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Parent Basecamp

Want to Make a Difference in Your Child’s School?

Basecamp is a first step for parents and community leaders interested in taking active roles in public education in Kentucky – for their own children and all children. This one-day training will introduce participants to focused and effective approaches to engagement in Kentucky’s schools. By participating in Basecamp, parents and other community leaders will be well-prepared for future participation in the Governor’s Commonwealth Institute for Parent Leadership (GCIPL).

For more details:  http://www.kenton.kyschools.us/userfiles/12851/my%20files/parent%20leadership%20basecamp%20flyer.pdf?id=56801 

March open swim hours at Scott High School Aquatic Center Swimming Pool

The Kenton County School District will offer Open Swim at the Aquatic Center at Scott High School on the following dates and times in March:

Attention Parents of 5th Grade Students!

Parents:

We want your input! Please click below to download a parent survey and return to your child's teacher as soon as possible. A hard copy was sent home with your child on February 21st as well. THANKS!

 

http://www.kenton.kyschools.us/userfiles/12851/my%20files/parent%20survey%20for%205th%20gr.%20students%20rres%2002.17.17.pdf?id=56755

Open Swim at Scott High School Aquatics Center Open Swim times

The Kenton County Aquatics Center at Scott High School is offering Open Swim on the following dates and times:

  • Friday, February 10th: 4:30-6:30 PM
  • Friday, February 17th: 6-7:30 PM
  • Friday, February 24th: 4-7 PM
  • Monday, February 27th: 4-6:30; 7-9 PM
  • Tuesday, February 28th: 4-6:30; 7-9 PM

$1– Kids/$2– Adults — No Registration Necessary

 

KCSD Inclement Weather Policy

By Terri Cox-Cruey, Ed. D., Superintendent of Kenton County Schools

The winter can be challenging to our instructional rhythm and overall school operations. It is particularly frustrating when events, scheduled well in advance, have to be canceled or postponed. While scheduling and rescheduling events during inclement weather is challenging, our current policy is to work with each school based on their circumstances to make sure the activity takes place for our students. Positive, proactive communication is necessary for all participants as we work together to disseminate information district-wide. I want to take this time to review how decisions are made when weather takes precedent.

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