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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 athttps://kycde6.infinitecampus.org/campus/portal/crittenden.jsp. 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!

Irvan To Lead CCHS

Crittenden County High School’s next principal brings more than a decade of educational experience with her, most recently as the school’s assistant principal to retiring leader, Curtis Brown.


Amanda Irvan began her career as an aide at Marshall County’s Second Chance School before transitioning to Trigg County as an English teacher with heavy involvement in their innovation movements. In her first year as assistant principal at Crittenden County High School, Irvan’s desire to spearhead student-focused programs and initiatives proved her the unanimous choice by the school’s Site Based Decision Making (SBDM) committee.


“I’m truly blessed to be a part of the Crittenden County School System and am honored to be chosen as the next school leader at CCHS,” said Irvan. “My vision is for the high school ito be student-centered, with personalization and collaborative leadership guiding curriculum and culture.”


Irvan said her goals for the new school year include continuing to grow community partnerships with CCHS, allowing students to maximize opportunities for real world experiences and ensuring students are graduating with necessary skills and knowledge for success. “I strive for CCHS to be a school that students enjoy learning in and parents and community trust to deliver on the promises of excellence that our students deserve.”

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.

Early Graduation and Dual Credit Information



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