Our VISION is to promote the educational experience and well-being of every student.
Our MISSION is to do whatever it takes to arm every student with the academic, social, and emotional skills to be successful in career and life.
THEREFORE, we will hold high expectations for all students and staff; distribute resources as necessary to provide extra supports and interventions so all students can achieve; identify and eliminate any social and educational barriers to students’ success.
WE BELIEVE each and every student matters.
WE BELIEVE and demand the elimination of all gaps for every student.
WE BELIEVE in creating and maximizing future opportunities for all students.
The Department of Behavior Support and Student Engagement includes the areas of school health (physical and mental), home and hospital instruction, student information system (Infinite Campus), Positive Behavior Instruction, homeless assistance, home schooling, student attendance and enrollment, student and school safety, District Goal 3 (Activities and Athletics) and other areas parents and teachers need advice on how to deal with problems as children mature.
Because the growing-up process is a complicated one, parents and teachers often need advice on how to deal with problems as their children mature. The schools maintain a staff of student support personnel for this purpose, each of whom may be contacted through the school principal.
Central Office Contacts
Tom Arnzen – Director of Pupil Personnel
Areas of Focus
District Athletics and Activities
District Aquatics Programs
Student Information System (Infinite Campus)
Home Schooling Questions
Juvenile Court Issues
Homeless Student and Family Services
Truancy and Attendance
Home/Hospital Instruction - Home/Hospital Applications are available by contacting your child's school or Erin Clark at 859-344-8888.
Karen Hendrix - Director of District Programs
Areas of Focus
Reducing Barriers to Learning
District Behavior Coordination
District Mental Health Services
Navigate Threat Assessment
District Diversion to Expulsion Program
Other Department Areas of Focus
District Safety and School Resource Officers
Open Enrollment and Tuition
District Crisis Team
District phone number: 859-344-8888
Students, their families, employees and potential employees of the Kenton County School District are hereby notified that the Kenton County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, marital status, sex or disability in employment, vocational programs offerings, admissions criteria, or activities as set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations.Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies should be directed to Tom Arnzen, Director of Pupil Personnel, 1055 Eaton Dr., Fort Wright, KY, 859-344-8888, firstname.lastname@example.org