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Congratulations to the New SBDM Members!

Congratulations to our newly elected SBDM Council. Our members for the 2016-17 school year are parents Rhonda Davis and Jon Adkins, and teachers Emily Thompson, Hillary Lubbers, and Bethany Endicott.  Thanks to each of you for your commitment to helping improve student achievement at Piner.

Address Changes

If you are moving this summer and your child (incoming grades 1-5) will no longer attend Piner, please let us know in the office so that we may prepare your student’s records for his or her next school and help your transition to go smoothly.  859-356-2155. Thank you!

Cafeteria Charges

Miss Monica, our cafeteria manager, needs to balance her books before summer! If you received a letter stating that you owe lunch charges, please pay the charges before the last day of school. Questions? Call Monica Trattles at 356-2155 ext. 5014. We appreciate your help with this!

Camp Invention

Ryland Heights is hosting a STEAM based camp through the National Inventors Hall of Fame this summer. It is called Camp Invention.  To register go to www.campinvention.org https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwaaxwG8SvM

Summer Swim Lessons at Scott High School

For information on Summer Swim Lessons at Scott High School, please contact Kenton County Schools Aquatics Coordinator Lavardo Pennerman at lavardo.pennerman@kenton.kyschools.us

Piner student wins writing contest

Congratulations to Piner student Eliza Davis, who won the AARP Kenton County Grandparent Writing Contest!

Spring Dress Code

Now that the weather is finally warming up, students have been asking if it is acceptable to wear shorts. With the variable nature of spring weather, please keep an eye on the forecast and help your student to choose appropriate attire. If the weather is going to be warm (i.e. 70 degrees or more), fingertip-length shorts are okay. Sandals may also be worn if they have a back (no flip flops, please.)
Please remember to wear gym shoes on PE days.

Summer Learning Program Information

This summer, our Summer Learning Program will be greatly expanded, thanks to our partnership with the YMCA and the 21st Century Grant.  Registration information is being sent home today, but please note that our program will start June 6 and run daily from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday through July 7.  Lunch is included.  Busing will be provided Tuesdays and Thursdays, and there will be a one-time cost of $25 per family for students to participate. We will have a limit of 20 students per grade level. Be sure to return your students’ registrations as soon as possible to secure their places in the program.

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