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NEWPORT PRIMARY.....................8:05 AM       3:05 PM
NEWPORT INTERMEDIATE..........7:55 AM       2:55 PM
NEWPORT HIGH............................7:45 AM       2:45 PM
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School of Innovation: Programs

The Newport School of Innovation is part of the Newport Independent School District. We offer four programs that meet the diverse needs of students throughout parts of Northern Kentucky. These include Trailblazer, Go Steady, Ascend and Care. All curriculum is provided online for student flexibility with support from certified teachers.

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Trailblazer accepts 6th through 12th grade students whose parents would like to homeschool with educational guidance, support, and extracurricular opportunities . A Huddle course is recommended for students which meets twice a week. No state testing is administered, but MAP testing is encouraged to show progress. The cost of Trailblazer is $60 per month.
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Go Steady is for 9th through 12th grade students who are expecting, a young parent, caring for a family member, or students who need a more flexible schedule in order to work. Coursework is delivered digitally. Many students participate in family literacy programs and independent living seminars. Students are required to attend testing preparation and state testing. 

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Would you like to get ahead of the game? If so our Ascend program is for you. Ascend is for 9th through 12th grade students who would like to either graduate early or would like the opportunity to receive dual credit classes to get a jump start on their post secondary education. Coursework is delivered primarily digitally, however students must attend a Huddle course and attend state testing.

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Our CARE program is for 6th through 12th grade students who have difficulty fitting into a traditional learning environment. These students may have been bullied, have anxiety, or may be struggling with a private issue. Coursework is delivered primarily digitally, however students must attend a Huddle or POW WOW course and attend state testing.

 

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Northern Kentucky Harvest's 19th Annual Backpacks & Breakfast backpacks and breakfast

Saturday, August 10, 2019
9:00-11:00 A.M.
Goebel Park, Covington
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corner of 5th & Philadelphia)

• Open to students in kindergarten through 12th grade from Kenton, Campbell and Boone counties. At least 900 backpacks stuffed with new school supplies will be 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).
•Presented by Northern Kentucky Harvest in partnership with Be Concerned and the Brighton Center

Sponsors: The Butler Foundation The R.C. Durr Foundation Zwicker & Associates St. Pius X Church

Cincinnati-Based Rock Band Features Newport High School and Drama Program Students to Produce Anti-Bullying Music Video Victor Spoils and NHS students

NEWPORT, Ky. – Victor Spoils, a Cincinnati-based rock band, has filmed its latest music video with an anti-bullying theme in collaboration with Newport High School (NHS) and its drama program.

Newport High School drama students performed in the video and created props that were used throughout the song. Newport Students also creatively worked with the video’s director and learned the many facets of filming and creating a music video.

Band members Aaron Ellis, Doug Lee, and Josh Neugebauer said the video will accompany their new single, “Bully,” which has messages of positivity, kindness, and being oneself. The students help demonstrate these messages through various scenes in the video.

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The music video can be seen by clicking here, or by visiting https://youtu.be/tmygxGEBpcA

 

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Summer Soccer Camp

Summer Soccer Camp
Contact Erin Comfort or Cody Reinhard for more information 859.292.3023

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NIS LAUNCHES ONLINE "SCHOOL OF INNOVATION"

                   Newport School of Innovation

NEWPORT - Recognizing that all students are not suited for a traditional classroom setting, Newport Independent Schools has launched an online learning program that is taking an innovative approach to engaging and serving an underserved student population. Classes will begin this Fall and there is an application process to be accepted into this program.

The Newport School of Innovation will serve students who want to take additional classes beyond what is typically being offered at our high school or when they are not traditionally offered as this can be a 24/7 schooling opportunity. Some students may want to take higher level courses while some may want to graduate in three rather than 4 years. The school of innovation may be of interest to students who are homeschooled or just do not fit into a traditional setting or have family/personal issues that prevent their regular attendance in a classroom during normal school hours.

 

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