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
On Saturday, February 18, our MathCounts club participated in the regional competition at NKU. Our team won third place! Congratulations to Ross Lux, Jacob Robke, Drew Kent, Jason Reid, and to all our participants! Way to represent SPX! We are so proud of you!
Congratulations to Trey Gronotte for being a finalist in the Diocesan Pro-Life Essay Contest. Trey and his parents will be honored at Bishop Howard Memorial Auditorium on March 14. We are very proud of Trey and his willingness to use his writing talents as an ambassador for life!
Congratulations to eighth grade student, Annabelle Sunday, for receiving recognition in the 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, presented by Northern Kentucky Affiliate. She is being honored with a Silver Key Award for her critical essay, Speaking Up for the Disabled in a Dark, Silent World. Annabelle and her parents will be honored at Notre Dame Academy on March 25. Congratulations to Annabelle
We would like to congratulate Grace Martin for receiving an academic scholarship to Holy Cross High School. Grace scored in the top 2% on the High School Placement Test taken in December. We congratulate Grace, along with her parents, David and Kristy Martin.
St. Pius X's 6th grade "Panther Pause", an enrichment elective group, organized a school-wide art and writing contest in honor of the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King. The contest theme was "Let Freedom Ring!". The students established the contest guidelines, promoted the contest through posters and morning announcements, set up the judging criteria, and evaluated all entries. On Friday, January 13th, the students presented a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Program for the entire school. The program included speakers, video clips of Dr. King's speech, singing, and the presentation of the contest winners, including Dr. King Citizenship Awards that were given to several St. Pius X faculty and staff. The contest has allowed St. Pius X School to honor the enduring accomplishments of Dr. King and to acknowledge the gifts and talents that God has so generously bestowed upon our students.