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NEWPORT, Ky. –Newport Independent Schools - known for innovative approaches to teaching students and engaging the community - is implementing a series of continuous improvement strategies this school year and laying the foundation to launch a magnet school in the future.

Newport Schools have a reputation for innovation, such as the award-winning home visits our teachers, administrators and staff make to every student at the beginning of each school year," said Newport Independent Schools Superintendent Kelly Middleton. "The continuous improvement strategies, along with the potential of launching a magnet school in the near future, are further examples of how Newport Schools are doing all we can to provide the best education possible for your current and future students.

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Banned Books Week Nathan

September 23-29 is Banned Books Week. Celebrate your right to read by checking out the list of most challenged books and select one to read.....

NHS August Reader of the Month Logan F

Congratulations to Logan Fulmer, the NHS Reader of the Month for August.

5th Annual “Souper Bowl” on October 19th 2018 Chilli Cook Off

To participate you must prepare a pot of chili or soup for tasting during the game. Another option is for a $5 donation we will allow the fans to sample all the different types of chilies/soups and cast a vote for their favorite.

Tasting will begin before the game at 6:30PM and continue throughout the third quarter. Between the third and fourth quarters of the game we will announce the winner of our “Souper Bowl” cook-off and they will receive a prize. The proceeds from the “Souper Bowl” will go to Newport High School’s FBLA.  If you would like to participate and enter a soup/chili please let Bert Richey (@ Newport High School) know by no later than October 12th.


The Wildcats wrap up Homecoming week with a Victory and RCNKY News Review! NHSFB

The Wildcats are off to their best start since 2006. The Wildcat Football team wrap up Home Coming week with a 43-19 win over the Ludlow  Panthers. The Wildcats will be back in action this Friday, September 21 @ 7:30 As the take on the Frankfort Panthers in a non-conference game @ Frankfort (KY) on .

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Photos by Brian Frey RCNKY

Congratulations to the 2018 Homecoming King and Queen 2018 Homecoming King and Queen

Congratulations to the Newport High School 2018 Homecoming King Zach Wilson and Queen Maddy Webb. 

PLC Guest Speaker Kirkendall

Debbie Silver, author of Fall Down 7 Times, Get Up 8, demonstrates a point with Coach Kirkendall during a recent PLC day.

Homecoming Door Contest Winner Fatsy's codor

Ms. Fatsy's CATS Club won the Homecoming door decorating contest. The class will have a special doughnut breakfast. Congratulations!

MAP Testing MAP

Students at Newport High School will begin MAP testing shortly. MAP is an important tool used to measure each student's individual growth.

Makers at the Library Thomas Petty

Thomas Petty and his son, Logan, were featured on the cover of the September Campbell County Library newsletter using maker resources. School libraries are also embracing the Maker Movement as part of becoming Future Ready.

The Great American Read KET

What is the Greatest American Novel? Continue reading to find out.