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Mrs. Haliski: Buddies All Around

Buddies Work Together

One of the best parts of my job is getting to be in classrooms.  I stopped by Ms. L’s 6th period class yesterday and found a room full of 8th AND 2nd graders.  Mrs. Adkisson’s class had joined Ms. L’s Art Class for a special project.  All over the classroom, kids were working on treasure maps. All over the classroom, older students were making a difference by helping, explaining, encouraging and having fun with their younger buddies.  It truly is the magic of a K-8 school.  Jennifer

Coast to Coast Duck and Cover

Prairie Mountain students ducked under their desks during the Great Oregon Shakeout.

The largest simultaneous earthquake drill in the country included more than 8 million people in schools, homes, businesses, and public spaces all practicing at the same designated time.

Prairie Mountain kids have been taught to duck, cover and hold on during an earthquake.

Scientists believe the Northwest is primed for a large scale earthquake and the region should begin preparing for such an event.

Our students were quiet and orderly during the drill, and exited the building after the simulated earthquake just as they would during a fire drill.

Mrs. Haliski: Carnival Countdown

Hi Prairie Mountain Families!

Final Countdown to Carnival

We are in the final countdown to the PTO-sponsored Harvest Carnival.    This is a great family and community event.  Doors will open Friday night October 28th at 5:30 p.m.  The fun, food and games last until 8:30 p.m.  Hope to see you there!

Stay In Touch

Curious about what’s going on here at Prairie Mountain?  You can stay in touch by regularly checking out our web page.

There are some terrific teacher blogs, news about what’s happening and links to our calendar of school events.





Familias de Prairie Mountain,

                Nosotros nos estamos acercando al final de los planes del Carnaval de la Cosecha que organiza la asociación de Padres (PTO). Este es un evento familiar y comunitario. El dia viernes 28 de octubre abriremos las puertas a las 5:30 p.m.  Toda la diversión de juegos, comida, etc, terminara a las 8:30. Esperamos verle! 

                Tiene curiosidad de lo que esta sucediendo en Prairie Mountain?  Usted puede estar al dia, revise nuestro sitio Web regularmente:

Aquí usted puede leer los diarios de los maestros, noticias y eventos escolares!

Mrs. Haliski: What Do You Do With 50 Pride Cards

What do you do with 50 pride cards?  You rent the principal’s chair that’s what you do!  Check out one of our elementary students who spent yesterday sitting in my chair.  Renting the principal’s chair is one of the many ways we reinforce positive behavior here at Prairie Mountain.  Jennifer

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