Daily Announcements

Announcement

11/23/2020

Congratulations to Abigail and Jenna Campbell on their first place finish in Duo Interpretation in their virtual speech team competition over the weekend.

• Are you interested in acting, singing, or meeting new people? The Conner Theatre Club is hosting its first meeting on Wednesday, December 2nd from 3:00-4:00! Anyone interested in attending the Google Meet is welcome! The passcode will be ConnerTheater, spelled t-h-e-a-t-e-r. We hope to see you soon, and any questions before then can be directed to Mr. Lindley by email.

• The Family Resource & Youth Service Centers are sponsoring Page Days. The CHS Youth Service Center can sponsor one CHS student to be a Legislative Page at a Legislative session in Frankfort during January or February 2021. This is a rare opportunity for a student to work alongside Legislators and perform duties such as delivering messages, running errands, copying material, and delivering bills, and to see the inner workings of our government. If you are interested in political science, government, or civics, this is for you. If COVID prohibits a page from serving in person, a virtual back-up plan is in place. If you are interested, please contact Mrs. Mosqueda in the Youth Service Center for details and qualifications. Deadline for submission of qualifying materials is December 1.

• The Cougars in the Community food drive is postponed until after Thanksgiving.

• Picture day has been rescheduled to Friday, January 22nd. The order forms that were handed out last week will need to be used for this date.

11/18/2020

* Picture day has been cancelled. Once we have confirmed a new date, we will make that information available.

* The Pennies for Patients fundraiser being held by NHS has been extended through November 30th. Please consider making an online donation to help benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

* Today is the last day to order senior t-shirts.  You  may drop  of your order before 3:00 today or order online.  https://www.boone.kyschools.us/3/Content2/sportsticketing

* Attn: 9th-11th Students: Mrs. Hubbard and Mr. Ford will be hosting a Virtual Dual Credit Information Night for Students and Parents on Wednesday, November 18, at 630PM via Zoom. We will be discussing various programs for the 2020-21 school year, including Early College, NKU School-Based Scholars, Gateway Dual Credit, Thomas More Dual Credit, Murray State Racer Academy, Fire Science/EMT, and more. We will send out the Zoom link to students and parents on the morning of the 18th. If you are thinking at all about taking Dual Credit courses in the future, make plans to attend!

* The Family Resource & Youth Service Centers are once again sponsoring Page Days for January and February 2021. Conner High Youth Service Center can sponsor one CHS student to be a Legislative Page at a Legislative session in Frankfort during January or February 2021. This s a rare opportunity for a student to work alongside Legislators and perform duties such as staff by delivering messages, running errands, copying material, and delivering bills. This is a unique opportunity to see the inner workings of our government. If you are interested in political science, government, or civics, this is a unique opportunity for you. If Co-Vid prohibits a page from serving in person, a virtual back-up plan is in place. If you are interested, please contact Mrs. Mosqueda in the Youth Service Center for details and qualifications. Deadline for submission of qualifying materials is December 1.

* Do you need or want volunteer hours but are having trouble getting anything set up due to the pandemic? Would you like to do volunteer work at home or at school? If so,, contact Mrs. Mosqueda in the Youth Service Center and she can give you a variety of options. 859-283-3234 or stop by the Youth Service Center in Room 112

* Are you interested in Eastern Kentucky University and the College of Justice and Safety? Join me Friday, November 20th at 10 am for a virtual information session focusing on Fire & EMS careers. Sign up with Mrs. Hubbard in her office or by email.

 

11/09/2020

• Anyone interested in trying out for the swim team needs to sign up for a tryout slot for Tuesday, November 10 or Thursday, November 12 from 8 -9pm.

• All students parking in the student parking lot must have a parking pass and park in their assigned spot. If you need a parking pass, please see Ms. Dunn or Ms. Carson in the main office. Parking passes are $15.

• Cougars in the Community please meet in room 225 to make posters for the food drive today after school. We will also be meeting Thursday Nov. 12 right after school in the cafe for a short service project. See you then!

• The Annual Thanksgiving food drive starts next Monday, Nov 16th. Each day has a special theme for food items. Monday is breakfast foods, Tuesday is "Taco Tuesday", Thursday is "Italian dinner night" food items and Friday is boxed food/desserts. Soups, chili and crackers can be brought in any day! Check out the posters in the halls for more food ideas!! The 3rd block class which brings in the most items will be awarded. Remember your donation will help a needy family in our community.

• Congratulations to the 2020 Homecoming Court:

o Third Runner Up Queen and King: Taylor Connelly & Nick Keller

o Second Runner Up Queen and King: Ellie Smith & Jackson Sands

o First Runner Up Queen and King: Demi Watson & Riley Osterbur

o Homecoming Queen and King: Bri Faught & Griffin Hammonds

 

11/02/2020

*Are you thinking about being a part of a team? FFA is hosting a pizza party for anyone after school on Nov. 5th in the cafeteria. Free pizza, games, and meeting new friends. Please join us! Want to be a part of something bigger? Join FFA today! Dues are $15 and are being collected by Ms. Gripshover. Checks can be made out to CHS. Final day to pay is Nov. 5th. This covers all levels of dues and a FREE t-shirt!

* NaviGo Scholars Applications Open through November 13th! Students can now access information and applications through the NaviGo Scholars website. NaviGo Scholars is a program for high school students who want to explore careers they are interested in pursuing after high school. Students apply to the program to gain valuable training, exposure, experience, and networking opportunities. Students who are accepted into this program will have two sessions per month — one with the business sponsor for career exploration and experience, and one with the NaviGo Coach for college and career prep, application and resume writing, scholarship searches, etc. All meetings are after school. Company sponsors pay close attention to attendance, so if you are accepted, participation is critical. Flyers are posted outside Mrs. Hubbard's office.

* Anyone interested in trying out for the swim team needs to signup for a tryout slot for Tuesday, November 10 or Thursday, November 12 from 8 -9pm.

* Attention Sophomores: If you had a To Kill a Mockingbird book at the end of last year during NTI, please return the book to room 126 as soon as possible.

 

10/28/2020

* If you are parking in the student parking lot you must have a parking pass and park in your assigned spot. If you don't have a parking pass email Ms. Dunn for information.

* Submissions are now being accepted for the 2021 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. This is your opportunity to be recognized for your skills. Due date for submissions will be Monday, November 30th by the end of the day. Contact Ms. Puff for more information. Please look for the flyer on the Conner website and social media.

* Juniors and Seniors: HealthFORCE 2020 is hosting a Healthcare Careers Expo Event for high school students November 17th from 1-3:30pm. Sign up with Mrs. Hubbard to attend the event since it is during school hours. You can email her or stop by her office across from the men’s restroom upstairs.

* Red Ribbon Week continues tomorrow. Tomorrow’s theme is “Sock It to Drugs” (wear crazy socks) and Friday’s theme is “Team Up Against Drugs” (wear your favorite sports team attire).

* Want to be a part of something bigger? Join FFA today! Dues are $15 and are being collected by Ms. Gripshover. Checks can be made out to CHS. Final day to pay is Nov. 5th. This covers all levels of dues and a FREE t-shirt!

* NaviGo Scholars is a program for high school students who want to explore careers they are interested in pursuing after high school. Students apply to the program to gain valuable training, exposure, experience, and networking opportunities. Students who are accepted into this program will have two sessions per month — one with the business sponsor for career exploration and experience, and one with the NaviGo Coach for college and career prep, application and resume writing, scholarship searches, etc. All meetings are after school. Company sponsors pay close attention to attendance, so if you are accepted, participation is critical. NaviGo Scholars Applications Open through November 13th!
Students can now access information and applications through the NaviGo Scholars website. Flyers are posted outside Mrs. Hubbard's office.

*Next week is Spirit Week! Monday is Jersey Day, Thursday is Throwback Day, and Friday is Conner Spirit Day!

 

10/23/2020

* FFA Dues are now being collected by Ms. Gripshover (Room 136). They are $15 and includes a t-shirt. The last day to pay is Nov. 6th.

* If you are parking in the student parking lot you must have a parking pass and park in your assigned spot. If you don't have a parking pass email Ms. Dunn for information.

* Submissions are now being accepted for the 2021 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. This is your opportunity to be recognized for your skills. Due date for submissions will be Monday, November 30th by the end of the day. Contact Ms. Puff for more information. Please look for the flyer on the Conner website and social media.

* Juniors and Seniors: HealthFORCE 2020 is hosting a Healthcare Careers Expo Event for high school students November 17th from 1-3:30pm. Sign up with Mrs. Hubbard to attend the event since it is during school hours. You can email her or stop by her office across from the men’s restroom upstairs.

* Girls Varsity Basketball tryouts will be Monday, October 26th and Tuesday October 27th form 5-6:30. Girls Freshman Basketball tryouts will be Monday, October 26th and Wednesday October 28th from 6:30-8pm.

* Red Ribbon Week will kick off starting Monday, October 26th. This week is dedicated to raising awareness about the harmful effects of drugs and alcohol and promote students to lead healthy lives. Please participate in dressing up for the themed days:
Monday - Red Ribbon Week Kickoff Day (wear Red)
Tuesday - Peace Out to Drugs (wear Tie-Dye clothing)
Thursday - Sock It to Drugs (wear crazy socks)
Friday - Team Up Against Drugs (wear your favorite sports team attire)

* The Prichard Committee Student Voice Team, with the support of National Geographic, has created an incredible opportunity for students interested in podcasting around education equity and justice issues in Kentucky:

The KY edStorytellers Fellowship is an 8-month virtual program teaching Kentucky students journalism tenets, storytelling techniques, and production skills in order to amplify and elevate the voices of students who are least heard in our education systems through podcasting. Through the Fellowship, which provides students a $500 stipend and all needed technology, student podcasters will have in-depth lessons preparing them to produce high-quality pieces focused on their chosen education equity issue in Kentucky.

Students can apply for the Fellowship solo or in cohorts of 2-4 students, preferably in the same geographic region. Alongside the curriculum and mentorship, Fellows will also be invited to special storytelling webinars to learn from other education storytellers around the country. Students can learn more about the Fellowship and find the link to apply at https://kyedstorytellers.carrd.co or contact the Conner High Youth Service Center

* Our CHS cross country team is competing in the regional meet tomorrow. Best of luck to all of our runners!
 

10/19/2020

Any 9th or 10th grade student interested in Balluff's Virtual Manufacturing Day needs to contact Mrs. Hubbard for the link to join. This online event is intended to give students an idea of what careers in manufacturing and STEM look like in modern times. You will experience virtual tours of a variety of manufacturing facilities and first-hand testimonials about what working in manufacturing is like from recent college graduates, veteran employees, state and local officials and more. Additionally, there is a section for students to explore further on their own with online games and activities and links to local schools and organizations that promote manufacturing as a viable career option.

• Wrestling practices start November 2nd at 3pm. If you are interested in joining the team, you will need a current physical and to meet at the wrestling room doors on November 2nd. If you wish to talk to coach Fisher for more information he can be found in the Freshman Hallway by the health room at the end of the day.

• Freshman Boys Basketball open gym will start on Wednesday, October 21st and go from 4:30-6pm. For more details please follow @ConnerHoops on Twitter.

• FFA Dues are now being collected by Ms. Gripshover (Room 136). They are $15 and includes a t-shirt. The last day to pay is Nov. 6th.

• If you are parking in the student parking lot you must have a parking pass and park in your assigned spot. If you don't have a parking pass email Ms. Dunn for information.

• Submissions are now being accepted for the 2021 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. This is your opportunity to be recognized for your skills. Due date for submissions will be Monday, November 30th by the end of the day. Contact Ms. Puff for more information. Please look for the flyer on the Conner website and social media.

 

10/16/2020

• Anyone interested in playing girls basketball, please follow the lady cougars twitter account (@_Lay_Cougars_) for all important information. Open gyms begin Tuesday! If you can't access the information on Twitter, please email Mrs. Butler at allison.butler@boone.kyschools.us

• The Overture Awards competition is the area’s largest solo arts competition. There are cash prizes of up to $4000. All CHS students are invited to submit original writing for the Creative Writing category. Your English teacher will be accepting creative writing submissions until November 6th at 3:00 pm. The English department will then select two portfolios to represent our school at the Overture Awards. For more information, talk to your English teacher.

• Any 9th or 10th grade student interested in Balluff's Virtual Manufacturing Day needs to contact Mrs. Hubbard for the link to join. This online event is intended to give students an idea of what careers in manufacturing and STEM look like in modern times. You will experience virtual tours of a variety of manufacturing facilities and first-hand testimonials about what working in manufacturing is like from recent college graduates, veteran employees, state and local officials and more. Additionally, there is a section for students to explore further on their own with online games and activities and links to local schools and organizations that promote manufacturing as a viable career option.

• Wrestling practices start November 2nd at 3pm. If you are interested in joining the team, you will need a current physical and to meet at the wrestling room doors on November 2nd. If you wish to talk to coach Fisher for more information he can be found in the Freshman Hallway by the health room at the end of the day.

• Freshman Boys Basketball open gym will start on Wednesday, October 21st and go from 4:30-6pm. For more details please follow the @ConnerHoops twitter account.

• FFA Dues are now being collected by Ms. Gripshover (Room 136). They are $15 and includes a t-shirt. The last day to pay is Nov. 6th.

• If you are parking in the student parking lot you must have a parking pass and park in your assigned spot. If you don't have a parking pass email Ms. Dunn for information.

 

 

10/14/2020


• Any boy interested in playing Basketball this year needs to follow @ConnerHoops. Any information and updates will be posted there.

• Anyone interested in playing girls basketball, please follow @_Lay_Cougars_ on twitter for all important dates, information, and forms! Open gyms begin Tuesday! If you can't access the information on Twitter, please email Mrs. Butler at allison.butler@boone.kyschools.us

• The Overture Awards competition is the area’s largest solo arts competition. There are cash prizes of up to $4000. All CHS students are invited to submit original writing for the Creative Writing category. Your English teacher will be accepting creative writing submissions until November 6th at 3:00 pm. The English department will then select two portfolios to represent our school at the Overture Awards. For more information, talk to your English teacher.

• National Honor Society has its next meeting on Wednesday, October 14th at 2:30 p.m. This is a virtual meeting; please check Canvas for the link and the meeting code.  If you are unable to attend the meeting, please email Mrs. Jones as soon as possible.

• Any 9th or 10th grade student interested in Balluff's Virtual Manufacturing Day needs to contact Mrs. Hubbard for the link to join. This online event is intended to give students an idea of what careers in manufacturing and STEM look like in modern times. You will experience virtual tours of a variety of manufacturing facilities and first-hand testimonials about what working in manufacturing is like from recent college graduates, veteran employees, state and local officials and more. Additionally, there is a section for students to explore further on their own with online games and activities and links to local schools and organizations that promote manufacturing as a viable career option.

• Wrestling practices start November 2nd at 3pm. If you are interested in joining the team, you will need a current physical and to meet at the wrestling room doors on November 2nd. If you wish to talk to coach Fisher for more information he can be found in the Freshman Hallway by the health room at the end of the day.

 

10/08/2020

  • Congratulations to Evan Stewart, who placed in the top 35 at the state golf tournament. Way to go, Evan!

  • Anyone interested in playing girls basketball, please follow @_Lay_Cougars_ on twitter for all important dates, information, and forms! Open gyms begin Tuesday! If you can't access the information on Twitter, please email Mrs. Butler at allison.butler@boone.kyschools.us

  • The Overture Awards competition is the area’s largest solo arts competition. There are cash prizes of up to $4000. All CHS students are invited to submit original writing for the Creative Writing category. Your English teacher will be accepting creative writing submissions until November 6th at 3:00 pm. The English department will then select two portfolios to represent our school at the Overture Awards. For more information, talk to your English teacher.

  • Any boy interested in playing Basketball this year needs to follow @ConnerHoops. Any information and updates will be posted there.

  • Attention Sophomores: Class ring & jewelry order forms are now available in the front office and in the library. You can also browse at www.graduateserviceinc.com. All orders should be mailed or ordered online, and all questions should be directed to graduate services. No payment should be made to Conner High School.

  • A library book return container is now located in the main hallway, at the top of the freshman hallway. Please return any library books from last year into this container. You can also return books from Conner Middle School.

  • Senior Cap and Gown order packets are in the library. Seniors should stop by the library to pick up a packet.

 

10/05/2020

  • Attention Sophomores: Class ring & jewelry order forms are now available in the front office and in the library. You can also browse at www.graduateserviceinc.com. All orders should be mailed or ordered online, and all questions should be directed to graduate services. No payment should be made to Conner High School.
     
  • Attn: Juniors -- There will be a virtual information session for any Junior who is interested in learning more about the Governor's Scholars Program on Wednesday, October 7th at 9AM with Mr. Ford.  Students will learn about the program itself as well as the application process, the scoring criteria for selection, etc. If you are interested, send Mr. Ford an email -- he will add you to the invite list and will send you a Google Meet link prior to the meeting date/time.
     
  • During the week of October 12th parking passes will be handed out to students that have requested a pass and paid school fees.  Students that have a parking fee listed in their school fees will need to complete the Conner High School Parking Pass Contract prior to picking up their pass.  The contract is located on the table in the lobby area.  Students will need to complete the contract and return it to Ms. Dunn’s office.  Once the contract is returned and fees are paid, a parking pass will be delivered to the student the week of October 12th during lunch. 
     
  • A library book return container is now located in the main hallway, at the top of the freshman hallway. Please return any library books from last year into this container. You can also return books from Conner Middle School.
     
  • Senior Cap and Gown order packets are in the library. Seniors should stop by the library to pick up a packet.
     
  • Good luck this week to Evan Stewart and Sam Tucker as they head to the state golf tournament!

10/02/2020

  • Anyone who wants to join the Junior Firefighter Program with the Burlington Fire Department contact Mrs. Hubbard for an application.
     
  • Attn: Juniors -- There will be a virtual information session for any Junior who is interested in learning more about the Governor's Scholars Program on Wednesday, October 7th at 9AM with Mr. Ford.  Students will learn about the program itself as well as the application process, the scoring criteria for selection, etc. If you are interested, send Mr. Ford an email -- he will add you to the invite list and will send you a Google Meet link prior to the meeting date/time.
     
  • Attention Sophomores: Class ring & jewelry order forms are now available in the front office and in the library. You can also browse at www.graduateserviceinc.com. All orders should be mailed or ordered online, and all questions should be directed to graduate services. No payment should be made to Conner High School.
     
  • Don’t forget to vote for our girls’ soccer team and varsity football team for team of the week. Both teams are currently winning, so let’s keep them at the top! Voting ends today at 5 pm!

9/30/2020

  • Attention Cougar Fans! We have two teams up for the cincinnati.com team of the week!

    Our Lady Cougars soccer team is nominated for the NKY/IND girls fall team of the week (be careful when you vote, Cooper is too), and our football team is nominated for the NKY/IND football team of the week.

    You can vote once per day, and voting ends on Friday at 5 pm.

    #rollcougs

    https://www.cincinnati.com/story/sports/high-school/player-of-the-week/2020/09/29/vote-cincinnati-enquirer-fall-high-school-athletes-week-sept-28/3555278001/?fbclid=IwAR27Y3iqNHjuxzsqq1bYJ33wR4xQVB2Ts2oe5qydwdL0mwmDC791ts_kEEM

  • Anyone who wants to join the Junior Firefighter Program with the Burlington Fire Department contact Mrs. Hubbard for an application.
     

  • Attn: Juniors -- There will be a virtual information session for any Junior who is interested in learning more about the Governor's Scholars Program on Wednesday, October 7th at 9AM with Mr. Ford.  Students will learn about the program itself as well as the application process, the scoring criteria for selection, etc. If you are interested, send Mr. Ford an email -- he will add you to the invite list and will send you a Google Meet link prior to the meeting date/time.

 

9/23/2020

  • Are you a junior or senior who is interested in attending college? If so, the FREE College Essay Writing Workshop may be for you. The program will be held offered online on Tuesdays, October 6 and 13 from 6 - 8 pm and is being conducted by Chris Reeves of Ask Mr. Reeves. The event is sponsored by the CHS Youth Service Center. Info can be found on the Conner High School website under "Announcements' or by calling the YSC at 859-283-3234.
     

  • Our Cougar football team is nominated for the tristatefootball.com team of the week. The voting is open from now until Wednesday afternoon at 12PM Eastern. Voters can vote once per hour, per IP address (we track it on back end so cheating will result in votes being voided). Please visit the CHS Facebook, Twitter, or Website for the link to vote.
     

  • Healthcare Career Fair.  Connect “virtually” with thousands of career opportunities. Speak with representatives from businesses actively hiring. Access online career services, job seekers webinars and workshops, and employment resources. Email Mrs. Hubbard for the link to register.
     

  • Cougars in the Community will meet next Thursday, September 24th at 2 pm via Google Meet. If you would like to attend, the link to the meeting is on the Cougars in the Community page on the CHS website, or you can email Mrs. Schab.

 

9/22/2020

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9/21/2020

  • Are you a junior or senior who is interested in attending college? If so, the FREE College Essay Writing Workshop may be for you. The program will be held offered online on Tuesdays, October 6 and 13 from 6 - 8 pm and is being conducted by Chris Reeves of Ask Mr. Reeves. The event is sponsored by the CHS Youth Service Center. Info can be found on the Conner High School website under "Announcements' (Sept. 4) or by calling the YSC at 859-283-3234.
     

  • Seniors: Supply Chain OKI is leading a Virtual Hiring Event... time-slots are limited, so register today! Seniors to register contact Mrs. Hubbard or check your canvas inbox for the flier.
     

  • Our Cougar football team is nominated for the tristatefootball.com team of the week. The voting is open from now until Wednesday afternoon at 12PM Eastern. Voters can vote once per hour, per IP address (we track it on back end so cheating will result in votes being voided). Please visit the CHS Facebook, Twitter, or Website for the link to vote.
     

  • Healthcare Career Fair.  Connect “virtually” with thousands of career opportunities. Speak with representatives from businesses actively hiring. Access online career services, job seekers webinars and workshops, and employment resources. Email Mrs. Hubbard for the link to register.
     

  • Cougars in the Community will meet next Thursday, September 24th at 2 pm via Google Meet. If you would like to attend, the link to the meeting is on the Cougars in the Community page on the CHS website, or you can email Mrs. Schab.

 

9/18/2020

Special Message from Mr. Wyckoff:

Cougar Parents and Students,

I hope this message finds you well! From all indications I have, it looks like the Boone County

Schools will be transitioning to “Yellow” on 9/28. I am very excited to even have the potential of

students coming back into my building, it’s been a very long 202 days! We can all help to

ensure we continue to move forward in the process of getting students and society back to a

more normalized situation by practicing social distancing, masking, hand washing, etc. For your

student to return to CHS, the following form needs to be completed. Please do so for EACH of

your returning students. COVID 19 Back to School Form

At CHS we are getting “more” normal. Fall athletics have resumed with limited attendance, and

the KHSAA just announced Winter athletics will resume toward the end of October. Attendance

guidelines have not been set for these activities, I’m sure they will be forthcoming.

As we transition to in person learning, it’s important to realize things are not totally normal. CHS

will have one way hallways and stairwells, restroom capacity is very limited, hall pass access

will be limited, lunch will be in student desks in the cafe with assigned seating, masking will be

required, temperature checks will be required at the beginning of the day, all to help us to be

able to minimize the risk of student and staff exposure.

Learning will be both in person, and continue at home. For the student it’s critical to our

learning process that when they arrive in person on their assigned days, they arrive with a fully

charged chrome book. This is going to be essential to some of the processes that take place in

our building. Please help us ensure that happens on every day your student is assigned to the

building. I know the learning processes we are all going through takes a coordinated effort.

The attached document has contact information for grade level principals here at CHS, a link for

teacher emails, and phone numbers for you or your student to contact should they encounter

obstacles in the learning process. We want every child to succeed, and understand the

difficulties many are encountering during this time.

I’ve had many phone calls about fees, and paying school fees. We have not had a school fee

night to date, and if I can, I’d like to avoid having a school fee night, as it brings a multitude of

issues into the building that I’d really like to avoid. You CAN pay your school fees through the

Infinite Campus Parent App. They have been assigned. Remember, this school fee money

goes into our school, and does not go anywhere else. We rely on these funds to purchase

many of the supplies needed to help students learn. If you’d rather, you can send a check in

with your student, or to make other arrangements you can contact Wendi Robinson or Shirley

Millar here at CHS.

We also have limited parking for our students. In August an email was sent out to parents to

request a student parking pass. If you have completed the parking request form, a parking fee

has been added to your student fee account, or you have been put on a waiting list. During the

first two weeks of in person classes, Ms. Dunn will be distributing parking passes. Students will

need to show proof of driver’s license, complete a parking pass permit form, and pay school

fees before a parking pass will be distributed. Seniors and students with classes off campus

have first priority of purchasing a pass. All other students will be put on a waiting list. If you

have any questions, please email Shonda.Dunn@boone.kyschools.us

I hope here in about 10 days, I’m saying “Welcome Back” to the majority of our students. I’ve

missed them, and I’ll be glad to have them back!

Stay Well,

Andy Wyckoff

Principal

Conner High School

 

9/18/2020

  • Tonight, our football team takes on Campbell County. If you’d like to watch the game, it will be live streamed on the CamelPride Facebook page, as well as the Campbell Media Facebook page. You can also view on Spectrum channel 202 and Cincinnati Bell channel 810. Taped delayed broadcast can be viewed on the Campbell Media app on Apple and Roku streaming devices, as well as the Campbell Media Website. Kick-off is at 7!

  • Healthcare Career Fair.  Connect “virtually” with thousands of career opportunities. Speak with representatives from businesses actively hiring. Access online career services, job seekers webinars and workshops, and employment resources. Email Mrs. Hubbard for the link to register.
     

  • Cougars in the Community will meet next Thursday, September 24th at 2 pm via Google Meet. If you would like to attend, the link to the meeting is on the Cougars in the Community page on the CHS website, or you can email Mrs. Schab.
     

  • Are you interested in manufacturing? Balluff Inc. is hosting a virtual manufacturing Day to classes to visit during October. They are going to have information on local college programs for students looking to get into manufacturing and current manufacturing employees talking about how they like their job and some videos and games to interact with students. If interested please contact Mrs. Jamie Hubbard by email or through Canvas.
     

  • Students, please be sure that you are completing your classwork and attending your class meetings. If you have any questions, reach out to your teachers for assistance

9/16/2020

  • Today is the first National Honor Society virtual meeting at 2:30 p.m. Please log on to our Canvas page for the link to our meeting, as well as our newsletter agenda.
  • Are you interested in manufacturing? Balluff Inc. is hosting a virtual manufacturing Day to classes to visit during October. They are going to have information on local college programs for students looking to get into manufacturing and current manufacturing employees talking about how they like their job and some videos and games to interact with students. If interested please contact Mrs. Jamie Hubbard by email or through Canvas.
  • Students, please be sure that you are completing your classwork and attending your class meetings. If you have any questions, reach out to your teachers for assistance.

9/14/2020

  • Are you interested in a career in health care? If so, there will be a virtual healthcare career event on Wednesday, 9/23 from 11am-12pm. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard with information on how to register and for additional details.
     
  • National Honor Society will have its first meeting of the school year on September 16th at 2:30 p.m. Please check our Canvas page for more club information and access to our virtual meeting space. If you are unable to attend, please email Mrs. Jones by 9/14.
     
  • Are you interested in manufacturing? Balluff Inc. is hosting a virtual manufacturing Day to classes to visit during October. They are going to have information on local college programs for students looking to get into manufacturing and current manufacturing employees talking about how they like their job and some videos and games to interact with students. If interested please contact Mrs. Jamie Hubbard by email or through Canvas.
     
  • Cougars in the Community, whose mission is to provide service for our local community, is going to have a google meet on TODAY at 2:00PM. if you are interested in joining, please go to the Conner HS web site, extra-curricular activities at the top under students and click on the Cougars in the Community link. The google meet link will be posted there.

 

9/11/2020

  • Are you interested in a career in health care? If so, there will be a virtual healthcare career event on Wednesday, 9/23 from 11am-12pm. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard with information on how to register and for additional details.”
  • National Honor Society will have its first meeting of the school year on September 16th at 2:30 p.m. Please check our Canvas page for more club information and access to our virtual meeting space. If you are unable to attend, please email Mrs. Jones by 9/14.
  • Are you interested in manufacturing? Balluff Inc. is hosting a virtual manufacturing Day to classes to visit during October. They are going to have information on local college programs for students looking to get into manufacturing and current manufacturing employees talking about how they like their job and some videos and games to interact with students. If interested please contact Mrs. Jamie Hubbard by email or through Canvas.
  • Cougars in the Community, whose mission is to provide service for our local community, is going to have a google meet on Sept 14th at 2:00PM. if you are interested in joining, please go to the Conner HS web site, extra curricular activities at the top under students and click on the Cougars in the Community link. The google meet link will be posted there.

 

9/10/2020

Congratulations to Emma J. Stewart for achieving National Merit Semifinalist status for 2021.  Emma is among 16,000 semifinalists (out of 1.6 million juniors in about 22,000 high schools) selected in the United States based on her performance on the 2020 PSAT Examination.   From here, Emma will compete for Finalist status and, hopefully, be selected in the Spring for one of roughly 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $31 million.

Are you interested in a career in health care? If so, there will be a virtual healthcare career event on Wednesday, 9/23 from 11am-12pm. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard with information on how to register and for additional details.

 

Students, please be sure that you are attending your Google Meets as scheduled, submitting your assignments, and reaching out to your teachers with any questions.

 

9/4/2020

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Daily Announcements will be back on Tuesday Sept. 8, 2020!!!





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