The following teachers were honored at this year’s Diocesan Teacher Recognition Luncheon for the following numbers of years of service to our Diocese:
- 5 year Anniversaries - Amanda Hyams, Meghan Frost, Jeff Slater, Tracie Wiehe
- 10 year Anniversaries - Kathy Brunot, Joanna Tallarigo
- 15 year anniversary - Karen Henson
Annabelle Sunday received third place for her essay in Covington Catholic's National English Honor Society Writing Competition. Annabelle explained her personal growth over the past few years, while overcoming several challenges. We are so proud of her dedication and strong work ethic!
A huge congratulations goes out to Trey Gronotte! Trey won 1st place at the state competition for National History Day and has earned a spot in the National History Day Competition in Washington, D.C. from June 11-15! Gret job Tey and good luck at Nationals!
Trey has also been invited to display his National History Day project at the Smithsonian Institution’s American History Museum as part of a special showcase the week of the National History Day Competition. Each state gets to choose one exhibit to send to the showcase, and the Kentucky Historical Society chose Trey’s. As part of this experience, he will spend a day at the museum, interacting with curators, other staffers, members of the public, and an occasional VIP visitor.
Dalton Sunday, a 7th grader at St. Pius, competed at the Kentucky Science and Engineering Fair held at Eastern Kentucky University. Dalton was among 300 participants competing in the Naval Science division. Awards were given by the Marines and Navy and Dalton was only one of three that received the Naval Award! How incredible! Congratulations Dalton!!!
Congratulations to 8th Grader, Annabelle Sunday, for being awarded the Silver Key for her critical essay at the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition. This competition was for students in grades 7-12 from this region. The awards ceremony was held on Saturday, April 1 at Notre Dame Academy. Great job Annabelle!
Congratulations to Regan Rolfson from homeroom 502! She entered the school-wide t-shirt design contest with more than 30 other students. Her design was voted on by the student body and received the most votes. Look for her design during the next spiritwear sale.
The following students competed in the Diocesan Academic Showcase on Monday, March 13 at Bishop Brossart High School and placed in their division. Congratulations to all those who represent St. Pius!
- Jason Reid - 1st Place Math
- Madison Matthews - 2nd Place Oratory
- Jenna Barlage - 2nd Place Storytelling
- Reagan Baker - 3rd Place Art
- Jillian MacKnight - 3rd Place Science
- Trey Gronotte - 2nd Place Social Studies