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Campbell County Boys' Youth Basketball Camp

 

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Very proud of CCHS! #16 in Kentucky and #3 Regionally!
Campbell County Schools is pleased to announce the addition of Sarah Graman to our 2021-2022 leadership team! Ms. Graman

Campbell County Schools is very pleased to announce the addition of Sarah Graman to our 2021-2022 leadership team as the Assistant Director of Special Education/Preschool Coordinator.

Ms. Graman has served as a school psychologist in the Covington, Beechwood, Kenton and Boone County school districts. She was also a District Child Evaluation Specialist for the Kentucky First Steps Program. Her other early learning positions were as a Primary Level Evaluator and Developmental Interventionist also for First Steps. She taught Early Childhood Assessments for Screening in the Department of Education as an Adjunct Professor at NKU. Currently she is also a certified trainer for early childhood continuing education in Kentucky.  We are very excited to have Ms. Graman on our team. 

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Congratulations to Mr. Borcher's Automotive Technology Class! Automotive Technology

Congratulations to the second year students in Mr. Borcher’s Automotive Technology Class.  They have completed their ASE Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair Certification.  These students have met the criteria for Career Readiness. 

Students are as follows:

1st Row (left to right):    Logan Beyersdoerfer (Highlands),  Zachary Hughes (PC), Charles Griffin-Ayers (CC)

2nd Row (left to right):  Scott Lomboy (Highlands), Robert Miller (CC), Andrew Jordan (PC), Keith Ackerson (CC)

Not Pictured:   Leana Coulter (CC)

 

 

 

 

Prime Time Family Reading Events Prime Time

Campbell County Schools are proud to present six Prime Time Family Reading events throughout May and June.  PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME® is an intergenerational, family literacy program that uses the humanities as a tool to create excitement about reading. Combining award-winning children’s books with humanities themes and open discussion, PRIME TIME connects literature to the real-world for participating families.  This grant provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities in collaboration with CCS Family Youth Service Centers and Campbell County Schools will provide dinner, storytelling, discussion, free books, wonderful prizes (family zoo passes, gift cards), and family engagement for thirty lucky second graders and their families!  We are excited to send out the invitations! Please be on the lookout for an email and/or letter invitation from Myssi Turner! 

Kindergarten University

Campbell County Schools presents Kindergarten University

Teachers, guardians (CCS students, private schools, homeschools), community members--join Myssi Turner to learn information about the importance of Early Childhood Development, Kentucky’s Kindergarten Screener, and insight into developmentally appropriate ways to ensure your child is ready for and successful in Kindergarten! Click here to learn more...

 

 

 

Free Preschool Services Free Preschool Services
Students and Staff Recognized as Northern Kentucky Excellence in Education Award Winners

We are excited to announce our award winning students and staff members for this year's Northern Kentucky Excellence in Education Awards. This year's winners include:

Ethan Schnee, Academic All Star- Campbell County High School

Sarah Matlock, Career & Technical Academic All Star – Campbell County High School

Nick Little, Golden Apple – Campbell County High School

Deron Hitch, Golden Apple – Campbell County Middle School

Caitlynn Baker, Golden Apple - Grant’s Lick Elementary School

Nicole Gilbert, Golden Apple – Cline Elementary School

Courtney Sauerbeck, Golden Apple – Reiley Elementary School

Dr. Shelli Wilson, Associate Superintendent - AD Albright Administrator of the Year

We are INCREDIBLY proud of these amazing students and staff members. CAMEL PRIDE!

Food Service Re-opening Plan

As Campbell County Schools re-opens to five day in-person instruction, meals will be offered to car riders and bus riders through the order system established in Infinite Campus’ School Store. Ordering instructions can be found here. Meal orders must be placed prior to Tuesday at 4:00pm. These meals will be available for car riders and be provided to bus riders on Thursday each week. Meal bags will contain any meal not offered in-person each week. You only have to order meals one time. After placing an order, meal bags will continue to come home each week. Campbell County School Nutrition Staff will also continue to offer 7 day meal pick-up on Thursday each week for virtual students and anyone in the community 18 and under. Meal ordering instructions and meal pick-up times can also be found at https://www.campbellcountyschools.org/Administration/17.

CCHS Academic Team Wins 9th Region Governor's Cup Championship-Statebound! CCHS Academic Team
WE JUST EARNED RAMP! WE JUST EARNED RAMP!
Campbell County High School Academic Team's big win Saturday at the District Governor's Cup Tournament! Gov Cup
COVID REPORTING INFORMATION COVID REPORTING
STRESSED? Check out our "Virtual Calming Room"! Virtual Calming Room

Feeling stressed about school beginning this year?  Check out our new "VIRTUAL CALMING ROOM"!  Our district-wide school counseling staff, led by Mrs. Sherry Wirth, has put this site together to provide social/emotional and self regulation resources for our students and their families as they prepare for a very different school year. Bookmark this site and visit often.  We hope you have the BEST year ever!