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The mission of the Campbell County School District, in partnership with students, staff, parents, and community, is to do “Whatever It Takes” to ensure our students’ success in college, career, and life.

 

 

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CCS Vision Statement

(Source: Link NKY Article by Haley Parnell)

At the Campbell County Board of Education meeting Tuesday (1/17), the board voted to invest approximately $2.2 million to $2.4 million in salary wages for the 2023-2024 school year.

The effort began in October last year when the district budget committee worked on an analysis of salaries. The purpose of this committee was to consider all district needs, and competitive salaries within the region for all employees arose as the top priority, Campbell County Schools Superintendent Shelli Wilson said at the meeting.

Click HERE for the full article about this important action.

First page of the PDF file: RAMP1252022

Help CCS VAMP up for our RAMP Reading and Mentoring Program by Becoming a Volunteer! 

We have an amazing experience available to our community called RAMP (Reading and Mentoring Program) where volunteers read with one to two children per week to help them with pronunciations and fluency. Your commitment of 30 minutes per week per child can make all the difference in your life and theirs.

If you would like to sign up or learn more, please contact Myssi Turner at 859-635-2173 or myssi.turner@campbell.kyschools.us.  You can also Click Here to visit the RAMP site.

Dr. Sheli Wilson

Watch the video below to hear Dr. Shelli Wilson, Superintendent of Schools, share her vision for Campbell County Schools.

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