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CCHS Culinary Arts Students Competing in Kentucky Farm to State Junior Chef Competition

Hannah Rauch, James Rigg, Eric Montgomery, Sarah Begley and Sam Ford will be competing at the regional level in the Junior Chef culinary competition in hopes of moving on to the state finals taking place at the Kentucky State Fair in August. Students have developed a recipe that meets specific state guidelines and ingredient requirements.

 

CCHS has the privilege of hosting this competition in the culinary arts department on May 10th at 5pm. Students will be competing against either Montgomery or Bourbon County. Students will be judged by 2 Sullivan University Chefs along with Tina Garland from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.

 

We wish them luck in this exciting event!

EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION

  

The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Northern Kentucky Education Council hosted the 2016 Excellence in Education Celebration on Thursday evening (April 28, 2016), recognizing the investment in excellence from students, teachers, principals, superintendents, business leaders and community partners across the region. This was the fifteenth year for the regional education dinner. Peggy Herald, fifth grade teacher at Grant’s Lick Elementary, was recognized for her outstanding dedication and profound effect on the lives of the children she teaches with a prestigious 2016 Golden Apple Award. She is seen here with her principal, Mr. David Enzweiler and Associate Superintendent of Campbell County Schools, Dr. Shelli Wilson. Other outstanding educators from Campbell County who were nominated include: Elaine Randall from Reiley Elementary, Brad Riley from Crossroads Elementary, Stephanie Allen from Cline Elementary, Melanie Schaefer, District Instructional Coach, Bridgett Brown and Holly Phelps both from Campbell County High School.

Lydia Schneider, senior at Campbell County High School, was the recipient of the Student Leadership Award for exhibiting exemplary characteristics in leadership.  Congratulations!  The future is brighter because of all of you!

Reagor Selected for 16-17 Regional Youth Leadership Program

Congratulations to Sidney Reagor for being selected to represent CCHS in the 2016-2017 Regional Youth Leadership program. Over 130 applications were received and 48 students were selected representing 38 different schools. What an outstanding accomplishment!

Click here to view a full listing of students selected. We are proud of you Sidney!

Brothers Stack Up the Competition

CCMS held a Sport Stacking Competition on Saturday April 23rd. Over 100 kids participated in this annual event! Congratulations to the Schweitzer boys for taking top honors in their respected divisions. Beckett took 1st place in the 1st grade Individual and 3rd in the Relay.  Parker took 1st place in the 4th grade Individual with the fastest time of the day which also earned him the Most Valuable Stacker Award. Parker also earned awards in the Doubles and Relay competitions. 

 

Congratulations boys! 

CCMS STLP STATE AWARDS 2016

Congratulations to the CCMS STLP students for doing an outstanding job at state competition on April 22nd.

Olivia Long and Madison Copes were state finalists in Digital Manipulated Photography. Our Mobile Apps Team "The App Attackers" (Olivia Long, Madison Turner, Harley Merriman, Jocelyn Vasques and Madison Copes) were awarded 1st Place in Mobile App Design. Breanna Collins, Delilah Haas and Emma Davis were also awarded 1st Place in Video Game Design. 

Way to go Camels!

Dr. David A. Rust Named Superintendent of Campbell County Schools

 Dr. David A. Rust was unanimously named the next superintendent of the Campbell County School District at the Board of Education meeting on April 18th.  Dr. Rust brings a breadth of experience to the district having served 21 years in education.  Dr. Rust will begin his tenure in Campbell County effective July 1st.  Click on the story title for more about Dr. Rust's experiences and achievements. Welcome Dr. Rust!

Campbell Nationally Ranked – 9th time in 4 years

CAMPBELL COUNTY SCHOOLS – Campbell County School District learned this week that Campbell County High School has received yet another national ranking. CCHS was ranked as one of “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” by the Washington Post with Campbell County High School ranking 9th out of all public high schools in the State of Kentucky.  Schools who are national ranked are given an index score.   The index score is the number of college-level tests given at a school in the previous calendar year divided by the number of graduates that year. Also noted are the percentage of students who come from families that qualify for lunch subsidies (Subs. lunch) and the percentage of graduates who passed at least one college-level test during their high school career, called equity and excellence, (E&E).

This is the 9th National Ranking for the NKY Campbell County School System in four years. (See rankings below).  The district is also classified as a Distinguished/Progressing District on Kentucky State Assessments. 

Reiley Elementary Teacher wins at State Competition

Congratulations to Bonita Pack, teacher at Reiley Elementary, for winning at the state level for the National Citizenship Education Teachers Award Program for Kindergarten through 5th Grades. She will now be competing at the National Level on June 9th - 12th in Louisville, Kentucky.

Way to go Mrs. Pack! We are proud of you!

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