school and award pictures
With their Athlete of the year trophies are Vanessa
Sonnen and Kelby Wilson. They were also named the Heisman Scholar-Athletes
Amanda Jackson was awarded “The Prize” a special award
voted on by the entire student body.
Heather Schierman was awarded the Thomas Nau Memorial
Scholarship at the PHS awards assembly. Thomas’ family, Mike, Susan and
Robert Nau presented the award.
TSA letter awards were presented by Jerry Richardson
to, from left, Taylor Rieman, Carson Heath and Chris Schnider.
Carson Heath and Taylor Rieman stand next to the new
CNC that was purchased with Carl Perkins money this spring for the high
school Industrial Technology program. The working surface is 24" X 30"
with a 6" z axis. The machine cuts aluminum better than the old CNC. On
the working table are some products that have been cut on the machine by
Gina Seubert won the talent show contest which was
held the last day of school at Prairie Middle School. She is the daughter
of Joe and Angie Seubert.
Mr. Dave Snodgrass presents Kathleen Stubbers
with a plaque for her 17 years of service and dedication to the music program,
during her last Middle School concert. She will be missed by both staff
and students. Thank you Mrs. Stubbers!
May’s attendance winners at Prairie Elementary are Seth Chaffee
and Justin Ross. They’re shown with principal Rene’ Forsmann.
The Kindergartners at the Elementary School concert.
The first graders at the Concert.
The 2nd graders
The 3rd graders
The 4th graders.
The Middle School Spring Concert was dedicated to
local Idaho National guardsman where local graduate Jesse Ingram, Jeff
Uhlenkott (Mrs. Allison Zenner's brother), and Guy Vonbargon, Mrs. Kathleen
Stubbers' son who all serve in the 116th Combat in Iraq.The fifth grade
and sixth grade chorus dedicated "Gee Mom I Wanna Come Home" to the 116th
Combat. A huge "Thank You" to Mrs. Lundmark, her art classes and her daughter,
Haleigh, for the beautiful decorations.
Something new and exciting happened at Prairie Middle School this school
Brock Heath and Maddie Edwards started a chess club which was open to anyone
in the sixth grade. Students who had never played chess before, signed
up for individual instruction. Brock printed off official chess rules
from the internet and he and Maddie took turns instructing their peers.
They set up a play-off schedule and supervised the competitions.
Students were told the winner would receive a chess board. Brock
designed and made the chess pieces for the winner. After several
months of first teaching and then playing, Silas Whitley won the final
chess round. Plans are to continue the chess club in seventh grade
next school year.
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