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First Day of School 2018 First Day of School 2018 First Day of School 2018 First Day of School 2018 First Day of School 2018 First Day of School 2018 First Day of School 2018 First Day of School 2018 First Day of School 2018 First Day of School 2018 First Day of School 2018 First Day of School 2018 Class of 2018 Class of 2018 Class of 2018 Class of 2018 Class of 2018 Governors Scholars Program Participants Ninth District Science Fair Ninth District Science Fair Ninth District Science Fair Ninth District Science Fair Holmes jumps out to an early lead. Students at Sixth District enjoy breakfast with Santa. Ms. McHugh helps a student zip her coat. Holmes High School Girls Basketball Team It's fun to learn to read. Holmes High School Boys Basketball Team Middle School Band Concert Sixth District wins 1st place in boys basketball tournament. Glenn O. Swing Wildcats finish in 2nd place in the girls basketball tournament. Latonia Elementary girls basketball team wins 1st place. Glenn O. Swing cheerleaders win 1st place in the cheerleading competition. Latonia Elementary cheerleaders win 2nd place in the cheerleading competition. Sixth District cheerleaders compete in the cheerleading competition. Tyrah Englemon takes it to the basket. Covington Schools Board of Education Latonia student gives Carlos Dunlap a high five. Students gather with Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap Student Enjoys Using a Tablet in Class Students play with a brain model donated by Amazon. The ribbon is cut to open the new Holmes stadium. Amazon Donates $10,000 of STEM Equipment to Holmes Middle School The Bulldog mascot poses with two young fans. Students pose with Mayor Joe Meyer and Amazon representatives after large donation from Amazon. Summer Scholars Program 2017 James E. Biggs students are ready for graduation It's a great day at Covington Independent Public Schools.

Take a Stand

Take a Stand

Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year, and 64% of youth who are bullied do not report the incidents. The percentage of individuals who have experienced cyberbullying has doubled over the past few years, and 74% of LGBTQ students admit being bullied because of their sexual orientation. More than half of bullying situations (57%) stop when a peer intervenes on behalf of the student being bullied, yet bystanders of bullying tend to succumb to what they believe is peer pressure to support bullying behavior and fear of becoming the victim.

On Wednesday, October 25, Bulldogs GIVE Back (BGB) students hosted a Day of Unity at Holmes High School and shared why everyone should be UNITED for KINDNESS, ACCEPTANCE, and INCLUSION. Students and staff took a stand against bullying with a school-wide BLUE OUT and PINKY PLEDGE. They wore blue to school, accepted the pinky pledge during lunch by painting their pinky nails blue, and shared why they take a STAND against bullying. Help BGB spread the word of UNITY. Don’t be a bystander—take a stand.





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