Prairie Community Our game this Saturday with Briggsdale is postponed due to a positive Covid case at Briggsdale. We are working diligently to reschedule this game. More information will be soon available.
The Marketing class has been working on a public relations campaign to highlight the benefits of Career & Technical Education (CTE) throughout the month of February. Be sure to catch the next installment in our radio series tomorrow...tune your radio to KTFM (1400 AM) at 8:45 a.m. or listen online!
Head on over to Fleming Wildcats Home Page on Facebook right now to watch our basketball teams play. Go MUSTANGS! https://m.facebook.com/Fleming-Wildcats-Home-Page-10150139086330562/?tsid=0.07627093101468785&source=result
During this cold weather, our community is out calving, taking care of livestock, and their farm. I thought I would share this to say "Thank you" from our Ag department!! https://youtu.be/TlFzQ0uPkxM
Since we did not have school on Monday we will be serving Mondays lunch menu Wednesday the 17th. Sorry for the inconvenience but I already had all the food pulled out and it needs used. Thanks for your understanding
School will be canceled tomorrow due to the extremely cold forecasted temperature. Students will not have an E-Learning day since we have snow days still reserved. The board meeting will be postponed. Stay warm!
Hello Prairie community. The middle school and high school basketball games against Lone Star tomorrow February 13th have been canceled.
National Honor Society applications for the Prairie School N.H.S. Chapter are available from Mrs. Marick. The applications are due by Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021. :)
Another FFA member spotlight: Sophomore, Chace Burke! Chace has been busy taking care of chickens gathering eggs twice a day and selling them, he has also been helping to tear down and rebuild fences on the ranch, this spring he cut calves and drug calves at the brandings and he got to do a little roping with his sister!
February is CTE Month! CTE stands for Career and Technical Education. CTE programs offered at Prairie High School include ag and business classes as well as student organizations like the New Raymer FFA Chapter and the Prairie FBLA Chapter. Stay tuned throughout the month of February to learn more about our CTE programs through a newspaper article, a highlight video, and a radio interview! Note from Mrs. Kilmer: All of the marketing materials for this promotional campaign, including this posting, are student created!
There will be a change in the menu on the 15th of February . It will now be Pork Burritos, Fiesta Beans, Churro and Grapes. Thanks for understanding!!!!!
The high school knowledge bowl team is competing in the Region 7 meet today...virtually! Thanks to the Discord app and lots of brains, we are able to compete in the midst of a pandemic. Technology is amazing! Congrats to Isaac Doll, Wyatt Ruppel, Eli Marler, and Rylan Marler for representing Prairie High School well. Special thanks to the Ruppel family for providing lunch!
Prairie Vs. Haxtun basketball happening now on Haxtun Schools YouTube page! https://youtu.be/zZnmfJox240
Check out vs North Park High School livestreaming now at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZVzaH2_dAU
Check out vs Weldon Valley girls Varsity livestreaming now at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIT1aBIj8Bg
FFA Member of the Week!! Sophomore, Bryndel Burke. Bryndel has been busy moving and sorting bucking horses as usual, she rides every day and has a couple young horses she has been training, her Rodeo season starts soon so she started practicing again and getting her rodeo horses ready, this winter she did have a couple big barrel races, her goats started to kid she raises goats for goats tying!
Lunch menu change. Today 2/1/2021 lunch will be Pulled Pork Sandwich instead of Shepard pie. Sorry for the change.
Breakfast has changed this morning to Tornados due to delivery issues!!!
Live stream links for this week's games. HS Wiggins- Tuesday-4pm https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/wiggins-high-school-wiggins-co/gam5f4a9086c2 JH Peetz- Thursday-4pm Boys B & A @4 https://fb.me/e/7C9jCqri6 Girls A & B @4 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6gjJnXFz7mdabKi8aL5zSA/about) HS Kit Carson- Friday @ 4 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiUj_CSLhjUP--wyC6lqaPg GO MUSTANGS!
Member highlight of the week: Senior, Levi Troudt!! Levi Troudt is a senior in our Ag program and he has been in it since his freshman year. Currently he serves as our Chapter Treasurer. His SAE is working for Mertens Bros here in New Raymer. He also works on his family farm in Wiggins. He is actively involved in FFA, FBLA, Football, Basketball, Baseball, 4-H and the fire department. Levi writes the following about his SAE, "My SAE is for my job at Mertens Bros. Inc. I work there full time in the summer and then only part time during school on the weekends. I am one three farm hands that are employed there. They are a farm and ranch operation, they farm corn, wheat, and millet. They also sell, clean, and treat seed wheat for planting. They sell corn finished fat cattle as well as grass/pasture finished. They have many acres of farmland as well as ranchland located around the New Raymer, Stoneham area. They even have some farm ground and ranch ground around Peetz, Colorado and also north of Peetz as well. When they offered me a chance to work for them I took it because I wanted to see how they ran their farm and what makes it successful and ideas that I could implement to my own family farm. The more I learned through my time working the more I wanted to stay and help as well as learn more in depth details about everything they did weather it was spraying or feeding cattle certain rations. My favorite thing I learned from them is this, "If you take care of the ground and the environment, it will take care of you and your crops". This was when my boss Jim and I were talking on our way to Peetz one day. This sealed the idea in my head that dryland no-till is healthy for land in many ways but like every farming technique there is flaws in it as well, like the development of gullies in the fields. Whenever I have the chance to ask a question about a technique I will because it may be in my life one day. "
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dvi3AO3ntj0 Live stream Prairie Vs Briggsdale JH Boys B 4:30 Boys A 5:30 Girls A 6:30 Enjoy!
Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Honor Roll Students: Roll Honor Roll Recognition of academic achievement. GOLD honor roll is given to those students having a grade point average of 3.75 to 4.0 and SILVER recognition to those students with a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.74. Gold Honor Roll: Sailor Becker, Brennan Bringelson, Isaac Doll, Derek Dollerschell, Montana Goodman, Addison Hoozee, Cayde Marler, Elijah Marler, Simon Marler, Anissa McCoy, Maverik Mertens, Hadlie Robinette, Shelby Robinette, Reid Samber, Bobbie Schreiner, Zoey Sneed, Nevaeh Speicher, Bodhi Becker, Emily Andrews, Savanah Mertens, Kendra Sutter, Faye Klenda, Carter Jaeger, Tanna Bailey, Hailey Heppner, Wyatt Butler, Erik Lebsock, Emma Martinez, Silver Honor Roll: Wyatt Chase, William Nicklas, Brylee Whitney, Brock Dollerschell, Nicole Ludgate, Marcus Mayol, Kenna Nelson, Aubrey Shipman, Hannah Kugler, Ciree Whitney, Kayla Kugler.
Today we are sharing about one of our freshman Wyatt Butler. We have included a few pictures about his SAE and what he does in his spare time that keeps him involved in Agriculture. Of all of the extra things Wyatt does, he decided to develop his lathe work into a small business. Wyatt is doing well turning on the Lathe. He makes pens, wine stoppers and Christmas ornaments. Here is a link to watch Wyatt in action: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1_F4pEPmxYvhAClKCdBPLZG8PL0r9lOXA?usp=sharing. Included is a picture of Wyatt‘s Mule deer buck, his antelope and pigs that were raised and butchered at home with his family. They also cite the bacon and hams. We butcher our animals to include the ones that we hunt by ourselves. Wyatt actually knows how to do it without any help. Lastly, Wyatt helped install a wood stove for the woodshop. Dad has him up on the roof installing the chimney. Great job Wyatt!!
One of our students participated in the NWSS catch-a-calf program and we are proud of her! There were 34 kids in the program and Zoey received 6th in Showmanship, 10th overall in the Recordbook contest, 6th overall in the live interview, 3rd overall in the production phase of my steer, and 2nd overall in sponsor relations! Way to go Zoey!!!
Colorado Children's Book Award winners and nominees are the books students are reading for this year's book challenge. 1st and 2nd graders need to read seven picture books and do a worksheet for each book read. Their teachers have the worksheets. There is a list of books for them to select to read. The 3rd-12th grades need to read four fiction (chapter) books in their reading level, take and pass an AR quiz and do one activity for each book. More information is on the Prairie Library page on the website under the Menu tab.
The theme for library this year has been featuring children authors who have birthdays each month. Books are displayed for students to check out. The bulletin board theme for January is "Wrap Your Mittens Around an Author". Here are a few authors for this month: Tedd Arnold, Janet Stevens, Shannon Hale and Bill Peet. This month we also have winter related books in one display.
Thank you 5th grade parents for helping us reach our goal! The 5th graders donated 752 items including letters and cards. My students were not bashful when it came to send parents and Mrs. Long to the store for more items. What a great cause! Students celebrated with pizza/ice cream/song, and dance party with the seniors.
Thursday December 17 is Ugly Sweater and Sock Day. If your student does not have an ugly sweat, wear pajamas, and we can all pretend we are on the Polar Express! Merry Christmas!
BOOK FAIR TIME December 7-10 Go to News for the link and more information.
In lieu of the annual Veterans Day Performance, students and staff at Prairie School are honored to celebrate those who served our country with a Veterans Day tribute video. 2020 Prairie Veterans Day Tribute Videos - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8ttstKrs24sB4jMn8vaxSHaaTeCvparu
11/30/2020 Breakfast: Waffle sticks, Sausage link, Fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken Quesadilla, Refried Beans, Pineapple, Churro
11/26/2020 NO SCHOOL
11/25/2020 NO SCHOOL
The 3rd grade class sure had a fun day celebrating what they learned about the Native Americans this past quarter. They made Indian shields, beaded Indian corn, learned how to write with the Native American picture writing, played Native American games, shared artifacts, presented their posters, and tried some new food that the Native Americans loved!
11/24/2020 Breakfast: Oatmeal w/ Brown Sugar, Toast, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Spaghetti, WG Roll, Green Beans, Watermelon
The Mustang football team may have lost on Friday, but they never lose in our hearts!! ❤️ We are SO proud of their resilience, hard work, and dedication!! Awesome job Mustangs on an AMAZING season!! Thank you to the volunteers that so kindly helped me this season!! Much appreciation goes to...Matt Pollart, Matt Baker, Kathy Adams, Dave and Roz Long, Mr. Kimmel, Nathan Northup, Kevin Rhode, Mitch Dollerschell, Shanan Chase, Coach Carlson, Danielle Mertens, the New Raymer/Stoneham Fire Department, Kendra Holloway, Jen Dollerschell, Jess Mason, Sheila Bailey, Emily Johnson, and Joe Kugler!! I appreciate it more than you’ll EVER know!!! 😊❤️
11/23/2020 Breakfast: Pancakes, Sausage Patty, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Stuffing, Corn, Pumpkin Dessert
11/19/2020 Breakfast: Donuts , Sausage Link, Fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken Strips, Cheesy Potatoes, Carrots, Strawberry Cup
11/18/2020 Breakfast: Breakfast Croissant Sandwich, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Smothered Chicken Burrito, Spanish Rice, Black Beans, Oranges
Congratulations to our Mustang Junior High team!! They finished their season....UNDEFEATED!! 😊👍 Thank you so much to the wonderful volunteers that helped me with the JH football games...Jeff Dollerschell, Ryan Dollerschell, Brock Dollerschell, Austin Samber, Mr. Bob, various HS football players, Coach Kerns, Sheila Bailey, Emily Johnson, Dani Ramseier, and Kim Davis!! I appreciate your help more than you know!! 😊
11/17/2020 Breakfast: Bagels and Cream Cheese, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pork Cutlet, Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy Cauliflower, Apricots
Scholarship opportunity for Ag students!! See the link below or seek out Mrs. Larson to find out more about these scholarship opportunities. https://www.americasfarmers.com/grow-ag-leaders/
The Mustangs play this Friday at 1:00 in Cheyenne Wells!! LET’S GO Mustangs!!!!! 🏈🖤🤍💛 If you are planning on attending, every fan must enter with a mask and provide their name and phone number for contact tracing.
11/16/2020 Breakfast: French Toast, Bacon, Fresh Fruit, Lunch: Lasagna, French Bread, Broccoli Salad, Mixed Fruit
Come support the Mustang Football team as they take on Peetz tomorrow night at 6:00!! Parent and Senior night starts at 5:45!! You won’t want to miss it!!! GO MUSTANGS!!! 🏈💛🖤🤍
11/12/2020 Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza, Fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken Parmesan, Garlic Noodles, Salad, Peach Cup
11/11/2020 Breakfast: Waffles, Sausage Patty, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chef Salad, Breadstick, Oranges
🇺🇸❤️In honor of our Veterans and their families, please wear red, white, and blue tomorrow!!! Thank you Veterans!! ❤️🇺🇸
11/10/2020 Breakfast: Tornados, Fresh fruit Lunch: Tortellini, Garlic Bread, Monoco Blend, Mixed berry cup
Another great night of competitive speaking! Our members represented us at the District level and they did great. In the Extemporaneous Contest: Bobbie Schreiner was in the Silver Category, Zoey Sneed was the district winner and will be representing us at the State level! In Creed Speaking: Both Wyatt Butler and Mia Glorioso were both awarded in the Silver Category. In the Prepared Speaking contest: Shelby Robinette was in the Silver Category, and Montana Goodman was our District Runner Up. Special thank you to Matt Wulf for representing our Chapter as a judge for the Creed Contest. Congrats to all!
Due to the pandemic we will not be doing our Veterans Day program this year. HOWEVER....please tell the Veterans in your life to look for something from us in the mail in the next few weeks!! We are working on a special project to share with our Veterans and their families! I’ll keep you posted!! ❤️🇺🇸
11/09/2020 Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy, Fresh fruit Lunch: Pork Roast, Stuffing, Cooked Carrots, Diced Apples
Come support the Prairie Mustangs as they take on Arickaree/Woodlin for our Homecoming Game!! Junior High gets rolling at 10:30 and the High School at 1:00!!! GO MUSTANGS!! 🏈👍 We will follow the CHSAA guidelines, so please maintain social distancing and wear a mask to the game! Thank you for supporting our athletes and for doing what you can to keep our players on the field!!
11/03/2020 Breakfast: Apple and Cherry Turnover, sausage link Lunch: Pulled pork sandwich, chips, coleslaw, and grapes
11/2/2020 Breakfast: Oatmeal, toast, Fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken Fajita, Spanish Rice, Refried beans and mixed fruit
Good evening Parents, I know that you all have been anxiously awaiting this! All of the contest videos are posted here in this Google Folder. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1evfnKNJTvVTB-um59ubPmUpIw0yFFqjY/view?usp=sharing If there is a problem please feel free to reach out to me and we will troubleshoot a solution. I would like to say a big THANK YOU! Tonight was competitive and a reminder of why I truly love my job and I know that your student's success is from all of your support at home. In this crazy world it is really nice to have a night that keeps me hopeful of our "normal" and great students. It is my pleasure to announce the winners: Creed - Representing us at Districts: Mia G and Wyatt B, our alternate: Riley D Extemporaneous - Representing us at Districts: Bobbie S and Zoey S, our alternate: Maverik M Prepared - Representing us at Districts: Shelby R and Montana G , our alternate: Megan A This District Contest will be virtual on November 9th. Good luck and great job to all our members! Enjoy your weekend, Mrs. Larson
Tomorrow 10/29 our students will be having hearing and vision screens. If your child wears glasses; please make sure they have those with them tomorrow.
10/27/2020 Breakfast: scones, Sausage patty and Fresh fruit Lunch: Ham and Scalloped potatoes, peas and carrots, dinner roll and mixed fruit
This historic year is different. The yearbook is going to be different, too. You will want to order your student’s copy of this unique book. We promise it’s one you won’t want to miss! Visit www.jostensyearbooks.com to order yours by November 6th for the lowest price!
Parent Community, Due to the road conditions, tonight's forecast, and the lack of school personnel, Monday, October 26th, we will be cancelling school. The Prairie School Board Meeting will be postponed.
Prairie High School COVID Response Information, Guidelines, and Protocols Fall Football **We will follow the CHSAA football guidelines that we agreed to abide by in order to play fall football. Please maintain social distancing and wear a mask at the game. Thank you for supporting our athletes and for doing what you can to keep the players on the field! **All spectators and teams must stay on their side of the field and maintain social distance throughout the event. Home Team Protocol Spectators: Please park in the parking lot south of the school building. Entrance for home spectators will be marked with a sign and will be the entrance closest to the press box. Spectators will have access to restrooms through the main entrance, using the restrooms in the main hallway. Hand sanitizer will be available on the sidelines. There will be no concessions. At the completion of the game, please exit the field as quickly as possible. GO MUSTANGS!!!!!
Mustang Fans, We are excited to announce that the high school game versus Fleming will be broadcast live on the radio and live on Facebook. Kickoff is at 6:30 pm so plan on tuning in one of these 3 ways: Colorado Small School Football will be live streaming the game on their facebook group! 94.5 The Ranch will be covering the game live! 98.3 Kat Country Radio will be covering the game live! A little information about the Facebook livestream... Viewing the game will be free of charge and live on the Colorado Small School Football facebook group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/342050623678574 They will be using Ben Blecha's play-by-play audio from 94.5 The Ranch and Grainland COOP will be sponsoring. GO MUSTANGS!!!!!!!!!!
10/20/2020 Breakfast: Pancake on a stick, fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken fried steak , mashed potatoes / gravy, mixed fruit, and cauliflower. Have a happy Tuesday!!!!!
10/15/2020 Breakfast: Bagels and cream cheese, sausage , fresh fruit Lunch: Tortellini, breadstick, mixed fruit, cucumbers and carrots
Are you ready for football? Join the "Mustang Madness Parking Spot Auction" to reserve your front row seat! Email your bidder registration info (name and cell #) to firstname.lastname@example.org today!
Lunch will be a little different tomorrow !! Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs w/ Meat, whole grain toast, fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken Ranch Slider, sweet potato fries, California Blend, Frozen peach cups
Board meeting Monday, October 19th has been moved to Monday, October 26th.
Update: Prairie Parents and Community, due to our 4th positive COVID-19 test in the high school, grades 7th-12th will remain in at-home, e-learning through Monday, October 19th. We will resume in person learning on Tuesday, October 20th. Elementary classes will continue to take place in-person at school. Remote Learning vs E-Learning: We will be moving from e-learning to remote learning. In remote learning, we will move to a modified block schedule. Please see the attachment below. We have gone through this modified block schedule with students. What the block schedule will do for students is provide only four Zoom times with teachers each day. Teachers will Zoom with students every other day and provide direct instruction for the next 2 days of work. This helps both students and teachers with minimizing technology time and issues with Zoom meetings. We ask that students check Google Classroom as all the details will be posted there for students. Lunch and Breakfast: We will be serving lunch and breakfast for students in the remote learning environment. If you would like the school to provided meals for you, please follow these steps: 1. Please call the school by 8:00 am (970-437-5351) of the day you would like a meal. The school will provide lunch and the next day's breakfast for the students. 2. Please be at the school by 11:00 am to pick up the meals. Sports: There will not be any junior high football this week. The game on Friday will be postponed. High School Football is postponed. We are looking at rescheduling this game for Monday, October 19th. More information will come out in the weekly athletic update. Coach Kerns will be in touch with the football boys about the week's plans. Parent Teacher Conferences: We will be cancelling the in-person parent-teacher conferences. We ask that parents reach out by email to teachers if they would like an email update or a Zoom meeting for an update about their child's progress. Teachers will be reaching to parents if they feel it is necessary. We hate to not have face-to-face conversations with parents, but at this time we believe this is the best alternative we have. Junior Parents: Please see the email below from Coach Kinnision regarding the PSAT for the Juniors. The high school teachers will be waiving assignments on Wednesday because of this assessment. Juniors, On this Wednesday 10/14 at 1 PM we WILL give you the option to come to school and take the PSAT. This is optional, not required. There is no makeup date for this test. Please let me know your decision ASAP by emailing me back. Should you choose to take the test we will proceed as follows: You will remain in your car until we ask you to come into the building. You will enter the school through already open doors, not touching anything and head straight to your assigned table in the gym. You will set your calculator and powered down phone and your snack on the table. You can set your sealed water bottle on the floor. You will need to bring 2 or more #2 pencils already sharpened to the school with you. You will not be allowed to go to your locker to get them. Your table will be a safe distance from any other tables and we will ask that you remain socially distant during the time at the school. You will not be required to wear a mask while at your table taking the test. I ask that you wear one while not at your table. The pre-admin session will begin at 1pm. Test will start at approx 1:30 and you should be dismissed by 4:30. Senior Parents: Please see the email below from Coach Kinnision regarding the SAT for the seniors. The high school teachers will be waiving assignments on Wednesday because of this assessment. Seniors, On this Wednesday 10/14 at 8 am we WILL give you the option to come to school and take the SAT. This is optional, not required. There is an option of taking the test at a makeup date should you choose not to take it Wednesday. Please let me know your decision ASAP by emailing me back. Should you choose to take the test we will proceed as follows: You will remain in your car until we ask you to come. You will enter the school through already open doors, not touching anything and head straight to your assigned table in the gym. You will set your calculator and powered down phone and your snack on the table. You can set your sealed water bottle on the floor. You will need to bring 2 or more #2 pencils already sharpened to the school with you. You will not be allowed to go to your locker to get them. Your table will be a safe distance from any other tables and we will ask that you remain socially distant during the time at the school. You will not be required to wear a mask while at your table taking the test. I ask that you wear one while not at your table. The pre-admin session will begin at 8. Test will start at approx 8:30 and you should be dismissed by 11:45. We are doing our very best to make decisions with the support of the Weld County Health Department that are in the best interest of the district. We know that some information may be unknown to some, and questions may be asked as to "why we do this" or "why we do that". Please assume the best in us and know we are trying our best for our district. If you have questions, please don't hesitate to reach out. Thank you,
Prairie Parents and Community, Due to another positive COVID-19 test in the high school, grades 7-12 will remain in at-home, E-Learning, tomorrow (Monday). Elementary classes will take place in-person at school. On Monday we will work with the health department to analyze our current situation. We will inform you about what the rest of the week looks like for grades 7-12 as soon as possible. There will be no in-person football practice tomorrow.
It was a great day for a Range Contest yesterday!! The sophomores have been working hard since August to be prepared for the day. The whole chapter did great! We were high overall team. Bobbie S was high plant individual and high overall individual. Bronze Category: Tori A (Woodlin), Arek W, and Megan A Silver Category: Sy N, Levi T, and Montana G Gold Category: Maverik M, Zoey S, and Bobbie S It is so wonderful to see these students gain knowledge about range management and apply practically. Much thanks goes to these entities and individuals as we wouldn’t be able to host this contest without them: Colorado Section Society of Range Management, Colorado State Land Board, West Greeley Conservation District, Prairie School, Ben Berlinger and Emmett Jordan! Congrats to all on a great day!
The junior high football game is on for this afternoon!! We are going to follow the CHSAA football guidelines that we agreed to abide by in order to play fall football. Please maintain social distancing and wear a mask at the game! Thank you for supporting our Prairie Mustang athletes and thank you for doing what you can to keep our players on the field. See you tonight!! GO MUSTANGS!!!
10/8/2020 Breakfast: Apple and Cherry Turnover, Fresh fruit Lunch: Buffalo Ranch chicken Slider, Sweet Potato Fry, Cauliflower, Grapes
School lunch will be different then normal tomorrow. I will be changing it due to not having our 7-12 grade in school tomorrow. Lunch will be Sloppy Joe's, Chips, cauliflower, grapes
Prairie Community, We have had the second high school COVID-19 case. We have worked closely with Weld Health to develop our plan going forward. We will have E-Learning days tomorrow and Friday for all students in grades 7th-12th due to the lack of subs and precautionary cleaning of the high school wing. Grades Pk-6th will be a normal in-person learning day. The student's parents that need to be quarantined will get an additional letter with information. *At this point the junior high game with Pawnee is still on. Junior high students will have to take part in the E-Learning in order to be able to play in the game. Coach Calrson would like athletes here by 3:00 pm tomorrow. If you did not get this notification through an email eariler today, please email email@example.com.
10/7/2020 Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Turkey Roast, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Squash, Cinnamon Apples
10/6/2020 Breakfast: Tornados, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pizza , Salad, Chocolate Pudding, Diced Pears
10/5/2020 Breakfast: Sausage and egg McMuffin, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Meatballs, Baked Potato, Corn Bread, Applesauce
9/30/2020 Breakfast: waffles and sausage Lunch: Beef and Cheddar Sandwich, Curly Fries, cucumber salad, pears
School picture day is tomorrow...don't forget to bring your smile!
9/24/2020 Breakfast: Scones, Sausage Link, Fresh fruit Lunch: BBQ chicken, Baked Beans, Carrots, Cherry bars
9/23/2020 Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy, fresh fruit Lunch: Chimichanga, Rice, Refried Beans, Grapes, Tapioca pudding
Our FFA t-shirt logo is in and our annual store is up! Follow the link: https://shop.envisiontees.com/new_raymer_ffa/shop/home As a reminder, the FFA doesn't make any profit off of these orders. We genuinely want to offer our community the opportunity to sport our logo. This year the officer team would like members to bring in cash for their t-shirts and Mrs. Larson will order everyone's at once ($8). Parents, if it would be easier for you to order your member's shirt with your online order, please reach out to me via email.
2/22/2020 Breakfast: Oatmeal w/ brown sugar, Toast, Fresh fruit Lunch: Shepard's Pie, Cheesy Bread, Mixed Berry Fruit Cup, Salad
9/21/2020 Breakfast: scrambled eggs, hashbrown, bacon, fresh fruit Lunch: Pork roast, stuffing, corn, diced pears
Your yearbook staff has been hard at work... use the link below to check out the WORLD PREMIER of the 2020-21 Prairie School Yearbook Video! https://youtu.be/eqBcvtKilAI
9/17/2020 Breakfast: French Toast Sticks, Ham Slices, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Sandwich, chips, Broccoli Salad, Diced Pears
9/16/2020 Breakfast: Pancake on a stick, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Tacos, Fiesta Beans, Churro, Fruit Cocktail
9/15/2020 Breakfast: Donuts, Sausage Link, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pork Cutlet, Mashed Potatoes, California Blend, Apricots
8th Grade Ag is learning about the Dairy Value Chain. The first step in Dairy production is feeding cattle. Today they were detectives in observing silage, ground corn, hay, ground hay and a few other products. They also learned how different feed ratios are mixed while comparing nutrients to their own diets.
9/14/2020 Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito, fresh fruit, Lunch: Spaghetti, diner roll, Corn, Watermelon
9-11-2020 Breakfast: Ham and Egg Croissant, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Enchiladas, Spanish Rice, Salad, Pineapple
Freshman have had a busy week! They have begun learning the second paragraph of the Creed! They learned yesterday what the different parts of the emblem represent, how to tie a tie, and today we discussed Official FFA Dress. Students drew the proper way to wear “it” in chalk and developed expectations while in the “jacket”! Here is what they came up with: being respectful, compassionate, helping where and whenever, clean, professional, and the best humans they can!
9-10-2020 Breakfast: Waffles, Sausage Patty, Fresh Fruit Lunch: BBQ Pork Sandwich, Baked Beans, Mandarin Oranges, Chips
9-9-2020 Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chef Salad, Breadstick, Oranges
9-8-2020 Breakfast: Tornados, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Philly Cheese Sloppy Joes, Sweet Potato Fries, Cauliflower, Diced Peaches
We have been reading about trials this week in reading so we had our own trial about the wolf from the 3 little pigs. We had a jury, judge, defendant, attorney, witnesses, and many more parts! The students were all animals from fairytale land. The jury did not reach a verdict as they couldn’t all decide on the same verdict but I think they all had fun learning about this!
9-3-2020 Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Strips, Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy, Corn , Cantaloupe
Colorado Farm Show Scholarships are due, postmarked by November 1st! Visit www.coloradofarmshow.com/scholarship (and check out the new awesome website)! The Colorado Farm Show is offering over $25,000 in scholarships to graduating Colorado high school seniors, and it's now accepting applications for the 2020-21 academic year. Students who apply should be high school graduates in the winter of 2020 or the spring of 2021 and planning on pursuing a degree in an agricultural field of study at the college or university of their choice!
9-2-2020 Breakfast: Sausage egg McMuffin, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Super nachos, Fiesta Beans, Mexican Rice, Mixed Fruit
Bookmobile is coming Wednesday, September 3rd and 17th. They will only have requests. We will not be able to go onto the Bookmobile at this time. Requests will be left in the library for you to pick up. Mrs. Northup will be teaching the upper elementary how to request books from the Bookmobile with their card.
9-1-2020 Breakfast: Bagels w/ cream cheese, link sausage ,Fresh Fruit Lunch: Corn dogs, French Fries, Carrots and Celery, Apples
8-27-2020 Breakfast: Apple or Cherry Turnover, Bacon, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Parmesan, Garlic Noodles, Bread Stick, Green Beans, Diced Apricots
8-26-2020 Breakfast: Oatmeal, Cinnamon Bread, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pizza, Salad, Chocolate Pudding, Mandarin Oranges
8-25-2020 Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs w/ meat, toast, fresh fruit Lunch: Fish Sticks, Mac and Cheese, Cauliflower, grapes
8-24-2020 Breakfast: Pancakes , Sausage Patty, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Lasagna, French Bread, Monoco Blend, Bananas
8-20-2020 Breakfast:Waffle sticks , Sausage links, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Fried teak, Mashed Potato/Gravy, Broccoli, Peaches
If you did not pre-order a 2019-20 yearbook but would still like to purchase one...here's your chance! The cost is $40, and supplies are limited. Contact us soon to make sure you don't miss out!
8-19-2020 Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy, Fried Egg, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Burritos, Spanish Rice,Pineapple, Salad
8-18--2020 Breakfast: Blueberry Coffee Cake, Ham slices, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Sloppy Joe, Chips, California Blend, Apples
8-17-2020 Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken nuggets, Tator Tots, Green beans, Cantaloupe
8/13/2020 Breakfast: Tornados, Fresh fruit Lunch: Meatballs, Baked Potato, Corn, Oranges
Prairie Parents and Community, I can not begin to express how wonderful it was to have our 6th-12th grade students back in our building today. Thanks to Mrs. Whitney and the STUCO officers, the students appeared to have a great day. I worked with some students on slight schedule changes today. Please go over your students schedules on Infinite Campus and make sure you approve of the changes your student requested. Students will be able to make changes tomorrow with their schedules but Monday schedules will be set and finalized. Today I also sent a quick survey requesting parents permission to post student's photos on our website. Please complete the survey or let me know if you didn't receive the survey. We look forward to seeing all the students in our building on Monday.
8/12/2020 Breakfast: Scones, Sausage Link, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Hamburgers, French Fries, Baked Beans, Diced Pears
Reminder: Back to school night is tonight at 6:00 p.m. We will be collecting the Internet Agreement, Chromebook Agreement, and Chromebook fees ($30) tonight. We will also have these forms for parents to sign if needed. Please remember we are starting school under the Governor's executive order which calls for masks to be worn in public buildings for students in grades 6th-12th. Please have masks as one of the student's school supply items. We encourage students to wear masks, especially in congested areas such as hallways.
Hello Prairie families and community, The past few months have been very challenging for all of us. Students, staff, and community health are very important to the Prairie School District. As we proceed through these uncertain times, we are trying to keep education as normal as possible as we utilize precautions to control any possible spread of COVID-19. We have been in consultation with other school districts, the Weld County Health Department, and state leaders as we have developed our plan to open the school year and prepare for adverse conditions that we could face during this school year. Our plan has several different phases and our hope is that we will not have to implement anything past phase 1 and eventually we will be able to ease restrictions. Prairie School will promote everyday disease prevention strategies: If you are sick, stay home from school. Avoid close contact with those who are already sick. Cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing with a tissue or the crook of your arm. Wash your hands often with soap and water. Avoid touching eyes, nose, or mouth. The Prairie School Operational Phases plan is a planning tool and may be modified as needed as conditions change. Along with planned phases of operation, The State Governor’s Executive Orders and Department of Health requirements will be followed. School Operational Phases Plan: · Normal: No restrictions – school as normal (pre-COVID-19) with no restrictions, guidelines, or recommendations. · Phase 1: COVID-19 precautions are being met but no student or staff member is affected by COVID-19. · Phase 2: A student or staff member is affected by COVID-19. · Phase 3: An additional student or staff member is affected by COVID-19. · Phase 4: Multiple students, staff, immediate family members, and/or community are affected by COVID-19. Phase 1 (COVID-19 precautions are being met but no student or staff member is affected by COVID-19). · Students and staff will be screened daily (including checking temperatures) – bus screening or at the school entrance. · Visitors and volunteers are allowed in the school but will be limited. · Lunch and breakfast schedules will be slightly modified. · Children will be escorted to “specials” to eliminate hallway congestion. · Frequent cleaning and disinfecting of school facilities (including classrooms, restrooms, locker rooms, cafeteria, and buses). · Social distancing will be utilized when feasible. · Masks or face shields will be required for staff when social distancing isn't feasible. · Older students will be encouraged to wear masks, but masks will not be required in the general education setting where social distancing is effective. · Students may have to wear masks in highly congested areas when social distancing requirements cannot be met (buses). · Personal hygiene will be stressed including frequent hand washing. · No large face-to-face assemblies. Phase 2 (A student or staff member is affected by COVID-19). · Fifth grade and older students and staff in the exposed “Cohort” will be expected to wear face coverings. · Students will use backpacks, rather than lockers, to store and transport school supplies and books. · Lunches and Breakfast will be served in classrooms when possible. · “Special” teachers will deliver instruction in the classroom when possible. · Passing periods may be altered to reduce traffic in the halls. · Other previous precautions from phase 1 will remain in place. *Cohort- A cohort would typically be made up of a single grade PK-5. Middle school and high school would each be a pod Phase 3 (An additional student or staff member is affected by COVID-19). · All students and staff of the exposed “Cohort” will move from at-school to distance (at-home) learning. · The exposed “cohort” will utilize distance learning for approximately two weeks, depending on conditions. · Lunches will be offered to students within the "cohort" · Attendance will be taken daily for elementary students and hourly for secondary students. · Exposed facilities will be deep cleaned. · Other previous precautions from phases 1 and 2 will remain in place. *Cohort- A cohort would typically be made up of a single grade PK-5. Middle school and high school would each be a pod. Phase 4 (Multiple students, staff, immediate family members, and/or community are affected by COVID-19). · All students will move from in-school to distance (at-home) learning. · Classes will be held remotely during the entire school day. · Teachers will deliver instruction from the school or at home, depending on conditions. · Attendance will be taken daily for elementary students and hourly for secondary students. · The school will utilize distance learning until it is appropriate to return to in-person learning at school. · Lunches will be offered to students. Transportation: Bus transportation guidelines are difficult to meet. In order to get more students on the bus at one time, if social distancing isn't feasible, all students and drivers may be required to wear a face covering. Each student will be screened and their temperature will be taken daily. If students have a fever of 100.4 or higher, the student will not be allowed on the bus or at school. Students will have assigned seats having household and classroom units sitting together. If families would like to opt-out of bussing, please call the office at your earliest convenience. Athletics: We will continue to have athletics with the current restrictions in place. We reached out to the commissioner of CHSAA yesterday. She assures us she has an amazing plan if all goes well at the state level. Keep our fingers crossed that this passes the next level. Breakfast and Lunch: Prairie School will continue to provide lunches to our students and staff. Lunchtimes will be staggered and seating will be stretched. The lunchroom, aux gym, and outside seating will be available. Recess: Recess will be offered 2 different times during the day for each elementary class (K-5). Students will be able to enjoy the playground equipment and the outdoors. We will have students wash their hands as they reenter the school building. Hallways: Hallway passing will be run traffic style with lane dividers. We will reroute Ag and Science classes to move through the east end of the gym as they exit the classes to allow for less congestion in the hallway. Elementary students will move through the hallway with staff support. Music: At this time we are unsure what music will look like. We are waiting for more guidance. Physical Education: Physical education will continue to take place for our students as we know physical movement and activities are important. We are expecting to have a lot of our physical education outdoors. Art: Students will continue to have art classes. Cleaning and sanitation will be amped up with art supplies. Library: Books will be able to be checked out in Phase 1 and 2 of our plans. Books will be sanitized as they are returned to school. Entering the Building: We are asking that no students arrive at school before 7:30 a.m. All non-bus riders will enter through the main entrances. Students will be screened and temperature checked as they enter the building. Those eating breakfast will go to the kitchen and other students will make their way to the classrooms. Bus riders will be dropped off in 3 locations. If they are a secondary student that is not eating breakfast they will enter through the high school hall exit. If they are an elementary student not eating breakfast they will enter through the elementary hall exit. Then the bus riders eating breakfast will be dropped off by the lunchroom doors. Exiting the Building at the end of the day: - Elementary teachers and special teachers will walk their students to the buses and for parents to pick-up by exiting through the elementary hall doors. - High school students in English, Math, Social Studies and Business will exit through the high school hall doors. -Junior high students will leave through the main doors. All high school students not in the classes listed above will exit through the main doors. Please note that all of these plans are continually changing. We are doing our best to make adjustments and doing what is needed to get students back in the building with in-person learning. Even though Prairie School is implementing safety precautions, we acknowledge that COVID-19 does present a potential health risk to students, staff, and others, who might enter Prairie School. Therefore, if a family is not comfortable with in-person (at-school) learning or for those that are uncomfortable with the guidelines, we are offering a Prairie School Online Option of distance learning for our students. If a family is interested in the online option, please contact Mrs. Piel as soon as possible by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or cell phone, 970-571-3642.
Prairie School has the following items listed for sale with BigIron Auctions: 4 buses, 2 beef practice artificial insemination chutes, 6 welding booths. Please go to https://www.bigiron.com/ for more information and bidding.
As we wrap up the Virtual State FFA Convention, I wanted to give a shout out to our awesome, hardworking students! Our chapter was placed in the silver category for our application in the National Chapter Award. Congrats to Zoey Sneed, bronze category in the State FFA Prepared Speaking Contest! We are so proud of all of the work she put into her speech and her continued drive to advocate for the Beef Industry. Congrats to Montana Goodman! State Winner in Extemporaneous Speaking! Arek Wulf was also awarded his State FFA Degree! We couldn’t be more proud of them, the tradition continues. Special thank you to Bobbie Schreiner and Arek Wulf for serving as chapter delegates and Montana Goodman for her service on the nominating committee.
Virtual FFA State Convention is here!! Please find attached the Virtual Convention Schedule. You can also find information on the Colorado FFA Association and Foundation facebook. You will be able to watch the convention at www.barnmedia.net.
Football shirts for purchase! Check out the link. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc8OqRF7E9-PtTWoht5evj64v6VbREpzt4BzLEz_DbufrMqYw/viewform?usp=sf_link
Athletic Registration Documents are updated on the school website. Athletes need signed and on file at the school before he/she can practice: CHSAA Bylaws, Current Physical Exam, Warning, Substance Abuse Contract, Parent/Guardian Information
P-EBT: Does your child receive free or reduced-price school meals during the school year, or you believe you may now qualify based on a recent income change? Pandemic-EBT, or P-EBT, can help you feed your family while schools are closed. You will receive a card with approximately $279 per eligible child that you can use to purchase food at stores that accept EBT. Apply here today: https://www.colorado.gov/cdhs/p-ebt
Hello Prairie Families, I wanted to remind everyone that registration is on Tuesday, July 7th from 7:00-5:00. Students can make adjustments to their schedules and turn in registration papers. Registration papers can also be emailed to Kendra Holloway or Tabitha Piel. Thank you,
Congrats to the New Raymer FFA officers and members! The chapter finished in the Silver category 🥈 for their application in the National Chapter Award Program at the state level.
Just a reminder I will be headed out to do SAE visits next week. Students, check emails or text for confirmation! Can’t wait to see you all.
I am pleased to announce that three Prairie High School students placed in the 2020 Nell Propst Historical Essay and Art contest. Winners were announced last week. "Participation in the History Contest requires that students submit a written thesis on local history as specified in the contest rules below. Thesis topics are limited to an individual, group of individuals, historic place, or an event affecting and occurring within the geographical area of Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington, Weld and Yuma Counties in northeast Colorado. All entries submitted for final judging will be included in a bound book. Copies of this book will be given to each entrant, their school library and the Sterling Overland Trail Museum." There is also an art contest available to students where students submit photographs or art pieces depicting eastern Colorado. The first place winner's art is the cover for this year's book. ELI MARLER was the FIRST PLACE winner in this year's essay division with his essay titled, "MUSICAL REVERBERATIONS: GLENN MILLER’S BOYHOOD HOME. Eli will receive a $3,000 scholarship. Sailor Green Becker was the 3rd place essay winner with her essay titled, SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW...BRIDGE. Sailor will receive a $1,000 scholarship. MaKayla Baker won 2nd place in the art contest and will receive a $750 scholarship. Congratulations to these students! These are very prestigious awards chosen from many applicants.
Update from Weld County Fair Board, "4-H and FFA members enrolling in any market and/or breeding livestock or small animal projects for the first time regardless of age, must attend a Colorado Meat Quality Assurance (MQA) program." If you would like more information, please reach out to Mrs. Larson.
Registration Day: July 7th from 7:00-5:00. More information to come on what this day will look like in the near future.
Good morning all, I received an email yesterday about the State FFA Convention, they will be holding a virtual conference the second week of July. Depending on how they present it and the health department rules, I am hoping to hold a "watch party" and we could all do this at the school or students can do it at home. Not sure what that will look like, but I promise to keep you posted as things progress. Thank you for your patience and grace as well figure all of this out. Happy Summer, Mrs. Larson
Please enjoy our 2019-2020 FBLA Banquet! The officers have worked hard to deliver this to you. https://youtu.be/Li-1RQbceTE
To the Prairie Community, Prairie School graduation is this Saturday, May 16th, at 10:00 A.M. Please remember that the ceremony is for the graduates and their immediate family. Other family and community members may honor the graduates by driving around the track and waiving to the graduates immediately after the ceremony which should conclude at approximately 10:45 A.M. (give or take). There will be a live feed of the ceremony that can be viewed at https://prairieschoolgraduation.com/. Please remember to check the Prairie School Website (www.prairieschool.org) or the Senior Graduation page (https://prairieschoolgraduation.com/ ) for any updates including changes because of weather.
Elementary parents!!!! We can’t thank you enough for all your hard work, dedication, patience, and support you have shown over the past couple of months!! We are BEYOND grateful!! So, when you are at the school in the next couple of days, make sure you grab a “thank you” treat from us!!!😊 It’s just something little...to thank you...a lot!! ❤️ And...please grab a popsicle for your hardworking, amazing kids too!!! 👍 We are SUPER PROUD of them as well!! 🥰 Love, All the Elementary Teachers ❤️
Kindergarten Graduation!!!! ❤️😍👩🎓👨🎓 https://youtu.be/A8UrEcBKBdM Congrats to the Kindergarten class!!! I'm so proud of all of you!!!!!
Reminder: Please bring any library or bookmobile books you have at home on Wednesday or Thursday for the checkout days. You will receive an email letting you know what is checked out from Prairie School Library. Contact High Plains Library for bookmobile books. Have a great summer! Keep reading!!! Also be sure to go to the Virtual Book Fair. Link is on the "News" page. You can shop until May 17.
Wow!! We did it!! AMAZING JOB first graders and wonderful adults of first graders!!! 🙌👏❤️😊👍 First graders....I have loved, loved, loved being your teacher!! I am BEYOND proud of ALL of you!! Thank you for working hard, trying your best, and most of all...for being in my class!! I can’t wait to see you in the fall....as....SECOND GRADERS!!! Have a great summer!! Your teacher loves you SO MUCH!!
Congratulations Prairie Class of 2020 on all your scholarship awards. May your post secondary dreams come true. Wishing you all the best. https://youtu.be/_C0bFp0kBZ4
Prairie School District RE-11J, located in New Raymer Colorado, has the following positions open. • Upper Elementary Teacher. We are also looking for a junior high volleyball coach, varsity high school volleyball coach, and an assistance high school volleyball coach. The applications may be found at www.prairieschool.org. Please send all applications to Mrs. Tabitha Piel at email@example.com. If you have any other questions please call 970-571-3642. These positions will be open until filled. Prairie School District Re-11J is an equal opportunity employer.
Here it is- 2020 Virtual Banquet!! I would like to share how hard the Officer team worked to bring this to our community. I am so proud of them, with all of the adversity in their lives right now they took everything in stride and rose above! I am also proud of all of our students as they have shown more grit than I knew possible. Thank you for another great year! Please enjoy our virtual banquet, as we celebrate our members and their hard work through the year. Thank you to our community for all of their support, we couldn’t have done this without you! https://youtu.be/GRQhF66KlJw
The 2019-2020 Prairie School yearbook is available to purchase while supplies last. While many things in life have slowed down in recent weeks, yearbooks are moving fast. Don’t FORGET! Order a yearbook today! Yearbooks must be bought before distribution and WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! Order today at www.JostensYearbooks.com
Please return bookmobile and library books on checkout days, May 13 & 14. The bookmobile will do a hold-pickup service (requested items) on May 20 at the Stoneham Post Office from 9:00-10:30 and at Prairie School from 11:00-12:00. Place your holds online with your bookmobile card. For questions, contact 888-861-7323 or go to their website at www.mylibrary.us.
Colorado FFA is seeking opinions about State Convention, all are welcome to fill out the survey below: From Mr. O, “As we continue to determine what we deliver with the convention experience, we would like you to assist us in gathering information by: 1. Complete the survey 2. Send survey to students, parents others through email or Social media. Here is the link to the survey: https://forms.gle/mjGhZJbCQPirVZsAA Thank you, Kenton Ochsner”
RE-11 Prairie School Graduation Ceremony Plan – Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Prairie School District is unable to have a normal graduation ceremony for our 2020 graduates. Working in cooperation with the Weld County Health Department we will host a modified graduation ceremony on the football field for the graduates and their immediate families on Saturday, May 16, at 10:00 A.M (weather permitting). Other family members, friends, and community members may watch a live feed of the ceremony by going to http://prairieschoolgraduation.com/. Thanks to Ross Stump for providing this technology. If friends and community members would like to congratulate the class of 2020 in a more personal way, the Health Department is permitting us to drive vehicles around the track to solute the seniors immediately following the ceremony (at approximately 10:45 A.M.) Everyone will be required to stay in the vehicles and will not be allowed to hand presents or cards to the graduates.
Since we are not able to have our Book Fair this year, you will be able to purchase online at Prairie School's Virtual Book Fair from May 4-17. This will not be a Buy One Get One. Go to the link and find out more information. You can also access the link on the school website under the Prairie Library page. Thank you so much for your support for reading. https://www.scholastic.com/bf/prairieschooldistrictre11j2
The plan is to have the 2020 graduation ceremony on Saturday, May 16, 2020 at 10:00 AM at Sorenson Football Field. However, we may need the flexibility to change the date to Friday or Sunday depending on the weather forecast. The celebration of these graduates will be for immediate family only. We will be strictly following the Weld County Health Department's guidelines. More information will be provided as the plan develops.
VOTING BALLOTS HAVE BEEN EMAILED OUT! Check your email and VOTE for your STUCO officers for next school year! See the News Tab to hear from your candidates. If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
See the News Tab for information on 2020-2021 Prairie Preschool Application Requests.
Prairie Community- enjoy getting to know a bit more about our 2020 graduates. https://youtu.be/a3pfFawAO8k
Please help me wish the best of luck to our FBLA Virtual State participants. Dylan is participating in Computer Game Design and Isaac in Introduction to Public Speaking. Levi, Bobbie, Sailor, Eli, and Zoey also participated in various tests. Emma Martinez is running for a state office. Results to come!
YEARBOOK UPDATE: As we all adapt to change, one thing that remains constant is the yearbook tradition of documenting the history of our students and our school year. We are pleased to announce that our yearbook adviser and staff are working hard to complete the yearbook and make sure it is printed. If you have any pictures of learning at home, students on zoom calls, completing different activities, etc., please email them to us at email@example.com. Since copies are limited and school schedules continue to change, we ask that you please order your yearbook online as soon as possible. Jostens offers a payment plan at checkout for your purchase if you would like to use that option www.jostensyearbooks.com.
STUCO election sign-up ends TONIGHT! Current 8th-11th graders can sign up to run for officer positions for next school year. President must have served on STUCO before. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to get the form. Form was emailed to you yesterday.
Thank you MOMS AND DADS!!!!!! Today, we read Pete the Cat and the surprise teacher!!! Guess who it was..... His mom!!!! Just like all of you MOMS and DADS out there teaching your children!!!!! ❤️📚😍👍 Moms and Dads you are rocking it!!! Thank you so much for all your hard work for your kindergartener and all your children!!!! They are so lucky to have you!!!!
Emma Stump, a 2020 grad sets her sights on UCCS and gets a highly selective award and $. The Chancellor's Leadership Class (CLC) is a highly selective leadership program. CLC strives to engage and empower students to become leaders by facilitating opportunities for self-reflection, community service, and professional development. Scholars also prepare and develop to be advocates for their personal passion and purpose in life. It also provides a $4,000 dollar renewable scholarship.
These are unprecedented times with unforgettable memories. Don't forget to order your yearbook where we have captured these memories. Please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order online. Thank you!
Adams County Extension is holding virtual livestock workshop series. To register visit https://docs.google.com/document/d/1q_ZwmepCh7I1nASPs8y51TSgLU4gyqT7c25dXW8roCo/edit?usp=sharing
If you want to be a part of the Prairie STUCO officer team for next school year, sign ups are going on now on a google form sent out earlier! Last day to sign up: 4/17 Campaigning: 4/18-4/25 Voting: 4/26-5/3 Make your voices heard! email@example.com for questions or form
We plan on having another Prairie pick-up day on April 14th. The pick-up time will be from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. The pick-up procedure will run the same as the last pick up. Families will text me at 970-571-3642 only when they arrive at the school for the pick-up. All students will not have materials so it will be important to make sure you have received an email from the teacher(s) prior to driving to the school. Parents are welcome to bring back library books as well. Parents will be asked to put the library books in milk crates on the curbs.
A HUGE thank you to the parents and loved ones that are helping the first graders!! You are all so AMAZING!! 😊 I REALLY, REALLY appreciate all the time, effort, and care you are putting in with your student!!! ❤️ AND...thank you first graders for working SO HARD and being SO INCREDIBLE!! I’m SO proud of all of you!! ❤️😊
Prairie Community, We have recently been informed that schools will not open until at least April 30th. This would mean not until at least May 4th for Prairie Students. Thank you to everyone; students, parents and teachers for embracing this challenge and forging ahead with positivity. We plan to have another pick-up/drop off day for materials in mid to late April. As this draws near, we will be sending out more information. In the meantime, we will all continue to do our best! As always please reach out with questions and concerns.
First grade show and tell...virtual style!! 😊😂👍 Thanks for the idea Mrs. Johnson!! 😊