Panther Pride News
May 13, 2022
Potter Gray Elementary staff and families are committed to providing a caring, productive, learning environment in which all children can develop their abilities and talents to the maximum.
School Hours: 8:00am-3:00pm
May STAR Leaders
Calendar of Events
RELATED ARTS WEEK C
May 16 & 17
5th Grade Promotion @ 1:00 p.m.
1st, 2nd, & 3rd Grade to Kerieakes Park
Pouncing Panthers Try-outs - 3:30-4:30
Last Day for Students
3-5th Grade Talent Show @ 9:00 a.m.
Report Cards go home
End of the Year is Approaching...Quickly.
May 16th - 5th Grade Promotion @ 1:00 p.m. - We look forward to this awesome day! We will be celebrating with our 5th grade students and their parents. There will be a desert reception, coordinated by 4th grade parents, in the cafeteria following promotion activities.
May 17th - 3-5 Talent Show @ 9:00 a.m. & Last day of school - A performance schedule sent out on DoJo early this week as to what order the groups will perform. We look forward to this fun event!
1st Day School Supplies - To Order Click Picture
Summer Fun with the Warren County Public Library
YOU DID IT!! Only a handful of days left of school! We hope you are getting ready to REST and to enjoy your summer!
Please help us one final time in spreading the word about our Summer Reading Program to your students and their families! I have attached the final draft of our Summer Reading Schedule (camps have not filled up yet, so there is still space for folks to enroll!). Folks can find more info if they visit warrenpl.org/summer
I have also included a poster to advertise our Kick-off event at the National Corvette Museum on Thursday, June 9th! We are looking for volunteers that day, so if you or anyone you know is interested in lending a hand, let us know!
Sending you ALL THE LOVE!
Laura Beth & Court and everyone at WCPL
Potter Gray & BGISD Attendance Policy
Below is an outline of our school and district's attendance policy. Instructional hours at Potter Gray are from 8:00am-3:00pm. If your child gets to school late (after 8:00am) they are considered tardy.
To excuse absences or tardies we must receive a written note (examples: doctors note, hand written parent note, or an email). Once the note is received by the front office, the attendance code is changed within Infinite Campus from an unexcused absence/tardy to an excused absence/tardy. If a child is quarantined due to Covid, once the quarantine or positive case is confirmed, those absences are automatically adjusted and do not require a written note.
At weeks end, Mr. Brown prints attendance letters and mails them to the parents of students who have either 3, 5 or 7 unexcused absences/tardies. If you receive one of these letters please communicate with the front office to provide proper paperwork for the absences on record.
EXCUSED ABSENCES AND TARDIES:
- Death or severe illness in the student’s immediate family;
- Illness of the student;
- Documented military leave/return of a parent or guardian;
- Other valid reasons as determined by the Principal, including trips qualifying as educational enhancement opportunities.
A student is allowed 5 days excused with parent notes and 7 days with doctor notes per school year. After 7 doctor notes have been used, the district medical excuse form must be submitted for excused absences and/or tardies. Parent and doctor notes must be turned in to the school within 72 hours of the student’s absence.
CHRONIC ABSENTEEISM: Missing more than 10% of the school year, or 17 days, for any reason, excused or unexcused. TRUANCY: A student who has been absent or tardy without a valid excuse for three or more days is considered truant. A student reported as a truant two or more times is a habitual truant. Students reaching the status of habitual truant can expect a home visit from a school district official. Continuing absences or tardies will result in referral to the court system.
Ident-a-Kid Visitor Sign-in
Click the Picture Below for the PG PTO Site
Lunch Room Volunteers
Community Events & Information (click the pictures below)
With schools back in session, it’s more important than ever for all students to have health care
coverage. KCHIP can help. The Kentucky Children’s Health Insurance Program provides free health insurance for anyone under 19 in low-to-moderately-low-income households. So, if your child (or a child you know) needs health care coverage, please look into KCHIP. It covers practically everything. And it’s free. To learn about qualifications and how to apply, simply go to kynect.ky.gov/kchip or call (877) 524-4718.