Erpenbeck Enquirer

The Week of April 4

We are building the community of tomorrow using 21st century skills today!

Dates To Know:


4 Volunteer Training 8am in Library

8 Booster-thon Run (Run will take place at EES gym, families are welcome!)

11-15 Spring Break

22 Erpenbeck Elementary MAKER FAIR (see Mr. Holloway for entry forms)

22 My Heart Rocks Program for 3rd graders

23 Makerspace Expo (BCHS)

25 Boone County Art Show

26 Club Picture Day

29 and 30 Erpenbeck Aladdin Jr. Play


2-6 BOGO Book Fair

6 Ockerman Middle School Orientation for 5th Graders 9 -11:00AM

6-7 Tomorrowland PBL event

10 Honor Choir Concert

11 Parent Orientation for students attending OMS Fall 2016 6:30 - 7:30

14 Scratch STEAM event @ EES

14 Japanese Festival @ Mann Elementary School

17 NO SCHOOL Election Day

24 5th Grade Promotion Ceremony 5:30PM


We are about half way through our Fun Run program! Our school is raising funds for new technology! Remember, you can help support Erpenbeck Elementary by logging your students' pledges on, plus watch character videos online too! Thank you parents for all of your support! Registration Code: 417146

Parents and family members are welcome to come out to support your students' running in our gym at our Boosterthon! The schedule is as follows:

9:15-9:45 AM Kindergarten Fun Run

9:45-10:45 5th grade Fun Run

10:45-11:45 4th grade Fun Run

12:40-1:40 PM Kindergarten/1st grade Fun Run

1:40-2:35 2nd grade Fun Run

2:35-3:30 3rd grade Fun Run

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SPRING BREAK April 11-15

We will see everyone back on Monday, April 18th!

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Our first graders are collecting pull tabs from cans for the Ronald McDonald House. Please send in with your student as you are collecting and we will make sure they get to our first graders. Thanks!

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Are you tired of stepping on legos around the house? Have your kids out grown all the legos they got for gifts?

If so....We are looking for lego donations!!!

We can even stop by and pick them up if you don't have time to drop them off!!

School Supply Kits On Sale

April 18-29 – More info to come!

Coming Soon....

Mark your calendar for the Erpenbeck students performing Aladdin Jr! April 29th and 30th.

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As a school, we have been devoted to the PBL (Project Based Learning) model of teaching and learning and have worked hard to bring every single student and staff member together for one School-wide PBL project! In keeping with the idea of innovation and creativity, we have titled it “Tomorrowland!” This project, featuring hundreds of thousands of Legos, robotics, engineering and design processes, has fulfilled our year-long mission statement of “Building the community of tomorrow using 21st century skills today!”

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with our progress!

FB- Tomorrowland EES and Twitter @TomorrowlandEES

Here is the link to our Tomorrowland website:

The Business Engagement Tour will take place on Friday, May 6 from 4:00-5:30PM.

The community open viewing of our event will be on May 6 from 6:00-7:30PM and again on Saturday, May 7 from 10AM-1PM.

Donations will be accepted on Friday, May 6th and a fee of $3.00 per individual with up to $10.00 maximum per family will be charged on Saturday. The cost will go towards assisting our school with our STEAM Lab , technology, and future PBL endeavors.

Please forward this announcement onto friends and family and share with whomever you feel appropriate.

We would love to make this an amazing event for our students on May 6 and 7 at Erpenbeck Elementary!

Thank you for all your support as we work to create the BEST learning environment for our amazing students!

Business Engagement Tour TomorrowLand

Erpenbeck Elementary School


The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce

After Hours

Business Engagement Tour

Friday, May 6, 2016

4:00 - 5:30pm


Erpenbeck Elementary School

9001 Wetherington Blvd

Florence, Kentucky


In each and every class, the students and teachers of Erpenbeck have embraced the idea of building a stronger community through collaboration across all disciplines to learn, investigate and create a better Tomorrow. That mindset has empowered students and teachers alike to engage in an atmosphere of learning that focuses on how we can make our dreams come true. From serving others to engineering solutions, come see what Tomorrowland has to offer.

Visit our website for more info:

How can your business be a part of "Tomorrowland"?

Your business name in the program: $20

Name in the program and a Billboard with your logo in "Tomorrowland" * $50

Program, Billboard with logo and a Replica of your building in "Tomorrowland" $150

If you are interested, please contact Kyle Holloway @ 384-7200 or

Mother-Son Night at Florence Freedom - Saturday, May 14 – More info to come

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Please have your children stop by the front lobby if they have lost a jacket or any other items. We will donate the items during spring break if they are not collected.