The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) announces the cancellation of the upcoming Spring 2020 assessment windows. Please note this guidance applies to all corporations... [Read More]
Coaches, Athletes, and Community Members,
released a couple of updates yesterday. One of their press releases identified
May 1, 2020 as our new spring sports... [Read More]
For individuals who would like to take part in our food service, but may have transportation issues, our team will deliver your meal to a designated location. If you are interested in taking... [Read More]
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS There are many questions concerning the COVID-19 virus and the announced impact to Covington Community School Corporation. The intent of the dedicated FAQ’s is to... [Read More]
March 13, 2020IHSAA Boys Basketball State Tournament PostponedDue to the number of schools closing after today for an extended period of time, it has become apparent the IHSAA boys basketball... [Read More]
To: Staff, Parents, Students, School – Community MembersFr: Kevin SmithSu: CCSC Operational Adjustments
There has been a whirlwind of activity occurring
around the state during the past 72... [Read More]
March 12, 2020
In consideration of the global COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the escalating uncertainty of the situation, and the increased individual and community-wide risk associated with... [Read More]
Indoor golf NETGAIN in the Annex will not be in session this week or next. Middle School golfers who plan on playing golf this spring will have their first official practice on Monday, Mar. 30th, at Rivercrest from 3:30-5:00 pm. Come ready to practice. Make sure you have your athletic physicals completed and on file in the office.
FOOD DRIVE — 3/9-3/18
The Tektons have organized a Food Drive — Now through next Wednesday
Collection bins will be located in every middle school language classroom .
The goal is for all grades need to bring in at least 125 boxed or canned items, but if you can bring in more that would be great!
Lastly, there will be a special surprise for the grade that reaches the most canned/ boxed foods
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8th Grade — The 8th grade field trip to Twin Lakes is April 6 & 7. The cost of the trip is $60.00 and is paid through your beef raffle ticket sales. If you sold all your assigned raffle tickets over the years, your trip is covered. There are several students who did not meet their sales goals. Please check with Mrs. Booe to see if any money is still owed toward your trip.
8th Grade: TO DO BEFORE
Turn in permission forms for Twin Lakes to Mr. Turner/Mr. Anderson
Check your balance for the Twin Lakes trip w/ Mrs. Booe
Any student who is 15 years old or will turn 15 soon is eligible for driver’s education. You can sign up at anytime at www.tenandtwodriving.com or by contacting Mr. Smaltz in the high school.
There will be a Hunter Safety Class on March 27th from 5-9pm and March 28th from 8am-3pm at the Fountain County 4H building. You can find more information and sign up for the event through the Fountain County 4H Shooting Sports Group on Facebook.
Please remember to check your lunch balance in Harmony. If you are in the minus NO extras or seconds. If your balance is over -$15.00, you will be given an alternate lunch, which includes a PB&J with a vegetable, fruit & milk.
All library books need to be returned or renewed as soon as possible.
If you are interested in playing in the Covington Youth Soccer League…pick up a packet in the middle school office.
Students: You are not allowed to stop at your lockers first thing in the morning unless you have permission from the office.