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Thank you for participating in Stuff the Bus!

We want to thank our community of parents, students, district staff, Chick-fil-A, the Boone County School District Transportation Department and the Boone County School Board for their support of the annual Stuff the Bus competition between Kenton and Boone County School Districts.  Stuff The Bus is a friendly competition held between the districts to benefit students in need of school supplies.  We compete to see which district can get their supporters to turn out and stuff their district’s bus with the most school supplies.  Boone County has won the competition for the fifth straight year!  Final collection numbers are 3,518 items collected for Boone County Schools and 2,535 items collected for Kenton County Schools. The friendly competition is sponsored by Chick-fil-A.  It was held Tuesday in their Florence parking lot on Houston Road. 


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Ready Rosie

Attention parents of children birth to 6 years!

Boone County Success-By-6 is entering into a partnership with ReadyRosie to provide parents of 0-6 year olds daily tips on how to engage and inspire their kids. Every weekday morning, parents will receive an email featuring a brief 2 minute video, in English and Spanish, modeling activities that can be done in everyday situations.  Use your phone, tablet or computer to access these great videos. It’s FREE; it’s easy!  

To learn more about ReadyRosie, check out their website - http://readyrosie.com/ - and watch one of these videos designed to help parents know more about this helpful resource:

•   Parent video in English - http://readyrosie.com/parent-overview/

•   Parent video in Spanish - http://readyrosie.com/introduccion-para-los-padres/


Summer Break

All Boone County Schools are closed for Summer Break through August 16, 2016. The 2016-2017 school year begins on Wednesday, August 17, 2016. Have a safe and enjoyable summer!


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Our Mission

District Mission:  Representing and in partnership with our stakeholders, the Boone County School District recognizes that all children can learn and dedicates itself to providing a challenging educational environment that allows each student to achieve to his or her highest potential as a learner and citizen.

 
District Vision:  Every graduate ready for college, career, and life

 


Superintendent's Message

Boone County Schools are located in the northern region of Kentucky. We are the third largest school district in the Commonwealth and have the highest test scores of any large, diverse school district. The district is home to twenty-three (23) schools including four high schools, five middle schools...
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DISTRICT HONORS

  • 2016 Storer/Toyota Business Engagement Collaboration: Dr. Karen Cheser, Deputy Superintendent
  • 2016 Helen Carroll Champion of Education award: Sue Sorrell-Conner High 
  • 2016 Golden Apple award winners: Melissa Dunn-Yealey Elementary, Kyle Holloway-Erpenbeck Elementary, Elizabeth Kamradt-Conner Middle and William Kidwell-Gray Middle
  • 2016 Rotary Teachers of the Year: Chad Caddell-Stephens Elementary, Michelle David-Cooper High, Julia Hansel-Conner Middle 
  • 2016 KMEA State Elementary Music Teacher of the Year Award - Betty Webber, Erpenbeck Elementary
  • 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award – Superintendent Dr. Randy Poe
  • 2015 F.L. Dupree Outstanding Superintendent Award – Dr. Randy Poe
  • 2015 Outstanding Women of Northern Kentucky – Deputy Superintendent Dr. Karen Cheser
  • 2015 National Woman Administrator Award Finalist – Deputy Superintendent Dr. Karen Cheser 2015
  • A.D. Albright Outstanding Administrator Leader – Connie Crigger, Mann Elementary School Principal
  • 2015 Greater Cincinnati Teacher of Excellence – Alexandra Shepherd, Burlington Elementary School
  • 2015 Rotary Teachers of the Year: Valorie Cooper, Burlington Elementary School and Eric Blankenship Conner Middle School
  • 2015 National Outstanding Biology Teacher Award – Lenny Beck, Boone County High School
  • 2014-2015 Kentucky Counselor of the Year – Chris Deel, North Pointe Elementary School
  • 2014-2015 (72) National Board Certified Teachers 2015 Teacher of the Year Semi-finalists: Stacie Kegley, Longbranch Elementary & Victoria Yeomanson, Cooper High School
  • 2014 KASA Administrator of the Year – Erika Bowles, Longbranch Elementary School Principal
  • 2014 Kentucky PTA Outstanding Educator – Jim Detwiler, Stephens Elementary School Principal
  • 2014 National American History Teacher of the Year – Doug Logan, Ockerman Middle School
  • 2014 NTSA Distinguished Teaching Award – Tricia Shelton, Boone County High School
  • 2014 3C Outstanding Educator Award – Victoria Yeomanson, Cooper High School
  • 2013 Superintendent of the Year – Dr. Randy Poe, Boone County Schools 2013 KASA Administrator of the Year – Karen Cheser, Boone County Schools Deputy Superintendent
  • 2013 KASA Administrator of the Year – Tim Hitzfield, Conner High School Principal
  • 2013 Blue Ribbon School – Mann Elementary
  • 2013 Siemens Fellow – Melissa Stolz, R.A. Jones Middle School
  • 2013 Oasis Award Winner
  • 2013 Florence Rotary Club Teacher of the Year - Akrivi Watson, North Pointe Elementary