The Piner Press Feb. 14, 2018 Edition

Piner Elementary-A KCSD School of Distinction!

It's here! Kindergarten Registration for 2018-19

It's time to register your little one for next year's Kindergarten class! Come and complete the enrollment paperwork tomorrow (February 15, 2018) from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. or 6:00-7:30 p.m. If those dates and times don't work for you, please call our office at 859-356-2155 and we will work to accommodate your needs. See the information below for the items needed to enroll your child. Remember, current KCSD preschool students must complete Kindergarten enrollment. Open enrollment and Tuition enrollment requests for Kindergarten must be completed by February 22 following registration at the student's home school. Please call us with any questions, and share the news with your friends and neighbors!

School will be closed Monday, February 19 for the President's Day Holiday.

Our Jump Rope for Heart event will take place February 20-23 during the students' PE class. Please help support the American Heart Association with your donations!

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Just Around the Corner: Family Reading and Math Night and Book Fair

Mark your Calendars: Piner Family Math and Reading Night March 1, 2018 6:00-7:30 p.m. Bookfair and Volunteer Orientation start at 5:30 p.m. Light dinner will be served and doorprizes awarded at the end of the evening.

Bookfair Information

It’s time for the Book Fair! Our spring Scholastic Book Fair will be held from February 26-March 2. This year’s theme is “Paws for Books.”

Students have a chance to win a visit with a K-9 Dog and his officer!

We are very excited to announce that during the book fair, we will be participating in Scholastic’s “All for Books” Program. With your support and donations, this program will help us get more books for our school library, classrooms, and students. In addition, Scholastic matches our donations by giving up to $1 million dollars in books to “The Scholastic Possible Fund.” This fund distributes books to several deserving children’s organizations.

To promote the “All for Books” program we have created a PAWSOME contest for our students! Eight lucky students will win a chance to meet and read aloud to the Kenton County K-9 dog and his Police Officer! To participate in the contest, students only need to donate change (any amount) to the “All for Books Program.” Once a student donates they will be given a raffle ticket to fill out. At the conclusion of the book fair, eight winning student names will be drawn from the raffle. We are very excited about this cool opportunity for our students!


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