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Preschool Screenings

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Relay for Life Quarter Auction Helpers!

Relay for Life would like to thank these amazing students for all of of their help at the November 2nd Quarter Auction!

Quarter auction


Bully Prevention Week!

Thank you Nate Jones for coming to speak during Bully Prevention Week!!!

Nate Jones


NOVEMBER CALENDAR

NOVEMBER CALENDAR

PLEASE CLICK LINK ABOVE TO OPEN THE CALENDAR.

 


Preschool Screenings

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This screening is for both Northern Elementary and Southern Elementary students. 


Fall Festival

Come join us for our annual Fall Festival on September 21, 2018. This years theme is a  Storybook Carnival. The festival starts at 5:30pm and ends at 8:30pm. Doors open at 5:15pm for all presale ticket holders. $3.00 admission fee.  Each grade will perform a Story Book land performance with singing, instruments and a shadow show. Stop and visit our different vendors, the carnival concessions, Dr. Suess whoville candy walk and the many different games and activities throughout the school!!! This is for sure a festival you dont want to miss!!!!!

 

Fall Festival


October Calendar

OCTOBER CALENDAR

Please click link above to open the calendar.


Fall Picture Day

Fall Picture Day 9/11/18!!!

 

Click link above to see picture day info and code.


2018 School Supply Lists s
Click the grade you need, and get an early start on your back to school shopping!

 

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2nd

3rd

4th

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Northern Elementary School Parent Input Parent Input

Please read the directions carefully before filling out the Input Form. Failure to fill out the form correctly and in its entirety could result in your form not being considered in the placement process. The request must be made on the form provided to be considered and filled out in its entirety. The form must be signed and dated by the custodial parent. The custodial parent must state educational reasons for making the request for assignment in the space provided on the form. Do not make teacher requests in this space only state educational reasons that you feel the committee should know. Lists of teachers are provided by grade level. From the list provided, the custodial parent must choose the designated number of teachers indicated at the top of the grade level columns. Failure to choose the required number of choices on the form shall result in the form being discarded. Do not rank order on the form. The teachers you list will be the ones first considered in your child’s placement. The custodial parent’s request shall not cause a homeroom to have an imbalance in student population, nor will it be the controlling factor in determining homeroom placement. 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades departmentalize which means every student will have each teacher in that grade level for different content areas.

**All assignments are final and are not subject to appeals.

Failure to follow the above steps on the form shall result in the form being invalidated.


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School Will Be Closed on Monday, April 2


The Pendleton County School District, in collaboration with the Pendleton County Education Association and the Pendleton County Board of Education, has decided to close schools on Monday, April 2, 2018.  Our response comes after yesterday’s press conference with the Kentucky Education Association request for statewide rally for public education and school funding. This will allow not just public school employees, but also the public and their families travel to Frankfort to advocate for Funding for Public Education.  


Although, closing school is the last thing anyone wants to do, one of the reasons for this decision to close school is because educators feel one of their main responsibilities is to advocate for the children of the Commonwealth.  We have attempted every other means of communication, action, and advocacy.  The budget proposed by our Governor results in a 1.9 million dollar loss to our school district.  We need to make sure the Legislature internalizes the importance of putting our kids and families first, as well as those across the Commonwealth.  We encourage all of our families and community to travel with us in solidarity.  We must educate our lawmakers on the need to find new streams of revenue to fully fund our vital Public Services, including Public Education.  


Preschool Screenings

Preschool screening


Pendleton Co Schools Partner with Sheriff's Office and Fiscal Court for Additonal SRO

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All Evening Activities after 6 pm Cancelled Tonight

All Evening Activities after 6 pm Cancelled Tonight, Feb 6  Also, there will be no 21st Century Program this afternoon.


No School on Monday, Feb 5

There will be no school on Feb 5.


School Closed Jan 17

Schools in Pendleton County will be closed Wednesday January 17, 2018. 


Magic Show Has Been Canceled

The Lions Club Magic Show that was supposed to be held at PHS tomorrow night has been canceled.


No School Feb 2

There will be no school on Friday, Feb 2


All games, practices, and school activities have been canceled

All games, practices, and school activities have been canceled for this evening.


2 Hr Delay on Jan 9

Schools in Pendleton County will be on a 2 hour delay for January 9, 2018.   No preschool AM or PM on days that there are delays.   


Great Article About One of Our Students Allen

From the Herald Leader....

http://www.kentucky.com/…/prep-basket…/article192515329.html


First Annual Community-Wide Movie Night Hotel Transylvania 2

Please save the date for November 3rd, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. for Northern Elementary's first ever community-wide movie night. Our show will be Hotel Transylvania 2 with FREE admission! Bring your own seat - towel, blanket or chair. There will be free crafts and coloring sheets for the kids. Snacks and drinks will be available to purchase for an extra cost. These proceeds will go towards Northern's technology fund. Movie will start promptly at 6:30. Can't wait to see you there!


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School Success

Today's tips for parents: EnglishSchool Success ideas for Parents: English  Today's Tips for Parents: Spanish School Success Ideas for Parents: Spanish


IMPORTANT CHANGE to Solar Eclipse Announcement

In preparation for Monday’s eclipse staff at the schools were reviewing the safety labels on the glasses purchased.  It was determined that while all glasses had the necessary labels, it was found that some had not been purchased from vendors that were listed on the NASA approved list.  After discussions with district and school administration, it was determined that we were not comfortable in being able to ensure the safety and well-being of all students throughout the day, particularly the afternoon dismissal and transportation time home. 

 

Therefore school will be canceled for Monday August 21, 2017.  This day will be added to the end of the year as a make-up day.  I apologize for the late notice but the safety of our students is of the utmost importance. 

 

R. Anthony Strong, Ed.D

Superintendent


Important Information--Solar Eclipse eclipse

On August 21, 2017 we will experience a total solar eclipse, an event that hasn’t occurred over the U.S. mainland since 1979.  A total solar eclipse, which is when the moon completely covers the sun, will occur across 14 states in the continental U.S. along a 70-mile-wide swath of the country.  While Pendleton County is not located in this area, we will still be able to view the partial solar eclipse. 

This event will be an extraordinary educational opportunity for our students.  Some of our schools will have special events and activities related to the eclipse, and more information will be sent home from the respective schools. 

While this event is extremely exciting for our students, we must also acknowledge the importance of proper eye safety.  The eclipse must be viewed only through proper eclipse glasses.  All schools will provide students with proper viewing glasses that have been approved.

Please click "Read More" below for more important details.


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Volunteer Information

 

Volunteering in Pendleton County Schools- OVERVIEW

Volunteers play an important role at Pendleton County Schools, whether a person assists a teacher with getting materials ready for class, attending a field trip, working one on one with students they are essential.

Click "Read More" below to see the requirements for becoming a volunteer in Pendleton County Schools.

 


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2017-18 Class Supply Lists Now Available Supply Lists

Get a head start on your supply lists for the upcoming school year! Hope everyone is having a fun, safe, and enjoyable summer! See you in August! 


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Summer Hours at the Schools and District Office

Starting Tuesday, May 30 thru July 28 summer hours in the schools and district office will be observed.  Office hours are 8:00-3:30 during this time. Schools will be closed June 25 - July 7, however, central office will be open during this time except for July 3 and 4.


READY FEST Monday Aug. 7 2017-2018 Ready Fest/back to school event
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Camp Kindergarten Monday, August 7th, 1:00-3:00 Camp Kindergarten

"Camp Kindergarten"...what is it and who is it for?  This is for ALL incoming Kindergarten students and their parents/guardians!   Its the place to be to experience meeting their teacher, meet ingclassmates, going through the lunch line for a snack, taking a small bus ride through East Side Park, (learning to safely load and unload), learning to travel through the building "on the red line"....and learning about the school while it's not crowded with the big kids going every which way! 


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Student Input Forms

Student Input forms are now available under Northern's "Building Forms" link, and also in the school office, (8:00am-3:00pm), through Thursday, May 25th, 2017.


St. Jude Math-a-Thon math-a-thon

This group raised over $2,000.00 for our St. Jude Math-a-thon this year!


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Vote for Site Base Parent Rep

Dear Northern Elementary School Parents and Guardians:

The Annual Site Base Elections for 2017-2018 school year is upon us. As parents, we all aspire for great things for our children. The council is a wonderful chance to learn about our school, work closely with teachers, and help make our school even more successful than it is now.

 


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Vote for Appeals Committee Members

It is time to elect our certified representatives for the Certified Evaluation Appeals Panel.  The two candidates receiving the largest vote totals will be named to the primary panel and the candidates receiving the third and fourth largest vote totals will serve on the panel whenever the primary panel members are unable to participate.  Those certified employees elected will serve a two year term.  Please choose two representatives to serve on the District Appeals Committee to represent Pendleton County.

Click HERE


Pendleton County Schools Will be Closed Due to Illness March 23 and 24

Due to illness of students and staff, Pendleton County Schools will be closed March 23 and 24. Spring Break starts March 27-March 31. Students return April 3rd.


Check out our Surplus! PCS Public Surplus

Check out our Surplus!!

You've heard the cliche', "One man's trash is another man's treasure?" Now's your chance to check out two of our surplus items!  Click here to see what we currently have posted! 


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No School on March 15

Schools in Pendleton County will be closed on Wednesday, March 15, 2017.


Holly's Harps Workshop Visits NES Holly's Harps

All 4th and 5th grade students participated in Holly’s Harp workshops. Students learned the basic steps of harp playing. K-3 attended an assembly by Holly’s Harps.


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PHS presents DEATH BY DESSERT Drama

Pendleton County High School Drama will be presenting DEATH BY DESSERT. Come join us for this delightful, comedic, entertaining mystery story, while enjoying a delectable meal of salad, Italian bread with dipping sauce, spaghetti, and cake prepared by the Family and Consumer Science classes.  Dates are March 15, 17, and 18, 2017. All shows start at 7:00 in the Farm Bureau Basement. Tickets are $10.00 for adults and $7.00 for children under 12 and can be purchased before productions from a cast member or Mrs. Jeans. Tickets are also sold at the door.


Please Vote

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CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO THAT SHARP MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS MADE

CLICK HERE TO VOTE ( voting does not begin until 3/6/17)


Suvey for new SMS Principal

Help us identify the qualities of the principal in our quest to hire the principal of Sharp Middle School.  Please click here.


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BOE to Hold Public Hearing

Pendleton County Schools will hold a Public Hearing Meeting on Wednesday, March 15, at 6 pm in the District Training Room at Sharp Middle School. The purpose of the Public Hearing is to propose a new District Facility Plan developed by the Pendleton County School’s Local Planning Committee.  The public is invited to attend.


Kindergarten Registration

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BOE to Hold Board Meeting

The Pendleton County Board of Ed will hold its May Meeting on Tuesday, May 30, at 6 pm.  The meeting will be located in the District Training Room at Sharp Middle School.  Click  here to view the agenda for the regular meeting.


Health & Wellness Public Hearing to be held on January 26

There will be a Health & Wellness Public Hearing held prior to the January Boad Meeting on January 26 at 6 pm at Sharp Middle School in the District Training Room. 


Local Planning Committee and Public Forum

The Pendleton County Local Planning Committee will conduct a Public Forum on Thursday, February 2, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. at the Pendleton County Board of Education District Training Room located at Sharp Middle School, 35 Wright Road, Butler, KY.  This meeting is an informal gathering to encourage local participation through community suggestions relative to future utilization of existing school facilities and construction of new school facilities.  These community suggestions or recommendations will be closely monitored by the Local Planning Committee in the development of a proposed District Facility Plan for Pendleton County Schools.  The Local Planning Committee will conduct a meeting at 6:15 p.m., immediately after the Public Form.


School Canceled on Friday, Jan 6

Schools in Pendleton County will be closed on Friday January 6th.


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Board of Ed Meeting Canceled for 1/5/17

Due to the inclement weather, the board of education meeting scheduled for tonight has been canceled.  Once a makeup date has been scheduled it will be announced and posted here.


All Events/Activities Canceled for 1/5/17

All events and activities for Pendleton County Schools have been canceled for today/tonight.  This includes the board meeting as well.


PC Schools Closed 1/5/17

Schools in Pendleton County will be closed January 5th.  Decisions about evening activities will be made  after noon today.


2016-17 Transportation Weather Plan weather plan

The district's "Weather Plan" may be put into effect when the majority of the county roads are open and a few of the more isolated roads are still deemed unsafe for bus travel. This Weather Plan will be announced via media, school messenger, & webpage.  A list of the affected roads may be accessed under "Weather Plan" on the Transportation page or Click here to access the updated Weather Plan.


IC Changes and Outage!! Infinite

Frankfort is moving Infinite Campus from a hosted server to the cloud. This is going to take place over break. IC will be down late December 23, 2016 through December 30, 2016. After December 30, 2016 the new parent portal address is https://kyede9.infinitecampus.org/campus/portal/pendleton.jsp


Preschool Screenings


NES First Annual Turkey Trot Fourth Grade Boys Top Ten

On Wednesday, November 16th the fourth and fifth grade boys and girls competed in a mile long run around the school. Winners were treated with gift cards for their family turkey for Thanksgiving donated by PTO. Congrats to our first place winners: Macie Peoples, Cameron Mandel, Cailyn Harper, and Alex Beyst.


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Dr. Strong Named Finalist for the 2017 Supt of the Year Award Anthony

Congratulations to Pendleton County School's Superintendent, Dr. Anthony Strong,  for being named as one of the top 4 finalists for the 2017 Supt of the Year Award by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators this past week.    


Vote for Northern Elementary's Red Ribbon Campaign

          

Please considering taking a moment each day until November 17th to vote for our picture at http://redribbon.org/vote/ and then search for Northern Elementary. If we win we could get $1,000 for our school and a new iPad. You can vote from every device, so vote on your computers, laptops, devices and smartphones. YOLO, so choose the road to be drug free!


Invitation for Bid for Copier Fleet

Pendleton County Schools will be posting an Invitation for Bid on a new Copier Fleet from November 1st- November 18th for up to 18 networked copiers in the district.


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Special Board Meeting Cancelled

The Special Board Meeting scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.


October is Anti-Bullying Awareness Month and Kentucky Safe Schools Week--October 16-22 Be the HERO: STOP the Bullying!

October is Bullying Prevention Month. Kentucky Center for School Safety proudly announces the theme for Kentucky Safe Schools Week (Oct 16-22).

 

This year's  theme is  “Be the HERO; STOP the Bullying!” which focuses on everyday heroes, their roles in our lives and how each one of us need to step up and "Be the HERO" when the opportunities arise both in school and in life. 

 

Check out the webpage... www.kycss.org/ssw.php  

Take the Online Pledge... www.kycss.org/heropledge.php

 


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Pendleton County Schools Maintains Proficient Ranking Proficient District

In a video statement to staff on October 1, 2015, Superintendent Strong said, “During the past four years we have been focusing on what is needed to move our students forward.  Today I am happy to share that your hard work and dedication has paid off.  We are a Proficient District.”  On September 29, 2016, Superintendent Strong congratulated the district for its designation as a Proficient District for the second consecutive year. 

 


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Parent Involvement Policy

 

 Parents are invited to a meeting in the upstairs training room at Sharp Middle School on Thursday, September 8th at 6:30 pm to review and provide feedback to the district’s current parent involvement policy. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Laura Pugh at 859-654-6911 or laura.pugh@pendleton.kyschools.us 



Parent Input Forms

Parent Input Forms are available in the office or on-line.  (See Building Forms)   These will only be accepted from 8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 1, through Friday June 3, 2016.  

* NO FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 3:30PM JUNE 3.

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Special Board Meeting--April 12, 2017

The Pendleton County Board of Education will hold a Special Board Meeting on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 5:00 pm in the Media Center at Pendleton County High School.    Click here for agenda.


NES Relay Recess Program

NES held its Relay Recess Program at Northern this week. The students were able to do special things to raise money for Relay For Life. The students raised $506.05 for cancer research. Way to go NES!


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KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION

PLEASE NOTE DATE AND TIME CHANGE FOR KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION.

Kindergarten Registration for the 2016-2017 school year will be on Tuesday, May 3rd 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Please bring your child for a brief screening.

The following documents are needed for registration:
* Proof of residency
* Court/custody paper (if applicable)...
* Social Security Card
* Birth Certificate
* Immunization record on KY form

The following documents are needed by the FIRST day of school:
* Physical on KY form
* Eye Exam
* Dental Exam


Tonight's Boys Basketball Game is Rescheduled for Saturday

Due to the weather conditions, both here and at Montgomery County, the Wildcat game originally scheduled for tonight at Montgomery County has been rescheduled for Saturday at 2:45 pm.


No school, Friday, Jan 22

There will be no school in Pendleton County on Friday, Jan 22.  Decisions about weekend activities will not be made until after noon on Friday.


School Office Closed for Holiday

Our school office will be closed December 23 - January 1 for Christmas Break!

We wish each of you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


TITLE I INFORMATIONAL MEETING

There will be a Title I Informational meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 17 during the parent/teacher conferences.  The meeting will be at 6:00 pm in the Media Center. 


PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES

Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Tuesday, November 17 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm.  The conferences will be one 10-minute slot per child.  To schedule an appointment with your child's teacher please call the office (472-7341) on the following dates and times.  (Appointments are mandatory for conferences).  

Call to schedule an appointment:

Thursday, Nov. 12th - Monday, Nov. 16th from 8:30 - 4:30; and also on Tuesday, Nov. 17th from 8:30 - 2:00 (no appointments will be scheduled after 2:00 pm on Nov. 17th) 

This is a qualifying event for Christmas assistance through the North Family Resource Center. 


ATTENTION PCS Certified Staff: Appeals Committee Survey

ATTENTION CERTIFIED EMPLOYEES:  An online survey opens today for all certified to vote for two (2) candidates to serve on the Appeals Committee Panel for our district.  This survey will be opened Friday (Oct 2).  Each certified employee will need a PIN number to complete the survey. 

 

Click here to take the Appeals Committee Survey.

 

Questions?  E-mail Laura.pugh@pendleton.kyschools.us. 


38th District Soccer Tourney Brackets

Click here to access the Boys & Girls District Soccer Tournament schedule.


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Pre-school Screenings - September 25

Pre-school Screenings will be held at Southern on September 25th for children from both Northern and Southern areas.  These will begin at 8:30 a.m.

Click "Read More" for more information. 


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SpecTECHular Professional Learning Academy 3

It's time to register for the third annual SpecTECHular Professional Learning Academy!

 

Registration is now closed.

To see the description of each session, please click here.


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Mark Your Calendars for Pre-School Screenings

If you have a three or four-year-old child by August 1 and would like to help your child prepare for success in kindergarten and beyond, we hope you will schedule a pre-school screening at one of these locations:

Northern Elementary on Thursday, July 23

Southern Elementary on Monday, July 27

Click here for additional information on Pre-school Screenings.


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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

The following are some important announcements that will be going out in a call command this evening Friday, May 22.

  • The Site Base Parent Elections will take place on Tuesday, May 26th from 7:30 to 8:00 am and again from 3:00 to 3:30 pm.   Please stop in during these times and see one of our PTO ladies to cast your vote. 
  • All Car Tags are due back to school by Friday, June 5th.  If you will be using yours on that last day of school, please hand them to the school staff member in the pickup line.  If you are a parent of a preschooler, please drop off your tags at school as soon as possible.    
  • The deadline to register your children for the summer learning program is Friday, May 29th.  Please turn in the form by this date.  If you need more information, you can call the school office at 472-7341.  CLICK HERE for the registration form.
  • Lastly, a reminder that there will be no school on Monday May 25th in observance of Memorial Day. 

 


NES Paints the Town PURPLE!

NES Bobcats "Paint the Town Purple" for Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society in the fight against cancer. 

PURPLE POWER!


PC Youth Leadership Class of 2015 To Host Community Forum

Community members, students, and staff are invited to attend the seventh annual Pendleton County Community Forum to be held on Friday, May 22, 2015 at the Falmouth School Center, 500 Chapel Street, Falmouth Kentucky 41040. A reception will start at 6:00 p.m. with Graeter’s ice cream, chocolate cake and coffee.  Discussion will start at 6:30 p.m.

This year, the forum is being hosted by the Pendleton County Youth Leadership Class of 2015 in collaboration with the Pendleton County Community Development Office.  Click "Read More" for complete story.

 


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5th GRADE CELEBRATION RESCHEDULED

Due to a scheduling conflict, the 5th Grade Celebration has been rescheduled for Wednesday, June 3rd at 6:30 pm.  Please mark your calendars.  We hope you can join us in celebrating the many achievements of our 5th grade students! 


Commissioner of Education Seeking Board Seat Applications

The Kentucky Commissioner of Education is seeking applications to be considered for appointment to the vacancy on the Pendleton County Board of Education. You are invited to nominate yourself or someone you know who is qualified to serve on the Pendleton County Board of Education representing Division #4. 

This vacancy is due to the passing of Mr. Mark Ross.  Our condolences to Mr. Ross' family.  His years of service to the Pendleton County Board of Education are a lasting testimonial to his personal commitment to the students of Pendleton County.

Click here to go to the Board of Education page for vacancy information and procedures.  This information, along with division boundaries, can be located by selecting the Board of Education tab.


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Community-Wide Relay for Life May 16, 2015

Mark your calendars!  Saturday, May 16th from 2:00 pm-Midnight at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds.  It's our community first-ever Relay for Life DAY event!   There will be jump houses, food, fun laps, line dancing, survivor recognition and more! 

So many people in our little community have been touched with cancer.  This is a great community-wide event!  For more information, contact Alex Carson at 859-394-3360.


Preschool Registration April 14 and 16

Northern Elementary--Tuesday, April 14th from 8:30 am - 6:00 pm

Southern Elementary--Thursday, April 16th from 8:30 am - 6:00 pm

Call 654-6911 (option 3) for more information.

 Click Here for more details.


Dr. Phillip Sharp to Visit Pendleton County


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10th Region Boys Tourney Rescheduled

Due to the recent bad weather, the 1st round 10th Region games were postponed.  PHS Wildcats will now play:

Saturday @ 2:30 pm:  Pendleton County vs Augusta

Click "Read More" for re-scheduled game dates/times for the entire boys' regional tourney.


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SCHOOLS CLOSED THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5

Pendleton County Schools will be closed on Thursday, February 5.


TWO-HOUR DELAY - MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2

Schools in Pendleton County will be on a 2-hour delay on February 2nd. Please continue to check local media in case conditions change.


ONE-HOUR DELAY - TUESDAY, JANUARY 27

Pendleton County Schools will be on a two-hour delay Tuesday, January 27. 


Harlem Wizards Game Postponed

With the weather forecast of potential refreezing, the PC All-Stars vs Harlem Wizards scheduled for Monday night, January 12, has been postponed until a spring date.


CATS VS. CANCER WHITE-OUT GAME - JANUARY 30

Relay For Life of Pendleton County will hold a Cats VS Cancer WHITE-OUT game as a community kick-off for the annual event on Friday, January 30, during the double-header games against Harrison County at Pendleton County High School. Your PCHS Ladycats and Wildcats, along with local Relay volunteers invite you to come out and show your support. The varsity Ladycats will tip-off at 6 p.m. with the Wildcats pegged to start at 7:30 p.m.  Click "Read More" for more details.


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SCHOOLS CLOSED - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7

After checking roads and weather conditions, Pendleton County Schools will now be closed on Wednesday, January 7. 


January 6 Boys & Girls Varsity Basketball Games Postponed

The January 6, 2015 Boys Varsity and Girls Varsity Basketball games at Robertson County have been postponed and rescheduled for Monday, February 2,  with Wildcats playing at 6:00 and Ladycats following at 7:30. 


District to Honor Retiring School Board Members Dr. Bill Verax and Mr. Daryl Mullins

The community is cordially invited to an Appreciation Reception for retiring board members, Dr. Bill Verax and Mr. Daryl Mullins on Thursday, December 18, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in the Sharp Middle School Library. The reception will be held prior to their last board meeting.

 

 


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SCHOOL IN SESSION THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, USING WEATHER PLAN

School will be in session and on regular time.  Transportation will operate on the Weather Plan.  The Weather Plan is detailed in the story below or on the Tranportation page of this website.


Veteran's Day Activities

NES was honored to have several veterans come and speak to our students on Nov. 11, 2014.

We want to say "Thank You!" to all veterans for their service and the sacrifices they have made for all of us.

 


Cross-Country Regional Tourney Schedule

Good Luck to our Cross-Country Members participating in regionals on Saturday!

Ladycat seniors, Alexis Tolbert and Kylie Figgins, as well as junior Xanthia Jensen will lead the Ladycats team on Saturday.  Joining them will be number 1 and 2 runners this season, Anna Baxter and Shelby Schaefer.  Amelia Franxman and Brooklyn McKinney will round out the 7-person competing team.

Wildcat seniors will load up the first six spots.  Montgomery Franxman and Walker Lea have each competed in the KHSAA State meet and have that experience to draw on.  Kenton Hornbeck, Josh Brown, Caleb Vanorio and Ian West will be lined up with them on the starting line.  The 7th position is being determined this week.   


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How Can YOU Prepare Your Child for Academic Success?

On November 18th, 6:30 pm in the Pendleton High School Auditorium - PCS EARLY CHILDHOOD FORUM!  Parents, educators, and community members are encouraged to attend this important forum.  YOU can make a difference for kids by attending.  For more information click here.

 


Calling All Parents, Educators, and Community Members

PCS Early Childhood Forum

“Learning begins at birth”

· How can YOU prepare your child for academic success?

· How can YOU impact your community?

Nov. 18th @ PCHS @ 6:30 PM

Guest Speakers: Rick Hulefeld, Executive Director, Children’s Inc.

Brigitte Blom Ramsey, Assoc. Executive Director, Prichard Committee

- FREE REFRESHMENTS BEGIN AT 6:15 - TURKEY GIVEAWAYS - DOOR PRIZES - COMMUNITY RESOURCES - CHILDCARE PROVIDED! -

 


Call Command from Sept. 30

In case you missed it, here's the call command message from September 30, 2014

We would like to invite you to come to the Bobcat Bash Fall Learning Showcase on Wednesday, Oct 1st from 5:30 – 7:00 pm.   This is a great time to see what your child has been learning and to learn some new strategies to help your child with reading or math at our intervention sessions.  Don’t miss your chance to win a door prize.

Also taking place at the Bobcat Bash is our PTO membership drive.  NES is looking for new PTO officers for the 2014-2015 school year.  Membership fees will be discounted to $2 instead of the regular price of $3.  By purchasing a PTO membership you can qualify for a $50 gas card.

Lastly, don’t forget that our Fall Break is coming up!!  There will be no school this Friday Oct. 3 thru Friday, Oct. 10.  We hope you have a safe and wonderful fall break.


"Let It Grow: The Story of the Lorax" Coming Soon!

Sharp Middle School students, under the direction of PCHS students, is presenting “Let It Grow:  The Story of the Lorax” Friday thru Sunday at the Falmouth School Center.  Hope your weekend allows you to enjoy this production.


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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Do you want to change a child's life and make a meaningful contribution to our school?  Become a volunteer Reading Coach!

The NES One to One Reading Program invites Pendleton County parents, grandparents, caregivers and community volunteers to help struggling young readers with the support they need to be successful in reading.

If you are interested in volunteering for the NES One to One Program click on the link below.

https://www.nkyec.org/one-to-one-reading/training-information


SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE SUPPLY LISTS FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR.


Important Dates to Remember!

Schools are busy preparing for the return of students for the 2016-17 school year.  Click "Read More" for important upcoming dates to remember.


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SpecTECHular PD Academy

SpecTECHular PD Academy

 

Please click here for a description of the sessions.

Please click here to upload resources.


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Next Pre-School Screening July 22

The next Pre-School Screening is Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at Southern Elementary.  How do I find out more about the pre-school program? What do I need to bring with me?  What is Qualifying Process?  Click "Read More" for answers to these questions.  For additional information, please call 859-654-6911.


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Watch for Student Supply Lists!!

The schools are busy preparing their buildings for the first day of school as well as teachers getting their rooms ready and preparing supply lists. Supply lists may be accessed from the individual school's webpage or the individual teacher's page.  Check back as often as you like, as lists are being posted daily.


Pendleton County Youth Fair July 19-27

Come to the Pendleton County Youth Fair July 19-27.  Click here to view the fair catalog for events and official rules.


New Student Registration - July 30

New Student Registration is scheduled for Wednesday, July 30, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Student Services office, 6762 Hwy 27 N., Butler, KY 41006.  If this date is not convenient, please call 859-654-4981 to set up another time for registration. 
 


Call Command RE: Super Summer Learning Program

The following is the call command that was placed on June 18, 2014 regarding the Super Summer Learning Program.

This is a reminder that the Super Summer Learning Program will take place on July 8, 15, 22, 29.  All children must be registered to attend, to register your child call Renee in the school office at 472-7341 by 3:00 pm on Friday, June 20th.  This is the last day to register.

This program is designed to help decrease the summer learning slide and is open to all incoming 1st graders through incoming 5th graders. 

Remember to bring your library card if you want to check out books on the Bookmobile. 

Students may be dropped off between 8:00 and 8:30 am and will need to be picked up by 12:30 pm.

 


Summer Learning in Pendleton County Schools

Our community offers summer academic learning and enrichment programs that provide hands-on, engaging programs preparing all children to be successful in school and community. Each of our schools are providing summer learning opportunities for our students.  Call your school to learn more about the specific programs coming to Pendleton County Schools this summer!

Check out why summer learning is important:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ahhj3wxxkdM


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NES SUPER SUMMER PROGRAM

NES Super Summer Program

The Summer Learning Program is a program designed to stop the “Summer Slide”.  The theme for the summer is Super Heroes.  It is totally FREE! And you can earn tickets for a chance to win great prizes!

It is for NES students (incoming grades 1st – 5th) all students must be registered to attend.

Kids will receive a FREE breakfast and lunch each day.

Dates:  TUESDAYS

July 8

July 15

July 22

July 29

Time: 8:00-12:30

For more information, please call the school office at 859-472-7341


Summer Feeding Program Announced

The Pendleton County Board of Education is participating in the Summer Food Service Program.  Click "Read More" for dates and locations.


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Call Command Message - June 1, 2014

Call Command sent on June 1, 2014

This is NES calling with 4 important reminders/announcements:

* Reminder - field day is on Monday – Students need to wear tennis shoes and sun screen

* Summer Learning Program - deadline to register your child will be June 20.  All children must be registered to attend.

* Car Tags - please return them by Tuesday June 3rd.

*Check your child's backpack on Monday or Tuesday for a notice regarding the student pickup procedure for next school year.


Title 1 Parent Involvement Survey

Please take time to complete the online Title 1 Parent Involvement Survey. Click the link below to go to the site. If you have a child in more than one school, please complete the survey multiple times, once for each school. Thank you.

Click here to complete the survey

or follow this link: http://www.pendleton.kyschools.us/surveyLogin.aspx?pin=9192

 


Great News Recognitions at May Board Meeting

The Pendleton County Board of Education held its regular monthly meeting Thursday, May 15, in the District Training Room at Sharp Middle School.  Several students were recognized for their accomplishments.  Click on "Read More" to see a complete list of students.


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Purchase Flowers and Help FFA Bloom

Stop  by our Greenhouse this week on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for beautiful hanging baskets just in time for Mother's Day. 

We truly appreciate you!


NES 5th Grade at The Freedom Center


PBIS NEWS

We would like to congratulate NES for receiving 100% on the PBIS walk through.  PBIS is the positive behavior program here at our school.  The visiting observer was looking for things such as our school wide behavior plan, incentives, rules and expectations posted and checking to make sure kids understand the expectations and consequences of their behavior.

Great job NES students and staff!!


Relay for Life - June 20

Come and join our community in the 2014 Relay for Life June 20 at 7:00 p.m. at the Pendleton County Fairgrounds.  Click here for details.


School Employees & Students Honored by Chamber chamber

Pendleton County Schools is proud to announce that four students and two employees received recognition at the 2017 Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on April 28. 

Congratulations to these individuals!

 


Progressive Ag Farm Safety Day In Pendleton County

On Friday, April 11, the South Family Resource Youth Service Center hosted the second annual Pendleton County Progressive Agriculture Safety Day at the fairgrounds for Northern & Southern Elementary Schools' 3rd grade students.  The Department of Agriculture, Kentucky State Police, Emergency Management, UK Extension Services, Pendleton High School FFA Chapter, Field & Wildlife, Duke Energy, Falmouth Fire Department, and the Sheriff's Department teamed together to teach the students about farm safety.  Click "Read More" to view pictures.. 


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PHS Presents "The Sound of Music"

Pendleton County High School will be presenting "The Sound of Music" on May 8th, 9th and 10th. All performances will begin at 7:00 p.m. In the high school auditorium.  Admission $8 for adults, $5 for students.


"Strong Connections" PCS First Electronic Newsletter

We realize having strong connections to those we serve in the community is an important part of our mission.  We are pleased to  introduce our newest tool in sharing the great things happening in Pendleton County Schools...... "Strong Connections", our district's new electronic newsletter.  We will be sending our this newsletter during the first week of each month.  "Strong Connections' format is similar to our district webpage with active links for your convenience in accessing the webpage.  If you would like to subscribe to the electronic newsletter, click on the icon below.

 

 


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Save the Dates ~ PCS Upcoming Events

Tuesday, June 3 - Last Day of School for All Students

Pendleton County High School

Friday, May 23 – Senior Awards Night 7:00 in the PHS Auditorium

Friday, May 30 – Class Night 7:00 pm in the PHS Gymnasium

Sunday, June 1 – Baccalaureate 7:00 pm in the PHS Auditorium

Tuesday, June 3 – Graduation 7:00 pm in the PHS Gymnasium

 

Click "Read More" for upcoming events at Northern Elementary, Southern Elementary, and Sharp Middle School.  These lists will be updated as events are scheduled.  Please check back often for additions.


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STLP News
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What's happening at NES!
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A "Weather-Days Update from the Superintendent

Late Monday afternoon, the Senate unanimously passed bill language to address the impact of this winter's weather on school calendars, focusing on a minimum number of instructional hours, rather than a minimum number of instructional days.

HB 211 goes to the House for consideration of concurrence, as the bill began in that chamber.


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Technology Opportunity for all PCS Staff

Mark your calendars!  Join the Technology Department for “hAPPy hour” on April 15th and 30th in the Training Room at Sharp Middle School.  Enjoy a snack while you learn about great “APPetizers” for the iPad and the Surface RT.  Bring an “APPetizer” to share that you are currently using in your classroom to improve/enhance instruction.  There are so many wonderful apps available on the web today!  We want to whet your APPetite and show you some great resources for teachers and students!  Each “hAPPy hour” will have new and different resources for all ages and areas so you are welcome to come to both!  

 


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Registration for Recreation Spring Sports is Here! Recreation Sign Up

Pendleton County Recreation is finishing up their final organization of the spring fast pitch and baseball leagues and registration forms will be distributed the last week of February.  Click "Read More" for additional information.


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Kindergarten Registration Just Around the Corner!

Do you know someone approaching kindergarten age?  Please share our Kindergarten Registration infomation with them. Click here for dates/times and a list of things to bring with you.

We look forward to welcoming the Class of 2027!


One-Hour Delay for Tuesday, February 18

Pendleton County Schools will be on a one-hour delay on Tuesday, February 18.  Transportation will follow the "Weather Plan".


Market Day News for FEB. 2014

Click HERE for February Market Day News.


Information About Revised 2013-14 School Calendar

Due to the large number of school closings, the 2013-14 school calendar has been revised.  Click here to view a letter from Superintendent Anthony Strong explaining the changes to the calendar.

School in Session February 17, March 31, April 1, and April 2.

School will NOT be in session Election Day, May 20, and Memorial Day, May 26.


Superintendent Talks About Snow Days

Superintendent Anthony Strong talks with WLW-TV about how the weather has affected the number of days that school has been closed thus far.  Click here to see the full story.


Evening Events Updates for February 6, 2014

Click "Read More" for today's athletic updates!

 


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Yearbook Sales!

Yearbooks are now on sale. Teachers have yearbook forms available, or you can get one from the office or Mrs. Murrell. They are $10. This is your last chance. Last day to buy is January 24.


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January MARKET DAY!

Dear Northern Elementary School Parents,

It's back to school time again!

Did you know that this month, Market Day is offering more than 85 delicious Taste For Health products that are good for you?  We've made it easier for you to feed your family great tasting and nutritious meals with select products under 300 calories. Simply look for the symbol and see for yourself, the wide variety of products available.

You can support Northern Elementary School through your monthly grocery purchase with Market Day and also receive our FREE Eat Well Calendar complete with easy serving suggestions, healthy eating tips and delicious recipes!

Start the New Year off right by saving yourself time and effort while helping raise funds for important school resources. Shift the money that you are already spending at the grocery store and help Northern Elementary School. Most importantly, Market Day products come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Ordering is easy! Simply place your online order at
www.marketday.com  The deadline to order for the January pickup is Wednesday, Jan. 22nd at 11:00 pm.   Let's jump start the New Year by supporting Northern Elementary School.

Thank you for your continued support.


Preschool Screenings Date Change

Preschool Screenings for the Spring Semester will be held Friday morning, January 24th instead of Friday, January 17th.  The screenings will be held at Southern Elementary, but will include students for both elementary schools.  Call 859-654-6911 to schedule an appointment.

 


"Conscious Discipline" Don't Miss It!

Northern Kentucky Community Action in conjunction with Kentucky Career Center is offering a four-session Parenting Program.  Click here for details.


January 2 Cancellations

The Board of Education meeting and all evening events for January 2, 2014 have been cancelled.


Cancellation Updates

The Boys Basketball games at Campbell County have been rescheduled for Friday, February 21 beginning at 6:00 p.m. (JV) 7:30 p.m. (Varsity).  

Bourbon County Cheer Competition scheduled for Saturday, February 15, has been postponed.

We will update the website as cancellations become available.  Continue to check back to this website for updates.


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Regular Afternoon Bus Transportation December 11

Pendleton County Schools Transportation Department will run regular routes in the afternoon of December 11, 2013.  It will NOT be necessary to follow the Weather Plan for transportation in the afternoon.  School Messenger sent this message out this morning, click here.


Christmas Festival Time!


SBDM MEETING CANCELLED

The SBDM meeting for Monday, Nov. 25 has been cancelled.


ART ROOM NEWS

Click on the link below to see Art Room News from Mrs. Houchens

http://www.artsonia.com/arnews/embed/pk4hhh2c

 

 


BUTLER COMMUNITY - TRICK OR TREAT The City of Butler has postponed Trick or Treat till tomorrow (Friday, Nov. 1) from 6:00-8:00
Make Our Wildcats Channel 5's Game of the Week Voting is under way for the Channel 5 Blitz Game of the Week for November 1.  Log on to http://www.wlwt.com/news/blitz5 and vote for the Pendleton High School vs. Ludlow football game.  You can vote more than once!  "Extra credit" votes can earned for your school by uploading school spirit photos and videos to Blitz 5's u local section. Each photo uploaded is worth five extra votes for your school; each video is worth 10 votes.

Watch News 5 on Friday at 11 p.m. to find out who wins.

 

SPIRITWEAR IS BACK!!

              

Now is the time to purchase your NES Spiritwear!  We have new designs and NEW ITEMS to choose from.  There are additional items on the web page that were not listed on the order form.  Click on the logo below to view spiritwear.

SPIRIT AND PRIDE

 


Infinite Campus Parent/Student Portal Temporarily Down

We are sorry to report that the Infinite Campus Portal has been temporarily shut-down at the state level due to some issues.  Hopefully these issues can be resolved quickly and parents & students will be able to access the site soon.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may has caused parents and students.  For more information on the statewide problem, click here.


FALL PICTURES!

 Fall Pictures will be on Wednesday, Sept. 11

For more information, click on "Read More".


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This Week At A Glance

Monday, August 12     Opening Day Appreciation Celebration @ PHS 8:00 am

Wednesday, August 14   First Day of School for Students

Thursday, August 15     Board of Education Meeting @ PHS Auditorium 7:00 pm


The SpecTECHular PD Academy

 

The SpecTECHular Teaching Academy

Preparing for the 21st Century Learner

August 7, 2013

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

For all Certified Employees

 


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PRACTICE RUN FOR PENDLETON COUNTY BUSES

The Pendleton County Schools Transportation Department is ready to roll into a new school year.  As part of the preparation for the first day of school, drivers will participate in conducting a practice afternoon bus route on the afternoon of Tuesday August 6, 2013.


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Offices Closed July 4 - 5

The District's Central Office, Department of Student Services office, and Adult/Community Education offices will be closed July 4 - 5. All offices will re-open July 8. Have a safe July 4th holiday.


Soccer Camp

Pendleton County Wildcat Soccer Camp

Dates:  July 29th – August 1st

Time:  6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Location: Southern Soccer Fields

Boys and Girls age 4-12 years

Click below for registration form and more information.....

 


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NES Third-Graders Perform Musical
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2013 St. Jude Mathathon Participants St. Jude Mathathon Participants
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Third Grade Musical - The Unity Tree The Unity Tree
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Third Grade Musical - The Unity Tree
Third Grade Musical - The Unity Tree 3rd Grade Musical
4-H Environmental Camp

Fourth grade at NES attended Environmental Camp in Carlisle, KY for the first time in Pendleton County history. Students enjoyed sessions with owl pellets, rocketry, pond studies, and many, many more. Many thanks to Shelley Meyer, our county extension agent! Fourth grade has been extremely busy since spring break.


War Horse Book Report Contestants!

 

The fourth graders at Northern Elementary received a scholarship from the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning and the Kentucky Horse Park. Each fourth grader was presented with the novel, War Horse, and invited to the All Tech Arena for an equine presentation of War Horse. Students were asked to write a book report on the novel and each teacher was able to select a classroom winner. The winners from Northern are as follows: Ben Davis, Jordan Kirsch, Holly Bowman, and Allison Redden. These students were able to meet First Lady Beshear and were recognized in a ceremony prior to the equine show. Allison Redden was selected as the state winner for the Carnegie Book Report Contest. She received a $150 gift card to Joseph Beth. Her teacher also received a gift card. Congratulations to the book report winners!


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2012-13 County Conservation Art & Writing Contests Winners

Congratulations to the 2013 Conservation Art & Writing Contest county winners.  There were 1036 Art entries and 443 Writing entries.


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Aspire For A Brighter Future Through Education

The public is invited to attend a critical meeting on education in Pendleton County to be presented on April 29th at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Pendleton County High School. This meeting is being hosted by the Pendleton County Gateway Community and Technical College Focus Group in conjunction with the cities of Falmouth and Butler and the Pendleton County Fiscal Court. The purpose of the meeting is to hear a presentation by Mr. Ron Crouch, Research Director with the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet in Frankfort, regarding how education and workforce training can grow the economy and help create jobs in Pendleton County.


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Class of 2013 ~ Commencement Dates Announced

Graduation dates have been set !  The Class of 2013 Commencement will be Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the PHS gymnasium.  Admission by ticket only.  For guests' convenience, shuttle buses will be available from Southern Elementary & Sharp Middle School beginning at 5:45 p.m. and running continuously until 6:45 p.m.  Shuttle services will drop off guests at the gymnasium doors and deliver guests back to the respective locations.  In addition, this year there will be a drop-off  location designated on the bus-loop for those wishing to drop off guests and then go park. Because the shuttle buses will be loading & unloading via the bus loop,  those needing to drop someone off should do so in a timely manner and proceed back to parking area.

Other important senior dates all beginning at 7:00 pm:

Senior Scholarship/Awards Night - May 7 - PHS Auditorium

Baccalaureate - May 19 - PHS Auditorium

Senior Class Night - May 20 - PHS gymnasium


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Bobcat Reward Challenge
Congratulations to Mrs. Pugh, Mrs. Record and Mrs. Hurst’s classes!

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Schools To Remain On Weather Plan Until Further Notice

Pendleton County Schools will be continue to operate on regular schedule and bus transportation will follow the Weather Plan until further notice.  Click here for the Weather Plan.


SCHOOLS CLOSED MARCH 17, 2014

Pendleton County Schools will be closed on Monday, March 17, 2014.


PC SCHOOLS CLOSED MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23

Pendleton County Schools will be closed Monday, February 23, 2015.

Decisions regarding evening activities are usually made around 1:00 p.m. and will be posted here on this webpage.


PCS Weekend Cancellations

February 2 - K of C Free-Throw Competition at Sharp Middle School - cancelled

February 2 - Ladycats vs Mason Co. - cancelled

February 2 - Wildcats  @ Beth Haven today - cancelled

February 3 - All PC Recreational activities - cancelled

For up-to-the-minute updates, go to Facebook and "Like" Pendleton County Athletes and Pendleton County Recreational.


SCHOOLS CLOSED FEBRUARY 1, 2013

Pendleton County Schools will be closed Friday, February 1, 2013 due to snowy roads.  Decisions regarding evening activities are made after 1:00 p.m. and published on this web-site.


PCS on Regular Schedule January 29

Pendleton County Schools will be on a regular schedule Wednesday, January 29, 2014. 


Pennies for Ipads

 

   Pennies for IPads!!

It’s time to have the kids clean out those couches and cars! Bobcat Council is collecting “Pennies for IPADS” from Monday, January 7, 2012 through Friday, January 18, 2012. Each grade level is collecting spare change to help NES purchase IPADS for our school.
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Alumni Night ~ January 4, 2013
The annual Pendleton County Schools’ Alumni Night and Reception will be held on Friday, January 4th. This event will be held at Pendleton County High School in conjunction with the Wildcat basketball game. That evening PCHS will be taking on Montgomery County.

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We Wish You a Merry Christmas!

NES celebrated Christmas with our annual Christmas program.  We had performances from the Northern Elementary Choir, Mallet Madness, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grades, and some of our NES Staff.  It was a wonderful program and we wanted to share a few parts with you!  We hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday!  Season's Greetings from Northern Elementary School! 

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NES Student Council Rings the Bell for the Red Kettle Drive  
Northern Elementary Student Council Members, along with NES Student Council Sponsor, Mrs. Jodi Gerhardstein, rang the bell for the Salvation Army Red Kettle drive.  They volunteered 3 hours after school at BB's in Butler to help this important organization with their annual fund drive.  Way to help out, Bobcats! 


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Northern's Mallet Madness Performs for Board Meeting mm video.MOV Our Northern Elementary Mallet Madness group performed for the Pendleton County School Board Meeting held at NES on November 29th. They shared selections from their upcoming Christmas Concert, which will be on Thursday, December 13th, where they will share the stage with Northern's Choir.  Here's a taste of their performance, and we hope to see you at the concert! 
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District To Honor Retiring Board Member Steve Thomas
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Scholastic Book Fair Link
Below is the link to our scholastic book fair.  All books are (BOGO) buy one get one FREE!  Now is the perfect time to do some holiday shopping and what better way than to buy books for your children and family.
http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/northernelementary


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Classroom Survey Please complete this survey with your classroom by Thursday, November 29th.    Click here to access the survey.
Thank you!

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Report Cards Are Sent Home Report Cards will be sent home with all students on Friday, November 16.  KPREP test scores will also be sent home with students in Grades 4 and 5.  See the Building Forms link for more information regarding grading and test accountability. 
Teacher Readiness Survey For our state report due in December, we need to know specific data on all certified staff.  Please click here to complete the short survey.  You will need to authenticate with your PIN (employee ID #) when taking the survey.  Thank you!
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Rachel's Challenge

Come & hear the inspiring true story about one girl's dream to change the world. 


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Superintendent's Message about Accountability Changes
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Classroom Supply List Available Classroom supply lists are available under the school forms link at the left of the page. 
Huffman Wins Grandparent of the Year Essay Contest

Justin Huffman was NES and Pendleton County’s winner of the AARP/Kentucky Retired Teachers Association Grandparent of the Year Essay Contest.   This contest is only for 5th grade students in the state of Kentucky and sponsored by AARP and the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association.  He was recognized at the PC Retired Teacher’s Luncheon last month.


NES BOBCAT APPAREL ORDERS

Would you love to have NES BOBCAT apparel? 

SPIRIT AND PRIDE ORDERS ARE NOW BEING TAKEN.  Order forms are being sent home Friday, Sept. 4th and are due back on Friday, Sept. 11th.

Check out the link for student items.  There are additional items located on this link which are not listed on order forms, i.e. drawstring bags, different t-shirts, blanket.  Click here

You can send the order form back to school, or you have the option to order on-line. 


Kindergarten Registration Dates Set

Kindergarten Registration dates have been set for:

Northern Elementary - April 9, beginning at 6:00 pm

Southern Elementary - April 9, beginning at 6:00 pm

Welcome Class of 2028!!


MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

Back by popular demand... NES PTO Quarter Auction!  Come out and join us for a fun filled evening on Friday, February 27th.  Doors will open at 6:30, auction will begin at 7:00.  Admission is $3 which includes 1 paddle, additional paddles may be purchased.  Snacks and drinks will be available for purchase.  To see the flyer for more details, click here.

We are in need of some volunteer help for the PTO Quarter Auction this Friday, Feb. 27th.  We are looking for a few people to help with admissions table, selling paddles, snacks and pop.  Please email nesbobcatpto@gmail.com if you would be willing to work this event! 

Also, if you would be willing to send in sweets/baked goods for the Quarter Auction please email michele.augsback@pendleton.kyschools.us 

Thank you! We hope to see you there!

To stay up to date on current events be sure to LIKE us on FACEBOOK.  NES Bobcat PTO

 


FREAKY FRIDAY ~ OCT. 24th 5:30-8:00 pm

Come and join us on Friday, October 24th from 5:30-8:00 for a Freaky Fun Time!  Pre-admission ticket holders can beat the lines and get in at 5:00 for an extra half-hour of fun!  We will have our Chili Supper and every kind of sweet imaginable at our Sweet Shop.  There will be many games, raffles, bowling, performances and activities this year for the kiddos and adults alike.  All of our activities will be inside, including The Haunted Trick-or-Treat Trail. Your family can have a great time at NES – rain or shine!

ATTN: CRAFTERS/VENDORS - If you would like to reserve a spot at our festival, please call the school office at 472-7341.  The cost is $15 for a non-electric spot; $20 for an electric spot, or a donation of equal value in lieu of the fee will be accepted for our auction.

For more information or to purchase pre-admission tickets, call the school office at 472-7341.  We hope to see you on Oct. 24th!


PARENT INPUT FORM

Attached are the parent input form and directions for the 2015-16 school year.

You can drop off the form at the school office Tuesday - Thursday 8:00-3:00 (June 9 - 11) or you can fax it to 859-472-6548. 

PARENT INPUT FORM DIRECTIONS - CLICK HERE

PARENT INPUT FORM - CLICK HERE

 


School Office Hours for Holidays

The school office will be closed during

Christmas break.

December 23rd~January 1

Merry Christmas to you and your family from all of us at Northern Elementary School!


Mark your calendar for FREAKY FRIDAY!!

Our annual FREAKY FRIDAY FESTIVAL will be on Friday, October 25th 5:30 - 8:00 pm (doors will open at 5:00 pm for pre-sale ticket holders).  There will be lots of food, lots of games, lots of prizes and LOTS of fun to be had!! 

Click HERE to view our Freaky Friday Flyer and to order PRE-ADMISSION TICKETS!

WE NEED... VENDORS & CRAFTERS!  New this year at Freaky Friday we are having Vendor/Crafters Booths.  If you would like to reserve a spot, call the school office at 472-7341.  $5 for non-electric spot, $10 for electric spot

 

Rockstar Randi Makes a Visit

Randi Rerring, a very special NES Bobcat, came to school on Friday, March 22 to visit with NES students and celebrate her courage.  A year ago Randi, who has suffered from a liver disease since birth, recieved a liver transplant.  Since her transplant Randi has not been able to come back to school, but she has continued to be a true Bobcat, showing Courage, Attitude, Teamwork and Spirit.  We love you, Randi!  It was great to see your smiling face!  Click here for more pictures....


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Yearbook Sale!
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Midterm Reports Second Trimester Midterm Reports go home with students Thursday, January 10, 2013. Read on for more information....

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Community-Wide Veterans Day Celebration - November 13 Flag

Everyone is invited to the Community-Wide Veterans Day Celebration on Sunday afternoon, November 13, at 2:00 p.m. in the Sharp Middle School Gymnasium.  The program will recognize our Veterans as well as showcase the talents of the Pendleton County students.  This celebration is being planned cooperatively with Pendleton County Schools, American Legion Post 109, VFW Post 1978, Veterans Support Group and the Disabled American Veterans.  A reception will precede the program at 1:30 p.m. in the  cafeteria for all veterans and their spouses/guests.

 


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PHS Presents "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"

Pendleton County High School Drama presents The Legend of Sleepy Hollow adapted from Washington Irving.  Shows are October 22, 23, and 24, 2015 at 7:00 in the PCHS auditorium. Adult tickets are $5.00 and Students are $3.00. Click "Read More" for picture and more information.


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Vendors are needed for our FREAKY FRIDAY FESTIVAL, Oct. 16th 5:30 - 8:00 pm.  For more information or to reserve your spot please email Karen Crozier at karen.crozier@pendleton.kyschools.us

 


Seniors Walk the Walk!

The Class of 2015 have been excellent role models for the younger students of the school district.  To put more emphasis on that statement,  the Class of 2015 --in cap and gown-- walked the halls of Southern Elementary, Northern Elementary, and Sharp Middle School on Monday, June 1.  The "Senior Walk" not only shared with the younger students the importance of getting College and Career Ready, but allowed the grads to share their success and gave their former teachers a proud moment of accomplishment.  This was the first year for the Senior Walk but hopefully an annual tradition has been started  at PHS.  Congratulations Class of 2015! 


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STLP Students/Kindergarten Students ~ Science Lesson

Check out our STLP students collaborating with Kindergarten class for a Science Lesson!

 


Appeals Committee Candidate Survey Please click here to vote for 2 candidates to represent Pendleton County School District on the Appeals Committee.

 

OR click on the following link: http://www.pendleton.kyschools.us/surveyLogin.aspx?pin=1030

NES Students Enjoy a Safety Assembly

Friday, March 22, NES students learned about safety compliments of the Pendleton County Sheriff's Department and their magician friend.  The students enjoyed the magic and the message! 


NES Students Love Their IPads!

                                                       

NES Bobcats are enjoying using IPads to support their learning.  IPads are used in all grades and in all subject areas.  Students pictured above are using the IPad to create a story.  Students pictured below are playing a math game to practice facts during small group time. 


Board Approves 2013-14 District Calendar
Click here to see the 2013-14 District Calendar.

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Midterm Reports

Midterm Reports, or “Trimester Parent Reports,” have been sent home with students in Grades 1-5. Click here to read more....
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Preschool Screenings, Feb 12, 2016


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We're on Facebook!

Did you know that Northern Elementary has a Facebook page?

Be sure to "Like" us on Facebook, we'll update our page with important announcements and upcoming events.

We want you to be in the KNOW! Click the link below.

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PCHS Cheerleaders Getting the Spirit

PCHS Cheerleaders are selling Pendleton County Spirit Fan Wear through an organization called Fan Cloth to raise money.  Support our cheerleaders and get the Wildcat spirit!  Click "Read More" to view the Spirit items and ordering information.


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CLASSROOM SUPPLY LIST

LOOKING FOR CLASSROOM SUPPLY LISTS?  Look no further.  Click HERE to view the classroom supply lists.  They are in order by grade level.


T J Benefit Postponed Due to Inclement Weather

The T  J Celebration and Benefit for Teresa and Jake has been postponed due to inclement weather. The TENTATIVE new date is Sunday, March 1 from 1-5.  Check out the T J Benefit Facebook Page for further updates.


We Need Your Input!!

As part of our Comprehensive District Improvement Plan (CDIP), we are seeking your input.  The purpose of the plan is to target priority needs and create action steps to help meet the needs identified to advance student learning.  You play a critical role by providing input to our draft plan as we move from Good to Great!  Please click here to view a copy of the draft CDIP, choose "About Us" on the above menu, or stop by the Board Office or one of our schools to pick up a copy.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Send input to Amy Razor, Assistant Superintendent, by December 19, 2013

E-mail:  amy.razor@pendleton.kyschools.us


Survey for ALL Certified Please click here and complete the survey needed for our state technology report.  Please answer all questions on the survey.  We will be having some awesome giveaways for your classroom!  The earlier you fill out the survey, the more chances you will have to win! All surveys need to be completed by the end of next Monday!
 

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NES Bobcats Climb the Wall

 

Mrs. Harris 2nd grade class is demonstrating muscular strength in PE class with Mrs. Hedenberg, PE teacher. The Climbing Wall was purchased several years ago with funds from Market Day. 


Best Bobcats in the Bobcat Den

Every day NES looks for the Best Bobcats in the lunchroom.  Best Bobcat status is awarded based on ability to maintain a proper voice level, use good manners, wait patiently in line, and help keep the lunchroom clean.  Mrs. Hay's First Grade Class has won this prestigious award a total of 6 times as of January 30th, and also has won for 3 days in a row - a feat that no other classroom has yet to accomplish!  Way to go Mrs. Hay's Class! 


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Digital Learning Day

 

 Digital Learning Day is February 6th!     Will you take the pledge?


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Relay to Life Hooves & Paws Game-January 25


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PHS Drama Class Presents "Who Poisoned His Meatball?" Pendleton County High School Drama presents the murder mystery dinner theatre, "Who Poisoned His Meatball?". Come and join us for a spaghetti and meatball dinner, bread, drink, dessert and a show where the audience helps in solving the mystery. The production is January 10, 11, and 12, 2013 at the Farm Bureau Building, 400 Main Street in Falmouth. Dinner starts at 6:30PM with the show starting at 7:00PM. Tickets include the meal and are $10.00 for anyone over 12 years, $8.00 for 12 or younger.
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Freaky Friday   Northern Elementary's Freaky Friday Chili Fest will be October 26th.  Click here to read more information....

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Record Wins C3 Outstanding Teacher Award

Mrs. Tina Record was recognized last evening with the C3 Outstanding Teacher Award at an awards banquet held at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center in Cincinnati.  This award was created in 2004 by a consortium of University Presidents from the University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, and Northern Kentucky University and recognizes teachers from the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area. The consortium looks for those teachers who are innovative in the classroom, involve themselves in extra-curricular activities, and are active in their communities.

PC would like to congratulate Mrs. Record on receiving this prestigious award!


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Upcoming School Events

Upcoming camps and school events by school may be accessed by selecting "Read More" below.  Please check periodically as this list will be updated weekly.  Check out the individual school's webpage for details on these events.


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NES Academic Team Advances to Regionals

Congratulations to Northern Elementary's Academic Team who is advanced to regional competition this past Saturday.  Students in Written Assessment who placed in the top five at the District Competition will compete in the Regional Competition at Southern Elementary in Falmouth on Saturday, March 21st.  Click "Read More" for individual results.


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COMMUNITY-WIDE VETERAN'S DAY CELEBRATION - NOVEMBER 11, 2014

Plans are underway for the Community-Wide Veteran's Day Celebration on Tuesday evening, November 11. For more details, click here or go to the Board of Education tab above and select Veteran Recognition.


Free Community Health Fair


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NES Thriller News Show Coming Soon!

 

Yes! The rumors our true!  The NES Thriller News Show is coming soon!  Stay connected to find out when and where the very first airing will take place!  Thanks to KET for collaborating with us to make our production the best it can be!

                        


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IPads are a Big Hit at NES!

Teachers enjoyed a  recent training on using the IPad in their classrooms.  IPads are a recent addition to NES and students are excited about using these technology devices in their classrooms. 


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Sharp Middle School GATES presents "Annie"

January 25 & 26


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Survey for Pendleton County Schools In an effort to improve system practices, Pendleton County is conducting a Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey to see how we're doing.  Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.
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PHS Wildcats Take District Title.... On Their Way to Regionals

Congratulations to the Pendleton High School Boys Basketball team who captured the 38th District Championship.  They will now move on to the regional tournament at Mason County Fieldhouse.  Click here for 10th Region Boys Tourney schedule.  Click "Read More" to view 38th District Championship video.


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PC SCHOOLS IN SESSION TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24

Pendleton County Schools will be in session Tuesday, February 24th.  School will be on regular schedule and transportation will operate on "Weather Plan" until further notice.  Click here for the Weather Plan.


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Board of Education Sets 2017 Board Meeting Dates Board Meeting Dates

The Pendleton County Board of Education set the 2017 board meeting dates at the January 9 board meeting.  Click here to view the meeting dates.

 


One-To-One Reading

Northern Elementary is fortunate to have community members who want to help our students become good readers.  One-to-One Reading is a research based program that trains volunteers to assist children in reading.  Here are a few of our wonderful volunteers!  Thanks to all of you for your time and efforts! 

 

Mrs. York

 

 

 

 

                    Mr. Taylor                      


February 19 - Local Planning Committee & Public Forum

Pendleton County Schools will hold a Local Planning Committee Meeting immediately preceded by a public forum on February 19, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. at Sharp Middle School.  The public is invited to attend. For more information, please contact the Superintendent’s Office at 859-654-6911.

 


School Spelling Bee Winners

Samantha Verst, 5th grader, and Emma Reid, 4th grader, are the Northern Elementary School Spelling Bee Winners!  Congratulations, girls! 


Superintendent Addresses District Crisis Plan & School Safety On Sunday evening, Superintendent Strong sent a telephone message to all students' homes and to all faculty members.  To review the message, click here.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION! DATE CORRECTION

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Regarding the calendar in the student agenda.

The dates for spring break are incorrect.

Spring break will be March 28 – April 1.

Please make note of this on your calendars. Thank you.


Register Now for CINSAM's STEM Summer Camps!

Announcing, CINSAM's 2015 summer camps: rockets, robots, stars and more to explore for your child this summer… Information below in the attached flyer.  We look forward to seeing your child here this summer!

CINSAM is hosting a variety of camps this summer for students from 3rd - 12th grade! The summer camps are hosted by NKU faculty and staff on topics in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Click here for more information.


Congratulations to February "Great News"

The Board of Education met February 19 and during the Great News portion of the meeting recognized several individuals.  Students who were selected to All-State Band & Choir, the Pendleton High School CheerCats, and Ms. Tina Record were recognized for their outstanding achievements.

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Fourth Grade 4H Edwardo’s Night

            

Fourth Grade 4H Edwardo’s Night was a complete success. The students had a blast while their teachers brought them drinks and food! Thanks for all the support, and the hard work! The money earned will be used towards a 4H overnight field trip that Northern’s fourth graders will be attending in April to environmental camp! Check out some more great pictures here...


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Regional Week at PHS

                                                                                    
Girls Varsity Soccer Monday 5:30 at Scott vs Montgomery Co

 

Varisty Volleyball Monday 6:00 p.m. at Bracken Co vs Montgomery Co

 

Boys Varsity Soccer Tuesday 5:30 p.m. at Harrison Co vs Scott High
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NES Daily Bulletin via Email

If you would like to receive the NES Daily Bulletin by email, please send an email to renee.fardo@pendleton.kyschools.us 

 


Don't Miss Out!

Yearbooks are now on sale till February 27th.  Cost is $10.

Click here for the order form.


NES Receives Technology Grant

Get One to One with STEM!

It is OUR time for students to get one to one with STEM, thanks to the hard work of Northern Elementary teacher, Mrs. Tina Record.  Mrs. Record wrote and submitted a KySTE grant and was awarded $20,798 for Northern Elementary!  This project will enhance infusion of science, engineering, math and technology to increase interest in STEM lessons, knowledge of technology and technology use among fourth grade students.  It will promote educational excellence in all STEM areas, provide STEM based instruction/assessment, and offer immediate feedback/reteaching, engaging students in technology-based tactile, visual and auditory instruction.  Students will also utilize the devices during reading and writing.

This project will support the transition to Next Generation Science Standards with technology for hands-on science experiments and engineering design.  All instructional strategies will be affected by this project as the STEM-based lessons and activities will be incorporated on a daily basis to all 100 fourth grade students.  Teachers will use best practices providing students with learning experiences to build inquiry and discovery, critical thinking and a learning climate that supports teamwork and high expectations.

The good news about this grant... The grant funds will purchase one hundred devices and cases!  Thank you for your dedication and congratulations to Mrs. Record!


PCS Receives Toyota Grant

Pendleton Co. Schools is proud to announce the award of a grant from Toyota in the amount of $10,000 to be used for the purchase of I-pads for classrooms. Thank you to Northern Elementary teachers, Tina Record & Laura Caudill,  for their work on the grant application and to the Peluso Family for making the school aware of this grant program.  Toyoto was present at the February 28 board meeting to make the presentation of the $10,000 check. 


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PCS SCHOOLS IN SESSION FEBRUARY 18

School WILL BE in session Monday, February 18, 2013.  February 18 was designated as the first make-up day on the 2012-13 district calendar. 


WILL YOU LEND A HAND TO BE A VOLUNTEER?

Volunteers play an important role at Pendleton County Schools, whether a person assists a teacher with getting materials ready for class, attending a field trip, working one on one with students they are all essential.

Click "Read More" for more information, including required paperwork to be submitted to obtain/maintain active volunteer status.  The volunteer process takes at least one week so if you wish to chaperone field trips, do not delay in submitting the required paperwork.


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Where do you stand on English/language arts and mathematics standards?

Several months remain before the Kentucky Core Academic Standards Challenge closes. Has your voice been heard – either in support of the current English/language arts and mathematics standards or have you made a suggestion on how one or more standards could be improved? Since the feedback from the challenge will be used in the Kentucky Department of Education’s regular review of the standards, it is critical that educator voices be heard. Don’t delay, take the Kentucky Core Academic Standards Challenge today! Please also make parents and others in your community aware of this opportunity for feedback. Go to www.kentucky.statestandards.org.


Houchens Awarded Artsonia Leadership Award

Congratulations to Ms. Buffy Houchens, Northern Elementary School Art Teacher, for being awarded the Artsonia Leadership Award for the 2013-14 school year.  Ms. Houchens received this award for her outstanding family and community involvement in education and her technology integration in the arts.  Northern Elementary ranks #1 in the state of Kentucky and 36th nationwide in Artsonia.


STLP

STLP - We are Underway!


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NES Kindergarten Registration

NES will have kindergarten registration soon!   

DATE:  Tuesday, April 16th

  TIME:  6:00 - 7:00 pm

PLACE:  NES ~ Media Center

Click HERE for more information

 

 

 


County S-p-e-l-l-i-n-g Bee Winners!

The county spelling bee was held Wednesday, January 23, in the PHS auditorium under the direction of Ms. Pamela Harper.  Congratulations to Spelling Bee Champion Bailey Hardy, SMS 8th grader; 2nd Place Anna Askren, SMS 7th grader; 3rd Place Baileigh Tackett, SES 5th grader.  Individual school winners advancing to the county bee included: NES students Samantha Verst & Emma Reid, SES students Emily Cobb & Baileigh Tackett, and SMS students Bailey Hardy, Casey Jones, & Anna Askren.  Congratulations to these excellent spellers!


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Summer Camp and Fall Registration Forms

Forms for girls and boys basketball camps, golf camp, and some fall athletic leagues are available by clicking here or going to the Athletic page on this website. 


Superintendent Announces 2014 Test Scores

The Kentucky Department of Education has released the 2013-14 test results.  Kentucky's Unbridled Learning assessment and accountability system is designed to provide in-depth information about the performance of students, schools, districts and the state as a whole.  Please click the "Read More" below to access an important announcement from Superintendent Strong.


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NES Survivor: Bobcat Island

NES started the test prep season with some fun and excitement! Students were entertained and encouraged by the NES Survivor message:  Out Work, Out Perform, and Out Score.  Teachers dressed up, danced and performed in Reward Challenges.  Students also performed in Reward Challenges and some were even sent to Exile Island.  Rodger Bingham from Survivor: Outback spoke to the students on the importance of trying their best.  Check out some pictures from our fun-filled day! 


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District Working Hard to Keep Our Students Healthy during Flu Season

As we quickly enter the new year, warnings about the flu are dominating the news. The news media and Health Departments are reported an above average number of flu and flu-like cases this year.  Pendleton County Schools recognizes the vulnerability our students face with this flu-virus and is taking precautions to prevent its spread. 
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Early Detection Can Save Lives
Mobile Mammography Screenings
PENDLETON COUNTY SCHOOLS
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11
(11AM-5PM)

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Join Us Tonight at 6:15 pm!!!  
“We want all of our stakeholders to understand our new testing and accountability system”, commented Mr. Strong. This is why Pendleton County Schools will hold a community meeting on Thursday, October 18th from 6:15pm-7:00pm in the Pendleton County High School Auditorium to explain the new testing and accountability system, Unbridled Learning the Accountability Model.   The district is focused and committed to providing a high quality educational experience for all students. The district is excited about the new state standards and is working diligently to make sure Pendleton County students are college/career ready. The schools appreciate the support of the community and want to make sure all stakeholders have the opportunity to hear firsthand about the new testing system. We hope you will join us on October 18th.

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PCS ANNOUNCES STOP! TIPLINE …REPORT BULLYING “ONLINE”

Safety is our first priority. In an effort to use every able resource to STOP bullying and other risky behaviors in our schools, Pendleton County Schools proudly announces the implementation of the “Safety Tipline Online Prevention” or STOP! Tipline.


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PCS Now Has Overdrive Library eBook Lending

Pendleton County Schools is now a part of the Overdrive Library e-Book Lending network.  The system, available since January 29, is available 24/7, and requires a library card and a password.  Two books may be checked out for one week at a time, and they may be accessed through any eReader, tablet, or iOS or Windows device, including SmartPhones.  To log into the system, access Mrs. Carolyn Reid’s teacher webpage through Pendleton High School’s or Sharp Middle School’s sites, or access through Mrs. Theresa Turner’s teacher webpage through one of the elementary schools’ sites, then click on “Overdrive.”  Please contact Mrs. Reid with any issues.


Get PCHS Mobile App

PCHS Athletics has continued to upgrade its means of communicating with parents and providing easy means to the fans to follow their favorite team.  Adding to our Facebook page, Pendleton County Athletics, and Twitter account, @PCCatNation, PC Athletics is now on Instagram with the account name @PCCATNATION.  Now Pendleton County High School Athletics has created their own mobile app.  Click "Read More" for details. 

 


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PCS Welcomes New Employees

Pendleton County Schools would like to welcome new employees to the district.  Click here for a list of new employees as well as newly hired athletic coaches. We hope all enjoy their tenure with the school district.


NES' Choir & Mallet Madness On The Road & How You Can Help

Northern Elementary’s Choir and Mallet Madness will be performing at Florence Mall on March 27th at 10:00 am. Please come out to the concert and support our talented students! We are very excited to get to perform as part of Music in Our Schools Month.

In addition to our performance, we are very excited about the Facebook competition. If we get the most votes for NES on the Florence Mall facebook page, our music program could win $500!!!

Click on "Read More" to see how you can help!


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Important Message from the Superintendent Regarding Pre-School
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Board of Education Revises the 2015-16 District Calendar

The Pendleton County Board of Education revised the 2015-16 District Calendar at the December 18, 2014 board meeting.  Due to a conflict with an ACT make-up date, Spring Break was moved one week later.   You may access the revised 2015-16 District Calendar by selecting the appropriate calendar to the right of the screen or click here.


Service Learning Project Winners at NES

Congratulations to Northern Elementary teachers Robin Reis and Kelly Hopp!!  1st grade teacher, Robin Reis and 3rd grade teacher, Kelly Hopp will be implementing service learning projects in their classrooms with the help of our community partner, Heritage Bank!  Heritage Bank agreed to sponsor two service learning projects at NES!  Mrs. Reis and Mrs. Hopp submitted their proposals to the bank and were selected for sponsorship!  We are very proud of our teachers and look forward to seeing their projects in action!  Click "Read More" for pictures.


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Board Approves 2017-18 District Calendar calendar

The Pendleton County Board of Education approved the 2017-18 district calendar at the Oct 27 board meeting.  The 2017-18 district calendar may be accessed by selecting the link under the Superintendent's Message on the district homepage or clicking here.


Thanks Mrs. Houchens for organizing our Dance!
Employee Handbook SignOff Form Please click here after you have read the Pendleton County 2012-13 Employee Handbook.
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Stay in Touch with "Strong Connections"

If you would like to receive an electronic newsletter in your Inbox containing school district news/events/announcements, just sign up here to receive monthly newsletters, Strong Connections.  Click here to subscribe to the newsletter. 


School Board Adds Student Representative

At the April 17, 2014 Board of Education meeting, board members approved the second reading of Policy 01.1 which allows one Student Board Representative to set on the board.  Following the election process, Ms. Courtney Moore was chosen as Pendleton County Board of Education's first  Student Representative. Her first board meeting was Monday, June 16.  Congratulations to Courtney! 

Click here to view Board Policy 01.1 which details the qualifications for being a student representative and the election process.


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Superintendent Strong says "Stay the Course" Click on the video below.


Fourth and Fifth Grade Dance!
BOARD APPROVES 2014 MEETING DATES

The Pendleton County Board of Education approved the 2014 Board Meeting Dates/Location/Times at the January 21, 2014 board meeting.  For a complete list of 2014 meetings, you may go to the Board of Education page or click here.


Don't Miss An Important Call From the Superintendent!

Now you don't have to worry if you missed part of an important telephone message from the Superintendent or just want to replay a message again to re-check important details of a message.  Past telephone messages from Superintendent Anthony Strong may now be accessed by clicking on "District Operations" tab close to the top of the district homepage  and then selecting "School Messenger Messages". 


Transportation Department Announces 2018-19 Bus Routes bus

The Transportation Department is working diligently to organize bus routes so that students' travel times are held to a minimal.   Click here to view  2018-19 Bus Route (by road).  

*Times are computer generated and serve as estimates only.  Please be prepared before your scheduled time on the first day of school.     

 


PCS Receives Recognition for "Graduate Kentucky"

Governor Steve Beshear, First Lady Jane Beshear and Education Commissioner Terry Holliday honored school boards across Kentucky that raced to adopt the new "Graduate Kentucky" standard, keeping students in school until they earn a high school diploma or turn 18.

To date, 120 Kentucky local boards of education have voted to raise the compulsory attendance age from 16 to 18. Gov. Beshear honored representatives from each district with an official Certificate of Recognition for their swift action in adopting the new policy.

Superintendent Strong, Board Chair Mark Ross, and Senior Counselor Karen Delaney attended on behalf of Pendleton County Schools.


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Superintendent moves closer to leading statewide organization

Click here to read entire article.


Fourth and Fifth Grade Dance

Fourth and Fifth Grade Dance.....dancing and raising funds for the Art Department!


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Help NES to win a $40,000 Wireless Lab!

Check out this website for a great opportunity to help NES win a $40,000 wireless lab.  It is very quick and simple to register and once you do, log on each day to submit an entry with one click.  There is a QR code that makes it easier to enter everyday! 

www.winawirelesslab.com

win a wireless lab sweepstakes brochure with QR code

 


Schools Gearing Up for Start of 2012-13 School Year
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Your Feedback is Welcome!

Pendleton County Schools has just published its School Nutrition and Wellness Report Card for 2012.  Click here to access the report.  This brochure is provided in compliance with KRS 158.856 as an overview of the nutrition and physical activity available in the Pendleton Co. School District with the recommendation for areas of improvement. You may review  this brochure and provide any comments or recommendations to the Pendleton Co. Board of Education (859-654-6911) or Lisa Mitchell at lisa.mitchell@pendleton.kyschools.us.    Thank you for your interest & input.


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Board Approves 2013-14 District Calendar The Board of Education, at the October 18, 2012 board meeting, approved the 2013-14 district calendar. Click here for the 2013-14 calendar. 


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Newly-Elected Board Members Sworn In
The Pendleton County Board of Education met January 3, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the PHS Auditorium.  Newly elected board member, Ms. Shawn Nordheim, as well as incumbents, Mark Ross & Tony Spence, were sworn in by Mike Redden, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Pendleton County.

Congratulations to Ms. Nordheim on being elected to the board and to Mr. Ross and Mr. Spence on their re-election.

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District's Site-Based Councils Unite The first meeting of "Councils United" was held September 27 and brought together SBDM councils of Northern Elementary, Southern Elementary, Sharp Middle, and Pendleton High Schools, giving all members first-hand information on Unbridled Learning the Accountability Model.    Julie Hubbard, Director of Curriculum & Assessment says that at Councils United, members were guided through the new testing system so that all understand and can share information pertaining to it.  The district administration values the SBDM representatives and know they are a vital part of our communication system. 
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Unbridled Learning the Accountability Model

You can’t compare apples to oranges and you can’t compare KCCT to K-PREP

We want all of our stakeholders to understand our new testing and accountability system. We hope you will find the following information about testing and accountability helpful. As a district our focus and commitment is in providing a high quality educational experience for all of our students. We are excited about the new state standards and are working diligently to make sure our students are college/career ready. Thank you for your continued support of Pendleton County Schools. Good to great…it really is happening here!    


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PHS Girls & Boys' Soccer District Tournament Schedule   Click here for 38th District Soccer Tournament Schedule.
BREAKFAST/LUNCH ON-LINE PAYMENTS NOW AVAILABLE!!  On-line payments for students' breakfasts & lunches are now available.  All you need is an Infinite Campus Parent Portal account. 

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PCS Seeking Community Members to Serve on LPC
Pendleton County Schools is in the process of reviewing its District Facility Plan. The first step in the process is the establishment of a Local Planning Committee (LPC). The local planning committee consists of parents, teachers, administrators, district staff, board member and local business/community members. All members of the committee are selected within by the appropriate groups except the local/community members. Those members are selected by the board of education from a list of interested individuals. We are looking for three people to serve on this committee. If you are interested in serving on this committee or have questions, please contact Superintendent Anthony Strong at 859-654-6911 or mail a letter of interest to him at 2525 Hwy 27 N, Falmouth, KY 41040.

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Pledge for the "CURE" The week of October 21-27 is Kentucky Safe Schools Week.  Become part of the "cure" and stop bullying inschools by helping to create a healthy, safe  learning environment!  to pledge your support now!! 
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2012-13 Bus Routes
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