The kindergartners and preschoolers enjoyed dressing up as community workers.
about 3 years ago, Tina Pembroke
Community workers
The kindergarten girls had a great week and enjoyed dressing up for Spirit Week!
about 3 years ago, Tina Pembroke
Dress up on Monday.
Dress up on Wednesday.
Updates for the upcoming volleyball game against Peetz!
about 3 years ago, Morgan Johnston
Peetz School Facility Plan
More cultures and traditions of Native Americans. The fourth grade exploring cultures and probability through a Native American stick game.
about 3 years ago, Carla Nussbaum
playing stick game
playing stick game
The fourth grade exploring cultures and traditions of Native Americans. They enjoyed deciding on their “spirit animal” and designing a Native American shield.
about 3 years ago, Carla Nussbaum
working on our shields
our finished shoelds
working on our shields
working on our shields
1st Graders have their door decorated for Spirit Week!
about 3 years ago, Christie Girmus
door decoration
Elementary students having fun playing PacMan Line Tag during Spirit Week!
about 3 years ago, Christie Girmus
Pac Man
line tag
fun
1st Graders had fun decorating the Senior's lockers this morning!
about 3 years ago, Christie Girmus
Locker fun
Jr. High and High School students having fun playing Pac Man Line Tag during lunch.
about 3 years ago, Christie Girmus
Pac Man
line tag
fun
run
Pawnee is looking for qualified applicants for a bookkeeping position. See the website link for employment opportunities for details.
about 3 years ago, Bret Robinson
Pawnee Adds new specialist to the staff! Becky Lauridsen is our new Onsite Supporter for Pawnee students and staff. As a Licensed Professional Counselor and the Founder of IOME, Mrs. Becky is an advocate for mental health, self-care, and overall wellness. As part of the Pawnee support services, Mrs. Becky will be providing enrichment activities and support through group and individual consultation directly to the Pawnee students on Thursdays throughout the duration of the school year. Individual counseling support is available on an as-needed basis which will be accompanied by a parent/guardian permission form. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to her directly at becky@iowemenow.com. She welcomes any communication. Welcome Mrs. Becky!
about 3 years ago, Bret Robinson
IOME Contact
FYI-LOCKOUT (Secure The Perimeter) VS. LOCKDOWN- Recently we initiated a LOCKOUT when some strange activity in the area was reported to us. To prevent confusion and unnecessary escalation of critical events, LOCKOUT terminology will be replaced with SECURE. According to the Standard Response Protocol used by the district the differentiation between Secure and Lockdown is a critical element. Secure recovers people from outside the building, secures the building perimeter and locks all exterior doors. This would be implemented when there is a threat or hazard outside of the building. Criminal activity, dangerous events in the community, or even a vicious dog on the playground would be examples of a Secure response. While the Secure response encourages greater staff situational awareness, it allows for educational practices to continue with little classroom interruption or distraction. Lockdown is a classroom-based protocol that requires locking the classroom door, turning off the lights and placing students out of sight of any corridor windows. Student action during Lockdown is to remain quiet. Be aware that situations can change quickly. Depending on what’s happening, a Lockdown might change to a Secure condition, or the Secure condition can evolve to Lockdown. For additional information please contact the school, and thank you for your support!
about 3 years ago, Bret Robinson
The preschoolers and kindergarteners had a great time last Thursday during our Valentine's Day party.
about 3 years ago, Tina Pembroke
Jett and Barrett looked through their goodies.
The kindergarten girls decorated cookies.
Two of the preschoolers decided to join the kindergarten girls.
The preschoolers enjoyed looking at their Valentines.
Student Council has been working hard to prepare a Spirit Week for the school! It will be February 22-25. The flyer of events is attached below and should come home with your student in the next couple of days!
over 3 years ago, Christie Girmus
Spirit Week Flyer
The preschoolers are working on writing letters of the alphabet.
over 3 years ago, Tina Pembroke
Barrett is focused.
Barrett and Jett are working hard.
Judah is all smiles.
Isaiah is excited to write on his own.
Pawnee School will be closed tomorrow, Monday Feb 15, due to extreme cold and wind chill. stay warm and safe!
over 3 years ago, Bret Robinson
1st Graders are learning about snowflakes. We went outside for a few minutes to look at snowflakes with the magnifying glasses. They were excited to be able to count six sides of the snowflakes and how different all the snowflakes were.
over 3 years ago, Christie Girmus
looking at snowflake
snowflake fun
up close snowflakes
Our JH Volleyball schedule has been posted. Click the attached link to view the schedule. Go Coyotes!!! https://www.pawneeschool.org/o/pawnee-re12/browse/89987
over 3 years ago, Bethany Castleberry
Please follow this link to watch the Junior High Basketball games against Fleming on January 28th, starting at 4 P.M. https://fb.me/e/11lojEJIA We will be following COVID guidelines and letting two fans per player into the gym to watch the game. If you have questions, contact me at the school. Thanks , John Foster
over 3 years ago, Bethany Castleberry
We are excited to start our unit on rocks! Did you know rocks can glow, float, write, and be magnetic?
over 3 years ago, Brittany Knight
rocks
rocks
rocks
rocks