District News

Newport Independent Alumni Video Series

The Newport Independent Schools have launched a video alumni series featuring graduates talking about how the Newport schools have positively impacted their lives.  Jim Kidney is a Newport High School graduate, class of 1968, and takes great pride in the community he works in and the school system that he attributes many of his successes.  Mr. Kidney's law office is located at 40 East 10th Street in Newport.

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Smithsonian Exhibition Coming To Newport Library

Smithsonian LogoNo need to travel to the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. this summer, you can visit a Smithsonian exhibition at the library!  See the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition: Hometown Teams at the Campbell County Public Library’s Newport Branch. The exhibition will be open Saturday, April 29 through June 3, 2017. 


GED Classes & Orientation

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FBLA Students Going to Nationals

FBLAFBLA students participated in the State Competition on April 17, 2017 and we have a lot to celebrate!  The students will be traveling to Anaheim, California this summer to compete at the National Competition.

Principal Hired at Primary School

Matt AtkinsThe Newport Primary School SBDM has completed the Principal Selection process.  Based on the criteria established by the council, with significant input from stakeholders and following our identified process, we have found the most qualified applicant to serve as our principal.  The SBDM has selected Mr. Matt Atkins as the Newport Primary School Principal.

Candace Young in Washington, D.C.

Candace YoungIn response to serious threats of cuts to the federal funding of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), six members of the Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (KAHPERD) from across Kentucky are headed to Capitol Hill to advocate for full funding to support professional development for teachers and health and physical education programs in schools. One of the six is our own Candace Young, who will be asking lawmakers to fully fund the federal education program Title IV, Part A, Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants, under ESSA.  Click here to read more.

Intermediate Girls 5K Run

Girls on the RunNewport Intermediate Girls on the Run team ran their practice 5k Wednesday April 19th! The final race will be May 13th with activities at 2pm followed by the final race beginning at 4pm at Paul Brown Stadium.  Go Wildcats!

Students Attend State FCCLA (Family Career Community Leaders of America) Leadership Conference

Lauren CroxsonDominique Gallichio and Lauren Croxson attended the State FCCLA (Family Career Community Leaders of America) Leadership Conference to compete in STAR Events for Career Investigations.  Lauren was elected FCCLA Vice President of Parliamentary Law for the Northern Kentucky Region and will now attend Leadership Camp in June.

Rain Barrel Project on Display at the Cincinnati Zoo

Rain BarrelA group of Intermediate School students worked on a project over the past couple of months creating, designing, and painting a rain barrel as part of the Rain Barrel Art Project organized by Save Local Waters.  The rain barrel is on display at the Cincinnati Zoo until April 20th.

Their rain barrel, titled "Wilderness Daydream", is a playful depiction of wildlife which celebrates biodiversity on our planet. Our inspiration comes from the wildlife artists Charley Harper, with his geometric representations of nature, and Henri Rousseau, depicting playful and densely layered scenery of jungle plants and animals.  The depictions of plants and animals are nearly entirely from the kids’ designs. This has been an amazing project to give the kids a sense of purpose in making contributions to both a local and worldwide issue.

Camp Joy with NIS Diversity Wildcats

Camp Joy RockLook at our 2 night, 3 day trip to Camp Joy, with NIS Diversity Wildcats after school program, in the District Photo Gallery!  These kids rocked out their spring break and had a blast doing so!

Mark Your Calendars

The Music Man Logo

The Music Man
Newport High School , 900 East 6th Street

April 20, 21, 22 at 7:00 p.m.

To make reservations, call the Newport Drama Box Office at 859-292-2800 and leave a detailed voicemail or you can email us at nhsdrama@newport.kyschools.us.  Please be sure to leave the following information for us on your message:  the date of the performance you would like to reserve, how many tickets you will need, and your name & phone number. Please plan to join us for The Music Man!

21st Century After School Programs Coming to NHS

21st CenturyNewport Independent Schools and The Brighton Center, Northern Kentucky's largest social services provider, have received a $490,000 federal grant to develop a community learning center. "Newport High Schools' 21st CCLC programming will be offered afterschool, out-of-school time such as during Spring break and during June - each of the five years of the program," Baker said. Click here to read more as reported by RCN.com.

Brighton Center to help People with their Taxes

Brighton CenterBrighton Center now has three VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) tax preparation sites open for the 2017 Tax Season.The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program offers free tax help to people who generally make $64,000 or less, persons with disabilities and the elderly who need assistance in preparing their own tax returns. IRS-certified volunteers provide free basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing to qualified individuals.

Kindergarten Cutoff Date Changed

Ready for Kindergarten?"Per new Kentucky legislation beginning the 2017-18 school year, a child can now enroll in kindergarten if they are 5 years old by Aug. 1 of that school year rather than having to be five years old prior to Oct. 1 as in years past,” said Kevin McCormick, Director of Student Services for the Newport Independent Schools. 

Kindergarten enrollment for 2017- 2018 will be held at Newport Primary on April 12, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM.

Intermediate Students Jumped Rope for Heart Awareness

Jump Rope for Am. Heart Assoc.Students completed a Jump Rope For Heart unit in PE where they learned jumping techniques and about Heart disease awareness. Students wore red to support Heart Disease awareness.  Students asked others in the community for funding for kids with special hearts.  This event was accomplished during the month of February and these kind-hearted students raised $2,000 for the American Heart Association.

Spring Break
No classes for students

March 31 - April 7, 2017

Students will return on
Monday, April 10, 2017


Welcome Center Special Hours

Welcome CenterStudent Enrollment, located at the Welcome Center, 30 West 8th Street,  will be open until 4:00 PM on Monday, April 10, 2017.  Normal Monday hours will resume on Monday, April 17, 2017.

Principal Selection Completed at Intermediate School

Joshua SnappThe Newport Intermediate School SBDM has completed the Principal Selection process.  Based on the criteria established by the council, with significant input from stakeholders and following our identified process, we have found the most qualified applicant to serve as our principal.  The SBDM has selected Mr. Joshua Snapp as the Newport Intermediate School Principal.

Read to Achieve Grant Awarded

Grant AwardedThe Newport Primary and Intermediate Schools have been awarded a $400,000 Read to Achieve grant from the Kentucky Department of Education.  This is a four-year grant, with each school receiving $50,000 per year.  Click here to read more about this grant as it is written by RCN.com.

Prichard Committee Offers Leadership Basecamp

Prichard Committee LogoThe Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence will bring a new parent leadership training one-day “basecamp” to Northern Kentucky in April.  It will give parents a look inside public education in Kentucky and provide them with tools to effectively engage in their children’s school, says Helen Carroll, NKY Parent Leadership Coordinator.  Click here to read more from the NKY Tribune.

Good News Concerning the Nickel Tax Increase

"On behalf of the entire Newport Independent School District, The Newport Board of Education is thankful for the effectiveness of the legislative process, the time and effort put forth by Campbell County Clerk Jim Luersen and staff, and the Newport voters for not signing the shortsighted petition.  The Board of Education will now be able to utilize valuable state dollars to improve our existing facilities. The board and the district will continue the important work of educating our children, serving our community, and maintaining good stewardship of the public's tax dollars."    ~ Kelly Middleton, Superintendent

FBLA Compete at Region 4 Conference

FBLA Group PhotoTwenty-three FBLA high school students competed at the Region 4 Conference held at NKU.  Eleven students placed in a variety of areas. They are advancing on to the State Competition in Louisville in April.  If they place at State they will then advance to Nationals in Anaheim, California!


Newport Preschool Program Earns 5 Stars

5 Star RatingThe Newport Primary School Preschool Program has earned a 5 Star Rating from four state of Kentucky agencies that have completed an assessment of the program.  The 5 Star Rating was certified by The Cabinet for Health and Family Services; the Department for Community Based Services; the Division of Child Care; and the Kentucky Department of Education.  The rating was based on the Kentucky All Stars Quality Rating and Improvement System. Areas assessed include Family and Community Engagement, Classroom and Instructional Quality, Staff Qualifications and Professional Development and Administrative and Leadership Practices.

Pop the Top and Save the Tab

Ronald McDonald HouseAs a community service learning project, the First Grade Class at Newport Primary will be collecting pull tabs to donate to Cincinnati’s Ronald McDonald House. We are helping to keep families together when it matters most, and we’re giving the students the joy of giving and teaching our students the value of recycling!

Student VS Staff Basketball

Student vs Staff Basketball GameThank you to everyone who participated in the Student VS Staff basketball fundraiser!  Score: Staff 84 - Students 83  We raised $550.00 between the game attendance and the T-shirt sales for Prom!  Thank you for your support!  Visit the District Photo Gallery for more pictures of the game.

Newport Alternate Learning Center Orientation

KY Adult EducationNewport Adult Learning Center
30 West 8th Street
Newport, KY 


New student orientation March 13th and 14th
Click on the graduation hat for more information.

Daylight Savings Time

Daylight Savings Notice

Staff vs Students Basketball Game

The stage is set, this is a must see event! NHS Staff vs. Student Basketball Game Thursday, March 9Th at 6:00pm. Will the Students school the Teachers? Come out and support your favorite teacher/student as we raise funds for the 2017 PROM!

                                                                        Lets Go Wildcats!
                                            COME WATCH THE STAFF DUNK ON THE STUDENTS!


Local Planning Committee To Conduct a Public Forum

Public ForumThe Newport Independent Local Planning Committee will conduct a Public Forum on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Newport Independent Board of Education, 30 W. 8th Street Newport, Kentucky 41071.  This meeting is an informal gathering to encourage local participation through community suggestions relative to future utilization of existing school facilities and construction of new school facilities.  These community suggestions or recommendations will be closely monitored by the Local Planning Committee in the development of a proposed District Facility Plan for Newport Independent Schools.  The Local Planning Committee will conduct a meeting at 6:15 p.m., immediately after the Public Forum.

Boys Varsity Basketball Advance to SemiFinals

Basketball ScoreboardGreat win by the Wildcats!  They advance to the semifinals and will play Saturday at 8:00pm at BB&T Arena.  Go Wildcats!

Support Your Wildcats

Coach Snapp and the Wildcats are ready to take center stage tonight. Come to BB&T arena at NKU to watch your NHS Wildcats play the Lloyd Juggernauts in the first round of the regional tournament at 6:30 PM.


Nickel Tax Facts

Dear Newport Parents:                             DO NOT SIGN!
As many of you already know, on January 11th, the Board of Education approved an additional five cents equivalent tax rate on real and personal property.  As required by the General Assembly, a hearing was advertised in the KY Enquirer on December 28, 2016 and again on January 4, 2017 to hear public comments regarding the proposed levy. The state rewards school districts for taking this nickel by equalizing (giving us state funds); thus, school districts who do not take the second nickel are leaving money for schools and students "on the table."   Presently, over 100 school districts take this second nickel. This tax will not go into effect until the 2017-2018 tax year.  However, it is a recallable tax which, simply put, means residents of the city may file a petition with the county clerk’s office to have this tax levy added to the ballot in an election if they receive enough signatures against the increase.  It has come to our attention that such a petition has been filed by a short-sighted group of Newport residents who are clearly not acting in the best interests of our students, teachers, staff and community.  Basically, if our opponents are successful with their petition drive, the board will then be left with no other option than to take the 4% tax increase next fall.

We think it is important for you to know why the Board found it necessary to approve the nickel tax increase:

1.       The money raised thru this tax levy can only be used to improve facilities which impacts our students;  some of the major improvements needed are:

o   HVAC systems and controls  - (Our students and staff have already endured faulty HVAC Systems) 
o   Roofing projects (Our students and staff are already dealing with roof leaks)
o   High school cafeteria upgrades
o  Security cameras throughout the district
o   Bleachers in the high school gym
o   Gym floor at the high school
o   Band room/office suite
o   Art and graphics suite
o   Replacing carpet at the intermediate and primary schools
o   Masonry repairs
o   Stadium bleachers
o   Entry doors, classroom doors, restroom doors at the primary school
o   District signage

 2.      NOT accepting this tax increase means the district is leaving approximately $2.3 million dollars on the table that the state would “equalize” for our part in seeking this funding.  Those funds alone pay for several of the large ticket items listed above.

3.       This is a feasible increase; for a homeowner whose home value is $100,000, this represents an increase of only $58/year; or $4.83 per month. 

4.       There are many state level issues that are or will be affecting our financial position - all unfunded - that districts state-wide are currently carrying the burden for or will be in the near future. 

5.    The Board of Education has not taken the 4% tax increase in the past five years; this equates to over $2.5 million dollars.  Failure to pass this tax levy will result in the board administering higher taxes in the future which are not recallable.    

So I ask you - on behalf of the entire Newport school system - please do not sign the petition if you are asked. Losing this funding at this critical juncture, when our facilities are in dire need of attention and improvements, will only force us to remain static or even take a step back at a time of great momentum and progress in our district. Kelly E. Middleton

Click here to hear the audio interview of Superintendent Middleton by RCN reporter Michael Monks.

Perfect North Slopes Trip

Perfect North Group
A small group of students enjoyed the day at Perfect North Slopes.  Visit the District Photo Gallery for more photos of this fun day

7th Grade Students Participate in Duke TIP

Duke TIP 2017Newport High School is proud to announce six of our 7th grade students qualified to participate in the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP).  Students qualify for Duke TIP by scoring in the 95th percentile or above on a recent standardized assessment (2014 or 2015 KPREP; Spring 2015 or Fall 2015 MAP).  These students ventured to Northern Kentucky University on Saturday, February 11, 2017 to take the ACT, which is a standardized assessment typically taken by 11th grade students.  A big congratulations on your honor and accomplishment!  Keep up your academic excellence!  

WHAS Grant helps Students with Autism

WHAS CrusadeThe number of children diagnosed on the autism spectrum continues to grow rapidly. The Tafolla family faced that diagnosis not once but twice. Both sons are on the autism spectrum. They’re finding help at the Newport Independent Schools thanks in part to the WHAS Crusade for Children.  The WHAS Crusade for Children, Inc. established in 1954 by WHAS-TV, raises money for agencies, schools and hospitals to better the lives of special needs children.  Click here to watch a video of the Tafolla story.

Newport Staff Participated in Poverty Simulation

Newport Independent Schools certified teaching staff experienced the harsh realities of living in poverty – like many of our  school district’s families – on Tuesday, Feb. 21, during a day-long Community Action Poverty Simulation.

The Simulation – which took place at Newport High School during an in-service day for teachers and staff – is designed to help participants understand the realities of poverty during a role-playing exercise.  Click here to watch WLWT's coverage on this event.

Newport Schools Helping Its Own

Homeless StudentIn a school district where nearly one out of seven students is homeless, Newport Independent Schools are reaching out to help with food, support and hope.  Some 220 of Newport’s 1,500 students are living in shelters, cars, tents, with friends or family members while still trying to get an education. That impacts a student’s ability to concentrate in class and learn.  Click here to watch a WCPO video and read more about how Newport Schools are lending a helping hand.

Newport Wildcat Wrestling Going to State

Newport Wildcat Wrestling Team qualified five wrestlers for the State Tournament on Saturday, February 11th.  Dillion Burton placed 2nd in the 132 lb. weight class; Drevon Jones placed 2nd in the 145 lb. weight class; Kyle Mardis placed 4th in the 152 lb. weight class; Logan Osborne placed 4th in the 160 lb. weight class; and JT Daniels placed 4th in the 285 lb. weight class. Congratulations Wildcats!

The State Tournament will be held at the Alltech Arena in Lexington Fri., Feb 17 and Sat., Feb 18th, starting at 9:00am.  

2017 GEAR UP Kentucky Summer Academy

GEAR UP Summer AcademyEach year, Gear Up proudly sponsors a Summer Academy for our students.  Students who are currently in 10th, 11th or 12th grade in a GEAR UP Kentucky high school are eligible to apply for the 2017 GEAR UP Summer Academy. This is a three-week residential summer enrichment program on a university campus sponsored by the GEAR UP Kentucky program.   Two 3-week dates are available: June 11th - 30th, 2017 AND July 9 - 28, 2017.  Application deadline is February 17, 2017.  Click here for the application and Staff Recommendation Form.

Newport Sophomore Attends Innaguration

Maddy TurnerMaddy Webb has been a member of the National Youth Leadership Forum for five years and was selected for the trip to D.C. While there, she worked with other students from around the U.S. on a project involving health care issues. She also attended a speech delivered by former Secretary of State Colin Powell.  Click here to read more about Maddy's trip. ~ River City News.

Newport High Athletics Receives $15,000 Gift

Baseball and BatFive local high schools are benefiting from a partnership of the Cincinnati Reds Community Fund and St. Elizabeth Healthcare.  Ten teams from Bellevue, Dayton, Holmes, Holy Cross, and Newport High Schools received $15,000 worth of baseball and softball equipment during an event at Town & Country Athletic Center in Wilder.  Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart joined representatives from St. Elizabeth and the Reds organization to distribute the equipment to athletic directors, head coaches, and athletes from the schools.  Click here to read more about this partnership, as written in the RCN.

2017 Athletic Hall of Fame Members

Hall of FameA new class of standout athletes were inducted into the Newport Independent Schools Athletic Hall of Fame on January 20th, at Newport High School.  Also honored: 1982 Newport High School baseball team, as a Team of Distinction; a long-time coach; and a husband & wife who headed the Newport Boosters, recognized for their service to the school, students, and the athletic department.

Newport School Libraries have New Extended Hours

Library BookOur libraries are now open two days a week after school. Come utilize this opportunity to:
 Read and Relax

 Access the Internet for Research
 Study for Tests
 Complete Assignments

Newport Adult Learning Orientation

GED Orientation TwoNewport Adult Learning Center
30 West 8th Street   

*New Student Orientation*

Monday, February 6th - 9am & 5:30 pm
Tuesday, February 7th - 9am & 5:30 pm

Public Forum Called By LPC


The Newport Independent Local Planning Committee will conduct a Public Forum on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Newport Independent Board of Education, 30 W. 8th Street Newport, Kentucky 41071.  This meeting is an informal gathering to encourage local participation through community suggestions relative to future utilization of existing school facilities and construction of new school facilities.  These community suggestions or recommendations will be closely monitored by the Local Planning Committee in the development of a proposed District Facility Plan for Newport Independent Schools.  The Local Planning Committee will conduct a meeting at 6:15 p.m., immediately after the Public Forum.

Newport High Student is on a Roll

Mirena CombsCongratulations to Mirena Combs from Newport High School, 2017 Girls Singles Bowling Champion, Region 5.  Mirena shot 170, 205, 185, 178, 137, 199 & 204 that's a total of 1,278!  Next stop, State Competition!

Free Eye Exam for All Newport Residents

Halpin- Noll Eye CenterTake advantage of this opportunity and let the staff from Halpin-Noll Eye Centers screen your eyes for decreased vision and glaucoma. No appointment necessary!

Monday, February 6, 2017
10:00 AM- 12:00PM

Brighton Center’s Family Center
799 Ann St.
Newport, KY


MLK Day Celebrated at the Newport Syndicate

Samara HallSo proud of Newport Senior Samara Hall recipient of NAACP scholarship at the Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon. She is an excellent student who is dedicated to community service. Newport Schools were represented at the MLK celebration by our Superintendent, Administrators, and Students (past and present). Click here to read more about this event.


Souper Bowl Week at Newport High

Souper BowlIt's Souper Bowl Week at the high school!  Each day our students will be able to enjoy a hot bowl of soup or chili, in celebration of this Sunday's Super Bowl LI.

Student Artwork Displayed

Primary Artwork on DisplayArtwork presented by Newport Primary artists is currently on display at the Campbell County Newport Branch Library until the end of the month. Stop by to see these masterpieces!

School Board Recognition Month

gavelThe word “achievement” is used often in public education. We say it quite a bit - and strive for it even more - in the Newport Independent Schools. Helping students achieve at their highest level is a daily task and an overriding goal that is practiced and followed by every one of our teachers, staff, and administrators.  Another group also needs to be recognized for its achievements as well as its leadership, fortitude, and unwavering support of our students, teachers, and staff – the Newport Board of Education.

Home Heat Assistance Available

Community ActionThe 2017 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program—Crisis Component begins January 9, 2017 and will end March 31, 2017, or until all funds are expended, whichever comes first. Households interested in applying for the program need to contact their local Neighborhood Center to schedule an appointment.  Click here for more information about the Energy Assistance Program.

Party with Penguins

Party with Penguins

Board Meeting

Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 6:30 PM



Newport Wildcats Playing in Semifinals

basketball hoopNewport Wildcats move on to the semifinals of the 9th Region All “A” Classic, after defeating Holy Cross 76-71, in the quarterfinals Tuesday at Ludlow High School.  Come watch a spectacular game on Friday at 6:00 on Ludlow's court.  Click here for more information about the All A Classic.

2017 Athletic Hall Of Fame Inductees

Hall of FameNewport Schools is pleased to announce the future inductees to the 2017 Athletic Hall of Fame.  The induction ceremony will be on Friday, January 20, 2017 at 6:15 PM, in the new NHS Auditorium.  There will be a short introduction during half time of the game.

Leo Knoll - 1950
Norman Youtsey - 1956
Warren Harden - 1957
Patsy Kidney Lang - 1965
Donald "Hoppy" Baglien - 1965
Leonard Slaughter - 1977
Mark Switzer - 1983
Karyn Stubbs - 1987

1982 Newport Baseball

Jack Patterson

Bob and Betty Stubbs

Spring Musical Auditions

The Music ManAuditions for the spring musical, The Music Man, are this Wednesday, January 18th at 3:00 in the NHS auditorium.

Footsteps 2 Brilliance

Footsteps 2 BrillianceNewport Schools is providing this comprehensive literacy app to all Pre-K - 3rd grade students who live in Newport.  Take advantage of this FREE, engaging app that will help prepare your child for school.  Join us at our Community Information Night where you can access F2B on our school computers.
Thursday, January 12, 2017 |  6:00 PM - 7:00 PM  |  Newport Primary School

Special Board Meeting


gavelNewport Board of Education Special Meeting

January 11, 2017, 5:30 PM

Second Nickel Rate Hearing/ Organizational Meeting 

Whooping Cough Is Here

Medical SymbolYour child may have been exposed to Pertussis (whooping cough).  Anyone can get pertussis, but it can be very dangerous for certain groups, including infants and those with other health problems.  Please Click Here to read more information about Pertussis.  (Espaniol)

Eleven Anonymous Newport Donors Give Gift to Newport Student

Chief Master Charlie FryChief Master Instructor Charlie Fry, an 8th degree black belt, who graduated from Newport High School, contacted Newport Independent Schools Superintendent Kelly Middleton for suggestions of a student who would benefit from martial arts training.  A business owner, a bar owner, a judge, an executive and others chipped in for the very unique Christmas present.  Click here to read the complete story from the NKYTribune.com.


NIS 21st Century Clubs

21st CenturyNewport Primary and Intermediate Students
ALL 21st Century Clubs
(Before and After school)
Will resume on Wednesday, January 4th.

Infinite Campus Changes

Infinite Campus LogoInfinite Campus Migration

Infinite Campus (IC) will be migrating all KY districts to cloud-based servers.  Our district migrated during Winter Break; thus, you will have to use a different URL to access IC from a computer browser.  The mobile app will not require any changes on your end. The links on the district website have been changed to point to the new URL for the Parent Portal.  The new web address is: https://kyede8.infinitecampus.org/campus/portal/newport.jsp

Please contact the Technology Office at 292-3072 if you have trouble reconnecting after December 29th.

A Dream Fulfilled for John Forman

It was during World War II, that John Forman had to quit school in order to help support his Newport family.  Education was very important to John - especially receiving a diploma from Newport Schools.  John went on to earn his GED diploma, but always felt that the war cheated him out of receiving his high school diploma.  At the age of 85 and in poor health, John reached out to Newport Schools to see if it was possible to receive his diploma.  On December 13, a group of teachers and one administrator traveled to Middletown, OH to honor John with his high school diploma. Click here to watch a video of John Forman's Graduation Ceremony.

Activity Cancellation


Evening activities are currently still on!

Newport Adult Learning Center Orientation

GED Flyer

LPC Meeting Cancelled

FacilitiesThe 6:00 LPC Meeting has been cancelled for today,
January 4th.

Winter Break December 19 - January 3

Happy Holidays from Newport Schools


Happy New Year 2017

Student Internet Access RFP

Newport Independent Schools is seeking bids for Wifi Hot Spots within the city of Newport.

(Please Click here to view the Request for Proposal)

FBLA hosts the Christmas Experience

FBLA LogoThrough fundraisers, donations, and other efforts, the FBLA was able to raise $3,500 to host The Christmas Experience which helped 163 students in the Newport Independent School District have a brighter holidayClick here to read more about this event as written by RCN.

Nutrition & Physical Activity Report Card

Nutrition and Physical ActivityThe 2017 Nutrition and Physical Activity Report Card, along with our Wellness Policy, are attached for your review.  Suggestions for any changes of the Activity Report Card may be made at the December 14th Board MeetingClick here to read the Report Card.  Click here to read the Wellness Policy.

Math Grants Awarded to the Primary and Intermediate Schools

KDE Grant AwardedOver the next four years, Newport Primary School and Newport Intermediate School will each receive $200,000 in grant funds to assist students who are struggling to meet grade level expectations for Mathematics.  Awarded through the Kentucky Department of Education's Math Achievement Fund, grant dollars will be utilized to employ Math intervention teachers at both schools.  Click here to read more about this grant in the River City News.


Breakfast is Served

Newport Schools recognize that Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  Each of our three schools offer one hot entree, six cold entrees, fresh fruit, and milk every day for our students to choose from.  We hope that your child is taking advantage of our convenient morning meals!

Afterschool Clubs

After School ClubThursday Dec 8th will be the last day of 21st Century afterschool clubs until we return from Christmas break on Wednesday, Jan 4th.  Movin' in the Morning will continue until Friday Dec 16th. If you have any questions or concerns you can contact Erin Comfort at erin.comfort@newport.kyschools.net.

Newport Hall of Fame Nominations

The Newport High School Athletic Hall of Fame is dedicated to recognizing and honoring those individuals who have made significant contributions to Newport High School Athletics as athletes, coaches, teams, and through distinguished service.  In 2014, the Newport High School Athletic Hall of Fame recognized 32 individuals in its inaugural class.  This group was already inducted into the Northern Kentucky Athletic Directors Hall of Fame.

Dental Services Available at NIS and NPS

Dental ServicesLow cost or no cost dental services are available at the Intermediate and Primary Schools for students in Preschool - 6th Grade.  December 12th is the final day to enroll your child for this service.  Click here for more information and contacts.

Newport Schools Winter Musical


Planning Committee Looking for Community Leaders to Serve

Every four years school districts must complete a new facilities plan to submit to the Kentucky Department of Education. As part of our new facilities plan, Newport Independent Schools are required to create a Local Planning Committee consisting of various members. To complete our Local Planning Committee (LPC), we are required to have two community leaders serve on the committee.  If you are interested, please contact Tim Grayson, Director of Facilities and Transportation at 859-292-3005 by December 5th. The Newport Board of Education will make a determination from applicants who will serve on the planning committee.


Pictures with SantaFree photos with Santa!

Saturday, December 3rd,

at the Newport Fire House

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Coat Distribution

Society of St.Vincent De Paul, Northern Kentucky

Coat distribution day at Newport Primary School

If you or a family member needs a warm winter coat, please come by the school on
Saturday, December 3rd from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and we would be very happy to give one to you.

Anyone needing a coat must attend in person.


STLP Students Advance to State

Student Technology Leadership Program's (STLP) students attended the Regional Fall Showcase hosted by the NKU Office of Information Technology and College of Informatics.  A total of five teams and one individual competed from Newport High and Newport Intermediate.  We are proud to announce that four of the five teams will be competing at the State Showcase in the spring at Rupp Arena in Lexington.

GED Orientation

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2016  AT 9:00 AM


2017-18 Parent/Staff Calendar Survey

We value your opinion for setting the School Calendar for the 2017-18 School Year.  Please review the following calendar options, then complete the survey using the Take our Survey NOW!  link. 

Calendar Option 1     Calendar Option 2     Calendar Option 3

**VOTING ENDS at 11:00 PM on Sunday, November 20th, 2016**

Traditional Thanksgiving Lunch

On Thursday, November 17, Newport Schools will be serving a
Traditional Thanksgiving Meal for Lunch

The meal will consist of:

Turkey, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Stuffing, Green Beans, Cranberry Sauce, Whole Grain Roll, Pumpkin Pie and Milk.
Happy Thanksgiving!



PTO Meeting

A consolidated Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is forming to serve all our district schools. All Newport parents and staff are invited to attend. Meeting locations will rotate among the schools. This month's meeting will be held at 5:30 PM on Wednesday, November 16 at Newport Primary School, located at 1102 York Street.

We hope to see you there!

Newport PTO Meeting

Wednesday, November 16

5:30 PM

Newport Primary School
1102 York Street, Newport, KY 41071

Board Meeting

Newport Board of Education Special Meeting

Wednesday, November 16, 2016, 7:00 PM

30 W. 8th Street, Newport, KY

Sharing the Warmth

In 2015, thanks to the generosity of our Northern Kentucky neighbors and the support of long time program sponsors Channel 5 and Gold Star Chili, over 1,800 coats were given to those in need. It’s that time of the year where you can once again help your neighbor survive our Northern Kentucky winter.  Click here for more information on how you may donate or receive a free winter coat.

Middle School Wins Football Championship

The Newport Middle School Wildcats won the "Northern Kentucky Middle School Small School Division" Football Championship on Saturday, October 22, at Campbell County High School defeating Bishop Brossart 44-6. We are so proud of the players and the coaches.....They went undefeated during the season and wound up with a 9-0 win-lost record.  Go Wildcats!  (Photo and article courtsey of J. Hatfield.)

Board Meeting


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2016 -  6:30 PM

Adult Learning Center New Student Orientation

Parents! Orientation is Monday, November 7th at 9:00 AM or Tuesday, November 8th at 9:00 AM - 30 West 8th Street.  For more information, call Nichole Braun at 292-3056. 

Cold Months = Hot Super Snacks

Beginning the week of October 17, all schools will be serving a hot entrée two days per week for the Super Snack program.  The days of serving the hot entrée will vary weekly, so students should look at the menu posted in the school cafeterias.

Hall of Distinguished Alumni Induction Ceremony

The Newport Board of Education honored six alumni during the Hall of Distinguished Alumni Induction Ceremony in October.  Superintendent, Kelly  Middleton; Assistant Superintendent Mike Wills; and Finance Officer, Tete Turner presented a brief history of each alumni's accomplishments.  Those honored were:  Randy Poe; Chester Davis; Tom Fromme; Otto Budig; Nancy Barone; and Anderson D. Owens.  A wall plaque was also dedicated to renaming the professional development center as the A.D. Owens Professional Development Center.

Young Women LEAD Conference

Nearly 900 high school students from across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky gathered at NKU on Oct. 17 & 18 for Young Women LEAD; the daylong conference to empower young women in the areas of leadership, education, and development.  Twelve of our NHS students attended the annual Young Women LEAD Conference.  Click on the link to read more about this event:  NKYTribune.com

Newport Independent Schools Celebrate Bus Driver Appreciation Day

When you count extra co-curricular trips and daily routes, our bus drivers transport Newport Independent students over 10,000 miles each year. School buses remain the safest way to transport students and our drivers and monitors deserve recognition for their performance in an important and sometimes difficult job. As superintendent, I have been a passenger on every bus route and I have seen all the narrow passages our busses must negotiate by being in an urban school district. Sometimes inches separate car mirrors and bus mirrors! Upon arriving in Newport I was a little surprised by the hills on the South end of Newport that sometimes cause us to have to call off school. Again, I would like to thank our drivers for their excellent driving record, their great customer service and the relationship each driver and monitor have with their students.  The school bus driving profession is one of the jobs where all your troubles are behind you!

FBLA Annual Fall Blood Drive

The FBLA Annual Fall Blood Drive will be held on Monday, October 24th, in the High School Gym. The first donors will be taken at 8:00AM and will take the last donors at 2:00PM.  Please come support our FBLA and the Hoxworth Mobile Blood Drive.

Community Wellness Event

General James Taylor Park on October 22nd
FREE Community Wellness Event

Nia dance; health screenings; wellness related information and resources; bike safety and service station (by Reser Bike); giveaways and a light dinner will be included in this event.  Also free this evening, is a walk/run/bike event through the streets of Newport. If interested, you can find more info and register here:  http://www.light-night.org/

Welcome Center Time Change

The Newport Welcome Center will be open from
11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Monday, October 17, 2016. 
Regular Monday hours will resume on October 24, 2016.

3rd Annual Souper Bowl a Success

Members of NIS Staff, Teachers, Administrators, Board members and City officials served approximately 150 people at the 3rd Annual Souper Bowl taste and contest on Friday, September 30th.  There were 24 homemade soups & chilies for people to taste.  Our FBLA raised over $800.  Thank you to everyone who participated in this fun event!

Newport Schools Awarded Federal Grant

Newport Independent Schools has been awarded a $1.9 million grant through the United States Department of Education’s Innovative Approaches to Literacy grant competition.  The purpose of the grant program is to increase reading and language arts performance for kindergarten through 12th-grade students, while also providing literacy resources for families of birth through four-year-old children.

John Hayden Donates Important Game Ball

Commissioner John Hayden donating important game ball back to Newport Schools!  It was a great season that year, except when Willie Slaughter broke his ankle in practice that week, so as a team the game ball was dedicated to him.  It was quite a win over Highlands and their stadium was filled with a sea of red that night!  Score; Newport: 24 - Highlands:15

Special Board Meeting



Newport Teachers Honored

The Westside Citizen's Coalition recently honored some of our Newport staff who go the extra mile for the students and our community.  As a leader, it is always nice to see your staff recognized for the positive influence they provide to students each day! Thank you, to these teachers, as well as the rest of my Newport staff, for all you do for our kids each day. ~ Kelly Middleton

Service Dog To Benefit Students

Bowling Tournament

Saturday, October 8, 2016
1:00 - 4:00 PM
Walt’s Center Lanes, Newport KY

Fun to Include: Split the Pot, Raffle Prizes, Service Animals to meet and greet, and Live Music. Refreshments can be purchased to further support the cause.  Click here for more information.

Project Lead The Way

Newport Independent Schools began their implementation of their K-12 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) Initiative. Through utilization of a program called Project Lead the Way (PLTW), students will learn 21st Century skills through a hands-on, project-based approach. All Newport schools will be implementing PLTW programs.


Super Snacks are now available to all students immediately after school dismissal - every day!  Before students head home or to their after school club/program, they can stop in the cafeteria and have a free healthy after-school snack.


September Souper Bowl

Newport High School FBLA will be hosting their 3rd Annual “Souper” Bowl on Friday, September 30th. The “Souper” Bowl will begin at 6:30 PM at the NHS Football Stadium and will continue through the 3rd quarter of the game.  Click here for more information.

School Bus Schedule

Newport Independent Schools is considered a walking school district.  Bussing is on a first come - first serve basis by request only.  Bus requests will be accepted starting on Wednesday, August 3.  Note: Bus requests must be submitted annually.  Requests may be made to Kathi Baldwin at 292-3001.

Become a Volunteer at the Primary School

Volunteer Orientation

 Thursday September 22, 2016 8:00 am

Newport Primary School

NKU Basketball Team Visits Newport Primary

As the 2016-17 school year gets underway, the Northern Kentucky University men’s basketball team took time away from their studies and basketball workouts to volunteer on Tuesday, August 30, at the Newport Primary School. Click here to read more and view the video from River City News.

Brighton Center Celebrates Community

Annual Community Celebration

September 16th
3:00 - 7:00

8th & Ann Streets

Board Work Session

Work Session

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 - 6:30 PM

4th Floor of Welcome Center
Professional Development Room


Lunch Menus in Espaniol

Did you know that you can read our Food Service menus in Spanish?  The upper right hand corner of each school's Welcome School Menu page has a Select Language link.  Click on this link to select Spanish or English!

Students Receive New Technology Devices

Through a $500,000 federal School Improvement Grant that was administered and awarded by the Kentucky Department of Education, the more than 400 students in grades 9-12 at Newport High School have received a MacBook laptop computer.  Click here to read more.

No School - Monday, Sept. 5, 2016

No School - Students on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016

Boys & Girls Club News!

Clem and Ann Buenger Boys & Girls Club

Opening August 22, 2016

36 East 10th Street
Newport, KY  41071

Back to School Bash was a Blast!

The 2016 Back to School Bash was bigger and better!  The heat and threat of rain did not keep us from having a well attended event.  This year, a Wildcat Hustle Run was added and attendees were treated to the sound of the Wildcat Band!  Click on the Photo Gallery (under Quick Links)!

School Surplus Items for Sale

Newport Independent Schools will be having a Surplus Sale on August 29th and 30th at the old Newport Intermediate School located at 4th and Monmouth Streets, Newport, KY.  The building will be open beginning at 10:00 a.m. and remain open until 5:00 p.m. on both days. Click here to see the list of items available.

Girls Soccer

Newport's first girls soccer game is tonight! The girls have been working very hard since July.  They will play at Newport against Scott at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, August 29th.

Student Enrollment Summer Hours

**Student Enrollment Hours**
Welcome Center, 30 West 8th Street

Monday 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

First Football Game of the Season

Come watch our Wildcats in action this Friday night at 7:00 as they take on Ludlow!  Click here to read about our 2016 Football Team.

First Day for Students

Wednesday, August 17, 2016


School Supplies

For the fourth year in a row, Newport Independent will cover all school supplies!  With the help from various organizations and Crayons 2 Computers; we want to reduce the financial stress on our students and families!  If you would like to donate some supplies, please contact your child's school or the Service Center at 292-3001.

BackPack Giveaway

Backpacks & Breakfast
August 13, 2016   

9:00-11:00 A.M. 

Goebel Park, Covington (corner of Fifth and Philadelphia streets)

• Open to students in kindergarten through 12th grade from Kenton, Campbell and Boone counties. 850 backpacks stuffed with new school supplies distributed on a first-come, first-served basis
• To receive backpacks, families must provide photo I.D., proof of residence (a recent bill) and children’s proof of identity (Social Security or medical card) 
• Free Health Screenings
• Breakfast provided by Frisch’s
• Presented by Northern Kentucky Harvest in  partnership with Be Concerned, Brighton Center and Henry Hosea House Echo Soup Kitchen 

Board Honors Past and Present Superintendents

A plaque was revealed at the July Board meeting, honoring Newport Independent School's past and present Superintendents.  Mr. Jerry Sebastian and Ms. Pamela Rye were in attendence to celebrate their contributions to Newport Schools.

Home Visits and Back to School Bash

Wednesday, August 10, 2016, is when the Newport Teachers and Staff will be making their Home Visits to students.  This is a wonderful opportunity for the parents and children to meet their teacher.  Later in the day, there will be another opportunity at the Back to School Bash, which will be held at the Newport High School football field.  Teachers and Staff will be there to greet and meet students and parents.  The Wildcat Hustle Fun Run is a new event at the bash - Click here for more information about the run and how you can participate.  The Back to School Bash event has been very well received in past years!  Please join us!  

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Special Board Meeting

Newport Board of Education Special Meeting

Wednesday, August 10, 2016, 7:00 PM
30 W. 8th Street
Newport, KY

Newport Youth Wildcats Receive Helmets From Competition

The Newport Wildcats are a newer addition to the Northern Kentucky Youth Football League, and when more than 50 6, 7, and 8-year old boys showed up to play, the team had a problem.  There weren't enough helmets.  That changed on Thursday evening at Newport Stadium when four Newport Police officers showed up.  Click here to read this story as written for the River City News.


6 PM — 9 PM

This is a crime prevention and safety awareness event, where Newport Officers and Firefighters will be there to talk with you about various was to make your neighborhood a safer place to live and work.  Click Here for more information.

Intermediate School Is Moving

Newport Intermediate School is currently being re-located to 95 West 9th Street.  This will be a summer-long project and will be completed by August 1, 2016. 

Band Camp

Newport High School

Band Camp

July 18th - July 29th

Newport Schools Board Meeting


WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2016, 7:00 PM


Chick-fil-A Stuff the Bus Event

Stuff the Bus Challenge TODAY

(Newport Pavilion: 95 Carothers Road)

Tuesday, July 26th
11:00 am until 7:00 pm

Bring 3+ school supply items and receive a Free Chick-Fil-A Sandwich Coupon.  Click on the logo for more information.

Change in Summer Feeding Program

On Monday, July 11th, Newport Primary School is discontinuing its free breakfast, due to the lack of participation.  Lunch will continue to be served.


The Board of Education work session has been cancelled for
Wednesday, July 13, 2016.

Newport Board Approves Surplus Bidding

The Newport Independent Board of Education has approved the sale of miscellaneous school surplus items.  Sealed bids will be accepted from July 1 - July 8th at the Board Office, 30 West 8th Street.  You may contact Mr. Tim Grayson or Kathi Baldwin for more information at 859-292-3005.  Click here to see the list of surplus items.

Newport Schools Awarded $30,000 Project Lead-The-Way Grant

The Newport Independent School District has received a $30,000 grant from Project Lead the Way (PLTW) to bring Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education to every student in Newport during the 2016-2017 school year.  Click here to read this article in the N. KY. Tribune.

Another Grant Awarded to Newport Ind. Schools

Recycled waste tires will be used to help beautify school grounds in The Newport Independent School District thanks to a grant from the state of Kentucky.  The District has been awarded a $35,430 Crumb Rubber Grant from The Kentucky Energy and Environmental Cabinet’s Waste Tire Management Program. Made from shredded tires, crumb rubber is commonly used as a resilient and durable landscaping material.  Click here to read the article in the Northern Kentucky Tribune.

Newport Schools awarded over $1.9 million in grant funding

Newport Independent Schools has received more than $1,900,000 in grant awards since the 2015-2016 school year started. 

Grants include: eight Learning Links grants from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation; Kentucky Dept. of Education School Improvement Grant; VSA KY Art Inclusion Grant; KDE 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant; KDE Project Lead the Way Grant; KDE Food Services Equipment Grant; and just this week, our district was awarded a Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection Crumb Rubber Grant and continued funding from the Cincinnati Free Store Food Bank for our district's School Food Pantry Program.

Grant funding will support significant changes in school education practices, arts activities, after-school programming, a biomedical career pathway from grades K to 12, improved food services equipment, landscaping and provision of food to Newport students and their families in need.

We look forward to the new school year with the added funding for new and existing programs and trust our students and their families will experience great benefit!

Neighborhood Farmers Market of N. KY

Neighborhood Farmers Market of NKY is bringing fresh & local produce to five (5) market locations. 

Summer Activities for 7 - 12 Grade Students

Fit For Life
is offering some exciting summer fun this year! 

Click here to see what is in store for your child!

Board of Education Surplus

The Newport Board of Education has surplus items available for bid by the public.  Bids will be accepted until June 9, 2016.  Please submit your bids to Mr. Mark Krebs, 30 W. 8th Street, Newport, KY  41071.  Click here to see the list of items.

The Newport Board of Education work session has been cancelled for Wednesday, June 8, 2016.

Move Up Day

Move Up Day district wide!  What a treat for the students to be able to spend the day in their future Intermediate School and eat in the cafeteria! (Photo)  There are many smiling faces in the hallways!

Intermediate Students Making the Middle School Building Their Own

UpSpring Volunteers and the Diversity Wildcats use their weekends to beautify the courtyard of the future home of the Newport Intermediate School.  Please Click here to see photos and to learn more about this project and the Diversity Wildcats ~from the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Footsteps 2 Brilliance Data

This early reading enhancement program is available free for any child living in Newport, KY.  The Program App can be downloaded on any device and can be switched back and forth between English and Spanish.  If you have a student in Newport Primary or Intermediate School, they already have a login code for this program.  Currently, 471 people in our community have Footsteps 2 Brilliance on a personal device.


96,389 Books Read
6000 books created
31 million words read


Thank you to the city of Newport for partnering with our Board of Education to offer this reading enhancement program to the children of Newport. ~Kelly Middleton

See For Yourself Tour At Intermediate School

The Newport Independent School District will host the final See for Yourself Tour of the school year as the public is invited on a tour of the Newport Intermediate School (formerly known as Fourth Street Elementary).  This event will take place on Tuesday, May 31, 2016, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM.  Interested persons should contact scrowley@strategicadvisersllc.com.

FBLA Supports Brighton Center

On May 9th, Krista Mills, Kylie Orr, and Jennifer Michael had an opportunity to present the Brighton Center NKY Scholar House with a $1,000 check to help with their expenses. We were part of Magnified Giving this year which is a program that teaches the students how to be Philanthropists.

Newport High School Graduation

The graduation ceremony for the Newport High School Class of 2016 will be held on Friday, May 27, at 7:00 PM in the high school gym. Congratulations and best wishes to all of our hard working graduates.

Intermediate Girls Run in a 5K

Newport Intermediate Girls on the Run team completed a 5K with support of over 20 coaches, running buddies and community supporters! The NIS team met for 12 weeks, twice a week and discussed topics structured around empowerment and self-esteem. We are also building into our young ladies health decisions through running.

Optimist Club Awards Students

Two students from the high school and from the middle school attended a luncheon with the Newport Optimist Club. Chris Jones, Chastity Hicks, Ryan Lewis and Amber Wright each received checks from the Newport Optimist Club.  Congratulations to these fine students!

Last School Day For Students

Last Day of School for Students is Today!

May 26, 2016

Have a Safe and Enjoyable Summer!

Free Swim Lessons For Newport Residents


Session 1: Saturdays June 4-July 9

Session 2: Tues/Thurs June 7-23

Session 3: Tues/Thurs June 28-July 14

(Click on Start Registration)

Newport's Got Talent 2016

Mayerson Academy Service-Learning Program

Miriah Combs, a senior at Newport High School, is the winner of the Mayerson Academy Service-Learning Program.  She was awarded the book "The Other Wes Moore".  Click here to read the article in the Cincinnati Enquirer about Miriah.  Congratulations Miriah!

Newport Youth Football & Cheerleading Signups!

Newport Wildcats Youth
Football & Cheerleading Sign ups!

Newport High School Football Field
 Wildcat Drive, Newport, KY

Friday, May 20th  
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Click here for more information.

Free Bicycle Tune-up at the Park

Free Bike Tune Up & Pizza!
Saturday, May 14th, 11:00 - 1:00
Buena Vista Park

(Located one block from the Primary School toward Columbia)

* Free safety accessories such as helmets and blinkers will also be given out.
  (Limited amount.)

Softball Game Cancelled

Attention Softball Team:  Today's game scheduled to be played at Holy Cross at 5:30 p.m. has been cancelled due to poor field conditions.  We will practice in the middle school gym from 4:00 to 5:30. 

Intermediate Students Mural Project Funded by BB&T

BB&T, through their Lighthouse Project, was able to fund this mural initiative and the principle parties at the bank will be right alongside the students as they make their new school building look even more welcoming. The Diversity Wildcats (the name the students gave their club) are truly excited about this endeavor, and UpSpring is thrilled with the support of BB&T.  Click here to continue reading this article.

Student Artwork Displayed at the Aronoff

Talented young students at the Newport Primary and Intermediate Schools have artwork on view this weekend in Cincinnati Art Association’s annual Student Art Show.  It’s on view from Noon to 5 p.m. May 7 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 8. The theater entrance is at Main and Seventh streets in downtown Cincinnati.  Click here for more information.

District Wellness Policy Review

Passionate about improving the health and academic success of our students?
Please attend our next District Coordinated School Health meeting!

When: Wednesday, May 4th 2016
Where: Board Room, Welcome Center
30 West 8th Street
Time: 3:30

STLP Go To State Competition

Three of our schools went to Rupp Arena for the STLP (Student Technology Leadership Program) State Competition.  Although we didn't win at the state level we are very proud of our students who met the criteria for this state-level competition.

Softball Game Location Moved

Attention Softball Team:  Due to field conditions, today's game against Highlands has been moved to their field at Woodfill Elementary School in Ft. Thomas at 5:30.  Meet in the NHS Cafeteria before 4:00 to catch the bus.

Softball Game Cancelled

Today's game at Holmes scheduled for 5:30 p.m. has been cancelled due to poor field conditions.  Look for texted information from Coach Taylor concerning next week's games.

Track Meet Cancelled

Tonight's Middle School Regional Track meet that was to be held at Notre Dame Academy has been cancelled due to inclement weather.  A make-up date will be scheduled. 

Softball game Canceled

Attention Softball Team:  Today's game against Beechwood scheduled for 5:30 has been cancelled due to poor field conditions.  Practice will be in the middle school gym from 4:00 to 5:00.  Team members who will be trying out for cheerleading may attend cheer practice instead of softball practice today.  Please text Coach Taylor to let him know that you will be at cheer practice.