Updated March 4, 2004
'Snow White' performances are Friday, March 5
Venture into the terrifying Black Forest with Snow White and her friends this Friday, March 5, when Missoula Children’s Theatre and over 50 local students perform Snow White And The Seven Dwarves. An original musical adaptation of this classic tale, the performance is sure to thrill audiences of all ages. . . .
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Kindergarten Screening set for April 12-14
Kindergarten screening for the 2004-2005 school year will be held at the Cottonwood Elementary School Building on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, April 12th through the 14th. . . .
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Pinewood Derby winners pictured
On this page are pictures of the annual Cub Scouts Pinewood Derby winners. . . .
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Pirates take third at District
The Prairie Pirates beat Grangeville but lost to Potlatch to fall one win short of a state berth and wound up third at District. . . .
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Uhlenkott earns 5th place medal
Nick Uhlenkott brought home a fifth place medal from the State Wrestling Meet at Pocatello. . . .
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Girls win Prairie Jamboree; KC Hoop Shoot winners named
The Prairie 6th grade girls won the basketball jamboree Prairie hosted. . . .
The KC Hoop Shoot winners have been named. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Summit team splits at INEEL District Knowledge Bowl. . . .
Junior High Knowledge Bowl team competes at C.V. . . .
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Kevin Funke, left was the honor student and Chris Rehder was the outstanding student for the month of February at Prairie High School.

Auditions were held Monday for the Missoula Children's Theatre production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Performances are set for Friday, March 5 at 1:30 and 7 p.m. at the PHS gym.

The Cat in the Hat was a visitor to Cindy Schumacher's first grade class on Dr. Seuss' birthday.

The Youth for Justice Caught Ya winners for the month of February. Left to Right, Nina Li, grade 8, Kaylee Uhlenkott, grade 7, David Sigler, grade 6, Merannda Chaffee, grade 5.   These students were "caught" in a random act of kindness by their peers or teachers.  There were over seventy nominations in the 5th through 8th grade.  Each month a winner from each grade will be drawn from the nominations made.  The advisors for this program are Lydia Deiss and Sherry Holthaus.  

Kyle Marker, a 4th grader from Prairie Elementary School, is pictured with the set of classroom science books that he won through the Dialogue for Kids program on PBS.  Mrs. Kim Schumacher had all the students write down questions for the program that was aired in February on earthquakes.  There is a time for questions during the program and questions from two students, Shailynn Jungert and Torin Dalgliesh were answered on the air.  After the program, a winner is drawn from all questions submitted.  Kyle Marker's name was selected.  Mrs. Schumacher felt this was a great way to close the science unit on catastrophic events and was very proud of all the questions that were sent in by her students! 

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