Updated October 5, 2006
Tri-Parish Youth busy in October
The Fall season brings with it beginnings as well as endings as school opens its doors for a new journey of learning, summer enthusiasts embrace he ending of a season of fun in the sun.  With these changes comes the appreciation of all that has happened and anticipation for all the future holds.  Within this mindset we begin another journey of possibilities and opportunities for the youth during the month of October . . .
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Antique tractor show set
Check out the old iron of early agriculture this Saturday at a display of antique tractors and engines. This free event is open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the privately run museum of Ted and Dolores Billups at 1066 Hill Street (located behind the Rebekahs Hall) in Grangeville. . . .
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PSAT set for Oct. 18
The PSAT (practice test for the SAT) test will be administered in the Prairie High School cafeteria Wednesday, October 18 at 8:30 am.   . . .
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Family bingo night planned
Come one come all on Wednesday, October 11 the Center For Discovery will be hosting a family BINGO night at the Elementary School Cafeteria from 6:00 to 8:00. . . .
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Sisters host gathering
The Sisters at the Monastery of St. Gertrude hosted a group of 24 Benedictine Sisters for the 12th Annual Benedictine Subprioresses and House Coordinators Gathering in September. . . .
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CASA training set
Every year more than 500,000 abused and neglected children in the United States are placed in foster care because they are unable to live safely at home.  Imagine what it would be like to lose your parents, not because of something you did, but because they canít, wonít, take care of you.  Now into these childrenís lives come dozens of strangers; police, foster parents, therapists, social workers, judges, lawyers, and more.  Hopefully one of these strangers is a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer. . . .
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Third graders invent holidays
The 3rd graders in Mrs. Zennerís class had a writing assignment where they had to create their own holiday.  The students needed to give the reason for the holiday, the date for celebrating it, as well as writing about any special activities during the celebration. . . .
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Lady Pirates beat Highland, lose at Timberline, Kamiah
The Prairie Lady Pirates beat Highland at home then lost road matches at Timberline and Kamiah last week. . . .
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Summit team wins a match
Summit Academyís high school volleyball team picked up their first evening victory last week as both jv and varsity squads traveling to Orofino, took on teams from that school. . . .
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Laura Gehring, left, is Outstanding Student of the Month of September at Prairie High School while Jessica Gehring, right, is the Honor Student of the Month. Jessica exemplifies the "perfect student". She always has her work done on time, pays attention in class, and asks tough questions. She goes out of her way to help fellow classmates struggling with difficult concepts and does not complain when given large assignments. Jessica comes to class with a smile and always has a "Hello" in the hallway. Her work ethic and personal attributes truly make Jessica an outstanding student. Laura is an outstanding student because she puts forth great efforts in her studies. She is always prepared for class, asks questions when she has them, and always tries her best. She is conscientious and doesn't let herself fall behind in her work. As a result of this she learns to the best of her abilities and will be able to achieve her future goals. 

Ali Hoene and Kylie Tidwell are the attendance winners for the month of September at Prairie Elementary school. They are pictured here with our Principal, Mr. Deiss.   

Tony Duman is using a cut off air tool that was donated by his parents, Jack and Cara Duman. They donated the tool to the Prairie High Industrial Technology program. Due to recent cutbacks in vocational funds, donations like this are very helpful to the program. The Dumans' kindness and generosity are greatly appreciated. 

The PHS Pep Band, under the direction of Wendy Stauffer, performed during Prairieís volleyball match against Highland last Tuesday evening. 
 
 
 
 

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