Updated  September 20, 2007
Enrollment numbers about same as last year
Enrollment numbers are just about the same as last year at Prairie Schools with 134 each in the Elementary and Middle Schools and 153 in the High School. Those numbers were reported at the September school board meeting Monday, Sept. 17. . . .
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Mystery Night set for Saturday
Summit Academy's 2007 Mystery Night Safari is this Saturday, September 22nd at Greencreek Community Hall. . . .
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Prairie schools set dates for assessments
Once again we look forward to parent(s)/guardian cooperation regarding the annual school wide testing program. The Idaho Reading Indicator (IRI) and the Idaho Standards Achievement Test  (ISAT) are scheduled for September/October. . . . 
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Chinese painting demonstrated
On, Thursday September, 13th  Debbie Chan, came to Prairie to demonstrate Chinese painting. She is a Buddhist nun formerly from Huston, Texas and now resides in Orofino, Idaho. Debbie shared numerous stories about her life that led her to become a painter. . . .
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Melvin Frei is promoted
Sterling Savings Bank has promoted Melvin Frei to assistant vice president of the bank. Mel has worked as a commercial banker at Sterling’s Lewiston Orchards branch, located at 444 Thain Road, since June. . . .
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Attention scrapbookers and cardcrafters
Crafting Keepsakes is featuring a class in creating an explosive Star shaped book/photo album. Once you have learned the assembly technique, you will be intoxicated to make more, especially for those special ones on your (Christmas) gift list. . . .
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Warrior award banquet set
The top Male, Female, Coach and Team of the Year award winners from each high school have been announced for the first Warrior Athletic Association High School Awards Banquet. . . .
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Pirates suffer first loss of the season
The Prairie football team has come a long way in the past couple of years but the Deary Mustangs showed them there’s still a ways to go yet as they beat the Pirates 26-48 at Cottonwood Friday, September 14. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 1 of 3 matches
The Lady Pirates volleyball team lost a league match at Lapwai, won at home in a non-league match againt Highland and then lost a non-league match at Kamiah. . . .
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Summit has new principal, holds meet and greet night
As of August 2007, Summit Academy families, staff, and school board were excited to welcome in a new principal. . . .
Last Tuesday night, September 11, 2007 the parents and staff of Summit Academy met to talk about the new school year. . . .
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Boy Scout Troop and Cub Scout Pack 638 helped the Knights of Columbus last Saturday with their road side cleanup. They found lots of treasures amongst the trash. 

The Prairie cheerleaders performed at halftime of the football game last Friday.

Sonesa Lundmark and Debbie Chan hold up one of Debbie's paintings done in the Chinese style. See story at left..

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