Grant's Lick Elementary School
Welcome from Mrs. Kukla

    

Please visit our Principal's Page or click here to read a special message from Mrs. Kukla.


 

Click the link to get the Kindergarten  Supply list here.

 

Click for Grades 1-5 Supply List here.


Upcoming Dates

Party in the Playground

Thursday, August 7th at GLE

6:30-8:00 PM

Come enjoy our 2014-15 Open House!

 

Camp Camel- for all incoming 6th graders

Wednesday, August 6th at CCMS

8:00 AM-3:30 PM

Cost is $5 for the day.  Lunch is provided.

Registration form can be found online.


Readi-Fest 2014

It will be back to school before you know it! You can prepare your child for the next school year by attending Readi-Fest on July 31st. Click here for more details. To register your child to attend, click here.


CCMS Academic Team Summer Camp

Want to have some fun and meet some new friends? Keep your brain active with some fun activities? Then check out the CCMS Academic Team Summer Camp Sessions. Click here for more information.


MOS Certifications

Congratulations to those CCHS students who received their Microsoft Office Certification. We are very proud of you!

Click here to view the list.


One to One Training

Do you want to change a child's life and make a meaningful contribution to our school?

 

Become a volunteer Reading Coach!

 

One to One: Practicing Reading with Students invites Campbell County parents, grandparents, caregivers and community volunteers to play an integral role in helping struggling young readers with the support they need to be successful in reading.

 

Click here for additional information or click here to register.

 


Do You Want to Rock Out KREP?

GLE staff performance...


Academy Awards -- Mrs. Sheehy's 4th Grade Class


SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

The Campbell County School Nutrition Department is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children 18 and under without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. There will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.  Meals will be provided at the following sites:

                            Campbell County Middle School        

Monday through Friday, June 9 - June 20 and July 7 – August 1, 2014

 

Crossroads Elementary School and Campbell Ridge Elementary School

Monday through Friday, July 7 – August 1, 2014

Breakfast 8:45 am – 9:30 am /Lunch 11:31 am – 12:15 pm at all sites


4-H Summer Funshops & Day Camps

The Campbell County Cooperative Extension Service is offering many 4-H opportunities this summer. Register early while space is available! Click here for registration.


CCS Awarded 2nd National Ranking

Campbell County High School has received a second National Ranking  with being named "One of America's Most Challenging High Schools by the Washington Post.  This recognition is based on strong Advanced Placement programs.

High schools can achieve national rankings from approximately 3 sources:

  1. Newsweek
  2. Washington Post
  3. U.S. News and World Report

As of today, CCS has achieved national rankings in 2 of the 3 areas. Keep up the great work as we pursue 3 out of 3!


DISTINGUISHED, HIGH PROGRESS, SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION The 2013 K-PREP test results are in, and we are extremely proud and excited to announce that Grant's Lick Elementary is a DISTINGUISHED, HIGH PROGRESS, SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION!!! Our overall score of 73.7 (a 6.2 increase from 2012) puts us in the 96th percentile in the state and earned us the SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION ranking. Only 30 elementary schools out of 730 earned this rewards category! We earned the HIGH PROGRESS rewards category because we were in the TOP 10% of improvement IN THE STATE! Congratulations to our students, staff, families, and community! Our success is a team effort! CARDINAL PRIDE!!!!

For more information, please see the attached flyer.

Flyer

Campbell County School District is one of four school districts in the state of Kentucky and one of two school districts in Northern Kentucky to receive Kentucky's highest assessment classification "Distinguished - Progressing". Additionally, Campbell is the only county school system in the state to achieve this highest classification for state assessments.

Based on percentile rankings, school districts are categorized as Distinguished, Proficient, or Needs Improvement. With an overall score in the 93rd Percentile, the Campbell County School District is one of the top performing school districts in the state and ranks 4th in Northern Kentucky school districts just behind Beechwood, Fort Thomas and Walton Verona.  Click here to visit our school and district report cards.  It is a great time to be a part of Campbell County Schools!