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With the CCPS Virtual Learning Academy option, our district will provide all educational curriculum, resources, technology needs, and teacher support for those students opting not to return to in-person classes.


As CCPS continues to prepare for the opening of our school year on Thursday, August 27 it is imperative we hear from parents whose children will not return to school for in-person instruction, but will instead participate in the CCPS Virtual Learning Academy at home.


Parents who wish to learn more information about the Virtual Academy or are thinking about enrolling their child, are asked to click on the Virtual Learning Academy survey link below


If you are unable to access the survey, call the school board office at 270-887-7000 between the hours of 8:00am and 4:00pm, July 6-10, 2020. Parents will leave their name and telephone number and will receive a follow-up call from the Department of Pupil Personnel the following week.


Thank you for your patience and please call the district office with any questions or concerns.





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HHS Student Agenda 2019-2020 

2019-2020 Curriculum Guide



Infinite Campus Log- in Instructions


Phone App Instructions

1.    Go to your App Store

2.    Search and Install:

Infinite Campus mobile Portal

3.    Enter the County and State

County = Christian

State = Kentucky

4.    Enter your username and password

5.    Click on grades to see your students current grade


Computer Instructions

1.    Go to

2.    Click Parent Tab

3.    Click Infinite Campus Log in

4.    Type in username and password

5.    Click grades

6.    Your students current grade is in the far left corner in yellow under 4th Quarter.





Attention Parents/Guardians:


Christian County Public Schools seeks to maintain a safe and orderly environment. Students transitioning from an alternative setting to a regular school enrollment are encouraged to focus on their academic performance.


Current policy states any student placement to an alternative setting will result in students not participating in school-wide functions. Based on policy 09.4341 Alternative Education, students assigned to alternative schools or programs for behavior-based infractions shall not be eligible to access extracurricular activities including, but not limited to sports activities, as allowed under applicable Board Policy, Code of Conduct, SBDM Policy, KHSAA rules or other alternative program standards adopted by the district.


Possible examples of school wide functions are listed below:


·         Baccalaureate Ceremony

·         Commencement Ceremony

·         Prom

·         Project Graduation

·         End of Year Field Trips

·         Class Events outside of Regular Instruction

15 or more Unexcused Absences Attendance Reminders


1.      Students who have (15) or more unexcused days and/or unexcused tardies will not be allowed to participate in baccalaureate commencement (graduation) exercises.

2.      Students who have (15) or more unexcused days and/or unexcused tardies will not be able to attend prom as a junior or senior or attend as a guest as a freshmen or sophomore.

3.      Students who have (15) or more unexcused days and/or unexcused tardies will not be able to attend project graduation as a graduate or as the guest of a graduate.







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