NO School at Pawnee today due to snow and icy roads. Tuesday November 29th. Pawnee School is closed. Thank You!
7 days ago, Bret Robinson
Thank you to all who participated in the FFA Food Drive! Congratulations to the 4th Grade Class for bringing in the most items! In total we collected 230 items weighing over 280 pounds! Thank you to Mrs. Fox and the other teachers who volunteered to receive the pie.
14 days ago, Mr. Rose
Mrs. Fox
Pawnee is reporting two staff members and one high school student staying home today for a positive covid test last night. Current protocol, confirmed by the Weld County Department of Health, for a positive test is 5 days of isolation followed by masking, and return to normal activity if symptom free on day 6-10. If a mask is not used the isolation is still 10 days. Quarantine is no longer required or recommended for people who suspect they have been exposed. People who have been in close contact with a positive case should be notified of the possibility, and monitor themselves for symptoms, regardless of vaccination status. Masking is optional. Any positive cases should be reported, and suspect cases could test on day 6 for confirmation. The district has rapid tests available if you want them. Sorry for the inconvenience, we all know there have been numerous people sick with the flu, colds, and even RSV, but the covid is still around too. Thanks for your support and help in keeping all our families well.
14 days ago, Bret Robinson
Congratulations Pawnee Clay Target Team! The team continues to do very well! We are very proud of the team for winning First Place in Conference 1. In addition, Donavon Ellis placed Second in the male high average with 23.1- Two other team members, Blake Misech and Cash Haun, placed 4th and 5th respectively in our conference. Congratulations again for First Place and 3 of the top 5 athletes in the conference!
20 days ago, Bret Robinson
Grover FFA is collecting canned and non-perishable foods this week and next, leading up to Thanksgiving Break. A member from the class with the most food collected will have a chance to throw a pie at a staff member
21 days ago, Mr. Rose
Food Drive
The kindergarten students have been doing a science unit on movement. One fun activity we did was to see how far and how fast could move a marble with only a straw.
22 days ago, Tina Pembroke
Kindergarteners having marble races.
Kindergarten students blowing to move a marble.
The kindergarten and preschool students said the pledge for the Veteran's Day program.
22 days ago, Tina Pembroke
The students saying the pledge.
Congratulations to our Grover FFA Creed Speakers who achieved the following at District Leadership Conference in Briggsdale today: Bronze Category - Jeremiah Sparks Silver Category - Corey Mowery
22 days ago, Mr. Rose
Creed Speaking
Thank you for your service Veterans!
25 days ago, Christie Girmus
KF pic
The preschool students made hats to show what they are thankful for.
25 days ago, Tina Pembroke
The students with their hats.
The preschool and kindergarten students made homemade bread in a bag and butter.
25 days ago, Tina Pembroke
The students were looking at the butter.
Phynix was mixing the bread dough.
Onyxx was helping to measure the ingredients.
The students are tasting their bread with butter.
The preschoolers are learning about Thanksgiving and thankfulness this month. Last week they made turkeys with Play-doh and colored straws for feathers.
29 days ago, Tina Pembroke
Gemma and Zander are putting straws in their turkeys.
Onyxx is working on her turkey.
Lucy is putting her turkey together.
Zander and his turkey
Students at work on a “Thursday Project Day”. On these days, students are challenged to start and complete a small project in one class period. It might be useful, pretty, practical, or decoration but should be completed within just the day’s class.
about 1 month ago, Mr. Rose
Cash, Donavon
Some pictures from the high school trip to Construction Con yesterday. Students had opportunities to operate different kinds of machinery, try out skills in specific trades, visit with colleges, trade schools, and universities about program and certification offerings and speak with businesses within the industry who offer apprenticeships, internships, and no-experience-needed jobs.
about 1 month ago, Mr. Rose
Sarah Sparks usu if hand signals to direct crane movement
Cash Haun driving the wheel-loader simulator
Drake Graham operating a crane
Cole Mowery operating mini excavator
Thanks to everyone who came to the community dinner/Halloween Bash on Saturday! What a fun night! Thanks to those who contributed a Trunk to our Trunk-Or-Treat as well!
about 1 month ago, Laine Burke
The Grover FFA members who attended National FFA Convention last week are back and have many experiences and photos to share. Here's a couple from some of the different opportunities we had while we were away.
about 1 month ago, Mr. Rose
Iowa 80
World's Toughest Rodeo
Anderson Apple Orchard
FFA National Convention is going well!
about 1 month ago, Bret Robinson
Here are more pictures from the pumpkin patch. Everyone enjoyed the trip. Some of them were very tired by the time we went home.
about 1 month ago, Tina Pembroke
The students taking a nap on the way home.
The preschoolers taking a ride.
Donnie helping the kids go down the slide.
The students pumped water to push the ducks down.
The preschool and kindergarten students enjoyed the visit to the pumkin patch.
about 1 month ago, Tina Pembroke
The whole group took a group picture.
Phynix rode on the zipline.
Lucy picked her pumkin.
Onyxx went down the slide.
Pumpkin patch field trip PreK-2 grade.
about 1 month ago, Christie Girmus