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This month we're sharing more information about Chronic Absenteeism and ways student attendance can be improved across the district. An interview with Director of Pupil Personnel Melanie Barrett explains more.


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CCPS Vision: Transform the educational environment to meet the ongoing demands of the 21st Century learning so that all students are engaged in a high quality, equitable education and are prepared for community and global responsibilities.            



Temporary E-Mail Outage for CCPS Employees Begins Dec. 15-18
District e-mail system migrates to Google; e-mail addresses for students and staff members will remain the same Dec. 12, 2017  ... Read More

 Jemma Carroll
Student Wins Second Place in State Spelling Bee
Jemma Carroll, second grade student at Indian Hills Elementary School, took home second place in the annual State Deaf and Hard Hearing... Read More

 Penny Holt
CCPS Welcomes New Food Services Director
Penny Holt, new Foods Services Director for CCPS, shares her passion for clean eating, delicious food and keeping the customers happy.... Read More

McKenna Fisher and Barbara Meriwether
Student Wins State-Wide Essay Contest
5th grade student McKenna Fisher of Pembroke Elementary School was recently named and recognized as the winner of a state-wide essay.... Read More

Ethan Noel
Local Student Athlete Selected for High School Boys All-America Team
Hopkinsville High School Senior Ethan Noel has been named one of the best soccer players in the nation this year by the United Soccer... Read More

 Kentucky Youth Asssembly
HHS Students Receive Honorable Mentions at Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA)
HHS Students Receive Honorable Mentions at Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA)   Fifty-three Hopkinsville High School students... Read More

 Carrie Caples, MLK Principal
Martin Luther King, Jr., Elementary School Principal Selected
November 21, 2017 Martin Luther King, Jr., Elementary School Principal Selected A unanimous decision of the MLK Site Based... Read More

We are #CCPS_PROUD; State of Schools Video Highlights Christian Co. Community and Public Schools
The #CCPS_PROUD video made its debut at the annual State of Schools Breakfast on October 31st. Watch the video to see what makes our... Read More


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