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Welcome to Campbell Ridge! Our mission is to "provide a safe, caring environment where everyone is engaged in successful learning." Take some time and browse our site, read some facts about our school here and visit us on FaceBook and Twitter. If you have any questions or would like a tour of CRES, call me at 859-448-4780, or email me at Thanks for visiting and Go COMETS!

School News

KMEA Annual 5th Grade Honors Chorus

The Kentucky Music Educators 6th District Association held its annual 5th Grade Honors Chorus at First Baptist Church in Cold Spring, KY on November 13, 2015.  Elementary schools from Campbell County Schools which included Reiley Elementary, Grants Lick Elementary, Cline Elementary, and Campbell Ridge Elementary participated in this event.  The music teachers at the schools are Leslie Hagan, Melissa Little, Melissa Marotta, and Lederrick Wesley. Thirty-two schools from across Northern Kentucky were represented at this event. The conductor for the honor choir was Dr. James Tipps who serves as professor of music at Wright State University.  Congratulation students on participating in the event and performing a great concert!   

Kindergarten Readiness Winter Wonderland Extravaganza!

Campbell County Schools in partnership with the community is hosting a free Winter Wonderland event December 5th from 9:30-11:30am at Crossroads Elementary to showcase the importance of dialogic reading with children from birth to age six and the necessary skills to be successful in Kindergarten.  Any parent with children ages 0 - 6 years can attend. Those registering online who attend have a chance to win a $100 gift card. Registration is preferred but not required.  Click here for more information and click here to register.

Please contact Marion Colvin for more information on registering for this event @ 859-635-2173 or via email .

CRES Thanksgiving Food Drive November 16th-20th

Dear CRES Family,

The Holidays are quickly approaching and the students and staff are hoping to provide families with a Holiday Basket of food and necessities. Our Holiday Drive will begin the week of November 16th – 20th. We are asking each grade level to bring in different items to ensure variety. Your generosity will be greatly appreciated! If you have any questions, please call the FRC at

448-4789. THANKS SO MUCH! 


Drop Your Drawers is a campaign asking for donations of packages of new underwear for children in need from all public elementary schools in Campbell County. New packages of boys and girls underwear in sizes 4-16 are desperately needed at local elementary schools. The donations will help replenish the schools’ supplies of emergency underpants and provide direct assistance to each school’s Family Resource Centers.  Please click here for more information.

We appreciate your generosity!

Parent Training on Internet Safety/SSS Night!

FREE Parent Training On Internet Safety/SSS Night

Unfamiliar with social media? Not sure where to start? This is the course for you! Attend this training to learn more about the basics of internet safety, security, social networking and how to protect your family.

Join Campbell Ridge FRC and Kids First on Tuesday, November 10th from 6-7:30 in the CRES Library. Childcare is provided. Please RSVP with Sarah Harmon @ 448-4789 or 

Join us for Bornlearning Academy!

The United Way Born Learning Academy uses the best of those proven tips, tools and resources to help families take a more active role in preparing their children for kindergarten. These free work- shops are for parents and caregivers of children, from birth to age five. For United Ways, it’s a low- cost investment in family engagement and school readiness, without having to create a new curriculum. Wherever you are in your early education work, United Way Born Learning Academy can add momentum, help leverage partnerships and deep- en your community impact work.

Best Practices in Kindergarten Readiness!

Wondering how to have your child kindergarten ready?  Check out this video developed by Children, Inc. covering important practices drawn from what we know about childhood brain development! Click here for video.  For more information regarding how to have your child kindergarten ready, please contact Myssi Turner at 635-2173.

Safe Schools Week: October 19th-23rd!

Next week, October 19th-23rd, is Kentucky Safe Schools Week!! This year’s theme is “I want to be a School Safety Superhero!” It focuses on building-up the self-esteem of the students in your school, while working toward an environment free of Bullying, Cyberbullying, Harassment and Conflict. From Superman to Captain America most Superheroes started with problems or issues and turned their uniqueness into a power or force.  They used their power for the betterment of society.  The campaign highlights the word SUPER and qualities necessary to be a SUPERHERO at school. S-Strong, U-Understanding, P-Powerful, E-Encouraging and R-Respectful, by using these character words to teach and describe our students, they can become School Safety Superheroes.

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