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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.

Congratulations to Hunter Blair!  He won the 2016 Yes I Can! Award in the area of Self Advocacy.

Congratulations to Hunter Blair!  He won the 2016 Yes I Can! Award in the area of Self Advocacy.

He was presented with his award at the Annual Kentucky CEC Conference held at the Galt House in Louisville on Monday, November 21, 2016.

Congrats, Hunter!  You are a great example of Colonel Pride!!

Alert: Snow Removal Maintenance Changes for Some Kenton County Roads

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.

Dixie Student Artwork Accepted into the Thomas More High School Art Show

Over the election weekend, the following students had artwork accepted into the Thomas More College High School Art show.

Download the KCSD Mobile App! KCSD Mobile App

The Kenton County School District is proud to announce that we have launched a mobile app.

KyAEA Winners

Jessica Sharp / 2nd Place / 3D art

Alyssa Hammel / 3rd Place / 3D art

Sam Martin / 2nd Place / Exceptional Student

Xavier Student Exhibition Award Winners

Congratulations to the following students, whose work was juried into the Xavier University sponsored High School Student Exhibition.  Their work will be on display form November 4th - 18th.

Congratulations to our Dixie Heights Band members

The following Dixie Heights Band members have auditioned for and were awarded positions in various high level musical ensembles associated with the College Conservatory of Music, at UC and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

 

After School Tutoring Transportation...........

Dixie is excited to announce that, beginning Thursday, 9/8, we will offer FREE school bus/transportation service to our in-district students who stay for activities/after-school tutoring/credit recovery!!!

New SBDM Policy
Dual Credit Scholarship Program............

An Executive Order is being issued by Governor Bevin to establish the framework for the Dual Credit Scholarship (DCS) program. The purpose of the program is to ensure Kentucky public high school students have access to free dual credit coursework so they may obtain the education and skills needed to succeed in the workforce. The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) is the state agency responsible for administration of the DCS program.

CERT Assessment............

Your child will complete an in-school assessment using CERT, the College Equipped Readiness Tool. The assessment, which is aligned with the ACT College and Career Readiness Standards, was designed to measure your child's proficiency in English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. Below is information intended to help you better understand the results of this assessment and any previous assessments.

The Kenton County School District is hiring!

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!

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