Alert: ALL CAMPUS FACILITIES WILL BE CLOSED TUES, AUG 5TH FROM 8AM - 5PM. ONLY STAFF WILL BE ALLOWED ON SITE

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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Freshman Transitioning - Aug. 11th

As the graduating class of 2018 begin their high school journey, we invite all incoming 9th graders to attend Freshman Transitioning.

FREE TSHIRT to everyone who attends! 

See below for more information.


College App Boot Camp at Beechwood HS for NKY Seniors

Attention High School Seniors:

Preparing for the college application process can be a bit overwhelming, so Beechwood High School in Northern Ky is offering a "College App  Boot Camp" for all high school seniors.  

For dates and cost, see below.

 


Transitioning Event for Incoming 6th Graders

Camp Demons will be held on Aug 6th. This transitioning boot camp is offered to help new 6th graders learn the ropes, reconnect with friends, and get acquainted with the JR High Teachers before they start the 2014-15 school year.

Advanced Registration IS REQUIRED.  For more information, please contact the FRYSC office at 859-824-4184.


Elementary Read-i-Fest: "Racing to Proficiency"

WES students don't want to miss Read-i-Fest 'Racing to Proficiency', our back to school event!  

 

 


FCCLA Members Present at National Conference in San Antonio

Congratulations to Braydon Dungan, Megan Robinson, and Megan Perkins on qualifying to present at the national FCCLA Conference in San Antonio.  The students traveled to Texas in July.

 


Summer Reading Is Here!

All students grades 1 - 12 have been given a summer reading book to complete and return in August.  For a list of book titles by grade level and more information, see the Library Department page.

JR/SR High students were encouraged to enter the Instagram Contest, by tagging photos of themselves reading with #dubtownlibrary.  

Feel free to follow our students summer reading photos by searching the hashtag on Instagram!

*Parents: Please note that the novel Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher does have some explicit content. However, the novel is on the list of Young Adult Literature at https://www.goodreads.com/list/tag/young-adult. The novel was chosen because of its strong anti-bullying message, which is an issue that is important to discuss at the middle school level. However, if you do not want your child to read this book, you may substitute it with the 7th grade book titled Wonder.  Simply bring the book to school to make an exchange.