Prairie School District RE-11J, located in New Raymer Colorado, has the following positions open. • Music Teacher Employment applications may be found at Prairieschool.org. Please send all applications to Mrs. Tabitha Piel at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any other questions please call 970-437-5351. These positions will be open until filled. Prairie School District Re-11J is an equal opportunity employer.
STUCO Election Sign-up for officer positions for the 2020-2021 school year was emailed out to all students in 8th - 11th grade tonight. Email Miss Brendee at email@example.com if you did not receive a sign-up and wish to throw your hat in the ring!
AR Information Students in third through sixth grades will be able to take AR quizzes at home during this time. Mrs. Dollerschell is setting up classes also. Copy and paste the link below, or you can access the link on the school website. Go to Menu and then to Prairie Library link. Select student login. Student login is first name and first initial of last name. Each class has their own password. If you need password help, contact your teacher or Mrs. Northup at firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep reading! Here is the link: https://global-zone51.renaissance-go.com/welcomeportal/371099
For quick links and helpful hints from our very own, Ms. Brendee, please go to this link: https://bit.ly/2QMVaYm. You may also find these resource following these steps: 1. Go to Menu 2. Then click on Quick Links 3. Last click on Useful Links.
3-26-2020 Breakfast: Blueberry Coffee Cake, Bacon, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Sloppy Joes, French Fries, Tropical Fruit, Carrots and Celery
Prairie Community- Do to the Governor's "Stay at Home" order beginning at 6 am tomorrow, we are canceling tomorrow's student supply pickup and are asking parents to pick up the students' supplies tonight between 6 pm and 9 pm if possible. Since we are short of staff, please text Mrs. Piel at 970-571-3642 when you arrive for pick up and we will do our best to get to you as soon as we can. Please do not text for any other reason than for needing a pick-up. We will move as fastly as possible. If you cannot come tonight, we will make alternative arrangements plans soon. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Please follow previous procedures for pickup.
3-25-2020 Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy, sausage patty and Fresh Fruit Lunch: White Chicken Chili, Cinnamon Rolls, Carrots and Celery, Watermelon
Our Sources of Strength group has a instagram page PHS_Sources_of _Strength where they will post daily challenges. Complete these challenges, post a picture or video, tag them in it and earn prizes, extra credit in a class of your choice, and have fun! Please follow them and pass this along to your peers.
Prairie Families, On Thursday, March 26th, from 7:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m, we will be asking families to come pick up materials for students. We have learning materials, instruments, novels (grades 7-12), and other items ready for pick up. Please pull up to the main entrance, remain in your vehicle, call the school 970-437-5351, pop your trunk, and we will bring the supplies to your trunk. For secondary students teachers will be emailing if there are required pick-up items.
Dear Parents and Guardians, When we left school a week ago for spring break not many of us thought we would be saying goodbye for over a month. The Corona Virus has definitely altered the course of the school year among other things. Our community is made up of hard working families and I have no doubt that as a community we can turn this challenge into an opportunity. Our staff has been training on blended learning (E-Learning and Distance Learning) for the past two years and we are ahead of the curve for facing a situation such as this one. Will it be perfect? Doubtful. Will we need to tweak it as we go to better suit students and their families? Absolutely! Communication will be key to the success of this program. Let's work together for our students. Let's set the bar for how schools, students, and communities can persevere in the face of this adversity. I will be emailing out more information today. If you are not getting emails from me, please email me at email@example.com right away.
Prairie School Nutrition Services:Prairie School will offer both breakfast and lunch for any child up to 18 years old- free of charge. Bagged meals will be available for pickup in a "Grab and Go" drive-through style for families to pick up and take home. The pick-up point will be at two locations. One of the locations will be at Stoneham Community Building from 10:00-10:15 and the second location will be at the New Raymer Community building from 10:45-11:00. The meals will begin on Monday, March 23, and again on Wednesday, March 25, at the same time. The Monday/Wednesday schedule will continue until school resumes. You can remain in your car and staff will get the food to you. There will be enough in the bags for two days for breakfast and 2 days for lunch. We would like to get an idea of how many will take advantage of the breakfast and lunch so we know how much food to prepare. Please email Tabitha Piel at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know if you would like to pick up food, which location, and how many children at your earliest convenience? If families are in need of lunches and breakfasts that do not live in our area, they may go to the following website to see the meals that are provided for students at different locations: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/publish?EQBCT=eaae70d787a643b59359fe09e99b88d1 Thank you,
Congratulations to our 2019-2020 Basketball All Conference players Bobbie Schreiner MaKayla Baker Cierra Hove Mitch Dollerschell Kade Samber Carson Holzworth Honorable Mention Ashley Scott Congratulations again!
Dear Parents/Guardians,WIth the situation regarding Covid-19, Governor Jared Polis issued an executive order that suspends in-person instruction at all public and private schools from March 23 to April 17, 2020, which includes Prairie School. The administration and teachers will be meeting on Monday the 23rd to discuss educational opportunities through distance learning for students during the closure. During the week of March 23rd-March 26th our teachers will be preparing for implementation of distance learning for Prairie Students which we expect to begin on March 30th. Prairie staff will be in contact with you regarding plans for the start of instruction sometime next week. We are currently working through the process of being able to provide meals for students 18 and under if needed. More information to follow in the upcoming week regarding this matter. With our school closure: - All school-related activities and events scheduled during the closure will be canceled or postponed. - CHSAA has suspended all spring sports and activities until April 18th.- All non-school related events scheduled to take place in our buildings will be canceled.- Bookmobile will be cancelling all stops until April 9th. - All school buildings will continue to be cleaned and sanitized.- State testing for the 2019-2020 school years have been cancelled. - We will share information as soon as it becomes available so everyone can plan accordingly. Thank you, Mrs. Tabitha Piel and Mr. Joe Kimmel
Lions Club Speech Contest is cancelled because of the quarantine. The Lions Club will still select a scholarship winner. Thank you,
What a fun filled day the second graders had on Friday learning about animal biodiversity and adaptations! We spent some time reading about different animal teeth and how they can help animals survive, learned about physical adaptations by exploring various bird beaks, and created bird house prototypes.
Zones of regulation.... Learning all about our emotions. Color zone green means happy and ready to learn. Color zone blue means sleepy or sick. Color zone yellow means silly or worried. Color zone red means angry or upset. Then we learned tools to help us when we need to get out of the yellow, blue, and red zone to get back to the green zone so we are ready to learn. Fun learning in kindergarten!!!!
Dear Parents and Community Members, Unfortunately, due to the mobility of all of us in the Prairie Community and the increasing spread of the Coronavirus, we are not allowing parents and visitors to attend the Wax Museum this afternoon at Prairie School. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you. We are trying to minimize any unnecessary exposure of the virus to our students or other community members before spring break, which begins tomorrow. Please inform any community or family members that your student may have invited. Thank you, Mrs. Tabitha Piel and Mr. Joe Kimmel.
3-13-2020 Breakfast: Tornados, Fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken Enchiladas,Spanish Rice, Pineapple, Fiesta Beans
3-12-2020 Breakfast: Muffins, Sausage link, Fruit Parfait Lunch: Spaghetti, French Bread, Cauliflower, Cantaloupe
3-11-2020 Breakfast: Sausage McMuffin, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Philly Cheese Sandwich, Curly Fries, Banana Pudding, Asparagus
FBLA officer applications for next year are available today in the business room. They are due back by April 6th.
3-10-2020 Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Strips, Mashed Potatoes, Corn , and Apples
3-9-2020 Breakfast: Pancakes, Sausage Patty, Fresh fruit Lunch: Pigs in a blanket, French Fries, Oranges, Broccoli
3-5-2020 Breakfast: Bagels w/ cream cheese, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Ham and scalloped potatoes, Whole Grain Roll, california blend, Diced Apples
3-4-2020 Breakfast: Breakfast burrito, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Hamburgers, Potato Chip, macaroni salad, Baked beans
3-3-2020 Breakfast: Scones, Sausage link, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Smothered Burritos, Refried Beans, Rice,Cocktail
March of Dimes numbers are in! We raised approximately $435 for the March of Dimes with your help. In third place, we had 5th grade with $63.57. In second place, we had the juniors with $90.06. Congratulations to the first place winners, 3rd grade, with $107.76.
3-2-2020 Breakfast: Waffles, sausage Patty , fresh fruit Lunch: Meatloaf, Baked Sweet Potato, Green Beans, Pear
The first graders became secret agents on Thursday as they worked to solve the 100th Day Mystery!! The evil villain...Agent 99...captured Zero the Hero and tried to stop the 100th Day from coming!! But, don’t you worry...our little agents solved the case and saved the day!! Congrats...Secret Agents!! 😎👍👣🕵️🕵️♀️
2-27-2020 Breakfast: Oatmeal Bar, ham Slice, and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Parmesan, Garlic Noodles, Monoco Blend, Bananas
Thursday, February 27th is the last day to bring change for the March of Dimes penny wars! 3rd grade and the Juniors are neck and neck.....who will win the doughnut party? Thank you all for your support of the March of Dimes and Prairie FBLA. Winner will be announced next week.
2-26-2020 breakfast; Fruit Turnover, Sausage links, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Super Nachos, Corn , applesauce, Brownie
2-25-2020 Breakfast: pancakes on sticks, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Fish Sticks, Macaroni and Cheese,Peas and Carrots, Cantaloupe
2-24-2020 Breakfast: Sausage mcMuffin, fresh fruit Lunch: Hot Hamburgers, mashed Potatoes, California Blend, Apples
Pep Rally on Monday, February 24th, at 3:15 p.m. Please wear school colors/spirit wear as we support our basketball teams heading for District competition. Go Mustangs!!
Tuesday, February 25th will be class picture day for the yearbook for grades 6-12th. Please dress accordingly. Thank you.
2-20-2020 Breakfast: Blueberry Coffee Cake, Fruit Parfaits, and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Sandwich, Spaghetti Salad, French Fries, Diced Pears
2-19-2020 breakfast: Scrambled eggs w/ meat, and Fresh fruit Lunch: Tortellini, Breadstick, Salad, Strawberry cups
Bobby Jones is a motivational speaker who gave a phenomenal presentation to Prairie, Pawnee, and Briggsdale Schools today. He shared some awesome quotes with us today: "Talent will take you where character can't take you." Five Things to Take You Down the Right Path: 1. Figure out who you are. 2. The past is the past for a reason; don't let it define your future. 3. Who are you hanging out with? ** Watch the people who you are hanging out with. 4. There are people who know more than you do. Listen to them. 5. Find a way to give back. How you serve others is better for you. "One big fall comes from one hundred bad decisions." "You do not know how addicted you are until you try to walk away and then you can't."
Attention ALL Elementary families: Please join us Friday, February 21st for the last home basketball game!!! GO MUSTANGS!! 💛🖤All elementary students have been working hard to put on a fun halftime show for the fans! Please be here by 7 to perform around 7:30. ELEMENTARY STUDENTS HALF TIME SHOW!!!!! 🏀 Here is a sneak peak....
2-18-2020 Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza, and fresh Fruit Lunch: Brats, Chips,Carrots and Celery, and Apricots
2-17-2020 Breakfast: French Toast, Sausage Patty, and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Taco Salad, Churro, Refried Beans, Mixed Berry Cup
2-13-2020 Breakfast: Tornados, and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pork Cutlet, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Cooked Carrots, peaches
We have had a busy week so far in second grade!😁 Barnyard day with the amazing FFA students, wrapping up our learning about producers and consumers with the wonderful FBLA students, going on a graphic feature hunt with our reading buddies, and completing our unit on erosion and work of water by engineering something that will prevent landslides! We are looking forward to another day of learning and fun tomorrow!
2-12-2020 Breakfast: Biscuit and gravy, and Fresh fruit Lunch: White Chicken Chili, Cinnamon rolls, Carrots and Celery, Watermelon
2-11-2020 Breakfast: Donuts, Sausage Link, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Fried Rice, Egg Roll, Mandarin Oranges, Broccoli
Good morning! The FFA will he adjusting some activities this week. Ag in the Classroom will by moved to Thursday and Barnyard Day will be Tuesday.
2-10-2020 Breakfast: Croissant Sandwich, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Meatball Sub, Tater Tots, Baked Beans, Fruit Cocktail
3rd graders have been learning about properties in materials and how the properties can change. They were challenged to build a tall tower using notecards that was 12 inches or taller. The other challenge was to build a strong tower that could hold up a hardcover book. The students had grit during this activity while they made lots of mistakes and kept trying new ways to built their towers!
2-6-2020 Breakfast: Bagels w/ Cream Cheese, Ham slices, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pizza, Salad, Cookie, and Pineapple
NATIONAL FFA WEEK!! February 10th-13th. . . Monday: Ag trivia (Kahoot) and Greenhand induction at lunch. Hand out coloring contest (Pre K - 6th) sheets in the morning. Tuesday: Ag in the Classroom . . . Our theme will be Energy Wednesday: TEACHER APPRECIATION BREAKFAST! The members are excited to offer breakfast to their wonderful teachers :) We will start serving 7:15!! Breakfast includes: Eggs, Pancakes, Bacon, and sausage. Thursday: Barnyard Day! All are welcome to bring their classes out to the old Ag shop and we will have an assortment of animals and equipment for students to explore.
The Corral School Store will be closed on Wednesday, February 5th as we will be gone competing at our District conference. Wish us luck! Thank you for your support!
Tomorrow is the last day to order your yearbook for $30! Go online at jostensyearbooks.com.
1-30-2020 Breakfast: Blueberry Coffee Cake, Bacon and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Spaghetti, French Bread, Green Beans, Cantaloupe
Monday February 3 the JH A Team games @ Lonestar have been moved up an hour to start at 3:00 ~ Their bus will leave at 1:30. The High School games will start roughly at 5:00 and their bus will leave at 2:45.
1-29-2020 Breakfast: Breakfast Biscuit Sandwich and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chef Salad, Bread stick, Apricots
1-28-2020 Breakfast: Oatmeal Bar and Sausage link and Fresh Fruit Lunch: BBQ Chicken Sandwich, Chips, Applesauce, Baked beans
A message from our yearbook staff: https://share.icloud.com/photos/0A0r2hGejZAPGvbXohwWbWj_w#New_Raymer
The JH Basketball games in Peetz will run as follows, C girls and Boys will play at 4:00, B Girls and Boys will play following that, and then A girls followed by A boys.
1-27-2020 Breakfast: Pancakes, Sausage Patty and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Tacos, Taco Fiesta Beans, Baked apples, Churros
1-23-2020 Breakfast: Scones, Sausage Patty and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Ham and Scalloped Potatoes, California Blend, Pineapple, WG Dinner Roll
The yearbook staff is excited about the 2020 yearbook and has been working hard to include all of the great stories and students of PRAIRIE. We will soon be finalizing the number of books that we will be ordering, but there is still time to order your yearbook if you have not done so already. From January 20th – January 31st the yearbook will be on sale for $30. You can place your order online at jostensyearbooks.com or with Mrs. Meece or Mrs. Holloway. If you have already purchased a book, thank you! This year’s book is one you won’t want to miss!
Today we headed to Denver to celebrate our Grant Recipients. These students applied for a grant through the Colorado FFA Foundation to help improve their SAE’s. We are thankful to Greeley Water for their sponsorship. Bobbie will be updating fencing and sheds for her equine SAE and Zoey will use hers to offset the feed costs of her show animals. These girls will also spend the next year corresponding with their sponsor each month. Congrats again!
1-22-2020 Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs w/ meat and Fresh fruit Lunch: Beef and Cheddar, Curly Fries, Monoco Blend, Oranges
1-21-2020 Breakfast: Pancake on a stick and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Strips, Mashed Potatoes, Cooked Carrots, Apples
Learning with our 3rd grade buddies!!!! Dreaming....growth mindset....never giving up!!!! We learned the history of Martin Luther King Jr and his famous speech "I have a dream." Then, we discussed our growth mindsets and added our dreams to the wall. "If I knew I couldn't fail, I would..... Thanks Mrs. Bailey and 3rd Graders for helping us learn and tackle big dreams!!!!
1-20-2020 Breakfast:Croissant Sandwich and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Stromboli, Salad, and Cherry Dessert
3rd graders had a fun day at the National Western Stock Show. Thank you Morgan County Cattlemen and Ft. Morgan Young Farmers who provide this opportunity to our 3rd graders! They learned many new things about agriculture and got to prove their knowledge in a 5 round livestock trivia. We got all 5 points right!
Dream big...”Only as high as I can reach can I grow; Only as far as I seek can I go; Only as deep as I look can I see; Only as much as I dream can I be." -Karen Ravn
Prairie JH Boys and Girls C teams won all their games at the Flemming Tournament! Congrats to all of you!
What are your goals for 2020? English students started the new semester by turning their 2020 personal and educational SMART goals into essays along with personal music playlists that connected with those goals. Every Thursday we get to hear a song from each student’s playlist which will help all of us stay on track to achieve those goals!
1-26-2020 Breakfast: Tornados and Fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken Teriyaki/ Rice Noodles, Oriental Vegetable, Mandarin Oranges
1-15-2020 Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Sloppy Joes, French Fries, Watermelon, Carrots and Celery
1-14-2020 Breakfast: Breakfast pizza and Fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken Enchilidas, Spanish Rice and Berry Cups
1-13-2020 Breakfast: French Toast Sticks, Ham Slices and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Lasagna, Green Beans, Peaches, and French Bread
The games tonight at Lonestar have been canceled for our Junior High and High school basketball teams tonight 1/10.
There will be no concessions stand on Monday 1/13 and Monday 1/20.
1-10-2020 Breakfast: Muffins, Fruit Parfaits and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Corn Dogs, Tater Tots, Grapes, Cheesy Broccoli
1-9-2020 Breakfast: Waffle Sticks, Sausage Link and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Smothered Burritos, Spanish Rice, Refried Beans, Fruit Cocktail
1-8-2020 Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Hamburgers, Potato Chips, Macaroni Salad, mixed Fruit
1-7-2020 Breakfast: Sausage McMuffin, and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes/gravy, Corn, Diced Pears
The Ag program had a great day! We went to the front range and toured Fagerberg Produce (onion processing and the farm), 4 Rivers Equipment, and Double J Meat Processing. Students asked tons of questions! What a great way to close out the semester. Fagerberg was the first farm in Colorado to implement drip irrigation to its crops. Today they use the system in over 300 acres. They also have 2,00 acres from Eaton to Fort Morgan. 4 Rivers Equipment houses $2.8 million dollars worth of parts for Ag and construction equipment needs. They showed us new technology on forage harvesters that will measure moisture content, partial size and so much more while harvesting your crop. And Double J walked us through the process of a cow becoming the product on our grocery shelves. They also harvest bison there. We learned about the by-products, aging beef products and quality assurance.
12-20-2019 Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs w/ Meat, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Brats, Chips, Baked Beans, Jell-o w/ Fruit
12-19-2019 Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza, fresh Fruit Lunch: Pork Cutlet, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Wg Roll, Rice Krispy Treat
All year long the students have been making a good character chain!! When students are “caught” showing a strong character trait, they are rewarded with a treat and smile from their teachers and staff!! If the students reach their finish line goal by the end of the semester, they all get a surprise!! Check out the chain when you are in the building this week!! We are SO proud of all the amazing character we have seen in our students!! ❤️❤️
Ag III/IV presenting their final project. They took on the task of selecting a crop and “selling” it as the best crop. Students had to research seeding, fertilization, equipment, products, diseases, and cost. It was a great final and the students did great! Thank you to our 3 community members that joined class to judge presentations.
12-18-2019 Breakfast: Bacon, Eggs, Potato Triangle, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Parmesan, Garlic Noodles, Green Beans, Strawberry Cups
Prairie School District has an opening for High School Head Track Coach. Please send resume and emails to email@example.com.
12-17-2019 Breakfast: Pancake on a stick, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Spaghetti, French Bread, Tapioca Pudding, California Blend
Middle school and high school will be doing their gift exchange this Thurs after lunch, followed by a movie in the aux gym and a locker clean out. If anyone needs help with a gift they can contact Miss Brendee or any of the STUCO members. Friday, the middle schoolers (6-8), can wear pajamas to school if they would like to.
12-16-2019 Breakfast: Croissant breakfast sandwich, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chili, Cinnamon Roll, Carrots and celery, Cinnamon Apples
12-12-2019 Breakfast: Tornados, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Philly Cheese Sloppy Joes, French Fries, Tropical Fruit, Broccoli
12-11-2019 Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pizza, salad, Oranges
12-10-2019 Breakfast: Fruit Turnover, Sausage Link, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Meatball Sub, Tater Tots, Catalina Blend, Bananas
12-9-2019 Breakfast: French Toast Sticks, Ham Slices, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Super Nachos, Cauliflower,Cantaloupe,Peanut Butter Bars
12-5-2019 Breakfast: Waffle Sticks, Sausage Links, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Strips, mashed Potatoes, Cooked Carrots, Pears
12-4-2019 Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chimichanga,Refried Beans, Mexican Rice, Apples
12-3-2019 Breakfast: Muffins, sausage patty, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Fish sticks, Mac and Cheese, Mixed Vegetables,Peaches
3rd grade's Native American day was a success last week. They had been studying and researching different tribe leaders and their presentations were excellent! They got to see several real Native American artifacts, eat Native American food, and play Native American games! They even got to grind corn the Native American way!
12-2-2019 Breakfast: Blueberry Coffee Cake, Sausage Links, and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Fried Rice, Egg Roll, Broccoli, Oranges
There will be no Junior High basketball games tomorrow. 12/2
What a great day exploring the Ag industry in our community. First stop, Quail Ridge Dairy then to McEndaffer Cattle Compnay. We finished the day in Sterling at the Ethanol plant and NJC. Great day to explore careers in different industries and draw connects from one business to another. We are so lucky to have community members who open their business and share with our students.
11-26-19 Breakfast: Blueberry Coffe cake, Sausage link, fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken fried rice, egg roll, mandarin oranges, Broccoli
Due to the predicted weather forecast, we will not be having school tomorrow, Tuesday, November 26th. There will be no basketball games either. Happy Thanksgiving Prairie community.
We had a great day on our business industry tours today. First stop, Gordon Insurance. Then onto Bank of Colorado. Next stop was Furniture Mart and finally Colorado Plains Medical Center. Students learned key information not only about careers, but also about the soft skills needed to advance in the workforce.
Congratulations to to Andrew Littlefield for becoming a QuestBridge College Match Finalist. https://www.questbridge.org/high-school-students/national-college-match/finalist-profile
Congratulations Loralei Carroll and Andrew Littlefield for advancing as semifinalist for the Coca-Cola Scholarship! https://www.coca-colascholarsfoundation.org/blog/2020-semifinalists/
Preschool Update: Preschool will NOT be having Thanksgiving Dinner tomorrow 11/26/19.
11-25-19 Breakfast: Pancakes, sausage link, fresh fruit Lunch: Turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, wg roll, pumpkin dessert.
The first Sources of Strength activity challenge was AMAZING!! Each student in the school filled out a thankful list!! They are hanging in the main hallway of the school...next time you’re here...check them out!! We are looking forward to all the wonderful challenges our student-lead organization will do this year!! ❤️😊👍
11/20/2019 Whereas there were no candidates that ran for the Prairie School District Board of Education opening for Director District E in the November 2019 election, the Board of Education has declared an opening for Director of District E (located in the south east corner of Prairie School District). If you are a qualified resident of Director District E and would like to serve a two-year term on the School Board, please send a letter of interest stating why you would like to become a Board Member to Joe Kimmel at Prairie School. The letter must be received by the school by 4 PM on Tuesday, December 10, 2019. For more information, please call Joe Kimmel at Prairie School 970-437-5351.
11-21-19 Breakfast: Oatmeal, WG toast, and fresh fruit Lunch: Ham and scalloped potatoes, peas, bananans
Congratulations Isaac Doll, this year's recipient of the Hoby tuition scholarship. Isaac will attend the HOBY leadership conference in June in Denver. The goal of the conference is to provide Colorado sophomores with the opportunity to improve their leadership skills through education, understanding, and individual responsibility.
11-14-19 Breakfast: Pancake on a Stick, Fresh fruit Lunch: Tortellini, Bread, Jello w/ Fruit,California Blend
District Speaking contest tonight! Again I am so proud of these students. They continue to ALWAYS put their best foot forward. Tonight we brought home hardware but more importantly they all did their best. Creed: In the gold category Parker J, in the silver category Hunter B. Prepared: In the gold category Bobbie S and Zoey S, Zoey was the District Champion. Extemp: In the gold category (and the District Champion) Montana G and in the silver category Andrew L. Congrats to all! We are so proud of you and good luck at state!
11-13-19 Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Taco Salad, Spanish Rice, Refried Beans, Apricots
11-12-19 Breakfast: Donuts, Fruit Parfaits, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Teriyaki/ Rice Noodle,Oriental Vegetables, Fruit Cocktail
IMPORTANT... PARENTS......Retakes for picture day are this Thursday! If you student was sick or you didn't like how the picture turned out, be sure to have your student get retakes. You can order online or new picture forms will be sent home tomorrow.
Student Council Concessions are tomorrow night, Tuesday 11/12, starting at 4pm for the junior high basketball games! Come out and support your Mustangs and STUCO! See you there!
Concessions schedule has been updated for the basketball season. It is located in the concessions folder under the documents tab if you want to see when you student(s) class/organization concessions are. Thanks!
11-11-19 Breakfast: Sausage Mcmuffin,Fresh fruit Lunch: Corn Dogs, Tater Tots, Grapes,Corn
11-7-19 Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Sandwich, Smile Fries, Mixed Berry Cups, Peas
11-6-19 Breakfast: Scrambled eggs w/meat, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Lasagna, Green beans, Peaches, French Bread
The Quarterfinal football game is scheduled for Friday 11/8 7:00pm at Fleming. Let’s take over Fleming with our Gold and Black! Go Mustangs!
11-4-19 Breakfast: Blueberry Coffee, Link Sausage, fresh fruit Lunch: Hamburgers, Potato Chips, macaroni salad, mixed fruit
What a great few days! We are on our last day and we are here to give you a recap. The chapter attended a tour hosted by Corteva and experienced a blue room. Last night we attended the Worlds Toughest Rodeo. It was awesome! Ag Sales completed their written test yesterday. They also experienced a blue room and talked about sustainability and a circular recycling economy. This morning we received the results: SILVER NATIONAL TEAM! Shelby R was bronze individually, Montana G and Levi T were silver, and Andrew L was gold. Tell them congrats when you see them! It’s been a great trip but I think we might need a nap when we get home tomorrow. Thank you all for your love and support.
Prairie Community, You are now able to connect your personal calendars to the Prairie Events calendar and/or the Prairie Athletics calendar. Please go to the links below and clink on the plus sign in the right corner to add our calendars to your personal devices. Prairie Events short link: http://bit.ly/2WudJSrEvents Athletics Events short link: http://bit.ly/31YpIsRAthletics
10-31-19 Breakfast: Fruit Turnover, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pizza Casserole, Cucumber Salad, Pudding, Chocolate Cookie
Pre-order your 2019-2020 yearbook today for only $25! Must order by Nov. 8th as price will go up. Order online at jostensyearbooks.com or complete an order form at school (see front office or Mrs. Meece).
Parents/Guardians of preschool through 4th grade: As much as we would LOVE to go to the pumpkin patch tomorrow, we are going to stay at school. The weather is supposed to be warmer, but with the wet and snow, we decided it would be best to stay where it is dry and warm!! But, don’t worry!! We have a few Halloween activities planned to make up for it!! Please contact your student’s teacher for details!! ALL students (preschool through 12th grade) can still wear school appropriate costumes tomorrow to celebrate Halloween!! 🎃👍👻
Day 2 in Indy! We made it out of Denver, before the storms, just in time! We landed in Indy and went to the Indiana State Museum. Our students were wiped out after the long day. Today Ag Sales will complete their team orientation and team activity. We are so proud of these 4 as they compete today and we know they are going to do a fantastic job! We will keep our community posted through out the competition and week. The chapter gets to experience a “Blue Room” and check out the career show! Should be a fun day ❤️
10-30-19 Breakfast: Breakfast Casserole, Fresh fruit Lunch: Meatloaf, Baked Potato, Corn Bread,California Blend,Cocktail Fruit
Volleyball districts at NJC will be played tomorrow 10/30 starting at 11:00. Following the schedule that was emailed out Monday.
The District Volleyball Games at NJC have been postponed until tomorrow.
Prairie school district families, school is cancelled today. No determination is made on volleyball yet.
10-29-19 Breakfast: French Toast Sticks, Sausage links, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Fish Sticks, Mac and Cheese, Mandarin Oranges, Green Beans
10-28-19 Breakfast: Ham and Cheese Breakfast Biscuit, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Fajita, Mexican Rice, Black Beans, Tropical Fruit
Support the freshman class today and enjoy a pulled pork sandwich at the football game! Served with a bag of chips and a cookie for $5. Thank you and Go Mustangs!
We have about 10 2018-2019 yearbooks that were damaged in shipping (the outside only) that we are selling for a discount price of $30 (they were $40 at distribution). Let me know if you would like one!
10-24-19 Breakfast: Waffles, Sausage Link, Fresh fruit Lunch: Goulash, salad, Garlic Breadstick, pears
The JV volleyball game 10/24 vs. Peetz is now starting at 4:00.
Hearing and Vision screens are tomorrow. Please have your students bring their glasses or hearing devices with them.
With the change of the Football game, the FFA Chapter will also be moving the Corn Hole Tournament to Saturday!
The football game that was scheduled for Friday 10/25 vs Cotopaxi at 2:00 has been changed to Saturday at 2:00pm at Prairie.
10-23-19 Breakfast: Donuts, Fruit Parfait, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Beef and Cheddar, Curly Fries, Apples, Cauliflower
10-22-19 Breakfast: Pancake on a stick, Fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken Strips, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Corn, Apricots
10-21-19 Breakfast: Sausage McMuffin, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Tacos, Spanish Rice, Refried Beans, Pineapple
The Veterans Day Program is Monday, November 11th at 1:00!! Invites will be mailed/delivered this week!! Please email me if your/any Veteran didn’t receive an invitation!! The program is open to the public, so please share the invite information below with any Veteran or Veteran’s family you may know!! It is our sincere honor to salute America’s heroes!! ❤️🇺🇸 Send emails with names/addresses to: firstname.lastname@example.org
10-17-19 Breakfast: Bagels w/ cream cheese, Bacon, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Shepards Pie, Salad, Wg roll, Chocolate Cake
10-16-19 Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito, Fresh fruit Lunch: BBQ Chicken Drumsticks, Baked Beans, Coleslaw, bananas
Reminder: Parent-Teacher Conferences are Thursday, October 17th from 4:00-8:00 for students in grades 7-12. Students in grades PK-6 have arranged conference times with teachers as well.
Our FFA Chapter Clothing Website is LIVE!! These items of clothing are just to sport the New Raymer FFA Logo and are not used as a fundraiser. Please complete orders by October 27th. https://shop.envisiontees.com/new_raymer_ffa
10-15-19 Breakfast: Scones, Sausage Patty, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pulled Pork Sandwich, Pasta Salad, Potato Chips, Fruit Salad
10-14-19 Breakfast: French Toast, Ham Slice, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pigs in a blanket, French Fries, Mandarin Oranges, 3 Bean Salad
The Weldon Valley games have been rescheduled to varsity volleyball Monday Oct 21st at 5:00. Football will play Tuesday Oct 22nd at 2:00. Both game will be played at Weldon Valley.
10-10-19 Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pork Cutlet, Cheese Potatoes, Catalina Blend, Applesauce
Reminder: Tomorrow we will have flu shots in the morning from 7:30-8:30. Most insurance pay 100%, if no insurance the cost of the shot is $24. Currently, Walmart does not cover Medicaid for the flu shot. Student must be 6 to receive the shot and paperwork must be completed prior to getting the shot.
The FFA Chapter Speaking Night has been POSTPONED to Tuesday OCTOBER 22nd! Thank you for your understanding and we hope to see you all there!
10-9-19 Breakfast: Pancakes, Sausage links, Fresh Fruit Lunch: White Chicken Chili, Cinnamon Knots, Carrots and Celery,Oranges
If you forgot to send your picture forms, you can get them to Mrs. Holloway by Thursday and we can send them in. Or, it's easy to still order online with a lot more background options! Retakes are November 14th if you missed today!
Junior High Football and Volleyball games will start tomorrow at Caliche at 5:00.
10-8-19 Breakfast: Oatmeal, Toast, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Brats, Tater Tots, Cauliflower, Mixed Fruit
Due to the incoming predicted storm, the Junior high Volleyball and Football that was scheduled for Thursday 10/10 will now be played on Wednesday 10/9 at Caliche. The bus will leave Prairie at 2:00.
10-7-19 Breakfast: Croissant Breakfast sandwich, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Cabbage Pocket, Broccoli, Peaches
Freshman English students presenting their group research projects for their novel study. Background building is necessary so that students can fully absorb everything the author has to offer. John Steinbeck was an American author who wrote about the working class and the victims of the Great Depression. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1962. The freshman class is enjoying his novella, “Of Mice and Men.”
The Mustang's Volleyball and Football Games will be broadcasted tomorrow for our Homecoming games. It will be on 98.3 KATR Kat Country. The link is attached https://mytuner-radio.com/radio/katr-kat-country-983-fm-435635/
10-3-19 Breakfast: Tornados, and Fresh Fruit Lunch: Smothered Burritos, Fiesta beans, Pineapple
10-2-19 Breakfast: Biscuit and Gravy, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Philly Cheese steak sandwich, French Fries, Cooked Carrots, Diced pears
Prairie will play one JV volleyball game to 25 on 10/4. This will start at 4:30. There will also be NO JV football game on 10/7.
10-1-19 Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs, Potato cake,Toast, fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken parmesan, garlic noodles, breadstick, watermelon
9/30/19 Breakfast: Bacon, Eggs, Potato Triangle, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Taco Salad,Spanish Rice, Refried Beans, Apricots
9/26/19 Breakfast: Donuts, Sausage Link, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Spaghetti, California Blend, Peaches, Garlic Bread
9/25/19 Breakfast: Breakfast Burrito, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Meatball sub, Tater Tots, Strawberries, Catalina Blend
Flu Shots coming to Prairie on October 10th from 7:30-8:30.
Alphabet Exchange!!!! Our class made 26 letter E's to send to 25 other kindergarten classes all over the United States and Canada!! We will receive all the other letters in the mail from the alphabet exchange classes. We had so much fun creating an egg and putting them in envelopes!!! Check back often to what other letters we have received.
9/24/19 Breakfast: Scones, Fruit Smoothie, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Sloppy Joes, Curly Fries, Watermelon, Carrots and Celery
Picture Day order forms are going home this week. Picture Day is October 8th!
9/23/19 Breakfast: Pancakes, Sausage patty, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Super Nachos, Fiesta beans, Mandarin Oranges, Cookie
9/19/19 Breakfast: Breakfast Puff, Fresh fruit Lunch: Chicken Teriyaki w/ Rice Noodles,Oriental Vegetable, Fruit Cocktail
9/18/19 Breakfast: Breakfast Biscuit sandwich, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pork Roast, Stuffing, Broccoli, Canteloupe
Thanks to Every Kid in a Park National Foundation, kids in 4th grade and their families are able to visit all National Parks in Colorado during their 4th grade year for free! Today we had a great presentation provided by the Rangers and we loved seeing Smokey the Bear. Tons of adventures to come for this 4th Grade Crew. 4th Grade Colorado List: Bent’s Fort Sand Dunes- We want to hear the dunes sing! More to come....
9/17/19 Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza and fresh fruit Lunch: Tortellini, Bread, Jello w fruit, Corn
Varsity Volleyball 🏐 Triangular schedule at Holyoke this Saturday, October 21st. Match 2 & 3 times are tentative. 9am Idalia v Holyoke 10:30 Idalia v Prairie 💛🖤 Noon Holyoke v Prairie🖤💛 (Bus leaves at 7:20)
Varsity Volleyball vs Briggsdale @ Prairie @ 5 pm this Friday. It's a whiteout. Wear your white Prairie gear!
One game down, next home game on Friday! Reserved parking spots are still available. It's going to get colder before the season is over! Spots are pro-rated for the rest of the games and are now $80. Contact FBLA at email@example.com tomorrow to reserve your spot!
Volunteer Opportunity: Saturday, September 28th Lincoln Park in Greeley. The Success Foundation is looking for volunteers to help the Rider Support Team. All details and sign up can be found here: https://www.d6successfoundation.org/ride4success/ Must be 18 or 14 w/adult
9/9/19 Breakfast: French Toast, bacon, fresh fruit Lunch: Meatloaf,Baked potatoes,cooked carrots, pears, chocolate cake
9/6 Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs w/ meat, whole grain toast, fresh fruit Lunch: Pulled Pork Sandwich, Pasta Salad, Chips, Apples
9/5 Breakfast: Bagels W/ Cream Cheese, Ham Slice, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Strips, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Peaches
Tutor Tutor....Mrs. Jordan understands today's middle school and junior high students well and shares all her knoweldge with them. I've had the pleasure of working with her since 2006. She has a proven track record and I am totally confident in her ability to coach and tutor your child, so they are successful in math.
9/4 Breakfast: Croissant Breakfast Sandwich, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Lasagna, Green Beans, Salad, French Bread
Tonight's 9/3 Athletic Events 4:00 JH Football 4:00 JH C team Volleyball 1 game to 25 followed by B, and A Team. Varsity volleyball will NOT start before 6:00 pm. See Everyone TONIGHT and GO MUSTANGS!
9/3 Breakfast: Blueberry Coffee Cake, Sausage Link, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Fajita, Mexican rice,Black Beans, Pineapple
Prairie Spirit Wear is back! Website: https://www.bsnteamsports.com/shop/QXSBCLuadM Team Code: QXSBCLuadM The store will open on 9/3 and close on 9/16. Happy shopping.
Important Message regarding 7th grade reading: Our 1st Book Club Meeting will be Friday 9/6/19 NOT Monday 9/9/19. Please have your students check the announcement in our google classroom for more information and an explanation for the change. Thanks!
8/29 Breakfast: French Toast Sticks, Scrambled eggs, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Spaghetti, French Bread,Salad, Jello w/ fruit
Breakfast: Pancakes, Sausage patty, fresh fruit Lunch: Hamburgers, Potato Chips,Macoroni Salad, Mixed Fruit
Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Pork Cutlet,Mashed Potatoes, Monoco Blend,Canteloupe
8th Grade class supper is Friday 9/6/19, starting at 6pm and going until the football game is over. Please see the email sent out to parents tonight for more info. 8th graders will be signing up for work shifts this week. Thank you! Go Mustangs!
Hello Prairie Families! The 19-20 concessions schedule and a letter from your Prairie Class Sponsors can be found in the documents section, in the concessions folder. Look there to find info on concessions and when your student(s) class or organization supper takes place! Thanks!
Breakfast: Oatmeal Bar, Ham patty. Fresh fruit Lunch: Corn dogs, Tater tots, grapes and corn
We had a super first week of school in second grade! We learned all about our classroom and being a second grade superhero. We even had the chance to follow clues to solve the case of the runaway school supplies and to practice our addition facts with some familiar games. Looking forward to a great year with these wonderful students!
Thanks to everyone that came out and made the Back to School Night a success. Tonight was a great way to kick off the 2019-2020 school year.
4th Grade-Thanks to all the parents and students that came to Back to School Night! Reminder- Check the website weekly for current information for our school and classroom. https://tinyurl.com/ramseierclass
Breakfast: Chocolate Muffins, Fruit Parfait, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Brats, Chips, Baked Beans, Grapes
Don't forget to bring completed reading logs tomorrow to Back to School Night! Students that have completed the reading goals will have their names put in a drawing for an AMAZON GIFT CARD......WOOHOO!!!!!!
Breakfast:Tornados, Fresh Fruit Lunch: Chicken Fried Rice, Egg Roll, Broccoli, Oranges
Breakfast: Sausage, Egg and Cheese mcMuffin Lunch: Tacos, Refried Beans, Spanish Rice, Churro, Pineapple
Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year: School starts for grades 6-12 this week. Students will be in session Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. We will be hosting an illusionist Friday night at Back to School Night for all the Prairie community. The kitchen will be serving chicken strips and mash potatoes. Next week K-5 will begin classes on Monday (19th) and PK on Tuesday (20th). If the student in grades 7-12 would like to pick up Chromebooks on Wednesday, please remember the $30 technology fee as well as the Chromebook Release Form (copies are on the website with the enrollment paperwork). We are looking forward to a fun and productive year.
Mrs. Northup, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Whitney, Tanna, Brylee and Ciree attended Harry Potter: Half-Blood Prince at the Colorado Symphony in Denver on Saturday, August 3. This was their reward for completing the Harry Potter Book Challenge for the 2018-2019 school year. We had a wonderful time! It was amazing!!!
Reminder: All junior high and high school athletes must have physicals prior to the first day of practice.
What a fun weekend the New Raymer FFA Officer team had on the Officer Retreat! We drove up to Estes Park and have stayed busy planning events for this coming year! We can’t wait for you all to join us! It’s going to be a great year!! Here are our new officers for the 2019-2020 year: President- Andrew Littlefield Vice-President - Montana Goodman Secretary- Ashley Scott Treasurer- Arek Wulf Reporter– Bobbie Schreiner Sentinel- Levi Troudt
Dear Junior High Football Players and Parents, The football season is right around the corner. It is definitely going to be an exciting and fun season at Prairie School. Through the sport of football, there are so many life lessons to be learned along with the skills necessary to play the game properly. This season we are expecting to suit up a team of around 20 players! With only 55 minutes available in the last hour of school for practice and our first game is at the end of the third week of school, I feel it is vital that we spend some time preparing before school starts. I want to go over proper techniques for safety purposes, terminology, and get a jump start on our fitness to help avoid injuries. When thinking about preventing injuries, you can start today by working on your fitness. Here are some ideas of what you can do now to help yourself have a more successful and injury free season. • Always start your workout by warming up properly; jumping jacks, karaoke, a short one minute jog, and STRETCHES. • 30 lunges • 1 mile run • 20+ pushups • 30+ sit-ups • Planks, box jumps, jump ropes, bicycle ride, swimming, play basketball • STRETCH….. COOL DOWN BEFORE OUR FIRST PRACTICE, there is some paper work that needs to be filled out and ready to turn into the office. Go to the Prairie School website (under Athletics then Junior High) and find the Parent/Guardian Information Form, Doctor Physical Examination Form, Risk of Injury Form (Warning to Student and Parents), and Illegal Substance Abuse Agreement Form. The equipment that you will need to bring to the first day of practice; football cleats, shorts, t-shirt, water bottle, mosquito spray, sunscreen, and a breakfast bar to eat during our break. Thursday, August 8th ……. 7:00am (sharp on the field) – 10:00am (We will start handing out uniforms on this day) Friday, August 9th ………….7:00am - 10:00am Monday, August 12th ………7:00am – 9:00am (Or longer depending on Inservice start time) Tuesday, August 13th………7:00am – 9:00am (Or longer depending on Inservice start time) Wednesday, August 14th…First Day of School ** Also note our first game is September 5th against Pawnee, so we have 2 weeks to practice. Therefore, we will start our Tuesday after school practices right away the 20th. They will last until 5:00. These are not mandatory, but hopefully as many as possible can attend. Please call me if you have any questions or concerns (970) 580-2059, Glenn Carlson Prairie Junior High Football Coach GO MUSTANGS!!!!!
Free and Reduced information is posted on the website at the following location: http://prairieco.apptegy.us/o/prairie-school-district/browse/65693
Hey FFA members! Fair Clean-up will be Monday July 15th! We hope to see everyone there. Reach out to an officer or Mrs. Larson if you have questions.
This week someone will be in the office on Wednesday from 7-2 instead of Tuesday.
Reminder, come out to El Jacal tonight to support Prairie FBLA! 5-9 p.m. Fort Morgan
PRAIRIE's BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT- AUGUST 16, 2019 Schedule: 5:00-6:00 Introduction of staff and dinner served by the board. 5:45-6:30 Classroom visits- Elementary may bring supplies to classrooms if they’d like. 6:30-7:30 Special guest speaker: David Laflin Illusionist 7:30-8:00 Fall athletic meeting with junior high and high school students, coaches, and parents.
We had one heck of a FFA State Convention! Montana Goodman placed Gold with her Prepared Speech on Livestock Antibiotics. The chapter came in second in the volleyball tournament. Mitch Dollerschell, Andrew Littlefield, and Alyssa Johnson earned the highest degree that the State can bestow upon them. David Spiecher and Andrew attended a reception to show off their grant projects and success. We attended the hypnotist show and came home with Katy Perry (ask Andrew for more details). Everyone attended a leadership workshop and we listened to inspirational speeches about how to vitalize our life, friends, school, and community. And we wrapped it up with a family dinner filed with giggles and good conversation. It has been a long week, I push the kids to be their best constantly; even when they are tired and hungry. But I couldn’t be more proud of our students, they are persistently rising to the challenge and exceeding expectations. Thank you to our community and school that supports us to 1. Be able to afford to attend and 2. Listen to speeches, work with ours kids in their SAE, and so much more. We are beyond grateful!
Montana is headed to the final round!! We are so proud of her!
Summer Hours: Prairie School will be open Monday-Thursday through May. In June and July the office will be open on Tuesdays from 8:00-3:00. Then August 1st, school hours will resume. Please contact Tabitha Piel at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need prompt assistance.
Happy Monday! Members: we are moving cemetery clean-up to this Friday the 24th! Please meet at the Stoneham cemetery at 8:00 with gloves, weed walkers, mowers, racks, and trash bags! See you Friday!
Updated List for Overdue Books Kindergarten: Bentley; 1st: Austyn, Dominic, Gracie; 2nd: Mason O, Morgan, Sophia; 3rd: Addi, Cameron; 4th: Chase, Genna, Hayen, Macie, Riar, Seth, Zander; 5th: Cy W., Kolby; 6th : Justin; 7th: Mia
5/16/19 Breakfast: breakfast pizza Lunch: Tortellini, bread stick, salad
5/15/2019 BREAKFAST: BACON, EGGS, POTATO TRIANGLE,AND FRESH FRUIT LUNCH: CHICKEN CORDON BLUE, BAKED POTATO, GREEN BEANS, WATERMELON
Please remind students to bring Chromebook and Chromebook chargers tomorrow. Students will owe $25 for missing Chromebook chargers.
5/14/2019 BREAKFAST: DONUTS AND SAUSAGE LINK, FRESH FRUIT LUNCH: SLOPPY JOES, CHIPS, CARROT STICKS AND PEACHES
Thank you for your fantastic support of the Book Fair! Remember to read 20 minutes a day this summer. High Plains Library is having a summer reading program through the Bookmobile. Students brought schedules home. Also check out the summer reading programs at the public libraries. Happy Summer Reading!!
5/14/2019 BREAKFAST: FRENCH TOAST, HAM SLICES, AND FRESH FRUIT LUNCH: CHICKEN FRIED CHICKEN, MASHED POTATOES,ASPARAGUS, MIXED BERRY CUPS
Report cards for students in grades K-5 will be coming home on Monday or Tuesday. Please ask your child.
Elementary Track and field day tomorrow!! 🏃♂️🏃♀️ Remember - we changed things a little!! 9:00-11:00 Running Events 11:00-12:00 Lunch 12:00-Inside events start Oh!! And....we HAVE to stay off the football field tomorrow...we are trying to do our best to help it be ready for football next fall!! So....we would REALLY appreciate everyone staying to the outside of track!! Thank you!! 👍
Last day to order a yearbook is the last day of school, May 16th. You can order by turning in an order form with payment to Mrs. Meece or order online at jostensyearbooks.com. Stay tuned for details about a distribution party for high school when yearbooks get in!
Ms. MaKayla Baker is our only Mustang trackster going to state. She qualified in the high jump, long jump, 800 and the mile. Congrats MAKAYLA! State track is at Jeffco Stadium in Lakewood.
Movie Tickets: Please remember that the last day to purchase summer movie passes from FBLA or FFA will be tomorrow.
Our “Flat Friends” came back!! The first graders were so excited to learn about Flat Stanley’s adventures!!! Our friends went all over the country and a few even went across the ocean to England, Belgium, and to the Netherlands! We learned so much and are so thankful for our friends across the country and world!! 🌎📬🗺