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Newport Primary School Mission

At NPS We:

Nurture Students!
Prepare Students!
Support Students!

Newport Primary School Vision

EVERY child will be proficient and prepared for life, work, and citizenship in the 21st Century!

The Wildcat Way

1.  I will greet adults by looking in their eyes and using their name Image result for hand waving hello
    or Ma’am or Sir. 
2.  I will keep my eyes on the speaker.  Image result for eyes clipart

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Red Ribbon Week

Help Newport Primary School Celebrate Red Ribbon Week!
October 24-28

We are celebrating Red Ribbon week because it is a way for students to unite and take a stand against substance abuse.  Students show their personal commitment to drug-free lifestyle through the symbol of a red ribbon.

Monday, 10/24 – “Rally in Red” – Staff and students will wear red from head to toe to kick off red ribbon week

Tuesday, 10/25 – “follow your dreams” – Staff and students are encouraged to wear their pajamas

Wednesday, 10/26 – “team up against drugs” – Staff and students are encouraged to wear a t-shirt or sweatshirt of their favorite team or player

Thursday, 10/27 – “I’m too bright for drugs” – Staff and students are encouraged to wear bright, colorful clothes

Friday, 10/28 – “Don’t get mixed up in drugs.”  Staff and students are encouraged to wear mismatched clothes

Red Ribbon Week Activities

Red Ribbon Week Poster Contest
-Be drug free by creating a poster for the contest
-must have a drug free message
-minimum of 8 x 12 paper
-turn into Mrs. Alexander by Oct 26th
-Winners get prizes

National Drug Free Pledge
Visit to sign the national drug free pledge

Red Ribbon Photo Contest
Enter the red ribbon photo contest at to win a free i-pad for your family and $1000 for NPS!

Newport Primary Student Presidential Election set for Friday, November 4th

 “If I were president, I would make the world a better place for kids to live and learn,” are words spoken by many elementary students during this election season. Understanding the process of electing a new President of the United States is a new learning adventure being explored by the students of Newport Primary School.  Students will learn what voting is all about, who can vote, why it’s important to vote and what elected leaders can do for our country. The students will participate in a patriotic mock election on Friday, November 4, 2016 by casting their ballot for President of the United States.

Our goal is to engage students in government and the political process to gain a better understanding of the power of voting. We will have a voting room for each grade where students will cast their ballots.

From the President of the United States to local School Board and Community Government members, many of the people currently running for office will have an impact on education policy and, therefore, on our students’ lives. Stay tuned to see and hear about our election coverage and the candidate elected by Newport Primary School as the next President of the United States.

“Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely. The real safeguard, therefore, is education.” as stated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.


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.

Free Meals

Newport Schools strives to meet the needs of our students every day.  Another way we are doing this is by providing students with a free meal immediately after school in our cafeteria.  At dismissal, re-enter the school through the main entrance Monday through Thursday.  Meals are for children only and must be eaten in the cafeteria.  Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Morning Car Line

*Children must unload from the car in the car line.  It is not safe for students to exit the car in the driving lane.  

*Please pull all the way down to just past the entrance gate to keep the traffic from backing into the intersection.  

*If the adult needs to exit the car for any reason or if your child is not ready to exit the car, please pull past the car line drop off closer to the corner so we are not preventing others from moving through the line.


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