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Hard at Work Recess! Summer Scholars Program 2017 The first grade class of Ms. Hall does a presentation on Usain Bolt, Olympic sprinter, for Black History Month. Mrs. Montgomery's second grade class presents on Mr. Garrison, Superintendent of Covington Schools for Black History Month Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton visits Glenn O. Swing Elementary School Students at Glenn O. Swing perform for the holiday program. Glenn O. Swing's girls' basketball team wins the championship. Glenn O. Swing's boys' basketball team wins the championship. A student at Glenn O. Swing Elementary school poses with her new Covington police officer friend and Santa Claus.

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Welcome to Glenn O. Swing Elementary School. I hope you will find useful information about our programs, services and our school on this website. Our motto is Respectful, Responsible, and Ready to Learn. At Glenn O. Swing we have high expectations for students, teachers and parents. Our 29 certified teachers and support staff work together every day to meet the needs of our students. For ... Read More

School News

Partner's Executive Director Stacie Strotman and Dr. Janice Wilkerson, Founder, Covington Partners celebrates 18 incredible years of supporting Covington kids
At Covington Partners’ Founder’s Breakfast at the Metropolitan Club this week, a full house celebrated 18 years of student support services for students and families in Covington ...
Back to School School Starts Wednesday, August 23!
Covington Independent Public Schools will be back in session Wednesday, August 23. Elementary school students should report to school before 8 a.m., middle school students 7:45 a.m., and ...
Superintendent Garrison Welcome to the 2017-18 school year
It is with sincere enthusiasm and great pride that I welcome you to the 2017-18 school year. For parents and guardians whose children are entering our schools for the first time, a special ...
Student from John G. Carlisle at board Poverty meets a fierce enemy in Covington's public education system
All schools in Covington Independent are working concertedly to tackle poverty in education. It’s hard to argue that poverty does not adversely affect education. Would you agree ...
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Glenn O. Swing Elementary School  |  501 W. 19th St.  |  Covington, KY 41014
Phone:859.292.5821  |  Fax:859.655.6937