The $239,000 override levy for School District 242 passed with a 53.7%
yes vote in voting Tuesday, May 17. 338 yes, 291 no. Greencreek zone was
83 yes, 76 no; Cottonwood #2 was 91 yes, 45 no; Cottonwood #3 was 52 yes,
19 no; Keuterville was 61 yes, 66 no; Ferdinand was 51 yes, 85 no.
Students of the Month for May at Prairie High School
are Cody Gehring, honor student, and Ashley Schumacher, outstanding student.
Cody has clear goals and he strives to achieve them by studying diligently,
asking questions, and handing in his work on time. He never hesitates
to ask questions which facilitates his achievement as an honor student.
Ashley demonstrates her maturity, dependability, responsibility, and strong
work ethic every day at school as well as at her job at Grangeville’s Zip
The Prairie girls track team with their regional championship
team trophy. Front from left are Lauren Merrill, Vanessa Sonnen, Kayla
Uhlenkott, Nicole Nida, Randi Schumacher and Casandra Schaeffer. Back from
left are Tabitha Sonnen, Bridget Enneking, Christa Wilson, Charlene Duman
and hidden behind Schaeffer is Kayla Lorentz..
Students in the 4th grade participated in a National
School Bus Safety Week poster contest. First place winner was Shelby VonBargen,
2nd place went to Matthew Jungert, and 3rd place was awarded to Kendall
Schumacher. Shelby's poster will be sent to Boise. The Idaho Association
of Pupil Transportation and the pupil transportation staff at the Department
of Education sponsored the statewide poster contest. The 1st, 2nd, and
3rd place winners at the state level will represent Idaho in a national
contest. Good luck Shelby as your poster advances to the state competition!
A job well done to Matthew, Kendall, and all of the 4th graders who submitted
The Idaho Association of Pupil Transportation, in
cooperation with the pupil transportation staff at the Department of Education
is sponsoring a School Bus Safety poster contest. The winners from Prairie
Middle School, Grade 6 are: (left to right) Brock Heath, 1st; Lindsay Heitman,
2nd; and Maddison Edwards 3rd. Brock's poster will be sent to represent
Prairie in the statewide competition.
Mrs. Arnzen’s 3rd grade students took part in an egg-hatching
project. Fertilized eggs were set in a glass tank and students watched
each day as the eggs developed into chicks. The eggs were turned daily
and the temperature in the tank was kept constant. The development cycle
was part of a science project. Students adopted a chick in the process.
The weather couldn't have been more beautiful in Spalding
on Wednesday as the 4th graders listened to stories, created memory beads,
put up a teepee, and lunched at the park for the annual May field trip.
There were a lot of hands on activities and the day was enjoyed by all
- including quite a few chaperones!
Regina Seubert received 4th place in the Middle School
Alto Vocal Solo Division at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival She sang "Dream
a Little Dream of Me" and a jazzy arrangement of "Swing Low". This was
her first year competing in the solo division and she is a 7th grader at
Prairie Middle School.
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