Differentiated Instruction Training at NKCES

Growing Students by meeting them where they are by increasing knowledge of high yield instructional practices, increasing the knowledge and use of checklist as a strategy, developing a playbook of high yield instructional practice and to be more purposeful in differentiating planning, assessment and instruction. .  

In Bellevue, City & Students Work Together on Vision for Future

Click here for River City New Article found on KSBA website.

NKCES “Teacher Feature” for January is Stefanie Stubblefield from Howell Elementary

Got ICNs?         Howell Elementary, 4th grade teacher Stefanie Stubblefield does! Students in Mrs. Stubblefield’s 4th grade classroom use Interactive Content Notebooks to record and learn new information. The ICN Enables the student to process ideas and make connections. The notebook becomes a culmination of student work throughout the year and serves […]

NKAGE and NKCES Partnership is off to a great start

We had a 100% attendance at our meeting today, purposeful conversations and a plan to move forward. The group is grateful for your support and I believe this work will have a positive impact for our students.

NKCES hosts a Santa Workshop for Regional School Program Students

Staff members of Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services (NKCES) hosted a Santa’s Workshop where the 35 students of the Regional Schools Program could select gifts to give to their loved ones.       The educators who staff the school joined with the staff of the regional educational cooperative to donate funds and buy […]

NEWS RELEASE – Commissioner Names Program Review Task Force

Today, Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt named a task force to study Program Reviews and consider solutions to address challenges related to the Program Review process. ​ Those among the named to the Commissioner’s program are NKCES Executive Director, Amy Razor and Jay Brewer, Superintendent of Dayton Independent Schools. See news release​ for more information.

NKCES Teachers for Visually Impaired take show on the road

NKCES VI team took four students with visual impairments to the Kentucky School for the Blind on Friday, November 20th for a Braille and Low Vision Carnival.  It was a GREAT experience!                         

Congratulations to Williamstown Jr. High School

Williamstown Jr. High School was in the spotlight for their implementation of the Conceptual Building Blocks (CBB) Middle School Training Module. Two of their teachers, Ms. Terri Barton and Mr. Michael Pearcy were interviewed for the upcoming CBB commercial showcasing the impact this training has on teachers and students. Mr. Pearcy’s 6th grade class also […]

Learning collaboratively at its best – Check out the CBB Math Module Training

CBB- Ratio and Proportionality module training was held on November 10-11th at NKCES. Quotes from the teachers attending the training… ”Being able to see and try to understand how other teachers think/teach certain areas of mathematics was cool.” “Learning collaboratively at its best!” “Listening to other people’s thought process while working a problem helped me […]