Updated October 6, 2005
Addresses being changed
As many of you know, we have begun switching over to the new 911 addressing system.  We will be doing away with the old Rural Route and Highway Contract Route addresses and each route delivery will be assigned a new address, which will be their actual physical location. . . .
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Uhlenkotts win top prize
On September 17th, Summit Academy hosted its annual Mystery Night at the Greencreek Community Hall.  The theme for this year’s Mystery Night was “The Great Outdoors.” . . .
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Notes from Pat
Sun shines Tuesday morning after a rainy weekend.  The rain was needed but not on the Lewis County fair parade Saturday.  It did turn nice for the Sunday fair events. . . .
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Students celebrate Johnny Appleseed's birthday
Did you know that Johnny Appleseed's birthday was on September 26th?  First graders did! . . .
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Pictures of PeeWee Football and High School Rodeo
With no high school football this week we have a couple of contributed photos from the first PeeWee football game as well as a photo from the high school rodeo at Cambridge. . . .
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Lady Pirates win twice
The Prairie volleyball team picked up a pair of league wins last week, winning in 5 games at Culdesac and then sweeping Timberline in 3 games. . . .
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Summit Academy news
Lots of Summit Academy news this week: New student government, Knowledge Bowl, high school volleyball and junior high basketball. . . .
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Joan Terhaar and Lynn Rehder are shown with their awards from the Idaho State Department of Education, Food Services Section. This award is presented to only 3 schools in the state of Idaho. The award is for recognition in excellence regarding the preparation, management, and overall excellence of the breakfast, lunch, snack, and summer food programs for Cottonwood School District. Joan traveled to Sun Valley this summer to accept the award.  

Dally Ratcliff prepares to have his arm lanced to get the "poison" out during the Lewis and Clark, Corp of Discovery Day in Kamiah on Monday, September 26th.. Many classes from Prairie School District attended the event and enjoyed learning more about the expedition.

Mr. Deiss enjoyed eating an apple pie with first graders in Mrs. Schumacher's classroom. Sitting beside Mr. Deiss is Raice Dalgliesh, Mitchel Nuxoll and Brandon Anderson. The class baked apple pies in celebration of Johnny Appleseed's birthday. See story at left for a couple more pictures.

Cindy Schumacher's first graders learned a lot about playing soccer from Pero Jolevski, an exchange student from Macedonia. Pero taught the children how to correctly kick the ball using the side of their foot rather than their toes. After learning some soccer tips, the children played a game of soccer. Pero was very impressed with how well they did. 

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