Open vision bar
Lexia Wall of Accomplishment
Lexia Wall Gym of Achievement
Ms. Duvall Retirement
Shop with a Cop all participants
Grinch & Staff
Mrs. Dee Dee and student
Ms. Steenken Christmas gifts
Holiday staff giveaway
FRC & CLC Holiday picture
Sleighbells & Sirens
Mr. Garrison presenting Mr. Maurice with Class Act award
Mr. Garrison
SKOOL AID puppets
Girl Scouts
5th grade readifest
Passport to Covington  family night winners
Galerie Halloween
Galerie Halloween
5th grade payday
5th grade job rewards
4th grade cafeteria Halloween winner
Kenton County Public Library
Skool Aid
Skool Aid
Skool AId
Skool Aid Reynolds
Skool Aid
SKool AId Team Building
4th grade spelling bee champ!
4th grade awards
4th grade
5th grade parade
5th grade graduation
5th grade graduation gifts
5th grade graduation parade
5th grade graduation parade
5th grade food trucks
food truck
building a food truck
1st grade March2
1st grade March
kindergarten reads like a boss 3
kindergarten reads like a boss 2
Kindergarten reads like a boss
playground fun
Fun on the swings
Galerie gifts for students
Library small world
Library Bee
FRC books
book case
first grade
1st grade
Mrs. Bricking assisting a student
Mrs. Bricking assisting a student
Back to School
Back to School
Laptop bundle from World Affairs Council
Laptop winners
Principal Brian Walz, Director Of Technology Jamracus White & representatives from World Affairs Council at Laptop distribution day.
Donated Laptops from World Affairs Council
student receives laptop to own
District Technology Director Jamarcus White receives laptops from World Affairs Council
brother and sister
Mr. Dixon sanitizing the bathroom
Ms. Turners class
Mrs. Webbs & Mrs. Propst class
Mr. Winebrenner & Ms. Millson's class
Schoolwork pick up and drop off
Beep Beep! Mrs. Brooks class is ready to learn!
Beep Beep! Mrs. Brooks class is ready to learn!
Kindergarten practicing social distancing
A queen needs to dress properly
A queen needs to dress properly
The Recess Queen
Holiday Buddies
Little Heart Cart
Little Heart Cart
Miss Brown
art is
new students to Sixth District

In-person instruction resumes Monday, November 16

In-person Instruction Resumes November 16

Covington Independent Public Schools will return to in-person instruction on Monday, November 16, 2020, for families who opted for the hybrid model. Families that selected the Covington Virtual Academy will continue with remote learning.

Students in the A/B learning model will continue with their previous schedule – students in Group A will attend school in person on Mondays and Tuesdays. Students in Group B will attend school in person on Thursdays and Fridays. On days students are not in school, they will work remotely. Families will soon receive an inquiry from the district asking them to select their educational preference for the remainder of the school year.

Covington remains committed to the safety and well-being of every student, employee and members of their families. Since the start of the 2020-2021 school year, we have offered instruction in both the traditional and virtual settings, while continuing to follow the safety protocols outlined by district, state and national health officials.

In making this decision, we looked at the number of COVID-19-related cases in our schools and the educational needs of our students. We know that in-person learning is the best way to educate and meet the social, emotional and mental health needs of our students. We want our students in our schools. We also know that schools are safe places. We will continue to monitor and inform the community of COVID-19 data on the district dashboard, which can be found on our website at

Please note, we are making the most informed decision with the information we have at hand. We know that COVID-19 is unpredictable, which causes constant changes. Please, help us keep cases low and our students in school by following the guidelines offered by the Northern Kentucky Health Department: 

  • Keep family and social gatherings outdoors 
  • Stay 6 feet from others 
  • Wear a mask 
  • Wash your hands 
  • Stay home when sick 

As I close, I want to express my appreciation to our teachers and staff for their commitment to our students. We will continue to strive to provide the best possible education for students in Covington schools. If you should have any questions, please contact your child’s school principal.

Be Safe,

Alvin L. Garrison,

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