Grant's Lick Elementary School
Book Fair Coming... Shop Online

The Book Fair is coming.  You can click here to shop online.


Grant's Lick student receives magazine recognition

Aydan Hamilton, a 4th grade student at GLE, was recognized in "Baseball Youth" magazine as one of the top shortstops in the Midwest. Aydan helped lead the Cincy Flames to an incredible 69-9 record this year, and he's led the team the past three yeas in batting average. The Flames played in the USSSA Elite 32 World Series at the ESPN Wide World of Sports for the second year in a row, and they were also invited to the Road to Memphis event. Congratulations Aydan!  


Upcoming Health Fair

The City of Alexandria and Christ Hospital are hosting a "Health Fair" for the Alexandria Community on Saturday, October 25th from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the Calvin Perry Community Center. Please click here for more information.


AJ Jolly Park Spooktacular Halloween Event

            

AJ Jolly park is hosting a Spooktacular Halloween Weekend!

Click here to learn about Spooktacular Halloween Event

 

Click here to learn more about AJ Jolly Park’s Final Camping Weekend 2014


Grant's Lick Teacher 2014 Hixson Teacher of the Year Finalist

Candice Kelsch, 5th grade teacher at Grant's Lick Elementary, was honored tonight as a 2014 Hixson Teacher of the Year finalist. Employees at Hixson, an architecture, engineering, and interior design firm located in Mt. Adams, can nominate their children's or grandchildren's teachers for the award. The award was first given in 1991. Besides the nomination by the family, nominees must answer several detailed questions and have a letter of recommendation from their principal. Mrs. Kelsch was nominated by Randy and Kerensa Smith, parents of Harrison Smith who was in Mrs. Kelsch's class last year. We are very proud of Mrs. Kelsch and her accomplishments!


Electronic Communication Update

This year, we are sending monthly newsletters, menus, and other important info to you electronically.  Our October communication was sent on September 30th.  You should have received Mrs. Kukla’s newsletter, the October lunch menu, and several other pieces of information in one attachment.  It was sent to your e-mail on file at school and if you use Infinite Campus, you will also receive the message in your IC inbox.  If you DID NOT receive this information, please call Angie Perkins in the office at 859-635-2129 or e-mail her at angie.perkins@campbell.kyschools.us with your correct e-mail address. If you do not have an e-mail address, please let us know and we can accommodate you with paper copies each month.  We appreciate your patience as we make these changes.                                                             

 

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October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

Thursday, October 16th at the Cold Spring Library, the Decoding Dyslexia KY group is holding a free information meeting for all parents, teachers, and grandparents at 6:30 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. "Embracing Dyslexia" movie will start at 7:00 p.m.

On Thursday, October 23rd at the Ft. Thomas Carrico Library, there will be free meeting, open to the public! Movie starts at 7:00 p.m.


Morning News

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A.J. Jolly Spook-tacular event

Campbell County Parks & Recreation would like to invite children ages 12 & under to a spook-tacular time at the park. This event will take place at A.J. Jolly Park on October 25th from 2pm - 9pm.

Anticipated activities include: Hayrides, Petting Zoo, Face Painting, etc. Click here for more details.


Campbell County Receives 3rd National Ranking

In 2013, Newsweek Magazine listed Campbell County High School as one of the best public high schools in the nation based on strong academic and advanced placement programs. In the Spring of 2014, CCS received a second national ranking. The Washington Post ranked Campbell County High School as one of the most challenging high schools in the nation.  This week, Campbell County High School received a 3rd National Ranking.  The Daily Beast ranked CCHS 531 in the nation in its 2014 Top High Schools Report.  In addition to these national rankings, Campbell County Schools is also a "Distinguished” district on the Kentucky State Assessments.  Congratulations students and staff!