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NH Quick Recall 2018 Mrs. Brentlinger's Students NH- Quick Recall Reading Fun- Mrs. Brentlinger Newport Aquarium Visits NH Mrs. Powers and students help to fundraise for students and the school of Hairgrove Elementary in Texas NH Spirit Week! NH Tigers Roar!
  • March 21st- 23rd - COSI Visits: educational assemblies and hands on student engagement learning activities

  • March 23rd- NH Extreme Spirit Day! (wear school colors)

  • March 23rd- April 4th- NH Scholastic Book Fair

  • March 24th- International Festival 11:00- 3:00 @ MES

  • March 26th- KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION evening- 4:30pm to 7:00pm

  • March 27th- 4th Grade KY Wax Museum Showcase (6-7pm)

  • March 28th- SBDM mtg @ 4:30pm in the library

  • March 30th- NO SCHOOL!

  • April 1st- Easter & April Fools Day

Note From Principal

Hello and Welcome to New Haven Elementary!

My name is Mary Goble, principal of New Haven Elementary and I want to welcome you to our school. We are a PK-5th grade school located in Union, Ky., and are 1 of 14 elementary schools within the Boone County School District....
Click HERE to read more.

Click HERE to view New Haven's "Team Up" Calendar.

Click HERE to read Mrs. Goble's monthly newsletter.
If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me or one of our teachers and staff.


What's for Lunch

Click below to view the Tiger Cafe menu:
February 2018
March 2018

Click HERE to view Boone County Schools' menu fees.

To complete a free/reduced fee application click HERE.

To make online payments to your child's school lunch account click HERE.


If you have questions regarding our menus, food nutrition values, meal fees, etc... please contact our Tiger Cafe manager Mrs. Kay Rodgerson.

Kay R


Our Mission

Here at New Haven Elementary we strive to provide an environment where students, parents, teachers, and staff are happy, healthy, and safe; to stimulate learning; to provide opportunity to achieve individual potential, to encourage problem solving, creativity, and critical thinking; and to develop life-long learners who are responsible citizens of the community.