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Ponderosa Elementary (k-5) News

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Preschoolers Develop a Love for Reading
Board of Education Contemplates Teacher Raises
Statement from the Superintendent Regarding BCHS Teacher Suspension
Middle-school girls’ day out builds resiliency and self-esteem
Empty Bowls - Fundraiser for the Community Kitchen
KY Commissioner of Ed. to hold Town Meetings
New softball field pondered
Bills on Capitol Hill that KASA is monitoring
National School Breakfast Week T-Shirts on Sale
Concerns over Charter Schools bill
All Jazzed up to play at state board convention
Local TV News (WSAZ) does a story on the BC Sparkles
BCPS students win several placements at the ACTC/FIVCO Science and Engineering Fair
BCMS's Hoffman Casts Page-turning Magic Spell on Students
KINDERGARTEN ENTRY AGE CUTOFF MOVES TO AUGUST 1
Boyd BOE pleased with middle school renovations
Payton Marcum Daily Independent's Player of the Year
Boyd on AP honor roll
Carson McClelland encourages classmates to raise money for toy drive
Public Forum for School Planning Dec. 12 at BCHS Library
Boyd students in ACTC's Christmas Carol
Catlettsburg Elementary helps decorate outdoor trees
Summit Wins New Gym Floor!
BC Wrestling Nike Wear - Buy to support the team!
Boyd County Foundation For Children, Inc. has received KMEA district award
VOTES needed for a new gym floor at Summit
Carly Baldwin Selected as 2016 KSTA High School Science Teacher of the Year
Soccer Players Get Unique Chance to Shine
Vote for Summit Elementary to get a new gym floor
Boyd County Team Store Helps Cheer Teams
Regina Sutton: from the cafeteria to the classroom
Leveling out in education - article featuring Ben Maynard, Summit Principal
Sparkle Effect
District STAR Testing Window
Carly Baldwin Receives Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching
Area Education Grants Offering Teacher Grants Through Donors Choose
Town Center Mall to Raise Money for Schools 8/1 to 8/28

Ashland Town Center, Ashland's premier indoor shopping destination, will raise money for local schools through its annual Earning for Learning promotional program. Shoppers can help their schools earn points when they turn in receipts from purchases made at the mall Monday, August 1 through Sunday, August 28th, 2016.

Shoppers are encouraged to bring their day-of-purchase receipts to the Guest Services Center where they can decide which school will receive the points earned from their purchases. Each week, the school in first place will receive $600, second place, $300, and third place will be presented with $150.

Double points will be given to shoppers on Mondays and Tuesdays during the promotion. Additionally, purchases from select stores will be worth double points each week. Shoppers can find each week's double point stores posted at Guest Services on the Ashland Town Center website and on social media. Each receipt redeemed will provide a shopper with the chance to win a $25 Ashland Town Center gift card. One winner will be slected at random and awarded weekly.

School supporters can enjoy Ashland Town Center's mix of more than 70 popular stores including Belk, JC Penney, American Eagle Outfitters, Bath and Body Works, Carter's, Kay Jewlerlers and more.

For more information, please call 606-324-1100 or visit wwww.ashlandtowncenter.com. Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/ashlandtowncenter and follow us on Twiter @ShopAshland and on instagram @AshlandTownCenter

Start Date for School Year Pushed Back to August 10th
Congrats All-Area Track and Field Team Members
BCHS Teacher Carly Baldwin Named to one of 12 Finalist Teams in Agents for Learning Challenge
Commissioner of Ed. Holding Virtual Town Hall Meeting
Support BCHS Cheerleaders - Buy Cool Stuff Online - HURRY! Ends June 5!
Free Meals This Summer
2016 Graduation Ceremony - Important Information
Boyd County Foundation For Children, Inc. Announces Grant Recipients for the 2016-2017 School Year
Super Summer Camps at MSU
Theresa Kazee Receives KSCA Service Award
Dime Wars
Gov. Bevin's message to all students taking KPREP assessments
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Ponderosa Elementary (k-5)
16701 Ponderosa Drive
Catlettsburg, KY 41129
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Phone: 606-928-2330
Fax: 606.928-2337