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Kindergarten Registration Information - Updated kindergarten registration
Early Childhood Learning my pre k
IMPORTANT- New Immunization Requirements Important

New KY Immunization Requirements- Students will be required to have the Hep A Vaccination Series for the 2018 2019 School Year.

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Coming Soon.... May the 4th Be With You
Cookie Dough Pick Up Cookie Dough Pick Up

Cookie Dough Pick Up in the Lobby

School Play Beauty and the Beast Jr
Kentucky Immunization Requirements doctor
Veteran's Day Celebration Veteran's Day Assembly

Veterans Day

Book Fair Book Fair

Book Fair Coming Soon

Curriculum Night

Be sure to attend to learn about your child's curriculum, daily routines and how you can help them at home.
chalkboard curriculum night
Mark your calendars for our upcoming Curriculum Nights:
Tuesday, Sept. 5th 2nd grade @5:15pm & 1st grade @6:30pm

Thursday, Sept. 7th- Kindergarten @5:15pm & 4th grade @6:30pm

Tuesday, Sept. 12th – Pre-school/3rd grade @5:15pm & 5th grade @6:30pm



Spirit Wear Sale Spirit Wear

Our Spirit Wear sale deadline has been extended. 
You can now order spirit wear until September 1st!
Be sure to get your spirit wear shirts to wear on our Friday School Spirit Days. #mustangpride

Many styles to choose from, order online:

school spirit wear shirts

Get your Mustang Pride Spirit Wear today!




Solar Eclipse


Important Information about the Solar Eclipse

On Monday August 21st, 2017 we will experience a total solar eclipse, an event that hasn’t occurred over the U.S. mainland since 1979.  A total solar eclipse, which is when the moon completely covers the sun, will occur across 14 states in the continental U.S. along a 70-mile-wide swath of the country.  While Boone County is not located in this area, we will still be able to view the partial solar eclipse.

This event will be an extraordinary educational opportunity for our students.  Many of our schools will have special activities or lessons planned for this day to accompany the event.  While this event is extremely exciting for our students, we must also acknowledge the importance of proper eye safety.  While it should be common sense not to stare directly at the sun with your naked eyes, this advice will be even more important during this event.  The eclipse must be viewed only through proper eclipse glasses.  Schools with planned viewing activities will require students to wear proper solar eclipse glasses.

In order to protect our students’ eyes during this event:

  • Students will not participate in any unstructured outdoor activities, including recess
  • Students will be advised to not look directly at the sun without wearing solar eclipse glasses
  • We will provide additional personnel until 4pm for parents who do not want their children riding the bus during the eclipse.Children who do not ride the bus for that reason will have to be picked up by parents at 4pm.

The gang is back and we're ready for a new year that is out of this world!

Star Wars gang

School starts August 16th, but you can join us for Back to School Night on Thursday, August 10th!

For students entering grades 1-5 and Preschool:

-5:00 PM to 6:00 PM will be for families with last names beginning with letters A - M.
-6:30 PM to 7:30 PM will be for families with last names beginning with letters N - Z.

For Kindergarten:

-5:00 PM to 6:00 PM will be for students enrolled in the MORNING kindergarten.
-6:30 PM to 7:30 PM will be for students enrolled in the AFTERNOON kindergarten.

On Saturday, August 5th at 10:00 am we will have our 2017-18 class lists posted on the front lobby doors.



Summer STEAM Camps Are Here!

EES STEAM Camp, Rocket Girls, June 19th-23rd

June 19th-23rd 1:00PM - 4:00PM at Erpenbeck Elementary in Florence, KY
Rocket Girls STEAM Academy is open to girls who will be entering grades 4-7 in the Fall of 2017. Join Ms. Thomson, Ms. Klosinski, Mr. Holloway and many of your friends as we investigate the necessary skills to travel out of this world! The focus of this camp experience will be on introduction or next level development of 3D design and printing, learning the basics of robotic programming Mars Rovers, and building their very own rocket for launch on the final day, which they get to keep. This camp is partially funded by the generosity of the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative and their funding partners. A nominal fee of $35 is used to cover the cost of additional materials. Direct all inquiries to kyle.holloway@boone.kyschools.us

Register at Rocket Girls

Tomorrowland Returns!

It's back! Tomorrowland is the area's most interactive LEGO Town. Our model community grows each year and includes engineering for creating energy, communications systems, and lots of moving parts! The best part is YOU can operate different parts of the town! Come visit Wednesday-Friday, May 17th-19th, from 4-7pm.

To help our community grow, our town collects taxes by asking for a $3 donation per person. Students of Erpenbeck are free. Thank you and come join the fun!

Lego Town interactive model

Mulan, Jr.

Mulan Jr April 21st & 22nd

Annual Japanese Festival

Annual Japanese Festival on April 29th from 3-6pm

Boone County Art Show

Boone COunty Art Show at the Library April 21st-30th.

Help Fight Childhood Cancer!

Alex's Lemonade Stand to fight childhood cancer at Erpenebck Elementary on March 31st, 4:30-7:30pm

The Book Fair is Coming!

Book Fair March 27th-March 3st

The Book Fair is coming back, March 27-March 31st to our library. Family Nights will be from 4-7pm on Monday and Friday of that week.

Your child can preview and purchase in the library as well as online March 22nd through April 4th. Check out this link to see more of the many great options available!

Erpenbeck Book Fair!

Boone County Schools are CLOSED

Boone County Schools are CLOSED for WEDNESDAY MARCH 1st. There will be no Elementary School bus pick up. Students already at school will stay until it is safe to release them. Parents may pick up students from their schools. High School driving students will be released when their principals deem it's safe to release them.