Reminder! High school boys will have basketball shooting practice today from 4-5!
over 2 years ago, Bethany Castleberry
The Board meeting scheduled for tonight will be virtual. Bret Robinson is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Board Meeting Time: Oct 20, 2020 07:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 816 3724 0116 One tap mobile +12532158782,,81637240116# US (Tacoma) +13462487799,,81637240116# US (Houston) Dial by your location +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) +1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose) +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown) +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) +1 646 558 8656 US (New York) Meeting ID: 816 3724 0116
over 2 years ago, Bret Robinson
Student Council is Sponsoring Red Ribbon Week October 26th-29th! Please join in the fun!
over 2 years ago, Christie Girmus
Student council would like everyone to dress up for our first Pawnee Pride Day on Thursday, October 22!
over 2 years ago, Christie Girmus
Pride Day Flyer
School Resumes in-person classes Wednesday morning October 21st as planned! The district is anxious to get all of you back! See you soon.
over 2 years ago, Bret Robinson
The Colorado FFA Foundation is hosting their annual Meat & Greet event, this year virtually, on November 12th at 6pm. The event will include a guided cooking experience with Executive Chef Jason Morse. The Main Course (Strip Chateaubriand), seasonings, wine, and swag are shipped to your door before the event. Young entrepreneurs enrolled in FFA will give a “Shark Tank” style pitch seeking “investors and supporters” and you will have the opportunity to help FFA members across Colorado by supporting Colorado FFA Foundation and its mission. For more information on how you can participate, how the program will be run, or to purchase tickets, visit Twin Pack Sponsorship cost is $120 and includes the main course and admittance for two as well as wine, seasonings, & swag. Party Pack Sponsorship cost is $800 and includes the main course and admittance for eight as well as wine, seasonings, & swag with each twin pack. The Party Pack Sponsorship also includes Branding and Recognition before, during, and after the event, and an invitation to participate in the sneak preview experience one week before the actual event.
over 2 years ago, Mr. Rose
COFFA Foundation Logo
At-Home Learning Plans- As most of you know from the postings that went out last night the district has a positive COVID-19 case and will need to quarantine for a period of time for the safety of our students and staff. The district involved the County Health Department in making the best decision for all involved, and although the exposure was very limited please watch your students for any signs of COVID, get them tested if necessary, and please let the district know if we have any additional cases. The district has done a great job at keeping things disinfected, and encouraged all the recommended procedures for preventing spread. This should help us return to school as early as possible, and we will continue these efforts to prevent outbreaks. Isolated cases are going to happen. Teachers may have contacted you last night or today regarding assignments to be done at home, which will begin tomorrow the 14th. We have some things really working in our favor, and I hope you can look for the positives and get through this brief quarantine period. Tomorrow, Wednesday the 14th, between 2 and 4pm we will open the school for materials pickup by students and parents, and we will also run the bus routes with assignments at this time for those who normally ride the bus. There will be just the ONE pickup and delivery scheduled tomorrow afternoon. Students will receive 1 weeks’ worth of work. If there are no other infections, then all completed work comes back with students when they return to in-person instruction on October 21st. At this time there are no changes to the conferences schedule. Conferences will be scheduled by phone or virtually for Friday the 23rd. Concerning end of quarter. Our scheduled end of quarter is in the middle of our quarantine period, so we will do end of quarter grades based on progress as of last Thursday the 8th, so the next quarter will begin with the COVID time out, and we will absorb those grades when we all return. Thanks, Bret Robinson, Supt.
over 2 years ago, Bret Robinson
Mandatory Quarantine In person school will be closed until further notice. A staff member has tested positive for Covid-19. We will begin at home learning soon. Please keep a close eye on the website for updates. We will send out more information as it becomes available.
over 2 years ago, Bethany Castleberry
Our first junior high football game at Prairie ended in a loss but the boys showed a great deal of improvement. Next game this Friday at Peetz, 4 p.m. start.
over 2 years ago, John Foster
Jr. High Football @ Prairie
Jr. High Football @ Prairie.
Pumpkin Day fun
over 2 years ago, Christie Girmus
making predictions
finding a pumpkin
pumpkin observations
More Pumpkin Pictures
over 2 years ago, Christie Girmus
learning about pumpkins
scooping seeds
sticky business
How many arms can fit at one time?
Pumpkin Day
over 2 years ago, Christie Girmus
guessing how many seeds
6th grader help!
Kinders waiting for the weight of their pumpkin
guessing what will happen
More Pumpkin Day Photos
over 2 years ago, Christie Girmus
counting seeds
pumpkin guts
counting seeds is serious business
carving pumpkin
Starting Wednesday, October 14th we will hold high school boys basketball shooting practice from 4-5 in the gym!
over 2 years ago, Cory Lemaster
Student Council News The Student Council has a lot of things going on this month! -We have started Baskets at Lunch. When students in grades 6th-12th finish eating on Mondays they can go to the gym to shoot hoops. -On Thursday 10/15 we are starting Pawnee Pride Days. Every Thursday students are encourage to wear Pawnee gear, or red and black clothing to show their school pride! This will continue every Thursday. -We are having Red Ribbon Week 10/26-10/29. This will include an assembly and dress up days. -We will have our annual Pumpkin Decorating Contest 10/26-10/29 Information about the events will be coming home with students. If you have any questions you may contact Mrs. Girmus
over 2 years ago, Christie Girmus
The clay target team continues to practice and improve. Our first week Chase Mowery was the top shooter breaking 47 out of 50 targets with a 25 out of 25 in the first flight. At yesterdays shoot Mayson Cacciola was the top shooter breaking 48 out of 50 targets also shooting 25 out of 25 in the first flight.
over 2 years ago, John Foster
Clay Target League
Clay Target League
Prairie has sent the following Covid 19 guidelines for our junior high game, Thursday October 8th. What to expect for the Prairie vs. Pawnee Junior High Game on Thursday, Oct. 8th. Prairie is adhering to the requirements and mandates delegated by CHSAA. There will be no concessions. Restrooms Visitor spectators will have access to restrooms through the northeast doors of the building, signs will help direct the way. Home spectators will have access to the restrooms through the main entrance, using the restrooms in the main hallway. Please have your athletes dressed upon arrival, as no locker rooms will be available. Please bring your team bus into the field area and park on the east side of the football field on the track. Players are encouraged to bring individual water bottles, however, small water bottles will be provided. Hand sanitizer will be accessible for players and coaches.
over 2 years ago, John Foster
Pumpkin Field Trip Day
over 2 years ago, Christie Girmus
1st grade counting seeds
5th Grade counting Seeds
enjoying the day
lunch time
More Pumpkin Field Trip Day fun!
over 2 years ago, Christie Girmus
Kindergarten counting seeds with help from the 6th graders!
Ice cream sandw
We had a lot of fun at Pumpkin Field Trip Day! Eating outside, counting seeds, measuring and weighing pumpkins! We also made a pumpkin erupt!
over 2 years ago, Christie Girmus
finishing lunch
great sack lunch
1st Graders had a lot of seeds to count!