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Principal's Message

Camel Students and Parents, I hope everyone has enjoyed a restful and peaceful summer. As you know, however, the school year is back upon us. As we work to improve our instructional strategies, level of rigor within our classrooms, and grading practices, it may be necessary for students to work a little harder and study a little more to be successful and to meet the expectations that we have set for them individually and for the school overall. Preparing students with 21st ...

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CCMS Teacher Participating in National Seminar this Summer

Congratulations to Rhonda Baker, teacher at Campbell County Middle School, who will be participating in the “Real World Science: Summer Teacher Seminar” at the National WWII Museum in New Orleans this July.

 

She is one of 28 teachers who were selected from across the country to experience  - hands-on - how necessity, knowledge, perseverance and skill lead to inventions, innovation and careers in STEM just like in World War II.  Click here to read more. 


Great job, Rhonda!  We are so excited for you to participate in this innovative seminar!

 

SBDM and PTO Elections

SBDM and PTO Elections

Nomination forms are due to CCMS PTO by 2:15pm on Wednesday, April 19th.

Voting takes place Thursday, April 20th from 4-7 in the CCMS lobby during parent conferences.

CCMS PTO Application

CCMS SBDM Nomination Form

 

Order Your CCMS Yearbook!

Last Day of School and Graduation Date Has Been Set

 

The last day of school for Campbell County Schools has been set for Monday, May 22nd


CCHS graduation has been set for Monday, May 22nd at 7:00 p.m. at the BB and T Arena on the Campus of NKU. Please check the CCHS website for additional details as it gets closer to the event.

CCS Summer Camp Expo


Summer Expo

Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence Parent Leadership Training Available

The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence will bring a new parent leadership training one-day “basecamp” to northern Kentucky in April. The camp will give parents a look inside public education in Kentucky and provide them with tools to effectively engage in their children’s school, said Helen Carroll, NKY parent leadership coordinator. Since 1997, the Prichard Committee has trained more than 300 northern Kentucky parents through the Governor’s Commonwealth Institute for Parent Leadership. GCIPL is a five-day training that gives parents a deep dive into public education, including the Kentucky Academic Standards, accountability, school data and school governance.

Last year, northern Kentucky superintendents suggested that Pritchard help parents and community members become in engaged in efforts to support achievement for all students. The Prichard Committee responded to the call and created this one-day training program, open to any parent in Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Pendleton, Grant, Bracken or Gallatin counties. The training will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 29 at the Kenton County Public Library in Covington. There is no cost and meals will be provided. Space is limited, so register soon at http://tiny.cc/gciplbasecamp.

It's Time for the CCS "Spring Fling" Event

Click here to register.Spring Fling

HOW DOES THE WIND CHILL IMPACT SCHOOL BEING DELAYED OR CLOSED?

During the winter months several factors come into play that could delay the start of school or cause school to be closed. One such factor is the wind chill on a given day. 

Please click on the link below to access additional information about how the wind chill can impact school being delayed or closed. 

Wind Chill Documentation

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