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Parent Survey for 20-21 Re-opening Plans.

The Kentucky Department of Public Health has established safety expectations for schools to mitigate transmission of the COVID-19 virus.

These include:
• Social Distancing
• Screening, school exclusion & contact tracing
• Cloth masks and personal protective equipment
• Sanitation, environmental, and industrial factors

As we begin planning for the 20-21 school year, we value the input and feedback of our Newport families. This survey was created as a guide to identify areas of concern as we create re-opening plans during the pandemic. Please answer each question honestly, as results are anonymous. This information will be used to make decisions regarding the 20-21 school year, as we navigate the "Healthy at School" recommendations.

Please complete the survey by July 6, 2020.

Thank you in advance for your participation.

Survey Link

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Newport Independent School District

Enrollment During Non-Traditional Instruction

Any parent of guardian of an out of state student needing enrollment should follow the link to begin the process online. The Newport School enrolling that out of state student will work with the family to coordinate delivery of any applicable school work as we navigate through these Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) days. If the student is currently enrolled in another Kentucky Public School, that student should complete her or his NTI days with their current school district. Once regular classes resume we will enroll that student. Thank you for understanding that all Kentucky schools are currently, conducting NTI at this time. 

Click Here to begin Enrollment Process

MESSAGE FROM SUPERINTENDENT TONY WATTS

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Dear Newport Community,

I am reaching out to students, parents, families and members of the community to introduce myself as the new superintendent of the Newport Independent Schools. I thank the Newport Board of Education for their confidence in me, I express admiration for the job performed by Superintendent Kelly Middleton and I look forward to serving the school district and the community for many years to come.

While we have much to celebrate, including our 2020 graduating class, we are also dealing with unprecedented situations outside of our control that are demanding our patience, fortitude, resilience and understanding.

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Newport Ind Schools Welcomes Back Tony Watts as our new Superintendent
NEWPORT INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS PROVIDING MEALS THIS SUMME

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NEWPORT – The Newport Independent Schools has taken steps to provide free meals - breakfast and lunch - to any child age 18 and under this summer.

Newport schools Food Service Director Lisa Rizzo said she wants to ensure that no child goes hungry during the summer months.

"Many of our students and families rely on the nutritious meals served in our schools throughout the school year," Rizzo said. "Our summer feeding program is an effort to continue good nutrition year-round to those students that may not receive it otherwise."

No registration or application is required. Funding for the program comes from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Fresh and nutritious meals are being served Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. for breakfast and from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for lunch at the following Newport school locations:

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Free Lunch at the Library

Free Lunch PictureThe Newport Independent Schools and the CCPL are partnering to offer children free, healthy lunches this summer. Lunches will be provided through the USDA Summer Feeding Program and no registration is required.

Lunch is served every Tuesday:

Library Parking Lot - 12:00-1:00

To ensure the safety of all participants, lunch will be provided “Grab and Go” style from the parking lot. We hope to see you at the tent!

Click here for the full flyer.

Newport High School Class of 2020 Graduation

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Yearbook 2020

Yearbooks

The Newport Independent School District will be purchasing personalized yearbooks for all seniors. The yearbooks are available for purchase by all other students on the Josten's website at jostensyearbooks.com. Please see the enclosed order form. All books must be paid for on the website, but if you want personalization ( your name added) you must email Bonnie Stacey at the high school. Please see the order form for all information. Thanks!

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Kindergarten Registration for the 2020-2021 School Year

Click here for KINDERGARTEN enrollment.

The registration will be processed once the following documents have been brought to school:

  • Proof of residency (utility bill, lease, mortgage statement)

  • Copy of a current immunization form on file. This can be obtained from your child’s healthcare provider where his/her immunizations were given.

  • School physical

  • Kentucky Dental Screening/Examination 

  • Vision screening by an eye doctor 

  • Certified birth certificate

The school office is open Monday - Friday 8 - 3.

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