three Rivers superintendent, Craig Hockenberry, was the keynote speaker.  The event was held at Cincinnati Christian College.  For a complete list of the 2015 winners click here.

Congratulations Jennie and Kelly – Campbell County teachers of Excellence!

Congratulations 6th Grade Winners in Patriot's Pen Contest

We would like to give a big shout- out to some CCMS sixth graders for being local and district winners for the VFW's Patriot's Pen Contest. 

Early in the year, all accelerated ELA sixth graders wrote an essay about why they appreciate veterans. Students had the option of formally entering the VFW contest after receiving teacher feedback. 

Lauren Taylor won first place at our local VFW post, first place in the district competition, and fourth place in the state competition!  She was honored Tuesday evening at VFW Post 6423 in Elsmere.  

Other local winners were Kadyn Matthews, Mattea Meiser, and Ella Schloemer.  The local winners will be recognized during the Memorial Day Parade.

Congratulations to all those that participated!

Girls' Baskteball Golf Outing

The CCHS Girls' Basketball Program will be sponsoring a golf outing  on Saturday, May 30th, 2015 at A.J. Jolly Golf Course. 12 PM Shot Gun Start, (Registration is from 10:30- a.m. - 12:00) 

Click here for more information and how to register.