Bethany Castleberry
Click the link for news on this year's Veterans Day Assembly. https://www.pawneeschool.org/article/336227?org=pawnee-re12
1 day ago, Bethany Castleberry
John Foster
The Senior class invites you to purchase Pawnee Spirit Wear. All ordering can be done online by following the link below. The Seniors appreciate your support of their class and Pawnee School. https://pawnee2020spiritwear.itemorder.com
about 14 hours ago, John Foster
Brittany Knight
Crazy Hair Day for Red Ribbon Week!
1 day ago, Brittany Knight
Carla Nussbaum
The fourth graders perfecting their candy launchers in 4th grade science.
1 day ago, Carla Nussbaum
Bethany Castleberry
Clay Target team schedule - We will shoot on Thursday, October 29th. Due to the time change, we will shoot one round on Tuesday, November 3rd and one round on Tuesday, November 10th. This will complete our season. These dates are subject to change due to weather. Thank you.
3 days ago, Bethany Castleberry
Bethany Castleberry
The junior high football game with Weldon Valley tomorrow ( October 27th) has been postponed.
3 days ago, Bethany Castleberry
Christie Girmus
Annual Halloween Parade
4 days ago, Christie Girmus
Bethany Castleberry
Snow Day – Due to heavy snow and dangerous road conditions, Pawnee School will be closed tomorrow, October 26th. Stay safe out there!
4 days ago, Bethany Castleberry
Brittany Knight
I'm so proud of how hard 2nd and 3rd grade worked at home over the last week, and how they just jumped right back into the school routine!
7 days ago, Brittany Knight
Bethany Castleberry
Due to the weather conditions, today's clay target team practice will be postponed.
7 days ago, Bethany Castleberry
Bethany Castleberry
Attention! Tonight's high school boys basketball shooting practice has been cancelled. We will start Wednesday, October 28th.
9 days ago, Bethany Castleberry
Bethany Castleberry
Reminder! High school boys will have basketball shooting practice today from 4-5!
9 days ago, Bethany Castleberry
Bret Robinson
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 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81637240116 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
10 days ago, Bret Robinson
Christie Girmus
Student Council is Sponsoring Red Ribbon Week October 26th-29th! Please join in the fun!
10 days ago, Christie Girmus
Christie Girmus
Student council would like everyone to dress up for our first Pawnee Pride Day on Thursday, October 22!
10 days ago, Christie Girmus
Bret Robinson
School Resumes in-person classes Wednesday morning October 21st as planned! The district is anxious to get all of you back! See you soon.
10 days ago, Bret Robinson
Mr. Rose
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 http://coloradoffafoundation.org/meatandgreet/ 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.
16 days ago, Mr. Rose
Bret Robinson
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.
16 days ago, Bret Robinson
Bethany Castleberry
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.
17 days ago, Bethany Castleberry
John Foster
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.
17 days ago, John Foster
Christie Girmus
Pumpkin Day fun
20 days ago, Christie Girmus
Christie Girmus
More Pumpkin Pictures
20 days ago, Christie Girmus
Christie Girmus
Pumpkin Day
20 days ago, Christie Girmus
Christie Girmus
More Pumpkin Day Photos
20 days ago, Christie Girmus
Cory Lemaster
Starting Wednesday, October 14th we will hold high school boys basketball shooting practice from 4-5 in the gym!
21 days ago, Cory Lemaster
Christie Girmus
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
21 days ago, Christie Girmus
John Foster
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.
23 days ago, John Foster
John Foster
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.
23 days ago, John Foster
Christie Girmus
Pumpkin Field Trip Day
24 days ago, Christie Girmus
Christie Girmus
More Pumpkin Field Trip Day fun!
24 days ago, Christie Girmus
Christie Girmus
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!
24 days ago, Christie Girmus
Tina Pembroke
The preschoolers are working on making patterns. Good job preschoolers!
24 days ago, Tina Pembroke
Tina Pembroke
The kindergarten students had a great time last Thursday as they enjoyed all the activities for pumpkin day!
24 days ago, Tina Pembroke
Brittany Knight
Pumpkin day was a blast! We enjoyed a beautiful day outside with a picnic, ice cream, and lots of pumpkin science!
24 days ago, Brittany Knight
John Foster
Clay Target Season has begun.
29 days ago, John Foster
Brittany Knight
2nd and 3rd Grade are busy learning about animals from our story this week.
29 days ago, Brittany Knight
Bethany Castleberry
The junior high football game scheduled for this Thursday, October 1st against Fleming has been cancelled.
about 1 month ago, Bethany Castleberry
Carla Nussbaum
The fourth graders enjoying learning more about the Middle Ages and designing their own coat of arms.
about 1 month ago, Carla Nussbaum
Brittany Knight
The Jr. High and High School had a little fun after lunch teaching each other line dances!
about 1 month ago, Brittany Knight
Bethany Castleberry
Fall sports are back! Pawnee JH FB will have their first game at home on October 1st at 4:00 against Fleming. Come out and join us. Follow the link below for the 2020 schedule. GO COYOTES! https://www.pawneeschool.org/o/pawnee-re12/browse/89987
about 1 month ago, Bethany Castleberry
Mr. Rose
District FFA Officer Elections take place virtually this afternoon at 4pm. FFA members may join by the zoom link or in the Ag Classroom after school today.
about 1 month ago, Mr. Rose
Mr. Rose
The Grover Agricultural Education Advisory Committee has a position coming available this year. If you are interested in joining the committee, and in helping to guide the direction of our Agricultural Education Program, please contact the Grover FFA Advisor. District Leadership Conference, which includes speaking contests, will this year be held in the spring. Grover is required to provide one Creed Speaking CDE judge to the contest which will take place February 1st. The contest this year is planned to be virtual and we are still working out some of the details, but we will need a Creed Speaking judge regardless. No experience needed. If you are interested in joining the Advisory Committee or judging the Creed Speaking Contest, please contact Dylan Rose: drose@pawneeschool.org or 970-895-2222
about 1 month ago, Mr. Rose
Bret Robinson
Students are bending glass tubing in chemistry!
about 1 month ago, Bret Robinson
Christie Girmus
1st Graders have learned about the American Flag and the Colorado Flag. They colored flags to display in the hall.
about 1 month ago, Christie Girmus
Tina Pembroke
The preschoolers are learning to recognize the letters in the alphabet.
about 1 month ago, Tina Pembroke
Tina Pembroke
The kindergarten class worked in their journals and drew a picture of their favorite part of the dinosaur book we read.
about 1 month ago, Tina Pembroke
John Foster
Notice: Playing football this fall is back on the table. Once again CHSAA and the Governor’s Covid Task Force are working on protocols that may allow us to play football this fall. With this decision forthcoming, hopefully tomorrow or Wednesday, we will not have trap shooting practice this week. If CHSAA and the Governor's office, and our local school board approve football this fall we will move our trap league to the spring as it has been in the past. We will begin football practice next Monday the 21st of September for both junior high and high school.
about 1 month ago, John Foster
Brittany Knight
Creative spelling practice with pipe cleaners!!
about 1 month ago, Brittany Knight
Tina Pembroke
The kindergarten students are working hard to identify and write the letters of the alphabet correctly. Nice job class!
about 1 month ago, Tina Pembroke
Brittany Knight
2nd and 3rd grade are planning on a bright year!
2 months ago, Brittany Knight
Brittany Knight
2nd and 3rd Grade are planning on a bright year!
2 months ago, Brittany Knight
Bret Robinson
Coronavirus Screening Questionnaire for Students and Staff Have you traveled outside of your home to another state or countries in the last 30 days? Have you been in close contact (closer than 6 feet for greater than 15 minutes) with an individual who has traveled outside of our area? Have you been in close contact with an individual who has had any of these symptoms or have you had any of these symptoms in the last 14 days? o Fever over 100.4 degrees or chills o Persistent cough o Shortness of breath/difficulty in breathing o Fatigue o New loss of taste or smell o Sore throat o Muscle or body aches o Congestion or runny nose o Nausea or vomiting o Diarrhea o Headaches If yes to any of these symptoms, how long have you had them and have you seen a doctor or been diagnosed? Please let the school know by calling the office at 895-2222 if your student shows any of these symptoms before sending them to school. Remember health screenings for Coronavirus and other infectious sickness start at home. Please help us minimize risk!
3 months ago, Bret Robinson
Bret Robinson
Welcome back to the families of Pawnee School! We are all looking forward to a great year! This has been one of the most interesting times we have had for our school, community, and as a Nation. Some of us have not seen each other in person since last March when the pandemic changed so many things for us all. We hope this summer has been both refreshing and productive for all of you, and some of your life has gotten back to normal! Summer staff have been working hard up at the school to prepare for the new academic year by cleaning, ordering supplies, and doing routine summer repairs. We are excited about some of the safety improvements made to your school so we can resume in-person learning. We will be following the calendar published last April with a couple minor modifications. Please see our website or Pawnee App for the latest updates regarding starting school; including relaxation of current COVID rules as some of them are set to expire soon. The board makes the final decisions regarding how these rules affect the district. I know the one many of you are watching is the mask order. If you have a high school student and would like to review or change their schedule, plan on stopping by and spending some time with me in the afternoon of August 13th. You can also call the office and make an appointment for an earlier day. Schedule changes are also possible the first week of class. Screening for symptoms of COVID should start at home. This will help the district keep all the students and staff safe and keep us in school. If your student is sick for any reason, please keep them at home. At this time “Back to School Night” will be postponed due to restrictions and complications in staying in compliance with the current COVID rules. We plan to have a back to school celebration once some of the restrictions are lifted and we can all really enjoy the evening! Thanks, Bret Robinson, Supt.
3 months ago, Bret Robinson
John Foster
CHSAA just released their approved calendar for sports and activities. They have delayed most fall sports including football and volleyball until spring. Please reference the article posted on the chsaanow website. We will keep you posted as we move forward.
3 months ago, John Foster
Bret Robinson
Please help us celebrate Graduation and 8th Grade Continuation on Sunday July 12! See the Calendar tab and News tab for details!
4 months ago, Bret Robinson
Bret Robinson
Congratulations to Erin Ellis! Erin won 1st Place at the 2020 FBLA State Leadership Conference in the Public Speaking Event! This was held virtually and qualifies her for the National Level FBLA event to be held next week.
4 months ago, Bret Robinson
Pawnee School
5 months ago, Pawnee School
Pawnee School
Employment Opportunities for Pawnee School: https://www.pawneeschool.org/o/pawnee-re12/browse/88716
5 months ago, Pawnee School
Carla Nussbaum
Some awesome projects happening during at-home schooling!
5 months ago, Carla Nussbaum
Pawnee School
Summer Reading Adventure - The High Plains Library is hosting a virtual reading adventure. For more information please visit www.mylibrary.us/sra for more information.
5 months ago, Pawnee School
Pawnee School
FFA Live Stock show is Cancelled
5 months ago, Pawnee School
Bethany Castleberry
The Freshman and Sophomore classes have done a great job getting all their chocolate sold under some tough circumstances. We have only one full box left and it is available for $45 (usually $60). Please contact Bethany if you're interested.
6 months ago, Bethany Castleberry
Pawnee School
The Pawnee School District would like to express sincere thanks to Kory Fenton from Leeward Renewable Energy, with facilitation from Board President Kevin Hahn, for the donation of 9 Dell Chromebooks. This made it possible for the online portion of the district at-home learning program to be extended to the 5th and 6th grades. THANK YOU!
6 months ago, Pawnee School
Pawnee School
Please check the News article for updated information about At-Home Learning. https://www.pawneeschool.org/article/206135?org=pawnee-re12
6 months ago, Pawnee School
Laine Burke
As a fun assignment for the 8th graders, I let them make math related memes! Here are a few funny ones!
6 months ago, Laine Burke
Laine Burke
High School Math, Desmos Art Projects The HS math students tried their hand at art using a graphing calculator! Check out their awesome work! I've submitted the entries; some of them might win money!
6 months ago, Laine Burke
Laine Burke
High School Desmos Art Project. Even one of my Algebra 1 students tried the DAP! Each one of the submissions have been entered and we will wait and see if any of our Pawnee Students placed!
6 months ago, Laine Burke
Pawnee School
Updated information for At-Home learning https://www.pawneeschool.org/article/206135?org=pawnee-re12
6 months ago, Pawnee School
Tina Pembroke
Some of the preschoolers and kindergarteners would like to share pictures of themselves and their plants they are growing as part of our science unit. This has been a big hit with both classes.
6 months ago, Tina Pembroke
Pawnee School
Bookmobile news- Please return all Bookmobile materials to the school for pickup by the Bookmobile. We have extended the due date to May 15th for all Bookmobile materials and have removed all blocks on student accounts, so that you can access their digital resources. If students, teachers, or parents need assistance in accessing these digital resources, please contact them at 888-861-7323 or visit their website at www.mylibrary.us. If parents are unable to find or return books, give the Bookmobile a call at the Virtual Library (888-861-7323) or email them, and they will work with you to extend the due dates.
6 months ago, Pawnee School
Pawnee School
Parents of 5th and 6th graders have the option of checking out Chromebooks for their students. All students using district Chromebooks should remember to take good care of this equipment as the same device will be checked out to you again next year.
6 months ago, Pawnee School
Brittany Knight
The third graders practiced fractions and made their own trail mix snacks to enjoy at home. Try them out! 1/3 cup Marshmallows 1/3 cup Almonds 1/3 cup Cheetos Or 1/2 cup circus animal crackers 1/4 cup chocolate chips 1/2 cup plain animal crackers Or 1/3 cup chocolate chips 1/4 cup M&Ms 1/2 cup tiny marshmallows 1 cup pretzels
6 months ago, Brittany Knight
Bret Robinson
Good Work! Thanks goes out to all the families that are establishing a routine to support the at-home education plan that Pawnee has in place. Assignments are coming in and going out well for the most part. If you need support please call the school or email your teachers directly. Hang in there!
6 months ago, Bret Robinson
Tina Pembroke
The kindergarteners and preschoolers planted flower and green bean seeds at home as part of the classroom science project. I will post pictures periodically to show how the plants are doing. I just found out one of my students has a green thumb!
7 months ago, Tina Pembroke
Brittany Knight
A BIG thank you to all the students and parents working so hard on schoolwork at home!
7 months ago, Brittany Knight
Bret Robinson
Parents and students; as you finish up your first week of assignments it is our hope that you have worked hard, and established a routine and learning environment. Remember that these assignments need to be ready for the bus or office turn-in Monday when you will also get assignments for the next week. As issues come up with your schoolwork, please let us know so we can help. This is new and different, but it is what we have to do for the time being. We miss you and look forward to seeing you soon!
7 months ago, Bret Robinson
Bret Robinson
Parents and students! Today is the first day of your at-home learning. This is new for all of us and although I’m sure there will be some growing pains and adjustments as we go, we can all get through this together. We will have assignments ready for pickup and delivery as previously planned, and we recommend highly that you treat these assignments as you would anything else you bring into your house. The virus can live on most surfaces for 24 hrs. We are taking every precaution to not transmit the virus to you, so please do the same to protect your home. See the links to COVID-19 for more details on the spread of the virus. We suggest you get on a set schedule for your at-home education. Get up in the morning and develop a routine to do a set amount of time at a designated quiet place where you can concentrate and work until you are finished. Don’t put off getting your assignments done or let them pile up. Also, we have an update for those of you who are taking advantage of our food program or would like to. It is for all students and it is pretty good! On Mondays you can get 3 days’ worth at the Pawnee School from 11:15 to 12:15, and on Thursdays you can get 4 days’ worth at the Hereford Park or at the Pawnee School from 11:15 to 12:15. If you can’t make the Monday or Thursday deliveries please call the school office to make special arrangements at 970-895-2222. Thanks, stay safe, and DON’T FORGET TO DO YOUR HOMEWORK! Mr. Robinson
7 months ago, Bret Robinson
Bret Robinson
Update 4-1-2020 Earlier this afternoon in a press conference, Governor Polis extended social distancing and stay at home orders to April 30th. This includes all in person education so expect to return to school after that declaration expires (or gets extended again). Hope to see all of you soon!
7 months ago, Bret Robinson
Mr. Joey LeClerc
Google Classrooms have been created for JH and HS Music Classes! Have your student sign into classroom.google.com with their @pawneeschools.org email. click the + and join the following classes by entering the following codes: 6th: hsxrk6z 7th: iz7obxy 8th: c6r2acq HS: e4norbl
7 months ago, Mr. Joey LeClerc
Mr. Rose
Parents of 5th-12th grade students, please visit the following link and take the survey to help us determine what resources are available for each student. https://www.pawneeschool.org/o/pawnee-re12/page/jr-high-high-home-tech-capabilities-survey
7 months ago, Mr. Rose
Pawnee School
Please see the updated news article for the District: https://www.pawneeschool.org/article/206135?org=pawnee-re12
7 months ago, Pawnee School
Randi Marlow
If you need a helping hand during this time, please check out this link: https://www.pawneeschool.org/article/220279?org=pawnee-re12
7 months ago, Randi Marlow
Pawnee School
If you have a student at Pawnee School, you will be contacted starting next week regarding how we will proceed with the at home educational needs of your student. If you have questions or need help please contact the office during the new hours of 9AM -3PM
7 months ago, Pawnee School
Pawnee School
We are offering grab and go lunches for Pawnee School students beginning on March 26th. You can pick lunches up at the front of the school from 11:15—12:15 or at the Hereford Park from 11:15—12:15. If you have any questions please call the office between 9:00—3:00 Mon-Thurs.
7 months ago, Pawnee School
Pawnee School
Please see the updated news article for the District: https://www.pawneeschool.org/article/206135?org=pawnee-re12
7 months ago, Pawnee School
Randi Marlow
The High Plains Library District will be closed until April 9th. All due dates have been extended. Please keep all materials until the Library is opened. Thank you!
8 months ago, Randi Marlow
Pawnee School
In our efforts to keep our students, staff and families informed with the latest information on COVID-19, please use this page as a reference for District communications regarding COVID-19 and other helpful resources.https://www.pawneeschool.org/article/206135?org=pawnee-re12
8 months ago, Pawnee School
Randi Marlow
Pawnee will be closed March 17 through March 23. We have made the decision to extend our spring break with the guidance of Weld County in order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Currently, there have been no cases reported to Pawnee School District.
8 months ago, Randi Marlow
Randi Marlow
Solo and Ensemble Concert
8 months ago, Randi Marlow
Randi Marlow
Solo and Ensemble Concert
8 months ago, Randi Marlow
Randi Marlow
Solo and Ensemble Concert
8 months ago, Randi Marlow
John Foster
The Junior and Senior classes are selling Coyote spirit gear. This sale ends March 31st so order now. Follow this link. https://pawneespiritwear201920.itemorder.com
8 months ago, John Foster
Randi Marlow
Student Council Western Themed Read-A-Thon
8 months ago, Randi Marlow
Randi Marlow
Student Council Western Themed Read-A-Thon
8 months ago, Randi Marlow
Randi Marlow
Student Council Western Themed Read-A-Thon
8 months ago, Randi Marlow
Christie Girmus
Rootin' Tootin' Read-a-Thon Kindergarten through 5th Grade students will be enjoying a read-a-thon Thursday 3/5/20 from 1pm to 3:30pm. It has a western theme with activities and favorite books being read by the Student Council members. All students are encouraged to dress up in their Western attire and come join the fun!
8 months ago, Christie Girmus
Mr. Joey LeClerc
3rd and 4th grade music students did so well today performing for each other in anticipation for the Spring Solo & Small Ensemble Concert next Wednesday, March 11th! Swing by the Gymatorium after lunch (12:15pm) to hear what they and the rest of the music department have been working on!
8 months ago, Mr. Joey LeClerc
Randi Marlow
Parent/Teacher Conferences will be to March 13, 2020 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Please contact Mrs. Marlow at 970-895-2222 or rmarlow@pawneeschool.org to set up a time to speak with your Junior High or High School student’s teachers. Thank you.
8 months ago, Randi Marlow
Tina Pembroke
The kindergarten students had a super 100th day!
8 months ago, Tina Pembroke
Randi Marlow
8 months ago, Randi Marlow
Randi Marlow
Pawnee School District is looking for qualified people to fill the HS Boys Varsity Football Head and Assistant Coach and HS Boys Varisity Basketball Head and Assistant Coach. For more information please select the link:https://www.pawneeschool.org/o/pawnee-re12/browse/88716
8 months ago, Randi Marlow
Laine Burke
The 7th grade business class worked on their community service skills by reading to the kindergarten and preschool students.
8 months ago, Laine Burke
Mr. Rose
Here's some more student projects that will be featured in the auction at the Grover FFA Oyster Fry on Saturday the 22nd! Two sets of corn-hole boards created by Emily Johnson & a ladder golf set created by Wyatt Schnug.
9 months ago, Mr. Rose
Cory Lemaster
Students working hard at the spelling bee! Although none made the oral round we still had a blast!!
9 months ago, Cory Lemaster
Kimberly Foster
5th Grade Math students Classifying Two-Dimensional Figures
9 months ago, Kimberly Foster
Randi Marlow
Box Tops are due February 20th by 4:00 pm
9 months ago, Randi Marlow
Carla Nussbaum
Third and fourth graders getting ready to enjoy the IMAX theater at the Denver Science Museum and learning about space at the museum, as well.
9 months ago, Carla Nussbaum
Christie Girmus
1st & 2nd Graders using the globe to find the Continents and Oceans
9 months ago, Christie Girmus
Randi Marlow
We are having technical difficulties with our phone system. If you cannot get through, please email us info@pawneeschool.org. Thank you for your patience.
9 months ago, Randi Marlow
Randi Marlow
Don't forget to check out our new app! You can find it on the Apple store or Google Play under Pawnee Coyotes.
9 months ago, Randi Marlow
John Foster
Basketball pictures will be taken tomorrow at 11:20. Please make sure that your athletes have their uniforms at school.
9 months ago, John Foster
Randi Marlow
9 months ago, Randi Marlow
Mr. Joey LeClerc
The Knowledge Bowl Teams had their first competition in Fleming today! While they weren’t able to place, each team did GREAT work and is ready to take on the Regional competition in a couple weeks. 🔥 Go Coyotes!
9 months ago, Mr. Joey LeClerc
Brittany Knight
Who can jump the farthest? 2nd and 3rd graders measured and graphed how far students and Mr. LeMaster could broad jump!
9 months ago, Brittany Knight
Tina Pembroke
The kindergarten students enjoyed learning about hibernation and listening to the story called Time to Sleep. Then they made their own bear dens.
9 months ago, Tina Pembroke
Mr. Rose
FFA Members will be working at the entrance of Farm Show in Greeley on Thursday. Members will wear Official Dress and will be leaving the school at 7:30 am.
9 months ago, Mr. Rose
John Foster
REMEMBER: TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO ORDER YOUR COYOTE GEAR ONLINE. Support the Junior and Senior classes and show your school pride by purchasing some Pawnee Coyote gear. Please follow this link to order https://pawneespiritwear201920.itemorder.com/
9 months ago, John Foster
Randi Marlow
Employment opportunities at Pawnee School: https://www.pawneeschool.org/o/pawnee-re12/browse/88716
9 months ago, Randi Marlow
Brittany Knight
2nd and 3rd grade are having a blast practicing measurement. We are 71 cm taller than an Albertasuarus, but 2m 29cm shorter than a T-Rex!!!
9 months ago, Brittany Knight
John Foster
Spelling Bee finals tomorrow @12:15 in the gym. Come and support our Spelling Bee finalists.
9 months ago, John Foster
John Foster
In addition to Pawnee apparel the Juniors and Seniors have added a nice stadium seat to the selection of clothes available for sale at https://pawneespiritwear201920.itemorder.com/ sale ends on Sunday the 26th of January.
9 months ago, John Foster
John Foster
The Junior and Senior classes are now selling Pawnee School apparel. Please follow this link https://pawneespiritwear201920.itemorder.com/ to order. Items will be on sale until January 26th 2020. Or contact a Junior or Senior to order. Thank You for your support.
9 months ago, John Foster
Mr. Rose
This Wednesday, January 22, 2020, FFA members will be visiting the National Western Stock Show and attending the rodeo. Next Thursday, January 30, Grover FFA members will be working the entrance at Farm Show in Greeley.
9 months ago, Mr. Rose
Mr. Rose
Thursday, January 30th, Grover FFA members will be working the entrance booth at Farm Show in Greeley.
9 months ago, Mr. Rose
John Foster
Jr. High basketball @Fleming games @ 9 a.m. bus will leave @ 6:30 a.m. please have your athlete at the school by 6:20 a.m.
10 months ago, John Foster
John Foster
The Junior and Senior classes are now selling Pawnee School apparel. Please follow this link https://pawneespiritwear201920.itemorder.com/ to order. Items will be on sale until January 26th 2020. Or contact a Junior or Senior to order. Thank You for your support.
10 months ago, John Foster
Randi Marlow
JH tournament on 1/18/2020 at Fleming will have breakfast burritos, Sam & Louie's Pizza, and a concession stand throughout the day.
10 months ago, Randi Marlow
Randi Marlow
The girl's basketball tournament for Saturday, January 18 was cancelled.
10 months ago, Randi Marlow
John Foster
Junior Basketball Tournament is Saturday @Fleming. Our A and B teams with play in the first games starting at 9:00 A.M. See attached photo for bracket. Come support the Coyotes.
10 months ago, John Foster
Mr. Rose
Wednesday January 22nd, the Grover FFA will be attending the National Western Stock Show and Pro Rodeo. We will be absent for the whole day, please be sure to get work from your classes prior to Wednesday.
10 months ago, Mr. Rose
John Foster
Coyotes fans: There will not be a concession stand tonight at the junior high game in Prairie tonight. There will be three games. The Jr/high Coyotes will play Weldon Valley at 4 P.M. at Pawnee Tuesday the 14th there will be 3 games.
10 months ago, John Foster
John Foster
The Junior and Senior classes are now selling Pawnee School apparel. Please follow this link https://pawneespiritwear201920.itemorder.com/ to order. Items will be on sale until January 26th 2020. Or contact a Junior or Senior to order. Thank You for your support.
10 months ago, John Foster
Carla Nussbaum
3rd and 4th grade studying owls and other raptors.
10 months ago, Carla Nussbaum
Mr. Rose
Grover FFA members are hard at work preparing for the 49th Annual Rocky Mountain Oyster Fry and Labor Auction happening Saturday, February 22nd. Dinner and the Silent Auction start at 6pm with the Live Auction to follow at approximately 7pm.
10 months ago, Mr. Rose
Kimberly Foster
6th Grade Math students are busy exploring Surface Area and Nets using Magna Tiles and folded paper shapes.
10 months ago, Kimberly Foster
John Foster
Next Saturday the 18th of January the junior high league tournament will be held @ Fleming. Future posts will alert you to game times for our teams. Go Coyotes!!!
10 months ago, John Foster
John Foster
Junior High basketball will play @ Prairie Monday January 13th at 4 P.M. There will be 3 games. Tuesday January 14th we will host Weldon Valley @ 4 P.M. There will be three games. Come support the Junior High Coyotes.
10 months ago, John Foster
John Foster
Junior High Basketball 4 P.M. Thursday the 9th of January vs. Fleming. Come support the Junior High Coyotes.
10 months ago, John Foster
Christie Girmus
1st & 2nd Graders learning about Continents and Oceans during their maps & globes units.
10 months ago, Christie Girmus
John Foster
The Junior and Senior classes are now selling Pawnee School apparel. Please follow this link https://pawneespiritwear201920.itemorder.com/ to order. Items will be on sale until January 26th 2020. Or contact a Junior or Senior to order. Thank You for your support.
10 months ago, John Foster
Mr. Rose
Students and parents who need to access my class website, please use this link: https://sites.google.com/pawneeschool.org/mrrose/home
10 months ago, Mr. Rose
Mr. Rose
Ag Students who need to log visits to the Ag Farm, please use this link to access the form: https://forms.gle/YA476ufjc7inyBwB7
10 months ago, Mr. Rose
Carla Nussbaum
Studying Mexico with “silver” ornaments and God’s eyes...
11 months ago, Carla Nussbaum
Randi Marlow
Our Winter concert is tomorrow night at 6:30! Students who are in the concert must be at the school no later than 5:45. K-4th grade students will meet in their classrooms. 5th grade and up students will meet in the band room.
11 months ago, Randi Marlow
John Foster
Junior High Basketball will have voluntary practice after school tomorrow. 4 P.M. to 5 P.M.
11 months ago, John Foster
Mr. Rose
Mayson Cacciola has created a metal Colorado flag. The work for this has been done by hand and without the aid of a CNC or robotic torch or plasma cutter. Mayson will be selling his sign in the live auction this February.
11 months ago, Mr. Rose
John Foster
Junior High Basketball games today against Prairie at Pawnee starting at 4:00 P.M. Come support the Junior High Coyotes.
11 months ago, John Foster
Bethany Castleberry
Fall Fundraiser orders are in! We will be sorting orders today so if you don't get your orders by the end of the week, please contact Laine Burke or Bethany Castleberry. The Freshman and Sophomore classes are grateful for your support!
11 months ago, Bethany Castleberry
Kimberly Foster
8th Grade Christmas Cookies
11 months ago, Kimberly Foster
Brittany Knight
Snowflakes and Symmetry!! Math is so much fun!
11 months ago, Brittany Knight
Kimberly Foster
8th Grade Seminar
11 months ago, Kimberly Foster
John Foster
Geography Bee Finals tomorrow December 12 starting at 12:16 P.M. in the gym.
11 months ago, John Foster
John Foster
Junior High Basketball at 4:00 P.M. at Briggsdale. There will be 3 games. Come and support the Pawnee Junior High Coyotes.
11 months ago, John Foster
Christie Girmus
1st & 2nd Grade learning about Christmas Traditions in Italy. The good witch La Befana comes on January 6th to delivery presents.
11 months ago, Christie Girmus
John Foster
The Junior High basketball teams will have voluntary after school practice from 4 to 5 P.M. today.
11 months ago, John Foster
John Foster
Congratulations to the Junior High basketball teams. All three teams won their games against Weldon Valley last night.
11 months ago, John Foster
Christie Girmus
Student Council Dinner before the Concert The student council is having a Potato Bar Dinner before the concert on December 19th starting at 5 pm. We will be charging $5 for adults, $3 for kids 5-12 and under 5 are free.
11 months ago, Christie Girmus
Christie Girmus
Student Holiday Gift Exchange. Students can participate in the holiday gift exchange happening on December 20th. We are doing this instead of Secret Santa for the Jr. & Sr. High School students. To participate they need to bring in a present for a girl (girls) or a boy (boys). The spending limit is $10.
11 months ago, Christie Girmus
Mr. Joey LeClerc
Care to spread some cheer through that which you hear for this special time of year? 😄 Join us for some light-hearted caroling and the annual Tree Lighting this Wednesday the 11th at 5:30 in the park!
11 months ago, Mr. Joey LeClerc
Dylan Rose
All FFA members should now have access to the Chapter Spreadsheet. Please remember all changes to the Donations Spreadsheet are tracked, and also that any of the changes you make update everyone's copy in real time.
11 months ago, Dylan Rose
John Foster
Junior High Basketball Games. Monday December 9th at Weldon Valley. Game time is 4:00 p.m. There will be A, B, and C games. Thursday December 12th at Briggsdale. Game time is 4:00 p.m. There will be A, B, and C games.
11 months ago, John Foster
Brittany Knight
2nd and 3rd Graders were busy disguising turkeys before Thanksgiving!
11 months ago, Brittany Knight