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Principal's Message

Hello Cardinals, It is with great excitement that I welcome you to the 2016-2017 school year at Grant’s Lick Elementary! I hope that everyone has had a fun and safe summer. We are looking forward to beginning a new year and watching our Cardinals continue to grow and soar to new heights. Our students are provided with daily opportunities to think critically and to think creatively. They are encouraged to ask questions and to dig deeper to extend their knowledge and understanding. I ...

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SBDM meeting time scheduled for Tuesday, December 13th, has been changed from 5:30 PM to 5:15 PM.
We Need Your Feedback!

We value your input!  The attached draft highlights (in yellow) proposed changes to our District Improvement Plan.  We are excited to share these with you!  Our focus is to improve rigor, engagement, and growth in every classroom as we prepare all students for college, career, and life.

Please click here to view document.  To provide input, please click here.

Congratulations NKY Honor Choir Students NKY Honor Choir Students

On November 11th,  24 students from Reiley, Grant’s Lick, Campbell Ridge, and Cline participated in the Northern Kentucky Honor Choir. The NKHC is made up of almost 200 students from various schools all over Northern Kentucky.

Congrats to our wonderful performers!

CCHS Student Raising Funds for Needy Families Snowmen for sale!

A student at Campbell County High School, Leah Wooten, is at it again, raising funds for a good cause!  She is making the snowmen, women and children that you see below.  All proceeds will go to the Family Resource and Youth Service Centers serving our most needy families.  If you would like to purchase one, Small are $20, medium are $25 and large are $30. 

 

Please send an email to Melanie.wooten38@yahoo.comHurry before supplies are gone!

 

 

Campbell County School Receives 4.9 Million in Federal Funding for Comprehensive School Safety Work

Youth violence continues to be a significant concern in US schools, yet no study has focused on using networked school-aged peers to report and mitigate instances of bullying, peer conflict and/or school violence.  Campbell County School District was notified late last week that they have received 4.9 million dollars in funding from the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) to do just that.   The district pursued this competitive research grant in May of 2016 as part of the NIJ Comprehensive School Safety Initiative.  The goal of this initiative is to improve the safety of our nation’s schools and students through rigorous research that produces practical knowledge. Click here for the entire press release about this wonderful opportunity for our students.

SBDM SPECIAL MEETING

GLE SBDM Council Special Meeting-Principal Selection
Monday, February 22, 2016
3:45 PM Grant's Lick Elementary Media Center 

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