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LETTER FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

Status Update

We are extremely excited to return to our in-person, hybrid model starting Monday, February 22, 2021. Some students will attend on Monday and Tuesday, we will be all virtual Wednesday for cleaning and sanitizing, and the other group will attend Thursday and Friday. If you chose virtual instruction, nothing will change. Your student will continue as is.

Letter from the Superintendent

NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL LAUNCHING ESPORTS TEAMS PROGRAM

Students showing interest in growing sport, activity

Newport High School is launching an Esports program that will include competitive teams and utilizing gaming as an educational tool while providing a new student activity.

Newport is the latest Northern Kentucky high school to embrace Esports, which allows schools to compete against one another and offers an opportunity for college scholarship funds.

"These are not the video games that my generation grew up playing," said Newport Independent Schools Superintendent Tony Watts said. "This is a big business, and these games are, as anybody knows who plays them, very high tech and sophisticated. Beyond forming a team, Esports will give some students an opportunity to participate in something other than sports."

At its most recent meeting, the Newport Board of Education voted to approve the high school's Esports program.

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FROM NEWPORT TO NEW YORK

FROM NEWPORT TO NEW YORK: NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL 2019 VALEDICTORIAN BUILDING ON HIS FUTURE WHILE NEVER FORGETTING HIS PAST 

At just 19-years-old, Cody Baynori is well on the way to living his dreams.

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Counseling and Mental Health Services

nA significant obstacle for student’s academic growth at times is the unmet need for social and emotional development that may require specialized services. Our children's mental health  is especially vulnerable during this time of virtual and hybrid learning.  Newport Independent Schools offer three different layers for overall student social and emotional development in addition to the learning in the classroom setting.