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NH Mission and Vision Statement Tiger Paw

New Haven Elementary Mission and Vision: 

New Haven Mission & Vision

We Miss You! New Haven Misses You

 WE LOVE AND MISS OUR STUDENTS SO MUCH! 

Stay safe and healthy!

~ your NH teachers and staff ~

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NH NTI "How To" Documents and Information eschool

 


 

Read and Vote with your NH Teachers March Madness - Book
New Haven Kindergarten Registration Kindergarten

New Haven is accepting Kindergarten registrations for the 20-21 school year! Students must be 5 years old by August 1, 2020. You can call the school for a premade packet or you can download the forms from our school website. If you have questions, please feel free to call 859-384-5325.

To get the forms from our website:
Click on Parent Resource tab> click on forms>click on New Haven Kindergarten Registration Packet

Boone County Schools Wellness Balance Helpline cell phone

Boone County Schools Provides Wellness Balance Helpline

 

This helpline is for our parents, students and employees.
 

The BCS Wellness Balance Helpline is staffed by School Psychologists and Counselors. It will be open from 8am to 4pm Monday through Friday.


We understand how you might be feeling.  You are not alone in this.  For the time being this is the new normal for all of us.  This helpline is designed to provide resources or assistance for those feeling anxious, stressful or depressed.  Boone County Schools is committed to meeting our school community’s needs and supporting our families as this situation evolves.
 

If you call the line after 4pm or on the weekend, leave a voicemail and your contact number.  Your call will be returned on the next business day.
 

Call the BCS Wellness Balance Helpline at 859.283.3248
 

We cannot give medical advice.  If you are not feeling well and have symptoms of COVID-19 please call your doctor.
 

Thank you and know that we WILL get through this TOGETHER!

 

District Food Delivery *** UPDATED 3/31*** food delivery

The food stops currently being utilized to provide food for our students will have additional meals on Thursday (April 2nd) and Friday (April 3rd). We will provide additional meals on these days in effort to meet the nutritional needs of our students over Boone County Schools’ spring break.

Boone County School buses will deliver food to our school community only one time each day. This will occur at the 11:30 lunchtime food service we are currently providing.

Our ongoing food service is for ALL students of Boone County Schools.

We ask that families call ahead to help us know how many meals to prepare for each location. Our buses will be delivering food to the locations listed on the links below. Phone numbers to call and reserve a meal are also available via the links.

District One

District Two

District Three

Collins Elementary

Official District Statement Regarding Emergency Preparedness Plan logo

Statement From Superintendent Dr. Randy Poe Regarding Boone County Schools Implementing Emergency Preparedness Plan

Boone County Schools Implementing Emergency Preparedness Plan logo

Dear Parents and Guardians,
Due to the State of Emergency, as called by Governor Andy Beshear, Boone County Schools will be implementing NTI (Non-Traditional Instruction) in accordance with KRS 158.070 (9). Starting Monday March 16th up to Monday April 20th instruction will be delivered for all students during the day while at home. However, if the State of Emergency is lifted before April 20th we may resume classes.

We are taking these measures after Governor Beshear declared a State of Emergency in Kentucky and in accordance with the guidelines put out by the Northern Kentucky Health Department. Non-Traditional Instruction and event cancellations are being done out of an abundance of caution and to help stem the tide of the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Your child’s health and safety are our first priority.

Talking to Children About COVID-19 playground kids

You know your children best. Let their questions be your guide as to how much information to provide. However, don’t avoid giving them the information that health experts identify as critical to ensuring your children’s health. Be patient; children and youth do not always talk about their concerns readily. Watch for clues that they may want to talk, such as hovering around while you do the dishes or yard work. It is very typical for younger children to ask a few questions, return to playing, then come back to ask more questions. 

When sharing information, it is important make sure to provide facts without promoting a high level of stress, remind children that adults are working to address this concern, and give children actions they can take to protect themselves. 

Statement on the Coronavirus logo

Misinformation through social media is hyping hysteria about the Coronavirus or Covid-19. We know and understand your concerns and fears as we too have children and families. But misinformation is spreading more quickly than the virus. We want to assure you that at this time there are no outbreaks in the Northern Kentucky region however we are aware that could change at any time. It is very important to stay informed and listen to the advice of our public health officials. In this case that is the Northern Kentucky Health Department. 

As a school district, there is no reason to change anything about our current routines and if that should change we will immediately notify you. 

What we do know is that Covid-19 is a respiratory illness, as is influenza, except that corona is more contagious. And while the CDC is working on a vaccine for it, you should take the same precautions as you would for the flu. Wash your hands regularly, cover your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough, and when you are sick, stay home from work or school and drink lots of fluids. Not only should you do these things but teach your children to take the same precautions. 

Since the earliest cases were reported, hoaxes, lies and junk science about the virus have swirled through social media. People are more click-susceptible during these events because there’s so much information floating around out there and people don’t know who to trust. 

Stay informed through trustworthy sources like the CDC and the Northern Kentucky Health Department. The Boone County School District Administration also works closely with the Kentucky Department of Education and you can be assured that we will follow all suggested guidelines from the Department of Education and the Health Department. 

Boone County Rebels Girls Summer Basketball Camp BCHS

Don't miss out are signing your 2nd grade to 9th grade girl up for camp this summer!

Click HERE for more information!

Inclement Weather Information snow

Unpredictable winter weather may necessitate Boone County Schools to alter daily schedules or routines within the district. To be prepared please make sure your child’s school has up-to-date phone numbers and emergency contacts for your family. Also, have child-care arrangements already in place should the need arise to close school early, delay or cancel school.

 

Stay up to date with all weather related delays and closings by following @BCSWx on Twitter. 

 

Boone County Schools Inclement Weather Information