Campbell Ridge Elementary School
SBDM Meeting tonight
Posted On: Thursday, December 18, 2014
The Campbell Ridge SBDM Council will meet prior to the Winter Arts Showcase this evening to present the 2014-15 School Improvement Plan and to receive feedback from all interested parties, please join us before the BIG SHOW! Meeting at 5:00, Arts Showcase at 6:00pm.
Young Rembrandt's Club Information
Posted On: Friday, December 12, 2014
The Young Rembrandt's Art Club is set to begin after the Winter Break. Click here for more info.
Posted On: Friday, December 12, 2014
Weekly Update and News!
Come sing the Hallelujah Chorus with us!
Posted On: Wednesday, December 10, 2014
The CCMS 8th Grade and CCHS Choirs will be doing a combined Winter Concert on Thursday, Dec. 18 at 7:30PM in the CCHS Auditorium.
We are inviting the singers in the community to join us for our final selection “Hallelujah” from Handel’s Messiah. If you would like to be a part of this event, please communicate with Joshua Huff Joshua.email@example.com or Amy Huff firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a PDF of the music and a link to a Dropbox rehearsal tracks for each voice part.
We will rehearse the Hallelujah Chorus before the concert at 6:45PM in the CCHS auditorium. Hope to see you there!!
CRES Star Performer Morgan Knight has been selected to KMEA All-State Choir
Posted On: Friday, December 5, 2014
Campbell Ridge is very proud of Morgan Knight who has been selected to be part of the KMEA All-State Choir! Mrs. Martin, school counselor, interviewed Morgan about how she made it this far.
When do you start singing?
“I started singing when I was in Kindergarten”
How long have you been part of CRES chorus?
“3rd grade and I have loved it ever since!”
Why do you love singing?
"I love singing because it helps me throughout my life and it makes me feel better and happy"
Who is your favorite artist?
“My favorite artist would have to be Ariana Grande”
What did you have to do to make the all-state choir?
“Had to practice a lot and it paid off in the end”
Congratulations Morgan! Keep up the great work!
Winbigler sworn in for another term
Posted On: Thursday, December 4, 2014
Congratulations to Campbell County Board of Education member, Janis Winbigler, as she was sworn in on Wednesday, December 3rd for another four year term. Winbingler is shown being sworn in by CCS Board Attorney, Jason Reed. Thank you for all you do, Mrs. Winbigler!
Students selected for KMEA All State-Choir
Posted On: Tuesday, November 25, 2014
The following students have been selected for KMEA All-State Choir. Over 2,000 students auditioned for the groups, and approximately 300 students were selected. These students will perform with the top singers in the state at the Kentucky Center for the Arts on Feb. 5, 2015.
Campbell Ridge-Morgan Knight
CCHS-Courtney Blythe, Alyssa Neeriemer, Joseph Robinson
CCMS- Christa Justus, Austin Orme, Rhianna McCormick, Nicholas Yungbluth
Camel Athletic Boosters Winter Fundraiser
Posted On: Thursday, November 20, 2014
The Camel Athletic Boosters have partnered with Smith and Jolly Landscaping for a joyful Winter Fundraiser. Beautiful Fraser Fir Wreaths, Decorated Door Charms, Pine Rope, Poinsettias, and Grave Site Decorations are now available for online purchasing. Smith and Jolly Landscaping will donate10% back to the Camel Athletic Boosters for all items purchased. Your support is greatly appreciated!
Please visit http://camelpride.com/boosters/2014/11/17/winter-fundraiser-sales/ to place your order today.
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CCS performs with the Northern Kentucky Honor Choir
Posted On: Tuesday, November 18, 2014
On Friday, November 14th, students from Grant's Lick, Reiley, Campbell Ridge, and Cline performed with the Northern Kentucky Honor Choir. They performed with students from 32 other elementary schools! It was a wonderful performance by incredibly talented students!
Campbell County Receives 3rd National Ranking
Posted On: Thursday, August 28, 2014
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!