Prairie Mountain School
Phone number: 541-607-9849
Voice Mail: 541-607-9858
Fax number: 541-607-9856
Address: 5305 Royal Avenue, Eugene, OR 97402
School Hours: 8:05 am to 2:10 pm for 6-8, 8:10 am to 2:10 pm for K-5
Driving Directions: West on Beltline, west on Barger, south on Terry, west on Royal.
News at Prairie Mountain School / Noticias de Prairie Mountain School
Thank you for visiting Prairie Mountain’s webpage. You will find many useful links on the side of the page in “Prairie Mountain Links.” Happy reading and please stop by again!
Gracias por visitar el sitio electrónico de la escuela Prairie Mountain. En este sitio usted podrá encontrar diferentes enlaces de interés. Estos enlaces estan indicados en un lado de la página (“Prairie Mountain Links”) “Sitios de enlace”. Disfrute de la lectura y por favor visítenos con frecuencia!
Prairie Mountain was honored to host community members James Manning and David Sáez as Principals for the Day; a golden opportunity for our staff and students to shine and demonstrate what we do best here at Prairie Mountain.
Mr. Manning serves on the EWEB Board of Directors as well as a Chair on the Oregon Advocacy Commission. Additionally, Mr. Manning serves on the Bethel Schools Budget Committee.
Mr. Sáez is the Executive Director of Centro Latino Americano. He formerly taught Journalism at the University of Oregon and has worked in broadcast and media journalism as well.
Our guest Principals hit the ground running exploring classrooms and meeting students and staff. They also had the opportunity to observe instruction across varied grade levels and subjects. The event capped off with an interview by our own news crew, where both guests shared how impressed they were with our school and the potential for unlimited growth among our students.
We are so grateful to Mr. Manning and Mr. Sáez for taking the time to see firsthand the incredible things we do here every school day.
Harvest Carnival Thursday Night – Doors will open at 5:30 for this fun, family-friendly event. Come in costume, eat some yummy Carnival food, play some games and bounce in the Prairie Mountain Bounce House. On Tuesday and Wednesday this week, carnival bracelets will be sold at the Elementary entrance.
Friday’s Curriculum Development Day – Friday there is no school for students. Teachers will be focusing their professional learning on Math. They will spend their day with their colleagues from across the district at Meadow View School working on the new math curriculum.
Cosecha Carnaval por la Noche – Las puertas se abrirán a las 5:30 de la tarde –para un evento de diversion y familiar. Venga en disfras si decea, podran disfrutar de nuestra deliciosa comida Carnaval, jugar algunos juegos y rebotar en la casa hinchable en la escuela Praire Mountain Elementary. El Martes y el Miércoles de esta semana, las pulseras de carnaval se venderán en la entrada primaria de la escuela.
Desarrollo Curricular día de Viernes – Viernes no habra clases para los estudiantes. Los profesores se centrarán su aprendizaje profesional en matemáticas. Pasarán el día con sus colegas de todo el distrito en Meadow View School trabajando en el nuevo plan de estudios de matemáticas.
Through your abundantly generous support, our jog-a –thon netted nearly $5,000! This money will be used by PTO to fund school field trips. The jog-a-thon is a great activity because students know they are actively participating in raising money for their own school; and that makes them so proud!
The following winners will receive a bracelet to the Harvest Carnival as well as a 1/2 hour on the PTO obstacle course on Thursday: Kindergarten: Adam, Catalina, Hunter, Romy. 1st Grade: Kylie, Ayden, Josiah, Chase, Kaleb, Owen, Kalin. 2nd Grade: Alicia, Josiah, Avery, Maya, Savana, Josh. 3rd Grade: Hallie, Axel,Mitchell, Jayden, Finleigh, Carter. 4th Grade: Mercedes, Qyntin,Emely, Ryan, Brooklyn, Kody. 5th Grade: Brevin, Korbin,Lina, Isaac, Nathan, Ashley.
Congratulations to the winners; and many thanks to everyone for supporting Prairie Mountain students!
The names are always kept confidential, but more than half of Bethel students receive free school lunches. Your child may qualify for free lunches at school.
All of our breakfasts are free for every student, and Bethel’s lunches are recognized for being made with fresh, locally grown, nutritious, and tasty food. We strongly encourage you to turn in a completed form to the school office to see if you qualify for this benefit which we are happy to provide.
Our second grade students were given a personal presentation from the Eugene Fire Department this morning. Firemen were sharing important information about staying safe at home and avoiding fire danger altogether.
A favorite part of the morning included a close-up view of the fire truck and seeing a fireman dressed up in his full fire-fighting gear.
We are grateful to the Eugene Firefighters for their efforts to keep our students safe.