Brent Elementary

Brent Elementary school

School Hours:  8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.   Phone:  513-728-3720

Principal:  Meredith Baker

Secretary:  Leslie Falhaber
School Counselor:  Nancy Rouse

Welcome to Brent Elementary School. Please use the links on the right for more information about our school. 

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The Finneytown PTA Announces the 2019-2020 Reflections Winners

Finneytown PTA announces the PTA Reflections winners for the 2019-2020 school year!  There were 55 entries submitted this year with 22 from the elementaries and 33 from the Secondary Campus.  The wonderful tradition of excellence in the arts continues to flourish in Finneytown, and it is an exciting opportunity that the National PTA Reflections program recognizes students’ artistic talents in so many ways. Special thanks to the judges: Julie Ficke, Carolyn Althoff & Megan Kelly from the Secondary Campus and

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Nominations for Finneytown PTA Outstanding Educator

If you would like to nominate an Elementary teacher or administrator, please email Elise Fessler (bfsing@cinci.rr.com) by January 22nd. Please put “Outstanding Educator “ in the subject line. – Include why you are nominating this Educator.  (Remember this is a PTA award and PTA involvement should be a part of the nomination. This does include events PTA coordinates like carnival.). The more detail the better. – Anyone can nominate but the nominee must be a certified staff person. Send questions and

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Brent Elementary Celebrates Grandparents with Special Day

Brent Elementary was abuzz when kindergarteners and first graders welcomed grandparents and special people to their school and classrooms on November 26th. Over 175 grandparents and special people attended the special day. A delicious cornucopia of doughnuts along with juice and coffee, for the adults delighted the families for breakfast. They also enjoyed the opportunity to visit students’ classrooms and see the outstanding work that the children are producing. Hallways were filled with art work and projects from the last

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