Updated May 26, 2011
37 to graduate Friday at PHS
37 students will graduate at Prairie High School this Friday, May 27, with commencement services starting at 7 p.m. at the PHS gym. . . .
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Drinking water report available
The City of Cottonwood 2010 Drinking Water Report generated from 2010 sampling results is available at the Cottonwood City Hall, . . .
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Fundraiser a success
Hats off to the Cottonwood and surrounding area residents. The yard sale for Jill Seubert, who awaits a kidney transplant, was a huge success. . . .
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HOSA students to attend nationals
Three Prairie High School students will be attending the national Health Occupations Students of America competition in Anaheim, California from June 21st to 26th. . . .
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Childbirth education offered
To help expectant parents learn what to expect prior to, during and after childbirth St. Maryís Hospital offers a four session Childbirth Education series. . . .
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Library news
It was a busy week at the library preparing for the yard sale which brought nice results. . . .
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Farm Bureau scholarships awarded
Graduating seniors from three area high schools are winners of Idaho County Farm Bureau Scholarships, receiving $1000 each toward their college expenses. . . .
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Prairie ROCKS update
The Prairie ROCKS class welcomed Sam Lustig as our guest speaker this week. . . .
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Chinese Remembering conference set for June
The fourth annual conference highlighting the influence and contributions of the Chinese to the history of Idaho, with connections to the Northwest, will be held in Lewiston on June 23-24, 2011. . . .
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29 graduate at NICI
North Idaho Correctional Institution held its April Graduation on May 12, 2011. . . .
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Baseball awards are given
On this page is a photo of the PHS baseball award winners. . . .
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Lady Pirates win 4th state title in 5 years
The Prairie Lady Pirates swept through the state softball tournament at Lewiston Friday and Saturday, May 20-21 to win their 4th title in the past five years. They knocked off Notus 9-2 and Genesee 10-4 on Friday and then beat Genesee again by a 14-4 margin on Saturday in the championship game. . . .
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Girls 4x400 team wins state title
The Prairie track team brought home 6 state medals highlighted by the girls 4x400 team placing first at the State Track Meet at Boise May 20-21. . . .
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The Prairie High School softball team won their 4th state championship in 5 years 14-4 over Genesee Saturday at Lewiston. The team is shown with the state banner and trophy. Front from left are Hailey Danly, Jessica Kaschmitter, Monica Lustig, Meaghan Bruner, Kendra Dinning, Megan Sigler, Kendall Schumacher and Ashley Cannon. Back from left are head coach Jeff Martin, Breanna Bianchi, Katherine Nida, Amanda Dinning, Haleigh Schmidt, Mackenzie Rieman, Lydia Lustig, Amanda Kaschmitter, MeShel Rad, Savanah Prigge, Leah Holthaus, Tanna Schlader and assistant coach Steve Wilson. Click on photo for a larger view.

The girls 4x400 team celebrates on the podium as they are about to receive their gold medals for winning the event at the State Track Meet. Keely Schmidt holds up the baton as she stands next the MaKayla Schaeffer. Behind them are Shelby VonBargen and Claire Whitley. Photo by Michelle Schaeffer. Click on the photo for a larger view.

At the beginning of the school year, Rebekah Bruner, on her own, started a group called GGG (Go Green Group).  Together with Brock Heath and Megan Sigler, she designed a presentation for all students in our district to promote recycling awareness.  Rebekah, Brock and Megan have all volunteered many hours giving the presentations and organizing, transporting and sorting recyclables.    We now have storage sheds at both the elementary and high school to store recyclables and the high school now has containers for plastic bottles.  Future plans include getting more school involvement in recycling, promoting community awareness, and possibly getting own recycling bins in Cottonwood. Shown arere is Rebekah Bruner and Megan Sigler talking with the kindergarten at the elementary school.Click on the photo for a larger view.

It took over two and a half hours, but we finally have a chess winner.  Approximately thirty middle school students watched as Lucas Arnzen, left, and Chaye Uptmor, right, challenged each other in a final match at The Hangout.   The game was called after two and a half hours and continued at the middle school the following Tuesday where Chaye captured Lucasís king.  Hunter Chaffee won the fifth grade competition, and Bobby Gillum won the seventh grade competition.  Approximately 60 students participated in Chess Club this year.  Chess Club offers students an opportunity to participate on an individual level and stresses respect for each other.

Seth Guyer, Josh Zigler and Michael Karel, PHS HOSA students, accept a check from Collette Schaeffer, St. Maryís Hospital Mission Committee, to help underwrite the cost of their upcoming trip to the national HOSA competition. See story above left.

The Summit Academy Kindergarten class visited the Fire Station on Monday, May 16th.  Thank you to all the volunteer firemen!  We had a great time! Click on the photo for a larger view.
 
 
 
 

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