Grant's Lick Elementary School
CCMS STLP State Winners

 

Congratulations to the CCMS STLP students for another successful year at state competition!! 

 

  • Ryan Bezold and JT Reagor received 1st place in UK Computer Programming.
  • Alex Schuchter received 1st place in Business Model Presentation.
  • Landen Davis and Casey Kyle received 2nd place in Creating Mobile Apps.
  • Camryn Mergenthal state finalist for Digital Photography.
  • Alex Schuchter state finalist for Graphic Design.
  • JT Reagor state finalist for Multimedia Game Programming.

Our STLP also received a GOLD chapter award for meeting all 6 STLP goals.

 

Congratulations for the exceptional effort given by our CCMS technology leaders of tomorrow!

 


CCHS Greenhouse is Open for Business

The Campbell County High School FFA greenhouse is open for business beginning April 28th and continuing through May 30th.  Plants can be purchased Monday through Friday from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  The greenhouse will be closed on Sundays and for rain.  Please purchase your spring plants and help support CCHS FFA!

 


Little Awarded KOSA Scholarship

Congratulations to Melissa Little, Integrated Arts teacher at Grant's Lick Elementary.   Mrs. Little has been awarded a full scholarship from KOSA (Kentucky Orff-Schulwerk Association) for this summer’s UK Orff Levels. This honor will allow her to complete her third and final Orff certification during a two-week program at the University of Kentucky. We are very excited for you, Mrs. Little!


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!


The Book Fair is Coming!!! April 21-25

Check out our book fair website:

http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/grantslickelementaryschool


Help GLE Win a Microsoft Surface

Attend the 2nd annual K Readiness Fair on 4/19.  Each visitor will sign in and list the elementary where their perspective student(s) will attend.  The school who has the most attendees representing them  will receive a free Netbook for their school!!!

See the attached flyer.


Tickets On Sale for Beauty and the Beast
CCHS Drama presents Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
April 25-27th
Tickets available online, in the school media center, and at the door.

Relay for Life Date Is Set
Consider joining the  "Relay For Life of Campbell County" on Friday, May 30 - Saturday, May 31 from 6PM to 6AM at Tower Park in Ft. Thomas.  Click here for more details.

CCS Robotics Headed to State

  On Saturday, March 8, 2014  over 75 students from Campbell Ridge Elementary, Crossroads Elementary, Reiley Elementary, Campbell County Middle School and Campbell County High School competed in the Campbell County RCX Regional Tournament.  Congratulations to the outstanding Campbell County School District RoboticsTeams who will represent CCS at the STLP State Championship on April 22, 2014. Read on for team results.  Keep up the great work!

              


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CCHS Ranks #2 in Northern Kentucky on SAT Scores The high academic achievement continues in Campbell County! Campbell County High School scored #2, just behind Highlands High School, on SAT test scores.  Click here for more information.  Congratulations CCS students and staff!
Grant's Lick Misson Statement With the help of our 5th grade Cardinals, Grant's Lick Elementary has revised our mission statement as follows:

At Grant's Lick Elementary, our mission is to exceed expectations every day. All students, staff, and family members will be a part of learning and leading in a safe and welcoming environment where 21st century learning skills are at the forefront. Students will come from Grant's Lick Elementary ready to serve our community, our country, and our world.

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!

CCS Celebrates Historical Moment

On August 23, 2013, the students, staff and community of Campbell County Schools, in partnership with the Campbell County Board of Education and Superintendent Glen A. Miller, dedicated two new state-of-the-art facilities including the Campbell County Area Technology Center and the Campbell County High School Athletic Complex.  Click here for pictures of this historical milestone in CCS history.


Online Cafeteria Payment Option Announced

New Food Service Point of Sale and Online Program for all CCS Cafeterias will begin August 14, 2013. The Infinite Campus Parent Portal will provide you with online access to your student’s food service account activities and also the ability to make online payments.  The old online payment system, Meal Pay Plus was closed out May 25, 2013 and we apologize for the electronic reminders that you may have received recently from Meal Pay Plus.  All account balances have been transferred to the new program.  Please contact Kathy Lauer or Stephanie Caldwell at 859-635-2173 with any questions.