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Student announcements as seen during lunch


Congratulations to the following students who were elected as Book & Media Club Officers for 2019-20:

President: Matthew Truett
Vice President: Olivia Watson
Hospitality: Ryan Strange
Parliamentarian: Simon Foreman
Game Coordinator: Jared Schultz
Public Relations: Tyler Baird



CAB Meeting – Monday, May 7  at 6:30 in the CCHS Cafeteria

Softball – May 10 vs Bracken County at 5:15pm SENIOR DAY

Congratulations to Paige Hedger who placed 1st in original photo at the STLP State Competition!




PROM 2019

APRIL 26, 2019 8pm-12am

The Phoenix (Cincinnati, OH)

Voucher Exchange

Friday April 26, 2019 after lunch

All CCHS students must exchange their own ticket


The following FBLA members placed at our State Leadership Conference in Louisville. Please congratulate them!

Emme Schumacher and Gracie Florimonte Placed 1st in Newsletter

Justin Carroll, Reid Jolly, and Brady Singleton Placed 4th in 3-D Animation

Casey Imhoff Placed 4th in Economics

Derek Hansford, Casey Kyle, and Lucas Pflum Placed 5th in Computer Game & Simulation

Our chapter also placed 4th for Largest Local Chapter Membership and received the Commonwealth Award of Merit.



The All-State Art exhibition was juried this weekend. All four camel artists that advanced to the state level placed. Please help me in congratulating the following students:

Julian Escarilla – 3rd place – Fashion Design

Clohe Bischoff – 2nd place – Photography

Ashlyn Arthur – 2nd place – Fibers

Ella Rinehard – 2nd place – Drawing



Kindness Week - March 25 to March 29

Monday - Notes/post-its (staff and students); booth at lunch

Tuesday - Sit with a new person at lunch; invite someone new to sit with you - post selfie with a hashtag on social media → #camelkindness

Wednesday - high-fives/fist bumps; post on social media with the hashtag

Thursday - introduce yourself or give a compliment to a new student or teacher you have yet to meet → #camelkindness

Friday - Bake sale during lunch → fundraiser for Project Grad


Boys- Wins vs. Pendleton Co., Scott, McCracken Co.; placed 4th in the Greenwood March Madness Tournament.

Girls-  Pendleton Co. 5-0; Scott 3-0; Match Madness Tournament 3rd in back draw bracket


Girls- Boone Invitational (Friday Night)

Overall the Camels had a good night despite chilly temperatures and some wind.  This was a great first meet for our new athletes to get a feel for a meet, and our experienced athletes to loosen up.  We have been preparing for a long preseason, and it was great to see that work pay off. Most of our returning athletes had stronger performances in their events Friday night than this same week last year.

LaSalle’s meet always presents strong competition alongside some of Cincinnati’s strongest programs.  Although the morning started out cold, as the sun warmed, so did our performances. Like Friday night, many of our athletes surpassed their last year’s first meet performances, and our newfound strength was evident in our strong finishes and solid form.  The Lady Camels clenched a 5th place finish in a field of about 20 teams. We were only .5 point from 4th, and 11.5 points from 3rd.

First place finishes:

McKinlee Miller- 200 M Dash

Second place finishes:

McKinlee Miller- 100 M Dash

Third place finishes:

Kayla Kavanaugh -800 meter Run; Laney Weinberg-300 high jump

Fourth place finishes:

Laney Weinberg-100 meter Hurdles; 4x400 (Kramer, Florimonte, Kavanaugh, Miller)

Fifth place finishes:

Laney Weinberg 300 meter Hurdles

6th place finishes:

Caidyn Lacy- 100 meter hurdles; Grace Kramer-- 400 meter Dash and 800 Meter Run

Boys- The boys began the season with 2 varsity meets in which the team split up in to two squads.  Friday night the Camels scored 28 points at the Boone Co Invite and were led by Khristian Fletcher and Noah Slone (Discus/3200). On Saturday the boys team placed 4th out of 18 teams at the LaSalle legends invitational. Connor Geiman led the team in points, placing 1st in discus and 3rd in shot put. Owen Ponting placed 3rd in 110 hurdles.  Many Camels set personal records in the first meet of the season.



Congratulations to the following students for progressing to the second phase of auditions for the Governors School for the Arts:  Noah Slone and Noel Slone for Vocal Music and Grace Songer for musical theatre



Boys Regional Basketball Tournament: Semi-Finals - Friday, March 1 – CCHS vs Mason Co. at 6pm.



Man Choir will meet on Thursday during club time.  We will be taking the yearbook picture so you will definitely want to be in attendance!

Thursday is B club day- you must have a club card to attend in-school meetings.



New Club! The Campbell County Politicos! In this club you can learn, debate, and discuss pressing political issues in today's society. This is a B club and meets in Mrs. Hillerich's room, A201. Come join!

10th Region Basketball Tournament at Mason County.  Monday, February 25 vs Robertson County at 6pm. 



Spanish Club is selling bracelets for the Pulsera Project, a non-profit organization in Nicaragua, until February 25th during lunch. Bracelets are $5 and all proceeds go back to those who made them.



Next week is CTSO Week which stands for Career and Technical Student Organization Week.  FBLA, FCCLA, and FFA will be hosting the following activities. All students and staff members are encouraged to participate.  


Monday is member Appreciation Day – Members see your adviser for a prize!

Tuesday is Teacher Appreciation Day – Please let your teachers know how much you appreciate them.

Wednesday is Administrator Appreciation Day – Let your administrators know how much they mean to you.

Thursday is Wear Your Favorite University Gear Day

Friday is Wear Your Club Shirt or club colors


The CTSOs will be having a “Dime War” between classes during lunch. All donations will go to the March of Dimes. 



Join us after school to learn some tips/hints/strategies

 to take your ACT score up to the next level!

The following teachers will be available each of the following

 days from Feb. 11 - March 7.

For every session you attend, your name will be entered into

 a raffle for prizes!

Please sign up in the guidance office.

Science with Mr. Haigis every Monday

Reading with Ms. Arthur every Tuesday

English with Mrs. VandeWater every Wednesday

Math with Mrs. Kohls every Thursday



Congratulations to the 'Laptop in Case' Camel Challenge Winners:

9th - Brian Beggs, Lacie Ollberding, Michael Hansen

10th - Abigail Morgan, Homero Gutierrez, Colin Ransdell

11th - Braden Aczel, Grant Mergenthal, Breana Coulter

12th - Samantha Gross, Emma Bay, Brady Singleton

The teacher winner is: Mrs. Carrigan



Senior gear is on sale in the concession area during lunch today and Wednesday and Friday next week. Please see Mrs. Hamons if you have questions.


Baseball tryouts will begin February 15, if you plan to tryout please stop by Coach Schweitzer’s room to sign up and get a schedule of times on his door.  Remember all students that tryout must have a valid physical on file with the athletic department.


Congratulations to Kaylee Hitt who won the 5th Region Bowling Singles Championship giving her a 2nd career regional title. Cameron Bechtol finished 3rd in the 5th Region Bowling Singles Championship.  Both have qualified for state on Feb 7 in Louisville, KY.


Hall-of-Fame – Game introduction – Monday, January 28.  Dinner – Saturday, February 2 at 6pm at Jolly Events Center.



New Club! The Campbell County Politicos! In this club you can learn, debate, and discuss pressing political issues in today's society. This is a B club and meets in Mrs. Hillerich's room, A201. Come join!



Camels on Broadway Thursday Jan 17 @ 7pm $5 Admission



Please help me in congratulating the following students who were recognized at the Regional Scholastic Art Awards.

Gold Key Winners (these three artworks will advance to the National Scholastic Art competition)

Alyssa Ackerson – digital art – Man in Blue            

Alyssa Ackerson – painting – Haze Hare                  

Erica Guevara – drawing – Bucket                             


Silver Key Winners

Clohe Bischoff – photography – Two Tone          

Clohe Bischoff – sculpture – Pagaphobia              

Julia Ransdell – photography – Popcorn Typology


Honorable Mention

Kayliauna Bellamy – digital art – Screen Time       

Alyssa Ramey – sculpture – American Pie               



Camel challenge winners:

9th - Alex Collins, Sydney Dobbs, Tristan Matthews

10th - Olivia Prejean, Alyana Collins, Oliver Wells

11th - Kayla Cottle, Colby Purdy, Caden Hoskins

12th - Danielle Hildebrand, Hannah Jump, Maggie Styer


Congratulations to the following dress for success winners:

Brandon Cobb and Keith Pangburn

Please come to the main office to get your prize.



Please remember that Monday is the next Dress for Success Day sponsored by FBLA.  If you are Dressed for Success, put your name in the drawing for a prize during lunch in the concession area.

Girls Track practice will begin for all athletes on Monday, January 7. Be dressed and ready to go outside by 3 PM.  We will meet in the concession area. Any girl who would like to participate but hasn’t signed up yet, please see Coach McKee in A161 as soon as possible.

The Heritage Bank/Jolly Plumbing Crosstown Basketball Classic between CCHS and Bishop Brossart will be played this weekend at Campbell County Middle School.  The girls games are Friday, January 4 at 4:30/6:00/7:30.  The boys games are Saturday, January 5 at 4:30/6:00/7:30.   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.

Again this year will be the FOODout Community Food Drive. The school that donates the largest amount of food (by weight) will take home the FOODout Trophy. All food collected will be donated to CARE Mission, a local charity that provides care to those in need in the local community. Come support your CAMELS and those in need!

 A couple of reminders…

--No confetti. No noisemakers, whistles, or laser beams permitted.  Signs (must be positive and cannot block view.   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.



Congratulations to Mrs. McKee and her first period class. They collected 71 pair of gloves and/or hats.  They will receive Miss Shirley’s donuts tomorrow morning.

FBLA and the Youth Service Center would like to thank everyone who donated to this worthy cause!


This fall, the Lady Camels Cross Country team won the KHSAA Region 5 for the first time since 1994.  Please click on the link below to purchase your commemorative regional shirt in support of the Lady Camels!  Shop closes December 19, 2018!




Snowball Court:

Your freshmen representatives are Paige Tiemeier and Raymond Hodge

Your sophomore representatives are Lacy Murphy and Tanner Cigolotti

Your junior class representatives are Carly Peterson and Coy McCulley

Your Campbell County High School Snowball King is Mr. Noah Bertsch

And your 2018 Snowball Queen is Miss Chloe Ruscher


Spirit Week!
Monday- Flannel Day
Tuesday- Christmas Accesory Day
Wednesday- Class Colors (9/10 Green, 11/12 Red)
Thursday- Polar Express Day (wear your jammies)
Friday- Ugly Sweater Day


Bake Sale in the Concession Area Thursday, 12/20
Gingerbread cupcakes, hot cocoa cookies, & brownies




FBLA members Mekiyla Carter and Heaven Goods are working on a community service project.  They are asking first periods to collect new or gently used hats and gloves Wednesday, December 12 thru Wednesday, December 19. All donations will be given to our Youth Service Centers district wide. The first period class with the most donations per student will receive donuts from Miss Shirley’s on Thursday, December 20.

Any girl interested in joining the track team who did not make it to the meeting last week should sign up with Coach McKee this week in A161.



Snowball is this Friday! You must be in attendance all day on Friday and have the ticket number that you purchased in order to be admitted to the dance. Please park in the Kenton Garage, it is free and you could be ticketed if you park elsewhere.  Guests MUST show a picture ID in order to be admitted. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Hamons in B201.



Congratulations to Dayne Freudenberg, Morgan Knight, Maura MacDonald, Joshua Rittinger & Elijah Schnitzler for successfully auditioning and being accepted into the Kentucky Jr. High School All State Choirs! 



Anyone interested in learning sign language is invited to join the new Sign Language Club sponsored by Mrs. DeGroff.  The new club will take place on "A" club days.  See Mrs. DeGroff for more information.



Congratulations to these Top Performers in Wrestling:

Jeremiah Wilbers 5-0

Michael Leicht 5-0

Casey Rauch 5-0

Thomas Ketchen-Carter 5-0

Micah Bowers 5-0

Ronnie Shackelford 6-0

Kyle Richmond 3-0

Nathan Schneider 4-1

Jacob Woodard 3-1

Nathaniel Connor 4-1

Cooper Brun 4-1



This year, the FoodOut will be a two-night event on Friday, January 4th and Saturday, January 5th.



B clubs will meet this week. You must have a club card to attend.



Snowball dance tickets will be on sale in the concession area during lunch Wednesday (11/14/18) thru Friday (11/16/18) of next week and on Monday (11/19/18) and Tuesday (11/20/18) of the following week.  The dance is at NKU on Friday, December 14. Tickets are $25 each.  This is the last dance of the year for which freshmen and sophomores can purchase tickets. Please remember to vote for Snowball Court when you purchase your ticket.  You must have a signed permission slip in order to purchase a dance ticket.  Permission slips are in the main office.



Any students that want to join ski club this year see Mr. Morris for information.  Deadline for discounted passes is Wednesday November 14th.



The 2018 yearbooks have arrived. Last year’s seniors may pick them up in the attendance office during regular school hours. Current students may pick them up in the concessions area during lunch from November 9 through 14. There are a limited number of books still for sale on a first come, first serve basis. The cost $55. Please contact Ms. Rider with any questions.

Retro Console Day - Hosted by Book & Media Club
Date: Friday, Nov. 9 in the media center 
Time: 2:30-5:00
Cost: $3 if you want pizza

Congratulations to the following athletes who were nominated for the Northern Kentucky Cross Country Coaches Association All-region teams:

2nd team all-region:  Kylie Little and Allie Franzen
Honorable Mention: Noel Slone and Pimlapas Kumkerd

Honorable Mention: Noah Slone and Jordan Hartig.

These athletes will be honored a banquet in December.



Seniors, please turn in your baby picture to Ms. Rider in room B203.  Please put your first and last name on the back.  Deadline is November 20.

Congratulations Boys’ Cross Country!!  Noah Slone started our day with the AAA Boys State Championship.  His early mile split was right on target, but a huge pack of competitive runners surrounded him at every turn.  His final time of 17:47 and 94th place was a strong finish for a sophomore season!

Congratulations to the Girls’ Cross Country!! As a team we finished 14th of 37 scoring teams, placing us much higher than we have been in a long time. While this wasn't quite a goal, we couldn't be prouder of these ladies who showed true mental and physical toughness late in the season! 



We Mustache You to Read!

Check out a book in November and enter a drawing for a stache of notes notebook



CAB Meeting – Monday, November 19 at 6:30pm in the CCHS Cafeteria.

This Friday, the Camels will host Scott County High School in the first round of the KHSAA 6A Football Playoffs at 7:30 here at CCHS.  Because this is a KHSAA post-season event, NO passes will be accepted including CCS Staff ID’s, Season Athletic Passes, Fall Athlete Passes, and Senior Citizen Passes.  Admission will be $5 per person.



Please remember that Monday will be the next Dress for Success day sponsored by FBLA.  If you are Dressed for Success, stop by the table in the concession area during lunch and put your name in the drawing for a prize.



 Tickets for Inspecting Carol on sale now! Only $8 and can be purchased in the Library.

Performances on Nov. 1 & 3 @ 7:30pm & Nov. 4 @ 2pm

Inspecting Carol

Tennis info meeting on Thurs. 11/15 @ 10:30 am in Mr. Sowards room. First time players are welcome and encouraged to attend!



In Cross Country action this weekend, Noah Slone finished in 20th place, earning a state qualifying position. Jordan Hartig finished 26th.  Scott Snedegar (33rd), Anthony Ronnebaum (34th), and David Howard (36th) rolled in as tight pack.   Adam Ruschman (40,) and Corey Robinson (49,) wrapped up the Camels varsity squad.  The Camels claimed the 6th place team spot, only 10 points from 4th. 

Congratulations to the Lady Camels team who won the Regional Meet for the first time since 1995!  Kylie Little led the pack with a 6th place finish, and Allie Franzen and Noel Slone clipped hot on her heels in 7th and 8th.  This tight trio was the key to the day.  Beam Kumkerd  pounded the course with an important surge after the 2 mile mark to place 12th, and Devan Carrigan  ran a personal best time to clinch 29th.  Emma Hogle finished in 37th, and Savannah Krift in 40th helped displace runners from our competition.  Great job Camels!

Congrats to the following 5 CCHS students for successfully auditioning and being accepted into the 2019 Ky All-state Choir: Rachel Schultz, Nicholas Yungbluth, Josh Wagner, Grace Songer, & Parker Culp!!



The Book & Media Club is hosting a Halloween Party this Friday, 10/26.  Free to attend ($3 for pizza). Includes costume contest, games & a movie.



The VOLLEYBALL Team is headed to the KHSAA State Tournament !!   CCHS vs Central Hardin – Friday, October 26 at 5pm at Valley High School in Louisville.

Please consider purchasing a regional champ shirt in support of our volleyball team and show your Camel Pride! Shirts will be on sale, $12 each (adult small thru XXXL), in the concession area during lunch on Thursday and Friday and after school on Thursday from 2:20 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.

The winner of the Teen Read Week pizza lunch drawing is Chloe Bright! Congratulations Chloe!



It's Teen Read Week and this year's theme is It's Written in the Stars: Read!  To celebrate, come to the library and check out a book.  Fill out a star, and you will be entered in a drawing for a free pizza lunch for you and 2 friends on the same lunch wave.

Congratulations Alyssa Ramey and Jessie Kuebbing. They both had artwork accepted into Xavier University’s Junior/Senior High School Student Juried Exhibition. The work will be on display at Xavier’s art gallery and will compete with other high school artworks for awards.

Winning art          Winning Art



Purple and gold out t-shirts are here! Please see Mrs. Hamons after school today or you can pick yours up during lunch tomorrow.



This year's theme for Banned Books Week is Speak Out!  To celebrate, we are asking you to create a video of yourself reading from a banned book or talking about why you read a banned book. Prize = pizza lunch in the library with 2 of your friends!  More details in the library or on our Schoology page.

Any students interested in joining the ski club for tubing, skiing, or snowboarding on Friday nights in January see Mr. Morris for permission slips and club information.



FBLA will once again be sponsoring a school wide Dress for Success Day the first Monday of each month.  On Monday, please Dress for Success and you could win a fantastic prize.  One lucky person will receive a FREE Snowball Dance ticket! Seniors can stop by Mrs. Hamons’ room, B201, before school to put their name in the drawing. Underclassmen can put their name in a drawing in the concession area during lunch

The Alive at 25 Driving class scheduled for today, Tuesday, September 25 at CCHS has been changed to Thursday, September 27, from 4pm to 8pm.

Boys basketball tryouts will begin October 15th and freshmen tryouts will begin Oct. 22nd. Anyone trying out must have a physical on file with the athletic office.  Fall sport athletes will tryout once their season is completed.



Any students interested in joining the ski club for tubing, skiing, or snowboarding on Friday nights in January see Mr. Morris for permission slips and club information.

On Wednesday, September 26th at 6:55 a.m. local time, students are encouraged to gather at our flagpole to pray. Please join us out front of the building and enjoy some music and fellowship. See you at the Pole.



Congratulations to these runners who placed in the Top 10 at the XC Campbell County Championships:

Allie Franzen -3rd

Beam Kumkerd 4th

Kylie Little- 9th

Jordan Hartig 6th

Anthony Ronnebaum-10th

Overall the boys and girls teams combined for a 3rd place finish.  Congratulations!



Homecoming Winnters

Second runner up –  Hannah Wells from BETA

First runner up –  Erica Guevara from Art Club

Your Campbell County High School Homecoming Queen for 2018 –  Miss Madison Roll from Fun Bunch

The Spirit Store will pre-sell purple and gold t-shirts for the last home football game.  Freshmen and sophomores will be wearing gold and juniors and seniors will be wearing purple. Shirts can be purchased during lunch in the concession area next week. Shirts are $10 each.



CAB Meeting – Monday, September 17 at 6:30pm in the CCHS Cafeteria

Game: Friday, September 14 @ 7:00 p.m. against Ryle

Crowning Ceremony during half-time of the football game



Friday, September 14 is the last day to pay FBLA dues and receive the FREE t-shirt. Please see Mrs. Hamons in B201.

The following students met the Camel Challenge for using their laptops responsibly last week. Please come to the main office to collect your prize!

9th grade - Ethan Cole, Trenen Lowther, Ashley Line

10th grade - Luke Sizemore, Ariana Palmer, Alyssa Schnitzler

11th grade - Brady Hogan, Kylie Gillespie, Regan Renaker

12th grade - Alexandra Hardy, Jesus Riera, Drew Lederer

Teacher Winner - Mr. Haigis!

Tonight’s Soccer Makeup Games are as follows:

Girls JV at 4:30pm

Boys Freshman at 6pm

Girls Varsity at 7:30pm



Camo shirts are here!  Please see Mrs. Hamons in B201 or you can pick it up at lunch tomorrow.

If you are interested in competing on the Future Problem-solving team this year, there will be a practice in Mrs. Weber's room, A235, on Monday, September 10, at 2:30. 

Are you a student aide or peer tutor?  If you are and have NOT had your picture taken in the library then please go there NOW & get a picture taken.

Congratulations to STLP Help Desk student Manisha Kasturiratna for passing the Microsoft Technology Associate Windows OS Fundamentals Certification test.



Camo shirts are here!  Please see Mrs. Hamons in B201 or you can pick it up at lunch tomorrow.

If you are interested in competing on the Future Problem-solving team this year, there will be a practice in Mrs. Weber's room, A235, on Monday, September 10, at 2:30. 

Are you a student aide or peer tutor?  If you are and have NOT had your picture taken in the library then please go there NOW & get a picture taken.



We will vote for Homecoming Queen on Friday, September 7 at the beginning of 4th period.  Please make sure you have your laptop and it is charged.



There is a mandatory Homecoming meeting for all candidates and escorts on Tuesday at 2:30 in the Media Center.  Candidates will have their picture taken for the program. Please see Mrs. Hamons in B201 if you have questions.


Parade: Thursday, September 13 @ 6:30 p.m. from the Alexandria Fairgrounds to CCMS

Game: Friday, September 14 @ 7:00 p.m. against Ryle

Crowning Ceremony during half-time of the football game



Homecoming dance permission slips are available in front office and on counter in concession are and are needed to purchase a ticket



There is a homecoming planning meeting in the Media Center on Tuesday at 2:30.

 Any club that is having a homecoming candidate must send a representative to the meeting. Please see Mrs. Hamons in B201 if you have any questions.

Any student that would like to join FBLA, please see Mrs. Hamons in B201 to pay their $20 dues.

Avoid the long lines and buy presale tickets for this Friday night’s home varsity football game vs Highlands.  Tickets will be on sale at lunchtime in the gym concession window on Thursday, August 23 and Friday, August 24.  Students may purchase tickets for adults as well.  Ticket prices are Adults $5 and Students $2.  Kickoff is 7pm at CCHS. 



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 purchases 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 15, 16, and 17 – During lunch time in main gym concession stand.  NOTE:  Students may purchases passes for adults during these times as well. 


Any student interested in running cross country this season should stop by to see Coach McKee in A161 this week