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Please congratulation Cole Pond for passing the Microsoft Office Specialists (MOS) certification for PowerPoint! 

Also please congratulate Haley Windgassen, Corey Rauch and Aaron Smith for passing the Microsoft Office Specialists (MOS) certification for Excel. They all also have been certified previously in Word and PowerPoint. Way to go!

Jolly Thursdays

Jolly Thursdays are back this June and July! Join us at A.J. Jolly Park for fun and free events for the entire family. All of our programs are FREE to attend. Click here to view the schedule.

Campbell County Camels Summer 2018 Sports Camps camel

It is that time again to sign up for Summer Sports Camp. There are a variety of camps to choose from such as Baskeball, Baseball, Football, Tennis, etc.

Please click here to review the 2018 Summer Sports Camp Brochure.

CCHS State Track Meet

Congratulations to the following CCHS Track Athletes for qualifying for the State Track Meet this Saturday, May 19 at 10am at UK.

Click here to see the list of participants.

 

Congratulations CCHS Tennis Team

Congratulations to the following CCHS tennis players who participated in the 10th Region Tennis Tournament.  All have qualified for the KHSAA State Tournament in Lexington beginning Thursday, May 17. 
 

Anderson McDowell- Regional Champion

Luke Williams- Regional Semi-Finalist

Chris Fox/Mason Neises- Regional Runner-up

Natalie Smith- Regional Runner-up

 

Also, the CCHS boys tennis team is the 2018 10th Region Team Champions.

CCHS Cheerleading Tryouts cheer

Clinics: Monday, May 21 2:30-4:30 and Wednesday, May 23 2:30-4:30 in the CCHS auxiliary gym

Tryouts: Thursday, May 24 at 2:30 in the CCHS auxiliary gym

Spring Cheerleading tryouts are open to CCS students who will attend CCHS during the 2018-2019 school year. 

If you have any questions please email Head Coach Ashley Kohls at ashley.kohls@campbell.kyschools.us.  

MUST have a physical on file at CCHS or bring a copy.

Mr. Tim Mosley selected as New CCHS Assistant Principal Tim Mosley

Congratulations to Mr. Tim Mosley who has been chosen to serve as the new Assistant Principal at Campbell County High School.  Mosley has served as the Director of the Alternative Program and Assistant Principal at Grant County High School.  Prior to Grant County, he spent seven years at Newport High School where he served in multiple roles such as a Social Studies Teacher, Head Wrestling coach, and Athletic Director.

Mosley, a former graduate of Campbell County, attended Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, KY where he played football and earned his Bachelors in Secondary Education. He went on to complete his graduate work at the University of the Cumberlands where he earned his Masters of Education in the Teacher as a Leader program, and earned his Ed. S in Instructional Leadership.

Tim is married to Julie Mosley, a Clinical and Mental Health Counselor. The couple is building a home in Alexandria and have three children: Alexis (6), Maci (4), and Brody (9mos). Welcome home, Mr. Mosley!  We are excited to have you here!

Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications

Please congratulate Taylor Arnold for passing the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification for Excel. She is also certified in Word and PowerPoint. Way to to Taylor!

National Ranking newsweek

Congratulations to Campbell County High School for being ranked the 12th High school in the state and #1108 in National Rankings. CCHS has earned them a silver medal! Click here to read more!    

Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications Powerpoint

Please congratulate Joel Day and Haley Windgassen for passing the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification for PowerPoint!

Campbell Co. Middle School Receives Toyota/Project Lead the Way Grant

Toyota, together with Project Lead The Way (PLTW), awarded $150,000 in grants to eleven K-12 schools to help prepare students for the next generation of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) jobs.

Campbell County Middle School and Beechwood Elementary School were the Northern Kentucky schools among the winners. The grants, funded by the Toyota USA Foundation, provide a curriculum focused on computer science, engineering, and biomedical science, while helping create engaging, hands-on classrooms for students to develop the knowledge and skills needed to thrive. Click here to read the article.

CCMS Students Selected in Duke University Talent Identification Program DUKE TALENT STUDENTS

Congratulations to the CCMS 7th Grade students who were selected and participated in the 2017-2018 7th grade Duke University Talent Identification Program. Students who scored at or above the 95th percentile on their 6th grade KPREP scores were invited to participate:

Sarai Aboagye
Jordan Brooks
Ryann Crowley
Jeanell Frimpong-Mansoh
Eli Hogle
Isabella McIntosh
Brandon Robinson 

As part of the program, these students took the ACT this year as 7th graders.  Based on the scores they received, three of these students (Ryann Crowley, Jeanelle Frimpong-Mansoh, Isabella McIntosh) have been invited to attend the State Recognition Ceremony at Western Kentucky University. Congratulations to all!

Campbell Co. School empowers students to think more about their own Safety

Campbell County Schools officials are using a grant of nearly $5 million to explore innovative ways to confront the lethal problem of school violence that have claimed the lives of students in places like Parkland, Florida. They are training students that were selected by their peers, whom are called student brokers, to talk about and teach how others how to stand up. The goal is for the student brokers to take a stand against bullying and to keep an eye out for potentially violent behavior. 

Click here to read more or watch the news article.

CCHS Scholarship Recipient

Congratulations to Joel Sebastian who has been selected as a winner of the National Merit Schneider Electric North America Foundation Scholarship.

Scholars were selected from students who advanced to the Finalist level in the National Merit Scholarship competition and met criteria of their scholarship sponsors. Corporate sponsors provide National Merit Scholarships for Finalists who are children of their employees, who are residents of communities the company serves, or who plan to pursue college majors or careers the sponsor wishes to encourage. Most of these awards are renewable for up to four years of college undergraduate study and provide annual stipends that range from $500 to $10,000 per year. Some provide a single payment between $2,500 and $5,000. Recipients can use their awards at any regionally accredited U.S. college or university of their choice.

Campbell County High School Students Selected for Prestigious Academies

Three Campbell County High School students have been selected to two of Kentucky’s most prestigious academies to complete the final two years of their high school studies.  Lydia Deaton and Anya Deaton, daughters of Mitchell and Leslie Deaton, have been selected to attend the Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics at Morehead State University, and J.T. Reagor, son of James and Stephanie Reagor, has been selected to attend the Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science at Western Kentucky University.

The Craft Academy selected 60 students from across the state based on ACT scores, academic grades from their first two years of high school, interest in advanced STEM careers, responses to essay questions, an interview by the Academy selection committee and recommendations from teachers and others who could attest to the student’s need and preparedness for the program.  The academy, meeting the unique educational needs of academically gifted and talented high school juniors and seniors from across Kentucky, provides a college-level curriculum allowing students to finish high school while completing up to two years of university coursework.

 

CCHS FFA Greenhouse Sale

Greenhouse Sale

“New Immunization Requirements for 2018-19”

Campbell County Schools

Health Services

 

Important information for Parents & Guardians

Pursuant to a recent change in 902 KAR 2:060, the Kentucky Department of Public Health has issued the following changes in immunizations required for students attending Kentucky public schools.  For additional information please click read more.

It's about that time of year again!

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My Pre-K Information pre k

For a list of the Campbell County Schools Preschools or our Head Start Program, click here for more information.

Are you in need of housing repairs?

Are you a homeowner whose home is in need of some desperate repairs? Are you struggling to find the money to fix them? There is a group of volunteers coming to NKY in June, to do just that by performing outside home repairs, building ramps, roofing, etc.

If this sounds like a service you could benefit from, please contact one of the Youth Service Center or Family Resource Centers at any of the schools and we can begin the application process for you.