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Governor Beshear presents check to Holmes High School as part of his Better Schools Program
Governor Beshear presents check to Holmes High School as part of his Better Schools Program
ROTC Program Celebrates Marines Corps' Birthday
ROTC Program Celebrates Marines Corps' Birthday
Who-Dey and the Bengals visit John G. Carlisle
Who-Dey and the Bengals visit John G. Carlisle
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Baseball Jamboree 2022
Baseball Jamboree 2022
Mayor's Reading Challenge Winners
Mayor's Reading Challenge Winners
Gary Huhn Honored for Years of Service
Gary Huhn Honored for Years of Service
New playground for Ninth District
New playground for Ninth District
Camp Covington 2021
Camp Covington 2021
Camp Covington 2021
Camp Covington 2021
Camp Covington 2021
Camp Covington 2021
Camp Covington 2021
Camp Covington 2021
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Learning is Fun
Learning is Fun
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Students Recognized for Anti-Drug Actions

Students Recognized for Anti-Drug Actions

On Tuesday, November 1, several Holmes High School and Middle School students were recognized by the Kenton County Alliance as youth who have been good role models in the prevention of substance misuse.

Throughout the year programs and campaigns are held to encourage students to be substance free. These students were chosen to represent Holmes for their anti-drug actions. These students serve as positive role models in the school and community.





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