Shown are the October students of the month at Prairie
Junior/Senior High School. From left are Apolonio “Appy” Enriquez and Kade
Perrin, high school students of the month and Derek Arnzen, junior high
student of the month. Appy is such a pleasant person and he has really
been working hard to make sure his homework is done and he understands.
He also helps his fellow students whenever needed. Kade does
not know how to waste time; he is always keeping busy, even when he has
down time. He is one of many working on a trophy case for the commons
area for the 7th and 8th grade. Derek was the unanimous winner of the student
of the month for the 7th and 8th grades. He works very hard each
day to see that his work is done well. He is kind and caring to all
fellow students and adults. Photo provided by Ryan Hasselstrom. Click
on the photo for a larger view.
Caught Ya winners for October at Prairie Elementary
School are shown. Back from left are Amber Halligan, Ryan Arnzen, Carson
Schmidt, Jackson Johnson, Brylee Wood, Hayden Uhlenkott and Sydnee Bruegeman.
Middle from left are Madison Shears, Halle Klapprich, Audrey Drake, Josie
Remacle, Evan Schwartz and Pixie Jones. Front from left are Amanda Halligan,
Mary Schwartz and Trinity Yorke. Photo provided by Sherry Holthaus.
Click on the photo for a larger view.
Red Ribbon Week winners at Prairie Elementary School:
Wade Goeckner (poems), Carter Shears (coloring), Sarah Lustig (coloring),
Ravin Cronin (pager Bags), Laney Forsmann (bookmarks), Eve Uhlenkott (poems),
Delanie Lockett (bookmarks), and Mackenzie Key (paper bags). Photo provided
by Sherry Holthaus. Click on the photo for a larger view.
Chloe Howard and Carter Shears had lunch with the
principal on November 5. Chloe and Carter were October attendance
winners. Click on the photo for a larger view.
Ciara Chaffee, Holli Schumacher, and Jordan
Farnsworth all won the final prizes for selling the most cookie dough.
Mrs. Schu's 3/4 class won a pizza party for being the class who sold the
most cookie dough. Photo provided by Sherry Holthaus.
Hayden Uhlenkott won a $250 gift card for participating
in the Center for Discovery's summer reading program. Photo provided by
Upon further review the Hospital display was
the sole second place winner in the Chamber’s Scarecrow display contest.
We reposted a photo after they had repaired some wind damage and there
were 2 votes for the original photo that weren’t counted, pushing the Hospital
display ahead of Harman Agency and Cottonwood Credit Union. Click
on the photo for a larger view.
Some students in the Technical Design class at Prairie
High School stand by the completed cabinets they made for some classrooms
at Prairie Jr/Sr High. The majority of the materials were donated by Pacific
Cabinets. The students learned the processes involved in making European
style cabinets, as well as giving back to the community. The students are
from left to right: Dally Ratcliff, Peter Spencer, Luke Enneking, and Brooks
Arnzen. Not pictured was Dan Wemhoff. Click on the photo for a larger view.
No ghosts or goblins but they had crash victims,
cowgirls and punky rockstars at the Morning Glories bowling league last
Tuesday, Oct. 31. Click on the photo for a larger view.
Events at a Glance
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