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.. 

Student Board Representative

Student Board Representative

In order to ensure appropriate information and participation from students in the system, one (1) Student Board Representative shall be elected annually from the high school to sit as a non-voting member of the Board of Education.  The Student Board Representative shall be entitled to attend and participate in Board meetings help in open session and may express opinion’s and advise the Board on all issues which come before it.


The Student Board Representative must be a senior in good standing in the District.  Student Board Representatives will be elected from the junior class in high school to serve during their senior year.  They must have and maintain an overall grade point average of 3.5 or higher both before the time of their election and during their senior year.

Click here for nomination form.


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.



Superintendent Announces Closing Dates

On Monday Governor Beshear signed legislation to address the impact of this winter's weather on school calendars.  Click "Read More" to see what this means for Pendleton County Schools.

PHS FFA Rocks at Regionals!

Pendleton County High School was well represented at the Northern Kentucky Regional FFA Competition on Thursday afternoon. They competed against eleven (11) other local high school chapters and were very successful.

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.

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!  


Jeans Honored as Teacher of the Week!

Congratulations to PHS Art and Drama teacher, Debbie Jeans, who was surprised on Friday, February 27, by Warm 98 FM in Cincinnati with a Teacher of the Week Award.  Ms. Jeans was nominated by her students. 

Four Teammates Sign to Play at KCU

Congratulations to Max Dewald, CJ Osborne, Cody Hanser and Logan Wilson who committed to continue their soccer career at Kentucky Christian University. Good luck to these PHS Wildcats who will remain teammates at the next level!!

Hammond, Gosney, & Turner Named to 10th Region HOF

Congratulations to Jimmy Hammond from Falmouth High School, David Gosney and David Turner from Pendleton County High School who were recented selected to the Tenth Region Boys Basketball Hall of Fame.

Smith Named to Girls Tenth Region Hall of Fame

Congratulations to Pendleton County's Athletic Director, Keith Smith, who was recently selected into the Tenth Region Girls Basketball Hall of Fame.  Keith has coached several different sports over the years and is being recognized for his time as Girls Varsity Basketball Coach.  Coach Smith is most proud of his 38th District Championship Title and making it to the Tenth Region Semi-finals.  Congratulations Coach Smith! 

PHS Cheerleaders Excellent at Performing Stunts

Congratulations to Delaney Childers, Molly Burgemeir, Kyla Moreland, and Grace Beebe for winning the NKCCA Jr Stunt Group title on Saturday.  All four of these young ladies received the Academic Awards as well.  Way to go, gals!

Sudberry Named Teacher of the Month

Congratulations to Ms. Angel Sudberry who was nominated TEACHER OF THE MONTH by  Zimmer Motors & WNKR/Classic Country 106.7FM.  The contest includes all counties in the Northern Kentucky portion of Greater Cincinnati. Ms. Sudberry was nominated by Haley P. and her 7th period class was rewarded with a pizza party on Friday, February 21.  Way to go, Ms. Sudberry!

KHEAA "Promote Your School" $500 Scholarship for Juniors
A rising junior at one of KY's public or private high schools will win a $500 scholarship and a photo shoot at his/her school through the "Promote Your School" scholarship contest, sponsored by the KY Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).  Photos from the winning school will be used in KHEAA publications and on KHEAA websites.
To enter students must submit a 200 word essay about one of these subjects:
  • What my aspiration for my generation is
  • How I am preparing for my future
  • How my education plans will affect my community
  • What a middle school student should do in high school to prepare for college
Interested students should speak with their English II teacher for more details. Additional information also available in the Counseling Office. The deadline for submissions in May 31.

Principal's Corner

The 2013-2014 school year is flying by!   Our teachers and students are preparing for their end of course assessments and the college/career readiness assessments.  We wish good luck to all of our students as they p...

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