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Family Fun, Food & Fitness Night

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You are invited to Prairie Mountain’s K-5 FREE Family Fun, Food, & Fitness Night, Wednesday, April 11th 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

  •  Come ready to move in simple games and/or observe how they’re played
  • Play Minute-to-Win-It
  • Enjoy fitness activities with your family
  • Teach your family your favorite PE and PLAYWORKS games
  • Learn to make healthy snacks (provided by Bethel Nutritional Services).
  • Enjoy a Bike Blender smoothie.
  • Take a tour of the Bethel Farm

Busy Days Ahead

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Dear Prairie Mountain Families,

We’re excited that March is here and Spring is just around the corner.  The week ahead brings lots of learning and fun to Prairie Mountain.  Read below for a few upcoming events:

PTO Meeting:   All are welcome to attend our PTO’s next meeting on Tuesday, March 6 from 2:30-3:30 in our Elementary Library.  Come find out about school happenings and how you can be involved in school programs.  Childcare is available.

PTO’s Monster Dough Cookie Fundraiser:  The fundraiser will kick off this Tuesday, March 6th as order forms go home to families. All cookie dough orders & payment will be due back to school on Tuesday, March 20th, and delivery/Pick-up of Cookie Dough will be on Thursday, April 5th.  Anyone interested in helping with the fundraiser please email the PTO at prairiemountainpto@gmail.com.

8th Grade Forecasting:   Counselors from Willamette High School will visit Prairie Mountain classes this Thursday, March 8 to assist students with completing the forecasting process as the select classes for their freshman year at WHS.  Thank you for talking at home about course selection and high school success so they can complete the forecasting process on Thursday.

K-8 Bingo Night:   Plan to join us on Thursday, March 8 from 6:30-8:00 for our annual BINGO NIGHT for all K-8 families. The evening serves as a fundraiser for our 8th grade students’ end-of-year trip and celebration and is a favorite each year!

K-5 PRIDE Assembly:   We’re looking forward to recognizing elementary students for demonstrating our school’s life skills of Problem-solving, Responsibility, Integrity, Determination, and Empathy this Friday, March 9th and kicking off March’s Kindness Challenge.

The week ahead holds excursions in 2nd grade and 7th grade as well as a visit from Oregon’s Kid Governor speaking on his anti-bullying platform for our 4th and 5th grade students.  We so enjoy working with your children every day!  It’s a true privilege to involve them in great learning opportunities and see them grow.

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PTO Meeting Update

PTO meeting update:   The next PTO meeting will be Tuesday, March 6 at 2:30 p.m., rather than in February.  Parents/Guardians are welcome to attend PTO meetings which are held in the Prairie Mountain Elementary Library. Come hear about Prairie Mountain and ways you can be involved in event planning and supporting school programs and family engagement.  Childcare is available.  Meeting times alternate between right after school (2:30 p.m.) and evening (6:00 p.m.) each month

News from Prairie Mountain / Noticias de Prairie Mountain

News from Prairie Mountain

Food Drive:  Thanks to everyone for participating in our “Love Your Neighbor” Food Drive in partnership with Food for Lane County.   Classrooms are gathering non-perishable food items to provide to people in our community and we appreciate students’ willingness to demonstrate community building, compassion, and service as we focus on kindness this month.  Click here to read more about activities in February focused on Food, Friendship, and Fun!

WACAI Drumming Classes:  Thanks to the West African Cultural Arts Institute, about twenty students in 3rd-5th grade are participating in a free after school drumming class twice a week and preparing for a performance in March.  We’ll look forward to seeing them perform!

PTO: Come hear about Prairie Mountain and ways you can be involved in event planning and supporting school programs and family engagement.  Childcare is available.  Meeting times alternate between right after school and evening each month.  PTO will not be meeting in February, but will meet at their next planned date of March 6 at 2:30pm.

CTE Cruise:  Planning is underway for a series of after school classes for next year’s 8th graders that will provide an early look at Career and Technical Education opportunities.   Stay tuned for more information this spring about sign-ups for this amazing opportunity made possible by the CTE Revitalization Grant that Bethel middle schools were awarded from the Oregon Department of Education.

A few dates on our Prairie Mountain Calendar:

Feb. 15                  Advanced Band attends Band Festival at WHS

Feb. 13, 15, 16   2nd Grade Field Trips to the UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Feb. 19                  Presidents Day—No School

Feb. 22                  5th Grade Music Performance at 6:30pm in our North Gym

Feb. 23                  8th Grade students visit Willamette High School during the school day

Feb. 27                  8th Grade Orientation to Willamette High School at 5:30pm or 7:00pm (same info)

 

Noticias de Prairie Mountain

Colecta de Alimentos: Gracias a todos por participar en nuestra Colecta de Alimentos “Ama a tu projimo” en asociación con Comida para el Condado Lane. Los salones de clases están recaudando alimentos no perecederos para darselos a gente en nuestra comunidad y apreciamos la disposición de los estudiantes a demonstrar un sentido de comunidad, compasión y servicio mientras nos enfocamos en la bondad este mes. ¡Haga clic aqui para leer más acerca de las actividades en febrero enfocadas en Comida, Amistad y Diversión!

Clases de tambores de WACAI: Gracias al Instituto de Artes Culturales de África Occidental, alrededor de veinte estudiantes de 3. ° a 5. ° grado participan en una clase de tambores gratuita después de la escuela dos veces por semana y se preparan para una presentación en marzo. ¡Esperamos verlos actuar!

PTO: . Venga a escuchar acerca de Prairie Mountain y las formas en que puede participar en la planificación de eventos y el apoyo a los programas escolares y la participación familiar. Cuidado de niños está disponible. Los tiempos de reunión alternan entre la hora después de la escuela a las 2:30pm y a las 6:00 cada mes.

CTE Cruise: se está planificando una serie de clases después de la escuela para los estudiantes del 8º grado del próximo año que brindarán una visión temprana de las oportunidades de Educación Profesional y Técnica. Estén atentos para más información esta primavera sobre las inscripciones para esta oportunidad increíble hecha posible por la Subvención de Revitalización de CTE que las escuelas intermedias de Bethel fueron otorgadas por el Departamento de Educación de Oregón.

Algunas fechas en nuestro calendario de Prairie Mountain:

15 de febrero                                    La Banda Avanzada asiste a un Festival de Banda en WHS

13, 15, y 16 de febrero                  Excursiones de 2do Grado al Museo de Historia Natural y Cultural de UO

19 de febrero                                    Día de los presidentes — No hay clases

22 de febrero                                    Actuación musical de 5to Grado a las 6:30 p.m.

23 de febrero                                    Los estudiantes de 8 ° grado visitan Willamette High School durante el

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27 de febrero                                    Orientación para 8 ° Grado a Willamette High School a las 5:30 p.m. o 7:00 p.m. (misma información)

Scholarship & Financial Aid Workshop/Taller Académico Sobre Becas Estudiantiles

The Eugene/Springfield NAACP will be hosting a FREE Scholarship & Financial Aid Workshop facilitated by Amy Keir, the State Grants Administrator at the Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC) on Saturday, January 27th from 11am-12pm. While the presentation is tailored to high school students, all are welcome to attend, including parents and/or guardians. The workshop will be held at NAACP’s Back To School/Stay In School program at the Downtown LCC building in Room 209. Computers and snacks will be provided.

Limited seating, so sign up here.

 

Taller Académico Sobre Becas Estudiantiles

La Asociación Nacional de Progreso de las Personas de Color de Eugene/Springfield ha organizado un Taller Académico Sobre Becas Estudiantiles GRATIS. Amy Keir, administradora de Becas del Estado de la Oficina de Oregon para Estudiantes (OSAC) presentará este taller el 27 de enero de 11am-12pm. Aunque la presentación es dirigida hacia estudiantes de preparatoria que están en los grados 9-12, todos son bienvenidos, incluyendo los padres de familia! El taller de becas presentado por NAACP (La Asociación Nacional de Progreso de las Personas de Color de Eugene/Springfield) cuyo titulo es Regreso A la Escuela/Quedate en la Escuela, será en el campus Downtown (en el Centro de Eugene) de LCC en el Salon 209. Habrá computadoras disponibles y comida durante el taller. Se proporciona interpretacion en español de Centro Latino Americano.

Asientos limitados – Registrate aquí. Por favor comparte esto ampliamente con estudiantes y padres. Volantes en español e inglés se adjuntan para su distribución.

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