All students will have a Summer Reading Assignment and Grades 6-8 will have a Summer Math Assignment. These assignments are due the first day of school in August. Details can be found below. Your student's assignment is listed under the grade they are going into, not the grade they just finished.
- First Grade: Reading Assignment
- Second Grade: Reading Assignment
- Third Grade: Reading Assignment
- Fourth Grade: Reading Assignment
- Fifth Grade: Reading Assignment
- Sixth Grade: Reading Assignment, Math Assignment
- Seventh Grade: Reading Assignment, Math Assignment
- Eighth Grade: Reading Assignment, Math Assignment - Simple Solutions Finish the Book (Lesson 140)
The St. Pius X School community gathered on Monday, April 16th, to officially open their new playground playset. The blessing and ribbon cutting ceremony was a celebration of the hard work and determination of a committed group of people. The school's Parent Teacher Guild spent countless hours organizing a Pumpkin Fun Run last fall to raise money. The Bray Family donated the remainder of the money needed to complete the playset project. Mr. and Mrs. Bray, grandparents to first grade student, Jade Bray, wanted to honor Mrs. Bray’s parents, Ambrose and Mary Jane Schwab, who worked so very hard to send their ten children to St. Pius X School and Catholic high schools. We are eternally thankful for their support! The students are looking forward to countless hours of fun on the new playset!
Members of the Bray family join St. Pius X principal, Mrs. Jill Lonnemann, pastor, Fr. Baiju Kidaagen, and assistant principal, Mrs. Betsy Greenwell at the ceremony.
Third grade enjoyed learning about developmental delays during Everybody Counts. We were blessed to have Adam McNickle and his parents come to speak with us about their experience living with Downs Syndrome.
Congratulations to the following 8th grade students who won scholarships to Holy Cross, Notre Dame Academy, and Covington Catholic High Schools!
Kendall Aytes, Matthew Gerdes, Dylan Arlinghaus, Ryan Pulsfort, Jillian MacKnight, Macie Feldman, Ian Noll, Jenna Barlage, Spencer Doerger
Congratulations to the 3rd and 4th grade members of the Lego League who competed this past weekend in the Lego League Expo! The students were poised, excited, knew their stuff, and did a wonderful job representing St. Pius X and our STEM program. We are so proud!!!!
Team Water Base won the Inquiring Minds Award. The Savage Sharks won the Master Programmer Award. The Aqua Surfers won the Complexity and Decoration Award.
The St. Pius X Robotics Team competed in the Covington Catholic Colonel Classic - KY VEX State Qualifier this past weekend. The teams did well in their competitions and skills tests. They did a great job of working together as they competed with their robots they designed, developed and tested. Overall the teams finished in 20th and 39th place which is great considering most of the teams were high school teams at the match. The students demonstrated team work, problem solving and pizza eating skills! Way to go!
The 6th grade students have been learning about Ancient Greece, mythology, and engineering! As a STEM project the students read the Greek myths of the Trojan Horse and the Minotaur's labyrinth. They then designed their own Trojan Horses or maze and participated in competitions that judged their projects speed and design.