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2017 Sports Camps Registration

 

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Registration for all summer sports camps is now available. There are multiple camps to choose from, so sign-up today!

Click here for registration information.

Congratulations CCHS Percussion Ensemble

Percussion Ensemble

Congratulations to the CCHS Percussion Ensemble who placed 4th at the Winter Guard International Percussion World Championship over the weekend. Making finals at this culminating event is a huge accomplishment in itself, and being in the top 5 even more so. The students scored at 90.45, the highest score of their season. Way to go!

Congratulations CCHS FBLA State Winners

Please congratulate the follow FBLA members who placed at our state leadership conference in Louisville:
Derek Ramsey, Nick Padin and Kevin Turner - 2nd place in 3-D Animation
Joshua Haller - 2nd place in Economics
Sarah Begley and Samantha Ford - 4th Place in Hospitality Management
Brandon Hart - 4th place in Help Desk
Zachary Kuebbing - 4th place in Networking Concepts
Blake Clark, Mohamed Jama and Aaron Smith - 5th Place in Mobile Application

Nolan Padin - 5th Place in Business Calculations

Our chapter was recognized for participating in the State Fundraiser, State Project, for achieving the state goals, recruiting Professional Division Members, receiving first place in the Local Leadership Challenge for Region 4, and receiving the prestigious Commonwealth Award of Merit.

Sarah Begley, Samantha Ford, Brandon Hart, Zachary Kuebbing, Nick Padin, Derek Ramsey, Kevin Turner and Mrs. Hamons will be attending our National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California this summer.

2017 Northern Kentucky Select Jazz Festival

Come check out the CCMS & CCHS performances during the 2017 Northern Kentucky Select Jazz Festival @ The Redmoor

WHEN: Thursday, April 27th (CCMS @ 5PM/CCHS from 6 PM-7 PM/NKY Select Jazz Band @ 7:30 PM)

WHERE: The Redmoor Theater, 3187 Linwood Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45208

*Full dinner menu (attached click here) will be available during all performances!

Admission: $5 at the door/children 5 & under FREE!

The program to include music from Duke Ellington, George Gershwin, Miles Davis, and The Beatles! Click here to view the program.

Seniors and Parents: Project Grad Fundraising Opportunities

When:  May 6 from 10:00 a.m. until finished (usually around noon) 

What: Trash for Cash - we will pick up roadside trash on a predetermined route.  

Goal:  We would like to have 25 volunteers that morning to get this finished in 2 hours or less.  It is an easy way to earn $1000.00 for Project Grad

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When:  May 13 from 11:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. we will have two shifts 11:00-2:00 p.m.  and 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. 

What:  Bagging at County Market 

Goal:  Two shifts of 8 volunteers each to raise as much money as possible during that time

To get signed up for either of these events, please contact Linda Bates @  linda.bates@campbell.kyschools.us or Pam.Huff@campbell.kyschools.us or call us at 635-4667.

Operation Preparation Mentor Day

Where: Campbell County High School
When: April 26, 2017
Time: 7:30 - 2:00 p.m.

We are looking for volunteers for the day to meet with our 10th graders to discuss their future with them.  If you are able to help out, please contact: linda.bates@campbell.kyschools.us.

 

Volunteers can sign up for three different shifts:

7:30-2:00 p.m.
7:30-11:30 a.m.

11:30-2:00 p.m. 

Campbell Ridge, Crossroads Elementary and Grant's Lick Elementary Receives Coveted RAMP Certification

Congratulations to the Campbell Ridge Elementary, Crossroads Elementary and Grant’s Lick Elementary counselors on their school counseling programs  being named 2017 Recognized ASCA Model Programs!  Campbell Ridge, Crossroads and Grant’s Lick will receive the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) designation during a special ceremony at the American School Counselor Association’s annual conference in Denver, CO. The schools will be honored at the summer conference for making an exemplary commitment to comprehensive school counseling programs.

This esteemed designation, awarded to schools that align with the criteria set in the ASCA National Model, recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and an exemplary educational environment. RAMP applications are reviewed once a year by a panel of school counseling professionals who assess a school counseling program in 12 different areas of program expertise. Click below to read more:

CCMS Student Technology Leadership Program

STLP CCMS 2017

CCMS STLP 2017 State Winners

Congratulations to our STLP State Winners this year!

NKU Mobile App Team:  Abby Adkins, Manny Nagel and Jessyka Miller—2nd Place

Dell and Microsoft Minecraft Team Challenge:  Maya McIntosh, Tyler Schultz and Nate Wisher—2nd Place

Game Design Challenge:  Breanna Collins, Alyssa Steffen, Ella Stahl, Grace Evans and Kayla Fischer—2nd Place

Original Digital Photography:  Paige Hedger--State Finalist

Original Digital Photography:  Ella Stahl--State Finalist

KATE Anti-Bullying Project:  Breanna Collins, Alyssa Steffen and Sophia Ramundo—State Finalist

Great job Camels!

Congratulations 2017 Kentucky Governor's Scholars and Governor's Scholars for the Arts

Please congratulate the following students for being selected as 2017 Kentucky Governor’s Scholars (GSP).  Scholars were selected from a highly competitive field of 1, 963 outstanding young Kentuckians.  The 1060 students accepted represent 54% of the total pool of candidates.

Fischesser, Jaclyn
Karrick, Carly
Loesch, Abigail
Reagor, Sidney
Schultz, Samantha
Williams, Justice
Finerty, Jacob
Mitchell, Joshua
Sebastian, Joel
Turner, Benjamin

The following students were selected to Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts:

Vocal Music:
Sarah Moser
Christian Slone
Ezra Crist

Photography:
Kylie Ward

Congratulations to all!!!  We are very proud of you!

CINSAM Summer Camps and Teacher Workshops

Cinsame summer camp

Congratulations CCHS STLP Winners

Please congratulate the following two CCHS students on their STLP State Competition victories yesterday!

Natalie Sampson – earned her MOS certification in Word

Brandon Hart –

                Earned his certification in MS Mobility & Device
                Earned his certification in MS Office Specialist Outlook 2016
                Received the STLP Scholarship
                1st place in Technical Writing
                1st place in ePublishing
                1st place in the Help Desk Challenge

There were over 9,000 students at the State competition yesterday.  Way to go!

Basketball Recognition

Congratulations to Cole Hegyi on being awarded the Don Hughes/Greater Cincinnati Basketball Hall of Fame Scholarship. Also, congratulations to Garren Bertsch as the Greater Cincinnati Basketball Hall of Fame honors him with the Paul Cluxton Free Throw Shooting Award.

Way to go guys!

State-Level Art Award Winners

Congratulations to the following CCHS Art students who advanced to the All-State Art awards and all three placed at the State level.

Madysen Wilbur - Honorable Mention in Graphic Design
Grace Beagle - 3rd place in Video Art
Ben Denton - 2nd place in Printmaking

Way to go Camels!

Campbell Ridge Elementary Governor's Cup Victory

Campbell Ridge Governor's Cup

Congratulations to the Campbell Ridge Elementary Quick Recall Team who won the District 72 Governor's Cup Competition and placed as Runners up in the Regional Governor's Cup competition.

Click here to view all members and their placements. Way to go team!

9th Annual Frank Steely Essay Contest Winner

Congratulations to CoraLynn Bertsch in Mrs. Csolkovits’ Language Arts class for winning 1st place in the 9th Annual Frank Steely Memorial Essay Contest in the Junior Division (6th-8th grade). CoraLynn will be awarded $125, obtain a membership to Campbell County Historical and Genealogical Society, be invited to read her essay at a 2017 meeting, and will be published in the Campbell County Historical and Genealogical Society newsletter!  Congrats, CoraLynn! 

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.

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.

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!

 

Greg Rose Memorial Golf Tournament golf

Campbell County Football will be hosting its annual golf tournament and have named it in honor of our biggest fan. Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Campbell County High School football program and a donation will be made to the Greg Rose Scholarship Fund. We are expecting another sell out this year.

The Greg Rose Memorial Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday May 13, 2017 at A.J. Jolly Golf Course. 1:00 pm Shotgun Start. $75/person, includes lunch, dinner and beverages.  Click here for flyer.

Please contact Mike Schneider at 859-393-0620 or email miamiu20@twc.com if you are interested in playing or giving a donation.

Congratulations FBLA Regional Winners

Congratulations to the following FBLA Regional winners who placed at the Region 4 Leadership Conference at Northern Kentucky University on March 8th. Click here to view individual placements.

Way to go!

Kindergarten Registration Information Required Kindergarten

When registering your child for Kindergarten for the 2017-2018 school year, you must have the following with you:

1. Child must present a certified birth certificate (not hospital certificate) or other reliable proof of the student's identity and age, and an affidavit of the inability to produce a copy of the birth certificate.

2. Child must present two (2) forms for proof of residence (parent/guardian driver's license not accepted)

3. Child will need a physical examination, a current Kentucky immunization Certificate, Eye Examination, and Dental Examination Form.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR SCHOOL.

Bus Drivers Wanted

Campbell County Schools Transportation Department is searching for applicants to join our professional team of school bus drivers delivering the future. We are committed to doing “Whatever It Takes” to provide safe and efficient transportation for all students.

Please click this link for additional information