Student Nutrition is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge.
The Kenton County School District is pleased to announce that eight of its schools have been ranked Distinguished, according to data released in the 2015-16 Kentucky School Report Card.
Congratulations to Dixie Heights Assistant Principal Tom Spritzky for being inducted into the Northern Kentucky Athletic Directors Hall of Fame.
Congratulations to Andrew Perry of Dixie Heights High School, and Victor Papyshev and Chelsea Russell from Simon Kenton High School for being named 2017 National Merit Semi-Finalists!
Please join us for a Project ASCENT and ASCENT Arts Open House on Wednesday, September 7 at 6:30 at Summit View Academy.
The Kenton School District expresses sincere gratitude to all who have served our country. Thank you and Happy Veterans Day!
Support your school by attending the Florence Freedom game on Wednesday, May 24. Tickets are just $10 (which includes all fees), and $4 from every ticket sold will come back to your school! In addition, the Family Resource Center will receive a portion of the profits.
Simon Kenton, Scott and Dixie Heights high schools are all offering various sports camps over the summer.
Congratulations to Kayla Marzian, a graduate of Dixie Heights High School and an alumna of the Kenton County Academies of Innovation and Technology, who was recently named a Devito Scholar at Purdue University. Kayla credits KCAIT for helping her achieve this honor.
The Commissioner's Student Council is a year-long program for Kentucky public school students in grades 10-12. The council will play a vital role in providing input regarding issues that face education in Kentucky and work with KDE staff to develop ideas that will work to improve and transform education.
Author and graphic novelist Gene Yang will visit Dixie Heights High School on Friday, Sept. 29 at 10 a.m.
Students or staff interested in purchasing a book should download an order form here.
Dixie Heights High School (3010 Dixie Highway, Fort Mitchell, KY) is hosting a Health Fair on November 12th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. This FREE event is open to the community.
The Kenton County Aquatics Center at Scott High School is offering Open Swim on the following dates and times:
$1– Kids/$2– Adults — No Registration Necessary
Five high school students from Kentucky, including two from KCAIT, have been named 2017 winners in the Emperor Science Award Program, sponsored by PBS LearningMedia and Stand Up To Cancer.
Chick-fil-A Houston Road is sponsoring the annual Stuff the Bus Competition on Tuesday, July 26 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Anyone donating three or more school supplies will receive a coupon for a free chicken sandwich!
Susan Martin, Coordinator for the Ryland Heights Elementary Family Resource Center, received the Kynect Partner of the Year Award from the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission for her work with the Kynect Program and Ryland Families.
It is with great honor that the Kentucky Center for Instructional Discipline/KY PBIS Network recognizes the following schools in the Kenton County Schools with the Fidelity Sticker to place on their PBIS banner.
Congratulations to Fort Wright Elementary Principal Tina Wartman, who received the 2016 Ann S. Booth Mathematics Education Service and Achievement Award (M.E.S.A. Award) on Friday, November 4.
Congratulations to Simon Kenton grad Sarah Setters and Scott grad Reed Spata for earning national recognition after receiving first and second place in the National French Week Essay Contest, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French.
Both students currently attend the University of the Cumberlands.
May 6-12 is National Nurses Week, with May 10 specifically designed as National School Nurse Day.
Thank you for all that you do and allow this day, School Nurse Day, to shine a very bright light on what you do every day for a better tomorrow. You care for children! You are a school nurse.
The Kenton County School District welcomes Mr. Ray Stanley as the new principal at Turkey Foot Middle School.
It’s time for parents to start thinking about health requirements for back to school! Meeting health requirements for school attendance is an important part of making sure your child is ready for school. These requirements provide the assurance that your child is not only up-to-date on necessary immunizations, but also that he/she is healthy to attend school. Keep your child “on track” by making sure that he/she meets the health requirements every school year.
Congratulations to the Scott High School volleyball team, who won the 10th Region tournament and will now compete in the KHSAA State Tournament.
On Thursday, Nov. 3, the Kenton County School District held its second annual 'Excellence is Everywhere' banquet, where we honor outstanding teachers throughout our district.
The Kenton County School District was presented with several OASIS (Outstanding Achievement in School Information Services) Awards during the annual KYSPRA conference in Owensboro, Ky.
Congratulations to Dixie Heights senior Madyson Haynes, who was named a finalist in the Visual Arts category of the Cincinnati Arts Association Overture Awards..
We are excited to announce that the Campbell County YMCA and Scott High School are teaming up again this year for swimming lessons.
Congratulations to Turkey Foot students Matthew Kane, John Ewing, Leia Rose, Elise Muehlenkamp, Ian Storrs, and Sasha Taylor for winning 6th place at the WorldFinals competition, in Iowa, for Odyssey of the Mind.
The Kenton County Academies of Innovation and Technology and SQUARE1, Inc. teamed up for an entrepreneurship and business basics crash course – Idea to Startup.
The Kenton County School District welcomes two new principals to our district.
Congratulations to a group of River Ridge fifth grade students, who were selected as one of four winners of the 2016 School Bus Safety Poster Contest. The theme this year was #STOPONRED.
Upon further review from the Kentucky Department of Education, the Kenton County School District is now ranked Distinguished again, according to the 2015-16 School Report Card.
Results from the Regional Scholastic Art Awards are out, and Dixie Heights High School students have won several awards.
Congratulations to the Scott High School boys basketball team, who made a run to the Final Four in the KHSAA Sweet 16 tournament.
Congratulations to the following students, who have been selected to participate in the Governor's Scholars Program this summer.
Are you looking for a job that has benefits? Would you like to work the same schedule as your children? The Kenton County School District has a job for you!
Congratulations to all graduates of Dixie Heights, Scott and Simon Kenton High Schools! Best of luck in the future.
For photo galleries from graduation, click here.
The Kenton County School District is offering free summer meals to school-aged children.
Check out this feature on the Kenton County Academies of Innovation and Technology from NKY Thrives!
Across the state this month, local school board members, including those in the Kenton County school district, will be saluted by their administrators, faculty, staff, students and community members during Kentucky’s observation of School Board Recognition Month
Congratulations to Family Community Services Consultant Linda Vila-Passione, who has received the Mary Ann Mongan Literacy Award.
The members of the Kenton County Board of Education are pleased to announce that Mr. Neil Stiegelmeyer has accepted their offer to serve as the Kenton County Interim Superintendent beginning April 1.
Congratulations to scholars from the Media Arts Academies at the Kenton County Academies of Innovation and Technology for winning Blue Chip Community Media Awards.
The Kenton County School District hosted several parent education nights to inform parents about social media. Online materials and video is now available.
Haven Hurtt, an 8th grade student at Woodland Middle School, read an article online that inspired her to begin a book drive.
Congratulations to the Simon Kenton girls soccer team, who advanced to the Final Four in the KHSAA State Tournament.
The Scholastic Writing Awards have completed their national judging and Turkey Foot 7th grader Abby Kane has won a distinguished Silver Medal for a personal narrative she wrote earlier this year.
The Kenton County School District was well-represented at the annual Northern Kentucky Education Council Excellence in Education banquet.
Congratulations to Simon Kenton teacher Charity Harrier, who has been named the High School Kentucky Art Education (KyAEA) Art Teacher of the Year.
Congratulations to Simon Kenton senior soccer player Abigail Zoeller, who has been selected to play in the Girls High School All-American Soccer game.
With winter approaching, the Kenton County School District wanted to make parents, students and the community aware of changes coming to snow removal maintenance on some roads.
Here is a list of Community Education courses available for this winter/spring. All courses are open to the public.
Don't forget the ASCENT Arts application deadline is Thursday, March 23!
Carla Oetinger from Ryland Heights Elementary is a semifinalist for the Kentucky Teacher of the Year Award.
Congratulations to Summit View Academy 5th grader Kylie, who was named a finalist in the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s 180 Awards contest.
Congratulations to Woodland students Josephine Stadtlander and Amber Neuspickle, who have been chosen as winners in the Why I Love America Calendar Contest.
The Kenton County School District is proud to announce that we have launched a mobile app.
Here is some exciting music news from the Kenton County School District
Congratulations to Chelsea Russell and Victor Papyshev from Simon Kenton, who have been named National Merit Finalists.
Team 8660C of the Women's Engineering Academy received the Judges Award at this past week's State VEX robotics Competition.
Congratulations to all students who participated in the KHSAA state archery tournament on April 18.
Congratulations to the Dixie Heights High School varsity cheerleading squad, who won their first UCA National Championship!
Congratulations to the Simon Kenton girls basketball team, who won the 8th Region Tournament and earned a berth in the KHSAA Girls Sweet 16 tournament.
The Twenhofel Middle School Bands performed in Greaves Hall at Northern Kentucky University on Monday, March 6, for the Large Ensemble State Performance Assessment sponsored by the Kentucky Music Educators Association.
The Kenton County School District has again been named a 2017 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award winner for continued leadership in protecting our environment through superior energy efficiency achievements. KCSD’s accomplishments will be recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy in Washington, D.C. on April 26, 2017.
All events are open to the public.
Fall 2016 Community Education Offerings / Events:
Please consider participating in a Community Education course this fall. Click the headline for more information and a registration form.
Congratulations to Jason Kreinbrink from Turkey Foot Middle School, who won the 2016 Kenton County School District Spelling Bee.
Congratulations to Leann Lewis of Simon Kenton, who was named the Northern Kentucky Education Association (NKEA) Teacher of the Year.
The Kenton County Board of Education has approved the following dates and times for high school graduation:
Congratulations to the following students, who have been accepted to the 2017 Governor's School for the Arts:
Hunter Blair has been recognized with a national 2017 Yes I Can Award Nomination by the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) as part of its annual convention on April 21 in Boston.
Congratulations to Dixie Heights senior Jack Reynolds, who has won a silver medal in the National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for his photograph titled "Over the Edge."
Congratulations to scholars from the Kenton County Academies of Innovation and Technology's (KCAIT) for winning the Lieutenant Governors Entrepreneurship Challenge Regionals!
Congratulations to the following Odyssey of the Mind Teams who competed in the Northern Regional Odyssey of the Mind tournament on Feb. 25:
Congratulations to Scott High School's Lindsey Fox, who won her 2nd straight state diving championship.
Congratulations to Woodland Middle School Teacher Roger Hall, who has been recognized as a winner in Barnes and Noble's 'My Favorite Teacher' Contest.
Congratulations to Simon Kenton's Casey Cornett, who again won the KHSAA state wrestling championship in his class.
After a wildly successful first year, the Kenton County School District is continuing our work with UpSpring to provide a summer camp for our students who are homeless. The camp is a healthy mix of academics and new experiences for students. This will not only be a great summer job but an awesome opportunity for our staff members to continue making a difference this summer.