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Preschool Screenings

preschool screenings

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Camels Hoops Madness 2018

Camel Hoops Madness

NKU Women's Basketball - Campbell County Night

CC night at NKU

CCHS Student Selected for First Lady's Youth Leadership Council

Congratulations to Ana Pohlgeers who was selected to serve as one of 18 youth representatives on the First Lady's Youth Leadership Council (FLYLC) for 2018-2019.

Lady Glenna Bevin created the First Lady's Youth Leadership Council to empower youth to a voice in policies, programs, and practices that impact them and their peers. Members of the Council include a cross-section of Kentucky youth who either have a special interest in, or have been involved in, the child welfare system. The First Lady has placed a special emphasis on inviting and incorporating Council members who have often been voiceless.

Congratulations Ana!

Campbell County Schools Customer Service Survey - Parent/Guardian

As a valued stakeholder, we seek your input regarding your child’s school as part of our strategic planning process and commitment to providing high quality customer service.  We intend to use the results of this important survey to inform our improvement initiatives and as a means to measure and improve our customer service for this year and in years to come.

Please take a moment to share your thoughts, and know that your responses will be kept completely confidential. Click
here for survey. 


Thank you for your time and interest in Campbell County Schools.

Congrats Camel Artists

American Pie    dress

       Alyssa Ramey - American Pie                Jessie Kuebbing - Straw Cocktail Dress


Please help me in congratulating 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.  

Congrats NATS Vocal Competition Students

This weekend, Rhianna McCormick, Nicholas Yungbluth, and Parker Culp participated in the NATS Vocal Competition held at Bellarmine University in Louisville. All three students advanced to the second round of in the competition.

Congrats to for representing CCHS so well at this prestigious event, and further congrats to Parker Culp for advancing to the Third round and then receiving 3rd place overall in the Musical Theater Division!!

Campbell County Theatre Arts Presents

Campbell County Theatre Arts Presents "Inspecting Carol."

Dates: Nov. 1 & 3 at 7:30pm and Nov. 4 at 2pm. 

Tickets will go on sale to the public starting Monday, Oct. 22nd at http://www.cctheatrearts.org  


Notice of Vacant Campbell County Board of Education Seat

The Kentucky Commissioner of Education is seeking applications to be considered for appointment to the Campbell County Board of Education.  You are invited to nominate yourself or someone you know who is qualified to serve on the Campbell County Board of Education representing Educational Division # 2. 

Click here to access the Advertisement for the Board of Education Seat.

Application forms and additional information for this position are available on the KDE website

You can also click here to download the Local Board of Education Appointment Application. 


CCS 2019-2020 Calendar (DRAFT) Feedback

CCS Community –

Please know that the CCS District Calendar Committee has been hard at work discussing and developing a drafted 2019-2020 school district calendar.  At this time, the committee is inviting comments and feedback on the drafted calendar prior to submitting its recommendations to the Superintendent. 

Follow the link below to view the drafted 2019-2020 calendar and email any feedback to Sam Jones, Director of Student Services, at sam.jones@campbell.kyschools.us

CCS 2019-2020 Calendar (Review DRAFT)

Thank you,

Go Camels!

Principal Mazzei Seeks Support for Let Me Run Program

Campbell Ridge Elementary Principal, Tony Mazzei, is using his love of running to propel the “Let Me Run” program at his school into the national spotlight.  Let Me Run, founded in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2009, is a non-profit wellness program that inspires boys to be themselves, be active and belong. Mazzei hopes to promote the program by running as a Let Me Run representative in the New York City Marathon on November 4, 2018.

The program at Campbell Ridge, led by Principal Mazzei, is built around a comprehensive curriculum that applies the power of running to encourage boys to develop their psychological, emotional and social health, as well as their physical health.  Twice a week, for seven weeks, Mazzei leads the elementary team through practice.  Designed to amplify confidence, self-expression and respect for others, each practice includes a lesson from the Let Me Run Curriculum that incorporates running, games and activities.  Each fall and spring season culminates in a 5K race that celebrates the boys’ personal growth.  

Community Volunteers are needed for CCS Reading and Mentoring Program

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