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 CHS Graduation – Free Live Stream

“CLASS OF 2022”
Covington High School will be live streaming the Saturday, May 28th, 2022 student graduation. The event will be free. Viewers will not need a subscription to NFHS (broadcasting network). Live streaming will begin at 5:50pm with the graduation ceremony beginning at 6:00pm.

To view the event, use this link: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/covington-high-school-covington-in/evt91e5f11466

 CCSC RESIDENTIAL TIF POSITION STATEMENT

COVINGTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS RESIDENTIAL TIF POSITION STATEMENT

COVINGTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION WAS PRESENTED WITH A RESIDENTIAL TIF PROPOSAL FROM THE CITY OF COVINGTON. PER INDIANA STATUTE, A SCHOOL CORPORATION MUST APPROVE A RESIDENTIAL TIF BEFORE IT CAN BE ENACTED. CCSC SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES VOTED AND REJECTED THE PROPOSAL. WHILE CCSC AND ITS BOARD FULLY SUPPORTS GROWTH IN THE COVINGTON COMMUNITY, IT CANNOT SUPPORT INITIATIVES THAT COME AT THE EXPENSE OF THE STUDENTS AND STAFF OF CCSC. LISTED ARE SOME OF THE STEPS AND CONSIDERATIONS THE CCSC BOARD CONSIDERED IN MAKING THEIR DECISION:

• THERE IS A COMMON MISCONCEPTION THE SCHOOLS ARE FUNDED SOLELY FROM THE STATE. WHILE SCHOOLS DO RECEIVE A PORTION OF THEIR FUNDING FROM THE STATE, IT ALSO RECEIVES A LARGE AMOUNT OF FUNDING FROM LOCAL PROPERTY TAXES, WHICH WOULD BE IMPACTED BY A RESIDENTIAL TIF.

• CCSC CONSULTED WITH MULTIPLE FINANCIAL AND ACADEMIC EXPERTS AS TO THE THEORETICAL IMPACTS OF A RESIDENTIAL TIF UPON THE SCHOOL CORPORATION. EVERYONE INDICATED IT WOULD RESULT IN A LOSS OR REDUCTION OF FUNDING TO THE SCHOOLS.

• CCSC ALSO CONSULTED WITH A NUMBER OF SCHOOL CORPORATIONS OF SIMILAR SIZE TO CCSC THAT HAVE EXPERIENCED THE EFFECTS OF A RESIDENTIAL TIF. ALL INDICATED THAT IT DID IN FACT RESULT IN A LOSS OF FUNDING.

• CCSC FULLY UNDERSTANDS THAT HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS POTENTIALLY INCREASE STUDENT ENROLLMENT AND ULTIMATELY INCREASED FUNDING WHICH CCSC FULLY SUPPORTS. HOWEVER, INCREASED STUDENT ENROLLMENT ALSO COMES WITH ADDED EXPENSES. IF A RESIDENTIAL TIF IS PASSED, THERE ARE A LIMITED NUMBER OF WAYS FOR SCHOOLS TO RECOUP LOST OR REDUCED FUNDING TO SIMPLY COMPLETE DAY TO DAY OPERATIONS.

AGAIN, CCSC AND THE BOARD FULLY ENDORSES COMMUNITY GROWTH AND INCREASED SCHOOL ENROLLMENT. IT, HOWEVER MUST ALWAYS CONSIDER AND MAKE DECISIONS THAT ARE IN THE BEST INTEREST OF PROVIDING THE BEST EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE FOR THE STUDENTS OF CCSC.

 NHS: Raising Funds for Ukrainian Children and Refugees – April 4 to April 14

Beginning on April 4 and ending on April 14, the National Honor Society of Covington High School will be partnering with other Wabash River Valley schools Attica, Seeger, Parke Heritage, Riverton Parke, North Vermillion, and South Vermillion to raise funds for humanitarian aid for Ukrainian children and refugees. All proceeds collected will be sent to UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund). Donations can be made online at https://unicefusa.donorsupport.co/-/NSVERALT or in person at Juli’s Java, House with the Lions Antiques, Agave Azul, and Overpass Pizza in Covington.

All Covington Community Schools will be hosting a change/money drive during the same time period. Students will donate in their elementary classroom, middle and high school students will donate in their first period classes. All elementary donors will receive a sweet treat for donating. High school and middle school classes are competing for bragging rights and donuts. Any contributions would be greatly appreciated. Please help us make a difference.

 CES Honor Roll – 3rd Nine Weeks

COVINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2021/2022
HONOR ROLL 3rd NINE WEEKS

Distinguished Honor Roll (All A’s)
2nd Grade – Abraham Al-Mansour, Liam Bostrom, Raegan Freeman, David Grissom, Aubrey Hoaks, Emerson Holley, Grant Hunt, Cruz Kempen, Elayna Kirts, Aysen Kovacs, Ian Krout, Quinn Martin, Lorelei Pearman, Addy Phelps, Addison, Schanlaub, Ella Tolley, Brady Vogel, Oliver White

3rd Grade – River Acord, Bentley Badger, True Blakeney, Delilah Burke, Kash High, Kade Hughes, Sadie LeLoup, Gracie Lewis, Trinity Lustig, Justus Nemecs, Mya Short, Lane Smith, Kendyll Stewart, Kaylee Wade

4th Grade – Riley Beck, Rhiannon Bishop, Bryanna Blankenship, Gabe Bostrom, Adley Cadman, Espe Carrion, Kara Clemence, Wyatt Coffing, Asher Dickerson, Ava Graham, Mackenzie Hauck, Layton Herzog, Brook Medlin, Reese Montgerard, Sierra Pigg, Reagan Stonecipher, Trexton Turner, Abigail Webster, Lyric White, Meredith Wright

5th Grade – Brooke Bealer, Emilee Rice, Zane Whittington


Honor Roll (A/B’s)
2nd Grade – Bostyn Collins, Jaxon Cook, Daphne Copas, Ethan Crippin, Jaylee Duncan, Milli Ferguson, Blayden Flynn, Claire Freeman, Ryanna Green, Alexys Greufe, Zennia Grubaugh, River Holt, Leah Martin, Saylor McCloud, Max Paddock, Maddie Plunkett, Lydia Powell, Constance Rice, Eliza Rottmann, Adylee Shoaf, Avery Simonton, Mason Treadway, Coraline Worley

3rd Grade – Archer Allison, Alane Caudill, Dana Harris, Eli Herron, Raylon Holycross, Hadley Kiger, Ethan Lothschuetz, Brady Poer, Aubrey Purple, Tristyn Rahm, Laela Richards, Braesyn Robinson, Jaxson Schingel, Marin Sowers, Lainey Swaby, Kailynn Tischer, Saige Whiteman

4th Grade – Brooke Carter, Olivia Cockrell, Brennan Doxtator, Owen Frost, Sabie Gerling, Serenity Hines, Max Juarez, Briley Lewis, Kayley Lewsader, Peyton Lindley, Darla Osborn, Nic Welsch, Emily Wheeling, Lilly Zeigler

5th Grade – Easton Alexander, Lilly Anderson, Easton Cadman, Ashlyn Coffing, Bentley Hall, Lauren Hardy, Alexia Lustig, Taylor Martin, Colton Pettit, Brody Salts, Jude Strawser, Bentley Swaney, Alyssa Vickery, Michael Wheeling

 CMS Honor Roll – 3rd Quarter

Covington Middle School Honor Roll – 3rd Quarter

6th Grade – Distinguished
Piper Ferguson
Fulton Goeppner
Davyn Green
Logan Hauck
Kyndall Murray
Michael Norton

6th Grade – Honor Roll
Lyla Badger
Sierra Bennett
Malah Bridwell
Taryn Cates
Salym Flynn
Norah Freeman
Syver Grubaugh
Luke Nemecz
Julian Pickett
Haley Rottmann
Sophia Scott-Musa
Remi Strawser
Grayson Vedder
Addison Wade
Marin Walters

7th Grade – Distinguished
Reagan Bealer
Beau Bishop
Audie Burchett
Gavin Guthrie
Alainee Hoaks
Allie Hunt
Claire Jacobs
Gabrielle Lewis
Connor Maertens
Dylan McLain
Emma Poll
Brooke Rottmann
Zachary Stump
Nathanael Webster
Chloe Whittington
Andrew Wright

7th Grade – Honor Roll
Aaron Asbury
Breanna Batley
Thomas Britt
Emma Cales
Lillian Cook
Naomi DeRosier
Whitney Fairchild
Creux Rieman
Ava Stein
Deven Wise

8th Grade – Distinguished
Jalyn Allen
Lydia Bennett
Asher Cadman
Cadence Clausen
Bayleigh Daniels
Andrea Estes
Lucas Hauck
Remi Holt
Luke Holycross
Clyde Keller

8th Grade – Honor Roll
Maya Clemence
Amber Drummond
Seth Ellmore
Julianna Girdler
Makiah Glidewell
Landon Herzog
Kynlynn Lowry
Nash Martin
Halen McBride
Sydney McCullough
Glennys McGurk
Kailey Pettit
Kynley Powell
Paxton Rudisel
Kendall Shumaker
Hope Smaltz
Keira Smith
Gwyndelyn Story
Ashlynn Vedder

 CHS Honor Roll – 3rd Quarter

COVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL – 3rd QUARTER

3rd QUARTER – DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL
9th Grade – Savannah Bishop, Kennedie Crowder, Bennett Christoff, Westin Coffing, Sydni Crain, Brookelyn DeZarn, Landon Hardy, Haley Holycross, Joel Holycross, Jaxon Keller, Summer Krepton, Gabbie McKinney, Ethan Nemecz, Haley Nichols, Leland Pickett, Bleron Saliji, Addison Streuer, Emma Wade, Liam Wilderman, Kelly Yang
10th Grade – Zoey Anderson, Lauren Bealer, Dani Berger, Immanuelle Bunch, Marlet Hernandez-Sanchez, Emma Holycross, Reis Lewsader, Levin Marcinko, Aiden Miller, Briel Richardson, Allie Scarlett, Nicket Shah, Carter Snyder, Shea Springer
11th Grade – Bailey Coffing, Erica Estes, Kavan Fye, Halle Grady, Ashlynn Livengood, Conlan Moore, Evan Norton, Kaleb Parkhurst, Ty Smaltz, Micah Stonecipher, Ethan Wise
12th Grade – Abigail Bealer, Tyleigh Cates, Mackenzie Cope, Anna Corra, Karsyn Engle, Jayma Girdler, Bernadette Goeppner, Haley Harmeson, Hailynn Herzog, Eliza Holycross, Emily Holycross, Vivian Jacobs, Sierra Krepton, Holly Linville, Briley Peyton, Kayleigh Ragsdale, Cora Reynolds, Calvin Springer, Emma Taylor, Amiyah Williams, Grace Wright

3rd QUARTER – HONOR ROLL
9th Grade – Makenna Boersma, Emma Britt, Peyton Brown, Zamarah Chambers, Kyla Culotti, Katie Drollinger, Keegun Freed, Mackenzie Gassaway, Josef Goeppner, Eli Holmes, Angel Krout, Elee Lawson, Cian Moore, Rorie Ragsdale, Urban Roarks, Carson Schaeffer, Curt Slider, Austin Stein, Alex Sutherlin, Karly VanOstrand, Alana Wells
10th Grade – Andrew Bechtold, Trinity Cope, Haley Corray, Harlee Daniels, Coye Ferguson, Adison Garland, Lilly Hacquet, Tyra Hammer, Hailey Hoaks, Kourtney Hooks, Michael Jones, Brian Karrfalt, Karma Kingery, Braden Morgan, Dylan Siddens, Greta Smith, Rosemary Stump, Kobe Townsend, Oliver Wilderman
11th Grade – Shayla Dunbar, Zachary Eaton, Jackson Frieze, Karver Fye, Jackson Kindell, Brooke Kirkpatrick, Quinton Lancaster, Isabella Lynch, Zachary McConnell, Lily Mullins, Caleb Nemecz, Avery Norton, Luke Stewart, Lauren Vale, Wyatt Woodrow, Layton Wooster
12th Grade – Emily Bonner, Andrew Boyd, Trece Claypool, Ethan Dixon, Neil Ellmore, Luke Hanson, Shiann Haymaker, Alex Hicks, Alan Karrfalt, Chloe Martin, Zoie Martin, Paige Messmore, Chloe Nowicki, Aimee Pickel, Nolan Potter, Peyt Shumaker, Jack Stewart, Ethan Streuer, Savion Waddell, Katie Woodrow

 Blood Drive, March 9th. CMS Gym.

Covington is hosting a Blood Drive on March 9, 2022 in the Middle School Gym from 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Please contact Miss Davis at school to register.

Masks are required.

 Boys Basketball Sectional Tickets Information

The boys sectional basketball game will be held at Attica. Covington will play Friday, March 4th at 7:30pm. There will be no pre-sale sectional tickets this year. All tickets will need to be purchased at the door. Tickets are $6.00 for a single session and $10.00 for tourney passes.

 Covington Girls Softball Signups – Ages 4-18

SOFTBALL SIGNUPS
Signups now through March 5, 2022
ALL GIRLS AGES 4 – 18 YEARS OLD

– Sign up online @ www.covingtonyouthsoftball.com
– March 5th you can sign up @Juli’s Java from 9a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

 Youth Basketball Recognition Night – Boys & Girls Grades 3-8

Covington Youth Basketball

Recognition Night

Boys & Girls

Grades 3-8

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