Peaks Mill Elementary School: 100 Peaks Mill Road, Frankfort, KY 40601
Phone: 502-875-8450 | Fax: 502-875-8452
FRED Students of the Month
students with Mr. Josh
Team Work @ the Back to School Bash
Mrs. King and Ms. Johnson handing out car rider numbers
Jump Start into First Grade
Mrs. Click talking with her new first graders as they sit on the carpet.
Donations from Access Soup Kitchen
Staff holing baskets of school supplies
Our First Grade Teachers are a brave bunch!
First grade teachers holding a snake.
Bricks for Kidz Stem Project
Bricks for Kidz Stem Project
Kiss a Goat Mrs. Manning kissing an adorable goat!
Mrs. Manning kissing an adorable goat!
Silly String Mrs. and Mrs. Allen
Silly String Mrs. and Mrs. Allen
Students celebrating being #1 in the district for KPREP
Students celebrating being number one in the district for KPREP
Ms. Jones Art Class Collage
Ms. Jones' Art Class, colorful art collage in the hallway.
5th grade teachers on Math Day
5th grade teachers on Math Day.

Peaks Mill Elementary


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News

Preschool Screening Jan. 11 2018

PRESCHOOL SCREENINGS

The Franklin County Schools is offering a preschool screening for parents who would like to find out if their 3- or 4-year-old child(ren) is (are) eligible for free public preschool.
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Pizza Inn Fundraiser Flyer Nov. 5


Red Ribbon & Bully Prevention Week

Red Ribbon and Bully Prevention Week

October 22-26

-Monday October 22 – Kindness Matters

Wear orange to unite against bullying

-Tuesday October 23 – The Answer is Always Be Drug Free

Wear your school spirit gear and ace your test today!  

-Wednesday October 24 – Be Incredible – Reveal Your Super Hero

Wear your favorite super hero shirt in support of Safe Schools Week

-Thursday October 26 – Kindness…Pass it on

Please bring in a note, written by you and your parent to give to someone at school, it can be a classmate, bus driver, or staff member.

-Friday October 27 – Its Cool to be Drug Free

Wear your sunglasses

We at Peaks Mill want our students and families to lead a drug and bully free life. We are going to promote a drug and bully free life with a week of activities that reinforces that being drug and bully free is a choice that we all can make for ourselves. During this week we will also promote safe schools, which is the movement to continue to keep our students safe while at school.


Its Fall Festival Time!

 
Join us
Friday. November 2nd 
6:00pm-8:00pm
Peaks Mill  

The Book Fair is Coming Soon!

Book Fair is coming soon!! Oct. 9-17. Visit the bookfair webpage to get more information and time! 
Special Event: Breakfast with the book fair Oct. 11, 7:00-7:45 am Parents/Guardians are invited to bring their child/children to the library to shop in the book fair and have donuts and milk.
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PME Goal Tree encourages students to set goals.

Peaks Mill Elementary's Goal Tree Gets Students to Set Goals

The "theme" for Franklin County Schools this year is "growth." That means we are committed to finding ways to grow in every area, including personally, professionally, instructionally, relationally and in every other way.
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2018 - 2019 SCHOOL CALENDAR

Need to see the 2018 - 2019 School Calendar? You can see and download it here!
School supplies

School Supply Lists

 
 

Customer Service Survey

Parents, please take a moment to take the survey below regarding the customer service here at Peaks Mill. All responses are anonymous. 
Click the link below for the survey. 
 

Wonder

5th Grade Students holding the book WonderMrs. Heacock extended the bully prevention campaign that started with Red Ribbon Week by gifting all Peaks Mill fifth graders with the book Wonder. Each student received their own copy to add to their home library. The fifth grade teachers also incorporated the book into their classroom. Mrs. Heacock also sponsored a field trip for the fifth grade, their teachers and other Peaks Mill Staff to attend the movie based on the book. The students and staff were able to see the book come to life and as an extension of their class reading were able to compare the book to the movie. 
 
An important part of the Family Resource Center is providing extra learning activities for our students; with this activity more than one FRYSC component (Literacy, Educational Support and Health Services) was met, showing the range of what FRYSC does for our schools.  

Basketball in hoop.

Basketball Schedule

Below is the link to the FCYB Schedule

Cents for Sharing

These students helped motivate Peaks Mill in raising $800 for the Crusade for Children. 
 Students helping raise money for crusade for children

#1 in the District

Students holding KPREP bannersPeaks Mill is number one in the district for elemetnary schools in regards to KPREP test scores. We are proud of our students and teachers. Peaks Mill Proud 

The Cleanest School in the District (again!)

custodians Congratulations for Ms. Tammy, Ms. Tina and Mr. Josh for winning the district cleanliness award for Peaks Mill. Thank you for always making our school look great! 

What's happening at PME?

Intervention
Intervention services began in early September. You should have received a letter if your child is receiving Intervention services in Reading, Writing, Math or Behavior. 

First grade teachersFirst Grade 
We are having the best time in first grade! We have been busy learning about PME and our rules and procedures. We have been building our community of learners and we have made so many new friends! We are working hard and learning more and more each day. First grade is looking forward to our upcoming field trip to the pumpkin patch!

fifth grade teachersFifth Grade
Fifth grade is excited to head to Biztown on October 20th. Students have been working hard to prepare for a real-life simulation of running their own businesses for a day. They are ready for the opportunity to show off the skills they have learned during our economics unit!


Peaks Mill Gives Back: Helping Texas

Here at Peaks Mill we want to take time to teach our student the importance of giving back even to those who we do not know and will never know. After the tragedy of Hurricane Harvey Peaks Mill joined together and started a diaper drive, we accepted diapers from infant sizes to adult sizes. Over the two weeks that we collected diapers, we were able to send 4,372 diapers to Texas. A local church and the Frankfort Christian Academy transported our collection, demonatrating what community truly is. 
diaper donations for Texas

Safe School Helpline

Contact Us

School Hours:  7:45 a.m. - 2:40 p.m.
 
100 Peaks Mill Road
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
Phone: 502-875-8450
Fax: 502-875-8452
Principal: Mrs. Dana Blankenship

Upcoming Events

Feb
18

President's Day - No School

Mon Feb 18 2019
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