John W. Reiley Elementary School News

CCHS Drama Presents BIG FISH

           CCHS Drama presents 

                    BIG FISH

               May 1 - 3

7:30pm Friday & Saturday / 2:00pm Sunday

Tickets online, in the school media center, and at the door.

More info on our website.

Click here for more info.

Thank you for your support!

Campbell County Tennis Fundraiser at City BBQ

The Campbell Co. Tennis team will hold a fundraiser at City BBQ in Highland Heights on Thursday, April 30th.

25% of your purchase will go back to the team. You must bring the flyer with you. Click here for the flyer.

Thank you for your support!

Camels for a Cause Walk for Autism

The Campbell County team, Camels for a Cause, will once again be selling t-shirts for the Cincinnati Walk Now for Autism Speaks.  Last year, with your support, Camels for a Cause raised over $2,000!  This year, we hope to have even more people register to walk with us and show their continued support!

The walk will take place May 16th, at Coney Island.  T-shirts are available to order until May 1st and are $10 each.  Please click here to see information on how to order, and other information about the walk.  Please contact Jessica Pierce or Karly Adams for more information.

You can register to walk and make donations by visiting www.walknowforautismspeaks.org or click here for more information.

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.

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!

Please Support the Becky Veirs Memorial Scholarship Fund

Ms. Veirs, a Special Education teacher at Crossroads Elementary School, had passed away suddenly on December 28, 2007 from ARVD (a rare genetic heart condition).

A scholarship was setup in memory of Becky at CCHS. In order to raise money for the scholarship, we do what she loved best, go to a REDS game! The game this year will be Friday, May 29th at 7:10 p.m. Tickets are $25 each and all proceeds benefit Becky Veirs Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Please click here for more information on how to purchase your tickets today.

Thank you for your support!

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!

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 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!

Campbell Co. Teachers Chosen as Teachers of Excellence

Congratulations to Mrs. Jennifer Finke from Crossroads Elementary and Ms. Kelly Jones from Reiley Elementary for being chosen in the top 10 2015 Greater Cincinnati Teachers of Excellence. They both will be recognized at the 2015 Greater Cincinnati Teachers of Excellence awards banquet on April 23rd.

We are proud of you both and your commitment to excellence! Congratulations!!

Choral Music is Alive in CCS

Congratulations to the CCHS & CCMS Choir students on their success at the KMEA District 7 Choral Performance Assessment. 

The Combined Camel Singers and Camerata Choirs received all Proficient ratings. The Select Choir received 3 Distinguished ratings and a Proficient on Sight Reading. CCMS 8th Grade Choir received all Distinguished ratings and the Reiley Elementary School Choir also received Distinguished ratings.

 
Choral Music is alive and strong in Campbell County Schools!
This event involved 36 choirs from middle and high schools from Campbell, Boone, Kenton, Bracken, and Grant counties.  
Coordinating this performance assessment was truly was a CCS and community effort. Thanks to everyone that made this a huge success!

CCHS Band Hosts 5K Camel Color Run

The Campbell County High School Band of Pride will be hosting a 5K Color Run on April 25th at 9:00 a.m. – the Campbell County Camel Color 5K! 

All proceeds will benefit the Campbell County Band Program. 

Click here for registration information.  We hope to see you there!    

Need Mulch?

The Campbell Co. Boosters will be holding the Campbell County Athletics 2015 Annual Mulch Sale on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 8:00 AM-12:00 PM at Campbell County Middle School or you may pre-order your mulch by visiting http://Camelpride.com and they will deliver to your home!

Click here for more information. Thank you for supporting Campbell County Athletics!

Relay for Life of Campbell County 2015

The "Relay for Life of Campbell County 2015" will be on Friday, May 8th - Saturday, May 9th from 6pm - 6am at Fort Thomas Tower Park.

This signature event is a family-friendly environment for the entire county and a place where people connect with others and build hope for a future where cancer no longer threatens the lives of the people we love. Please join us in this wonderful event!

Click here for more information or visit their website at http://RelayForLife.org/campbellky.

March Roadrunner Report

Click here to read the March Roadrunner Report.

January Roadrunner Report

Click here to read the January Roadrunner Report.

November Roadrunner Report

Click here to see the November Roadrunner Report.

Reiley Elementary CCHS Honorary Game Captains

Two of our 5th graders were chosen by their peers to be the Honorary Game Captains at the October 24th CCHS football game.  Congratulations girls!

        Riley Weber-Horowitz                                                                               Tatum Audas

  

Reiley Elementary is a School of Distinction!

Reiley Elementary has been named a School of Distinction by Kentucky's Unbridled Learning accountability model, ranking in the 99th percentile in the state.  In the Unbridled Learning accountability model, schools and districts were evaluated based on data and information about their achievement, gap, growth, college/career readiness and graduation rate.   We are extremely proud of the hard work of our students and staff.  Congratulations Roadrunners!

John W. Reiley Elementary

Distinguished, Progressing, School of Distinction!

99th Percentile
Ranked 24th in the state!
Ranked 3rd in Northern Kentucky!

Go, Grow, Know, Show!!!!

October Roadrunner Report

Click here to read the latest edition of the Roadrunner Report, the FRC newsletter, and the October lunch menu.

Jami McCashland Smith, Reiley Elementary Thinks You Are Wonderful!

Three years ago, Mrs. Smith was diagnosed with ALS.  She is fighting the battle of dealing with this disease each and every day.  Our students wanted to do something to give back to the community and to honor her so we completed a schoolwide Cold Water Challenge.  Mrs. Smith sang the song you hear everyday to her students.  Mrs. Smith, Reiley thinks YOU ARE WONDERFUL!  Enjoy!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x31nRnH35xg&feature=youtu.be

 

 

 

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!

Summer Accelerated Readers!!

The following students achieved the highest points at their grade levels this summer during our Summer Reading Challenge.  Great Job!!

Alex Bertucci - 5th grade
Tommy Willis - 4th grade
Karina Stankova - 2nd grade
Lilliana Petersen - 1st grade
Caleb Heeg - Kindergarten
Arabella Bertucci - 3rd grade

Monthly Roadrunner Report

Every month a Roadrunner Report will be sent to parents through Infinite Campus Messenger and will be placed on the website.  Please click here to open the August edition.  Have a great week!