The Learning is Cool "A" Honor Roll Campaign Continues
Cincinnati Public Schools is continuing its partnership with the Marvin Lewis Community Fund to implement the Learning is Cool campaign, which recognizes and rewards students who make the “A” Honor Roll quarterly prizes.
Students who make the “A” Honor Roll at least twice are invited to a special event with members of the Cincinnati Bengals following the end of the school year.
The program involves Cincinnati Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis, as well as players Robert Geathers, Leon Hall, Nate Livings, Domata Peko, Andre Smith, Andrew Whitworth, Bobbie Williams and Roy Williams.
During the school year, the players and Coach Lewis keep students engaged in the program by recording motivational messages that are sent to students’ homes via the district’s Robo-Call system. In addition, players may make appearances at select schools during the year.
All CPS students in grades 1-8 are eligible for the program. Students can make the “A” Honor Roll in two ways:
- Earn straight A’s in all subjects
- Earn a cumulative average of at least 3.51 based on all grades in all subjects
Cincinnati Public Schools’ criteria for “A” Honor Roll prohibits any grade of D, F, X or I during a quarter.
Learning REALLY is Cool — CPS Board of Education Presentation, November 7, 2016