April 23, 2014

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Southern Elementary to hold Reading Night ~ March 11 Print E-mail

Come to Southern Elementary on Tuesday, March 11 for a fun-filled evening of reading games and activities. This year, the theme for Literacy Night will be “Camp Read-a-Lot.” Reading will begin at 6 p.m. immediately following the P.T.O. meeting. Stat Man from B105 will be making a special guest appearance.

There will be six different stations available for families to visit. Camp Read-a-Lot will offer everyone the chance to Read Beneath the Stars, enjoy Game Night, listen to a book and make a Puppet Pal, visit Lake Wanna Read, have fun Building Words, and follow the directions to make a S’more! Everyone will receive a punch card and have the opportunity to visit at least three stations. The school will also be encouraging each family to fill out a Reading Pledge to spend time reading together every day.


Online security can help protect you from thieves Print E-mail
Kentucky rising junior may win scholarship, photo shoot Print E-mail
Student aid programs can help pay college costs Print E-mail
Important senior dates for PCHS Class of 2014 Print E-mail

The senior Class of 2014 would like to give a special thanks to all the venders, patrons, parents, and everyone who came out to the Quarter Auction to support graduation festivities.

PCHS SBDM council to meet Print E-mail

The Pendleton County High School will hold their Site Base Decision Making Council meeting Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at 6:00 p.m., in the SBDM room off the library.


School District accepting nominations for Outstanding Employee of the Year Print E-mail

We can all think of someone while we were in school that made a difference to us. Most of us might remember a particular teacher or instructional assistant that helped us learn. To some it might have been the lunch lady that gave an extra scoop of mash potatoes, or that bus driver that waited the extra second as a student was running out the door late, or the custodian that helped us unlock a jammed locker. Maybe some remember a principal or district administrator that encouraged us on a test or at an event.  Regardless of who it was, the district wants to honor them for what they have done for the children and the schools.

Pendleton County Schools is asking for nominations from the schools and the community for the outstanding certified and classified employee of the year.  To be nominated, the employee should exhibit qualities that show they made a difference in the life of a student, or make a difference in the success of the school.  Nomination forms are available at the Board of Education office & on the district website www.pendleton.kyschools.us.   Nominations for these recognitions will be accepted in the office of the Pendleton County Board of Education until March 10, 2014.  A committee consisting of representatives from each of the buildings will select the recipients of these awards.

These awards will be presented at the annual Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce Banquet and Awards Ceremony on April 12.  The School District would like to thank the Chamber for allowing them the time during their program to recognize these outstanding employees.  If you have any questions please contact Billie Jo Chaplin at 859-654-6911.


North Family Resource/Youth Services Center supports P.B.I.S. at Phillip Sharp Middle School Print E-mail
Sharp FCCLA competes at regional star events Print E-mail
Sharp spelling bee winners Print E-mail

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