SaintsGiving Day 2017

The week of October 16-20, the SPPS school community will come together in the spirit of giving and generosity to “Share Our Gifts” in acts of service, artistic expression, academics, faith, and financial giving. Each grade level will share the gift of attending SPPS with the Lexington Community by completing a service project in the downtown area. This is one of many ways that SPPS students will share their gifts with others during this week of giving and celebrating all that God has blessed us with by being a part of SPPS.

The highlight of the week is Wednesday, October 18, SaintsGiving Day, when the extended SPPS community will come together for 24 hours of giving. All donations will go to benefit the school. The SPPS Annual Fund goal is $200,000! Sts. Giving Day will be the single biggest effort to reach that goal. We welcome all parents, alumni, local business, grandparents, and friends to participate in this community-wide challenge.

Won’t You Give a Gift? We hope that you will join us in celebrating the gift of SPPS through a donation. No amount is too big or too small. 

Kroger Community Rewards

The Kroger Community Rewards program is a great way to support SPPS while you grocery shop.  Every time you scan your Plus card or enter your alternate ID, the school will receive a percentage of your purchase.  Last year we received $5,000 from this program. 

If you have not already registered your Kroger Plus Card, please take a few minutes to do so by going to  Our group number is 11646.  If you have any questions about the program, please contact the office at (859) 254-9257 or




Dear Families,

I hope everyone enjoyed their Christmas and you are ready for a great new year! At SPPS, we take bullying very seriously and I am happy to say that our students are very good about reporting problems they see. However, to be sure we encourage reporting ongoing bullying issues, we will be using a new online reporting system called Sprigeo. Students will be able to report incidents online from their phone, computer, tablet, etc. This system includes a parent education module that I think would be very helpful in determining the difference between bad behavior and bullying behavior. Please take some time to review the module and talk with your children about the system and how it should be used appropriately. A link to the reporting side of the system will be posted on the SPPS website and the parent information can be viewed here:  

 We are so lucky to have your children at SPPS and appreciate the support from the families to keep everyone safe and sound while on campus. Thanks for being our partners.

Jamie Burch – principal

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