April 23, 2014

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Southern Elementary cafeteria gets a new look Print E-mail

The students of Southern Elementary were very excited to see that Southern's cafeteria received a makeover during Spring Break. Mr. Dustin Yelton painted a Cardinal Cafe mural on the wall over the doors of the serving lines. A special thanks to Mr. Yelton and the PTO for financing this project.


Sharp FCCLA attends state meeting Print E-mail

The PSMS FCCLA attended the 68th annual State STAR Events meeting in Louisville, Ky. Twenty-two sudents (grades sixth through eighth) and four adults attended the three-day conference held at the Galt House. The theme was "Adventures in Leaderland."

Southern STLP attends meeting in Lexington Print E-mail

Southern Elementary STLP traveled to Lexington on March 28. The meeting was held in Rupp Arena.

FCCLA seventh graders attend Louisville meeting Print E-mail

PSMS FCCLA attended the 68th state meeting at the Galt House in Louisville, Ky. These seventh grade girls are chilling on the couch wearing sunglasses with a mustache. Pictured from left: Kathryn Justus, Kitrina Justus, Alyssa Bayless, Briegh Soto, Cassidy Adkins. By Alyssa Bayless.


Students should set up and follow a budget Print E-mail

One financial goal for students is to have money at the end of every month. These tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) may help you set up a budget to track the money you make versus the money you spend.

Knowing how and when you get your money and where you spend it is the foundation of financial planning. You create a budget by estimating how much money you’ll make each month and how much you’ll spend. It’s a great way to avoid running out of money when you need it most.

Compare award letters to find best college deals Print E-mail

By now, most high school seniors should have completed the college application process and will begin receiving financial aid award letters. Seniors and their parents should compare those letters to find the one that offers the best financial aid package, the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) advises.

Going to the Public Library Print E-mail

By: Morgan Godman - Fourth Grade Student at Southern

Today Miss Antrobus’ class went to the new Pendleton County Public Library. When they got there the first thing they did was go to the conference room where they got to listen to the story called, “Librarian Lil.”

Fifth grade Elementary students participate in "Spirit Days" at NKU Print E-mail

Southern Elementary fifth grade students “Throw Up Their Norse” at NKU Spirit Day on March 27.

Article by Melanie Hartzel, NKU Community Connections Coordinator

Fifth grade students from Northern and Southern Elementary Schools participated in the eighth annual Northern Kentucky University Spirit Days on March 27 and 28. Sponsored by NKU Community Connections, Spirit Day offers a taste of college to elementary students.

Sharp Middle School student win at NACKES Regional Science fair Print E-mail

Congratulations to Sharp Middle School students on their recent participation at the NACKES regional science fair event at Northern Kentucky University. Sharp sent eleven students to participate in this competitive event and three were awarded honors.

Fifth grade Southern Elementary students excel at mock stock market Print E-mail

Pictured from the left are stock market simulation top money earners Dakota Hurston, Aaron Thomas, Madison Wanstrath, Allie Moore and Arlena Beck.

Fifth grade GATES students at Southern Elementary participated in a six week stock market simulation as part of an economics unit during their weekly GATES sessions with Mrs. Lustenberg. Students were introduced to the stock market and the process for trading shares of stock. Each student was given a $50,000 mock bank account to purchase shares of stock and an accounting sheet to keep track of their finances.


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