~~PPE Family Movie Night is Wednesday, May 27th ! Come celebrate the last day of school!  Our movie is Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory! We will have the Kona Ice truck and popcorn to celebrate.  Bring chairs or a blanket  and even a picnic for an outdoor movie night.  Movie starts at 8pm  See you there!

Great News!  

Quinn1993, an artist from Percy Priest Elementary School, has been selected as a finalist for this week's grade PreK-3rd "Artist of the Week" award.    Quinn1993 needs your help! We hope you'll come vote-- even if you don't personally know the artist.   The student who receives the most online votes between now and Saturday May 23 will be selected as the featured Artist of the Week. To cast your vote, simply click on the following link:



The winning "Artist of the Week" will be featured on the Artsonia homepage during the upcoming week (starting on Sunday) and will receive a commemorative plaque from Artsonia. In addition, Blick Art Materials has generously donated $100 gift certificates to the winning teachers and $50 to the winning artists.

Voting is limited to one vote per computer per day for each age group.
Thank you for helping us celebrate the creativity of students around the world!

Your friends at Artsonia

P.S. Just think -- if your child were one of next week's finalists... you'd want everyone who receives an email like this to take a minute of their time to vote -- so, hopefully, you'll do just that for Quinn1993!

Summer Reading Challenge!

Posted on 5/22/2015 under Schoolwide

Summer is here! Look for a summer reading packet in this week's Friday folders. Included is a letter from Miss Stuart, "Read Around the Clock" tipsheet, Audiobooks...YES or NO?, information about theNashville Public Library's Summer Reading Challenge, and a student reading log. Happy Reading! 


Nashville Public Library’s



Keep reading “around the clock” by taking part in the Nashville Public Library’s Summer Challenge! Registration is open. The program runs May 1st-August 15thTo register fill-out the attached bookmark and return it to school on Tuesday or register online at http://library.nashville.org/summerchallenge/.


Students will keep the point tracker at home (attached) and keep track of his/her points. Children are encouraged to complete 25 library related tasks this summer and log their activities on their log or online. Visit a park, memorize a poem, and read 20 minutes are a just a few of the many activities that can earn children points.


 Children who complete activities and earn 25 points get a ticket to one of the following:

·        Cheekwood

·        Wave Country

·        Adventure Science Center

·        Jaymar Entertainment (bowling)

·        Metro Cenennial Sportsplex


Participants who earn 50 points will receive a book bag. Percy Priest students who earn 50 points will receive a special treat from Miss Stuart when school begins in August!


ALSO: the elementary school with the most participants will win cool prizes for their library. I KNOW that Percy Priest students love reading so…let’s work and read to earn the 1st place prize!