At the Crittenden County Board of Education meeting on 4/21/16, the board voted to make 5/17/16 a student attendance day.  This changed the last day of school to 5/26/16; therefore causing changes to our award ceremonies.  The corrected dates are listed below:



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Online Registration Now Open

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Parents/guardians of existing Crittenden County students are invited to go ahead and complete their 2018-19 applications through the Campus Portal at If you need assistance with your login, please call your child's school or the Board Office at 270.965.3525. 

Parents of students who didn't attend school in Crittenden County last year need to call your school to set up a registration appointment. School phone numbers are listed below. 

CCES: 270.965.2243
CCMS: 270.965.5221
CCHS: 270.965.2248


Please note that the link to Online Registration is at the bottom of the left-hand menu bar. Also, if you receive an error message after submitting your registration, please disregard. The registrations are being received. 

All registrations should be completed before our Back-to-School Nights on Monday, August 13. School starts on Wednesday, August 15. See you soon!

Email Services Unavailable on Friday, March 9

On Friday, March 9, Crittenden County Schools will be migrating its email from Microsoft Office to Google G-suites. This migration will cause email to be down all day. Any bus or transportation notes for students must be called in to each school. Thank you for your patience as we improve our email capabilities.

CCMS/CCHS Perform Random Security Checks

In order to provide another level of safety for our students and staff, all Crittenden County Middle and High School students went through bag checks and wanding stations this morning upon entry into the building. Male students were searched by male staff, and female students were searched by female staff.


Superintendent Vince Clark said these random security checks are a preventative measure that the district feels will add another layer of security to our students and staff. The Crittenden County School District is committed to their well-being and safety and takes those initiatives seriously. School leaders will critique this morning's event as they plan additional upcoming random screenings in the future.

One-Hour Delay on Monday, Feb. 26

Due to flooding, Crittenden County schools will operate on a one-hour delay on Monday, Feb. 26. 

CCMS threat under full investigation by KSP

Crittenden County Middle School's principal received a report of an alleged threat yesterday. During his investigation, he felt there was enough information to call law enforcement authorities. Kentucky State Police joined with local authorities and completed questioning. In a release provided by the Kentucky State Police today, it was reported that a threat was made by one student on another. Charges were filed, and the student making the threat is suspended until the full investigation is complete. Crittenden County schools make student safety and security its top priority, and we are vigilant to investigate any reported concerns. 

No School Wednesday, Feb. 7-Rocket Way Snow Day 4

There is no school today, Wednesday, Feb. 7. It is an NTI day. Students should complete work for Rocket Way Snow Day 4 and bring it upon return to school. 

No School Friday, Feb. 2

Due to hazardous secondary roads, there is no school in Crittenden County on Friday, Feb. 2. 

All After-School Activities Canceled

All after-school activities have been canceled today, Thursday, Feb. 1, due to weather. 

Rockets Send Support To Marshall County Friends

The Crittenden County School District sends our thoughts and prayers to our friends in Marshall County today. We mourn with the students, parents, staff, and community in the aftermath of the tragedy at Marshall County High School.


We want to assure everyone here at home that safety and security remain our top priority for students and staff every day. Crittenden County Schools will continue to practice heightened awareness and remain vigilant to keep each of our campuses safe. 

No School on Friday, Jan. 19

There will be no school in Crittenden County on Friday, Jan. 19. This will not be an NTI (Rocket Way Snow Day) event, and it will be made up later in the school calendar. All work for Rocket Way Snow Days 1, 2, and 3, is due no later than Tuesday, Jan. 23.

Rocket Way Snow Day 3

There will be no school on Thursday, Jan. 18. It will be Rocket Way Snow Day #3. Please complete work for day 3 and bring back upon return to school.

Rocket Way Snow Day 2

No school on Wednesday, Jan. 17. It will be Rocket Way Snow Day 2. Please complete work for day 2 in your packets or online. 

No School on Tuesday, Jan. 16

There will be no school in Crittenden County on Tuesday, Jan. 16. This will be a makeup day and NOT a Rocket Way Snow Day (NTI). 

Rocket Way Snow Day 1

Today is Rocket Way Snow Day 1. Please make sure to complete Day 1 packets and return them to school on Tuesday. Stay safe!

Crittenden County residents, the CCMS Young Leaders in Action need your help! As members of the YLIA program, sponsored by Murray State University, their task is to tackle a community issue and work to create or change public policy in response to it. Our students have selected the failed second nickel tax as their platform. Right now, the state's second nickel program is the only option for school districts to secure funds new facilities. Our student group believes that only one option is not an option! They are proposing that state law makers provide other avenues to generate revenue without having to add an extra tax. They want your feedback on the issue! Please take a few moments to complete the attached survey to help them with their project, and be sure to share the link. Thanks for helping grow our future leaders! #CCMStogether


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17-18 Student Council

Congratulations to this year's newly elected Student Council members. 
Student Representatives: 6th grade -  Gabe Keller, Bennett McDaniel, Avery Belt, John Fesler, Sofie Watson, and  Keira Chaney; 7th grade - Olyvia Lanham; 8th grade - Ryleigh Tabor, Raina West, Kaylee Conger.

Officers: Dylan Yates- President, Samantha Tinsley - Vice President, Aliyah Frutiger - Secretary, Katie Perryman - Treasurer, Cutter Singleton - Reporter. 

Our CCMS Lighthouse Team members rocked Marion with kindness on Friday, September 22. Students hid painted rocks throughout downtown Marion. 

Exciting News

The Crittenden County Board of Education approved the initiative to put a Chromebook device in every middle and high school student's hand in Early 2017. 


Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)


We have exciting news for students and families of Crittenden County Middle School. Our district was approved for the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the 2016-2017 school year.This means that EVERY STUDENT will receive FREE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH EVERYDAY this school year! We are proud to offer this program to the families of Crittenden County and hope that most of the students will eat breakfast and lunch with us every day!


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Neal Bryant-Teacher

Jeanette Campbell-Teacher

Ben Thompson-Teacher

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