National Blue Ribbon Award
For Excellence 2001 | 2015

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We celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday with a whole week of fun activities. Students wore hats for Cat in the Hat Day, green for Green Eggs and Ham Day, moustaches for the Lorax Day, and mismatched socks for Fox in Sox Day. Students also brought in their favorites books and a cozy blanket for Drop Everything and Read Time.

The St. Pius X School community celebrated Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service.

St. Pius X kindergarten students sponsored a Holiday Food Drive benefiting Be Concerned. The students used the donations to create a “Castle of Cans”!

St. Pius X students made a living Advent wreath during the school's Advent Prayer Service.

2nd grade students presented the American flag at the school’s Veterans Day Prayer Service.

Veterans attending the St. Pius X School Veterans Day Prayer Service demonstrated folding the American flag.

As the second grade students prepare for their First Reconciliation and First Communion, they each chose a saint to research and present to their class. Dressed as their saint, they held a saint parade after an all school Mass.

Congratulations to first grader, Claire Gunning, third grader, Maura Dwyer, and 7th grader, Claire Weaver, for coming in first place and 2nd grader, Anna Sparks, and 7th grader, Regan Rolfsen, for their honorable mention win in the "Why I Love America Calendar Contest" sponsored by the Kenton County Attorney's office. Way to go!

Parent Volunteers and assistant principal, Mrs. Greenwell, visited the K-2nd grade students in library to read books reinforcing our school theme, “Shaped by God to be Wonderful”.