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Oct 20-26th is Ky Safe Schools Week

Every school has its own cast of characters weaving the fabric of its own Safety Story.  As in the film Toy Story 4, Woody, Buzz, and Bo along with a host of others, welcome a new friend, Forky, and help him find his purpose.  Our schools are composed of students/staff who are a host of likely characters with a variety of interests and talents.By taking the pledge we are embracing unity, kindness and empathy to enhance "Our Safety Story"  and creating  a feeling of community and friendship throughout  Kentucky's schools.

We would like for ALL parents/guardians to take the safety pledge!! 





If your student is having academic, attendance, or behavioral struggles at school, please fill out the form below to request services through PBIS


Parent/ Student Request Assistant Form




CCMS Club Information


Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA)


The Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA) is a 3-day experiential learning program in which students serve as part of a model state government. KYA offers students the opportunity to learn about a wide variety of issues, develop critical thinking skills, and articulate their beliefs while engaging constructively with their peers from around the Commonwealth.

Students will travel to Louisville in December to present their bills, run for office and problem solve with students around the state.  They also will travel to Frankfort to tour the capitol building and learn about Kentucky government. The expense of the trip runs approximately around $325. per student,, which covers bus transportations 2 nights of lodging and some meals.  Students who join CCMS KYA must attend weekly meetings, be willing to participate in events and preparation, and have acceptable school behavior in order to attend the 3 day KYA convention in December. Please contact Mr. Standiford with any questions at


Academic Team/Governor’s Cup


Governor’s Cup has become the state’s premier academic event, involving over 20,000 students, nearly 1200 schools, and thousands of coaches, administrators, parents and community leaders who see the rewards gained from encouraging academic performance through properly structured and professionally administered academic competition.


Governor’s Cup consists of eight events:



Students must attend practice before and/or after school.  Some written assessments take place on school nights and Quick Recall and other assessments take place on Saturdays at host schools in surrounding counties.  Parents are responsible for getting their child to the events.


Junior National BETA Club


Students will be invited to join BETA based on teacher nominations.  Meetings are held in the mornings before school and attendance is mandatory. Students will also be required to earn service points, maintain a high GPA and be active participants in the club.  The BETA convention will be held in Lexington from January 16 - January 18 and is always a memorable event. Please contact Mrs. Younger with any questions at


To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.


Achievement--Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement


Character-- Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful


Leadership--Developing the leaders of tomorrow


Service--Demonstrating our motto:  Let us Lead by Serving Others


Washington, DC


Last year, CCMS informed parents of 7th grade students (current 8th graders) about the opportunity to take a group trip to Washington, DC during Spring Break. The school needs at least 20 students, to receive the discounted rate and final payments are due in December 2018.  Right now, we do not have enough 8th grade students interested in the trip to get the discounted rate. Parents of current 7th grade students, you will receive information later in this school year so your child is given the opportunity to take the DC trip as an 8th grader. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Lynn at



Absences - When a student has been absent from school for any reason, he/she MUST bring a note signed by a parent to the front office on the day he/she returns.  The note should be dated and should state the reason for the absence.  In case of a medical appt.,  the student should request a written statement from the doctor/dentist and bring that statement to school.  Any portion of the day missed requires a note from home or doctor.  A note MUST be turned in to the office within 5 days from the absence.



Christian County Middle School

Bell Schedule


1st Period Advisory

8:15 - 8:30

15 Minutes

2nd Period

8:34 - 9:24

50 Minutes

3rd Period

9:28 - 10:18

50 Minutes

4th Period

10:22 - 11:12

50 Minutes

5th Period

11:16 - 12:36

Lunch 1 (11:17-11:42)

Lunch 2 (11:43 - 12:08)

Lunch 3 (12:09 - 12:34)

52 Minutes

25 Minutes

25 Minutes

25 Minutes

6th Period

12:40 - 1:30

50 Minutes

7th Period

1:34 - 2:25

51 Minutes

8th Period

2:29 - 3:20

51 Minutes


School Hours 8:15 a.m. - 3:20 p.m.

A student is tardy if he/she is not in 1st period by 8:15am.  Once students arrive on the CCMS campus, they are not to leave school grounds until dismissal.  If a student arrives before 8:00am, he/she is to remain in the front of the building on the sidewalk, however it should be noted that students will not be supervised and CCMS staff is not responsible of the school until 8:00am.

Students who ride the bus or are picked up by car will be dismissed by 3:20pm.  Parents are not allowed to load and unload students behind the school where busses load and unload.  Please use the Glass Avenue entrance in front of the school to pick-up/drop off all students at all times.  Every student should be picked up or be off campus by 3:50 pm. The only exceptions are students who are in extra-curricular programs.  These students should be picked up or off the campus within 15 minutes after the activity has concluded.




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