News from New Haven

Posts from the Principal / November 2021


As we move into November we will be talking a lot about what we are thankful for. I was in a kindergarten class the other day in which they were writing about what they are most thankful for, and their answers were the sweetest. Mrs. Mason is working with our 5th graders on gratitude; what it is and how to share it. We will be hosting a Gratitude Night in which our school hallways will be transformed into a gallery where our 5th graders display their gratitude's. (Dec. 1st from 6:00 to 7:00 pm- Open House event)

I do want to take this moment and thank all of our families for their support of our students, staff, and school programs. It's an honor to share with district and community leaders the achievements that our students make. We are blessed to have such an amazing group of families at New Haven.

I am also thankful for the events and moments we had with our kids through the month of October. I am so very thankful that we get to spend each day together! We have the very best and creative kids in Boone County!

Mission and Vision of New Haven... Our WHY, WHAT, and HOW.

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Data Sharing

21-22 Parent Survey Results

We appreciate those that took the time to give us feedback through our parent survey. I wanted to make sure to share those results with you as well. The link below will take you to the results.
The only part of the survey not shared were student/ family information.

Parent Survey Results

20-21 State Kprep Scores Summary

I have attached a link to the presentation shared with our SBDM council summarizing our schools state Kprep scores for last school year. Although this was an abbreviated test and unable to be compared to any other test, our students did well compared to both the district and schools across the state.

This year we are still unsure what the state assessment will look like for our students. This will be a new baseline year with us because of the reduction of our student population. Our state set goals for reading and math; however, will not be recalculated. Testing occurs in grades 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

20-21 State Kprep Summary Presentation

Picture RETAKE day

Schoolhouse photos will be back at NH on November 10th (WED) to retake pictures for those who need them and for those that missed our original picture day! :)


October Newsletter & updates is linked below for your to review.

FRC Website for information and assistance: Click here

Holiday assistance information has been sent to families. Parent / Teacher conferences are this week, which are a requirement.

If you have any questions you can reach her at

Information from our District Office of Student Services:

Dear Boone County Students, Parents, Staff, and Community:

We are pleased to inform you that Wild Health, Inc. will offer Pfizer vaccinations to the Boone County School System and community from November 8, 2021, to November 12, 2021, from 3:00pm to 7:00pm.

The vaccine is now approved for individuals five years of age and older. They will be vaccinating students and community members 5-11 years of age as well as all individuals 12 and older. Individuals who need their first vaccination, second vaccination, or booster vaccination are all invited to attend our vaccination events at the following sites. If you will be receiving your second vaccine or booster vaccine, please bring your original COVID Vaccine Card with you to the appointment. There is no cost for the vaccine.

If you cannot attend the event at the locations and designated dates and times listed below, please visit our website and make an appointment at our Florence Mall site, which is located at 2028 Florence Mall, Florence, KY 41042. You may receive your COVID vaccination and/or a Rapid COVID test at that site.

Please sign-up for an appointment to get your vaccine at the following link:

Monday (November 8, 2021): Cooper High School from 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Schools Invited to Event:

Cooper High School

Ballyshannon Middle School

Longbranch Elementary School

Camp Ernst Middle School

Burlington Elementary School

Erpenbeck Elementary School

Tuesday (November 9, 2021): Ryle High School from 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Schools Invited to Event:

Ryle High School

Gray Middle School

New Haven Elementary School

Mann Elementary School

Steeplechase Elementary School

Kelly Elementary School

Wednesday (November 10, 2021): Conner High School from 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Schools Invited to Event:

Conner High School

Conner Middle School

Goodridge Elementary School

Thornwilde Elementary School

Stephens Elementary School

North Point Elementary School

Thursday (November 11, 2021): Boone County High School from 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Schools Invited to Event:

Boone County High School

Ockerman Middle School

Ockerman Elementary School

Yealey Elementary School

Florence Elementary School

Friday (November 12, 2021): Jones Middle School from 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Schools Invited to Event:

Jones Middle School

Collins Elementary School

District Office

Learning Support Services

Maintenance Services

Transportation Services

They will be back to these specific school vaccination sites following the same schedule the week of November 29, 2021, to December 3, 2021, to provide the second vaccination or a booster vaccination for those that need it.

We are making progress in reducing the number of COVID cases in our schools and community, please continue to follow our protocols to protect yourselves, your families, students and your co-workers.


Odyssey of the Mind is moving along for all K-5th grade students! They are having a Spirit sock fundraiser to help all of our NH teams! Flyers have been sent home with all students.

Girls Basketball is wrapping up in the next 2 weeks! It's been a great season for the girls. Thank you to all of our coaches who have donated their time and talents! The girls have had a blast.



I am trying to work out a practice with our transportation department that they send out an ALL call to families in the morning when a bus will be late or have a double run. We are often not getting a message from transportation until after 8:00 am when there is an issue, and honestly many of you have already let us know there is a situation with busing. We often can send out an ALL CALL to families for the afternoon runs when they let us know ahead of time, but it's the morning runs that seem to be causing the most stress for everyone. I do apologize for all of this, as this year, has been a hardship for everyone with the lack of drivers. I am grateful that the district does continue to problem solve so that we can continue to provide busing for all areas, however; we still have many issues to solve. It seems as the hiccup in communication is because the dispatchers are driving buses as well. Regardless, we will work on this so that you are aware of what to expect.



Our PTO has been busy!

YEARBOOK: Buy your YEARBOOK now and get the early bird pricing. Prices increase after January 1st.
Buy Yearbook online HERE ** You can also download the paper copy form HERE.

Read-a-thon: We had such a great response with our Read-a-thon. We had about 450 of our 650 students participate. Here are some of our highlights:

* Our kids read just over 43,500 minutes during the week.

* Ms. Wilson's class had the most minutes read out of the school with about 2500 minutes.

* Mrs. Danner's class raised the most pledges.

* Haleigh Shields read the most minutes for the week (810 minutes!!!)

* Reese Thornton, Jaci Tracy, and Logan Lowe were our top fundraisers.
* Sebastian Daniels was selected to pie Mrs. Goble, but opted not to do it! <3 Colin McCoy was then selected and represented well!
* Our students pledged about $15,000 for our school! Wow!!! Thank you NEW HAVEN community.

Spirit Wear Black Friday Sale... click the pic to take you to the website

Keep'n up with the Calendar! (dates will be added/ revised each month as needed)


8th-12th- Book Fair
9th- Parent / Teacher conferences 4:00 - 7:00 pm
10th- Picture Retake day!
11th- Veterans Day! /// Parent / Teacher conferences 4:00 - 7:00 pm
18th- SBDM @ 4:30 pm
19th- Popcorn Friday
24th- 26th- No School / Thanksgiving Break
29th- Dec. 3rd : SEL survey

December 2021
1st- 5th grade GRATITUDE NIGHT 6:00 - 7:00 pm (Open House style)
3rd- "PNO" (parent's night out) 6:00 - 9:00- KIDS ONLY!!! (PTO sponsored event) Flyers to be sent home soon!

16th- SBDM @ 4:30
17th- 2nd Quarter ends!
20th- Jan. 3rd - WINTER BREAK

See you in 2022!!!!

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