Text Options Font Size: a- A+ Color: A A A A Revert 

School News & Announcements

March open swim hours at Scott High School Aquatic Center Swimming Pool

The Kenton County School District will offer Open Swim at the Aquatic Center at Scott High School on the following dates and times in March:

Read Across America Week

To celebrate this special week and Dr. Seuss’ birthday, we are having some dress up days! Mon. 2/27-Cat in the Hat Day-wear a hat! Tues. 2/28-Fox in Socks Day-wear crazy socks! Wed. 3/1-Green Eggs and Ham Day-wear green! Thurs. 3/2-Oh the Places You’ll Go Day-dress up as what you want to be when you grow up! Fri. 3/3-1 Fish 2 Fish Red Fish Blue Fish Day-wear red and blue!

Fun Arts Night

We are gearing up for our Fun Arts Night on Thursday, March 2! Be sure to join us for student performances, artwork, student projects and our Book Fair. The 21st Century Program will be offering two free parent classes to choose from: Learning about ADHD and Free Family Fun. Please plan to join us from 6:15-8:00 p.m!

Open Swim at Scott High School Aquatics Center Open Swim times

The Kenton County Aquatics Center at Scott High School is offering Open Swim on the following dates and times:

  • Friday, February 10th: 4:30-6:30 PM
  • Friday, February 17th: 6-7:30 PM
  • Friday, February 24th: 4-7 PM
  • Monday, February 27th: 4-6:30; 7-9 PM
  • Tuesday, February 28th: 4-6:30; 7-9 PM

$1– Kids/$2– Adults — No Registration Necessary


Book Fair

The Scholastic Book Fair will take place February 27-March 3.  The Book Fair Family Night will be Thursday, March 2 from 6:15 until 8.

Inclement Weather Information

In anticipation of inclement weather, please be sure to update our office with any changes to your phone numbers in order to receive our Bright Arrow notification calls. You may also wish to subscribe to Twitter @KCSD to get instant notification of closures and delays, and install the new Kenton County School District App on your smart phone. You can also sign up for Piner’s Twitter feed (@PinerPrincipal), our Facebook page, and our Sangha notification program for school updates.  Just contact your child’s teacher if you need further information on how to sign up for any of these services.

KCSD Inclement Weather Policy

By Terri Cox-Cruey, Ed. D., Superintendent of Kenton County Schools

The winter can be challenging to our instructional rhythm and overall school operations. It is particularly frustrating when events, scheduled well in advance, have to be canceled or postponed. While scheduling and rescheduling events during inclement weather is challenging, our current policy is to work with each school based on their circumstances to make sure the activity takes place for our students. Positive, proactive communication is necessary for all participants as we work together to disseminate information district-wide. I want to take this time to review how decisions are made when weather takes precedent.

View All News

Event Calendar

Photo Galleries

KCSD YouTube