More Zoom time sharing with the 1st Graders.
over 3 years ago, Christie Girmus
Autumn's awesome dragon
A girl and her dragon
Annabelle's Santa riding a Unicorn Shirt
Audrey and her monkey
The 1st graders had show and tell on Zoom on Tuesday. They brought their favorite thing from the Plymouth Colony unit and a fun thing to share.
over 3 years ago, Christie Girmus
Plymouth Colony
Israel's Lego House
Top of Lego House
The Vision and Hearing Screening will be on the afternoon of December 9th. All students currently using corrective lenses or hearing aids of any kind must bring them to school for the screening.
over 3 years ago, Bethany Castleberry
Tomorrow we are back to in-person learning. We are looking forward to getting back to class and seeing everybody!
over 3 years ago, Bret Robinson
2nd and 3rd grade had a Pajamas and show and tell meeting to celebrate this week!
over 3 years ago, Brittany Knight
kids with show and tell
Board Meeting Zoom link for Tuesday November 17th. Topic: Pawnee Board Zoom Meeting Time: Nov 17, 2020 07:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82686068723?pwd=T0xPQkJ2ZUF2UHNiTzRMeG9MUTlkUT09 Meeting ID: 826 8606 8723 Passcode: 021996 One tap mobile +13462487799,,82686068723#,,,,,,0#,,021996# US (Houston) +16699009128,,82686068723#,,,,,,0#,,021996# US (San Jose) Dial by your location +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) +1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose) +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) +1 646 558 8656 US (New York) +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington D.C) Meeting ID: 826 8606 8723 Passcode: 021996 Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kcLcWZWf9
over 3 years ago, Bret Robinson
A meeting with the Governor's Task Force on Coronavirus encouraged schools to pass on the following information: (As seen on television) Hospitals have been expanded in the state to accomodate higher numbers of COVID patients than last April and May. All populations are seeing increasing numbers of infections. Especially in the last 2 weeks. Incidence numbers in Weld County have changed from the yellow level to the red on their chart. They expect a peak to hit mid to late December. Risk of virus transmission is higher now than it was in summer because people are indoors more. Three things they suggest everybody do that may help to avoid another Stay-at-Home order are: 1. Only interact with members of your family for social gatherings. (school excepted) 2. Wear a mask. 3. Stay at home.
over 3 years ago, Bret Robinson
Pawnee School will extend At-Home learning until November 30th. I know we are all dissapointed, but under the circumstances it is in the best interest of the staff, students, and community to remain at home through the Thanksgiving holiday. The assignments that your students have ready to turn in will be received on Tuesday the 17th in exchange for new ones that will be due on November 30th when we return. If your student rides the bus, the exchange will be done on the route that will run Tuesday morning leaving school at about 8AM. If your student drives or walks to school, the school will be open for exchange between 8AM and Noon on Tuesday the 17th. Please help the school and your students with this exchange. We look forward to seeing all the students when we plan return to in-person learning on November 30. The district hopes the extended at-home learning combined with the holiday will get everybody in good health to stay in school until the Christmas break. Thank You for your support in a difficult time, B. Robinson, Supt.
over 3 years ago, Bret Robinson
Just a reminder. The Junior High Football game with Briggsdale this Thursday November 12th has been canceled.
over 3 years ago, John Foster
Pawnee expects to resume in-person learning on November 17. Please remember that all of us should be observing safer-at-home guidelines for COVID exposure during this time. Watch your family for any symptoms of the virus and please report any concerns to the district which may delay our return. Students should have assignments already from their teachers aside from the few which we will be delivering tomorrow morning. All assignments should be completed upon return. Thanks, and stay safe!
over 3 years ago, Bret Robinson
The junior high football game scheduled with Briggsdale next Thursday November 12 has been canceled.
over 3 years ago, John Foster
Due to the quarantine, today's JH FB game has been cancelled.
over 3 years ago, Bethany Castleberry
We have just now received notification that a teacher has tested positive for COVID. This teacher has been in contact with most students, therefore, the most responsible thing to do is send students home immediately and go on quarantine. Buses will run this morning at about 9:30. If you would like to pick up your student(s), please do so as soon as possible. If your student typically rides the bus and you would like to pick them up, please contact the school before 9:30 and we will hold them here for pick up. If your student does not ride the bus, please come and pick them up as soon as possible or contact the school so we can make arrangements. We will send out more notifications as more information becomes available. Please keep a close eye on our website for updates.
over 3 years ago, Bethany Castleberry
COVID Exposure- The district will have 2 teachers in quarantine after possible exposure to a positive case. This is the recommended action from the health department. We do not have a positive case in school, but wanted you to know so we can support whatever decision you make regarding your student. Thanks, Bret Robinson Pawnee supt.
over 3 years ago, Bret Robinson
Don't forget! Picture retakes are tomorrow!
over 3 years ago, Bethany Castleberry
Red Ribbon Week - Seniors Shelby & Mayson talk to elementary students about how their choice to not do drugs is helping them with their future plans.
over 3 years ago, Bethany Castleberry
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Kindergarten and preschool students dress up for Halloween.
over 3 years ago, Tina Pembroke
Preschool dress up for Halloween
Kindergarten students dress up for Halloween.
Halloween party day
Kindergarten and preschool students show school spirit!
over 3 years ago, Tina Pembroke
Kindergarten girls love Crazy hat, hair, sock, and shoe day!
Preschoolers enjoy dress up days.
The Senior class is now selling fruit boxes just in time for the holiday season. Please contact Shelby Hoffman, Mayson Cacciola, or Chase Mowery to place an order. Your support is greatly appreciated.
over 3 years ago, John Foster
Halloween Parade
over 3 years ago, Christie Girmus
great costumes