TSA students compete at Nationals
Five students from the Prairie High Technology Student Association attended the National TSA Convention in Baltimore, Shown are the Prairie TSA students at the National TSA Convention. From left are adviser Jerry Richards, D.J. Walker, Silas Whitley, Matt Jungert, Garrett Workman and Tyler Workman.Maryland June 26 through July 2nd. Tyler Workman entered in the Promotional Graphics event, Matt Jungert and Garrett Workman entered in the Flight Endurance event and Garrett, Silas Whitley and DJ Walker entered in the Manufacturing Prototype event. The students didnít place in the top ten, but learned a lot from the competition.
On Sunday the students, Mr. Richardson, and Rick and Laurie Workman rode the train to Washington, D. C. to look at the museums and monuments at the National Mall.  Tuesday evening the students attended a Student Leadership Academy to show them ways to become good leaders. Wednesday the students and chaperones went to the Orioles baseball game along with approximately 2200 other students that attended the Leadership Academy. At the game, about ¼ of the students gathered and spelled out the letters TSA in an area of vacant bleachers. That was pretty exciting for the students. We also toured Fort McHenry, the National Aquarium, and other sites along the Inner Harbor at Baltimore.
There were approximately 4400 students from the US and Germany. Thanks to all who purchased raffle tickets to offset expenses.

Band practices set
The Prairie H.S. Band will make their traditional appearance in the Idaho County Fair Parade on Saturday, August 21st.  A warm up practice is planned for Saturday, August 14th on the football field at Prairie Middle School. 
PHS Band members will be hosting a car wash at the Cottonwood Fire Department on Saturday morning from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.  A BBQ cook out will be set up at the park immediately following the car wash.  Band practice will begin on the field at the middle school at 2:00 pm. and run until 3:30 p.m.
Participation in the parade is open to all PHS students regardless of enrollment status for the new school year. We also invite and encourage PHS graduates home for the summer, and any adults in the community who play an instrument to join us in the parade this year. Please call Mr. John Eynon to confirm your participation no later than August 7th to acquire copies of music for the parade.  Phone: 208-553-5276 (Leave a message with your name and contact info.)

Students named to UI Dean's List
Several local students made the University of Idaho Dean's List for spring semester 2010. To achieve this honor, undergraduate students achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or better on 12 or more graded credits. 
Local students are:
Cottonwood
College of Agricultural & Life Sciences: Carolyn Anne Sonnen, Jessica Audrey Gehring, Tiffany Ann Schaeffer
College of Business & Economics: Christopher Edward Hattrup, Brandon Joseph Rehder, Kayla Elizabeth Uhlenkott
College of Education: Ryan Joseph Rehder
College of Letters Arts & Social Sciences: Justin M Smith
College of Science: Adeline  Lustig
Ferdinand
College of Education: Kimberly Ann Frei
Cottonwood, Idaho 83522
 

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