Launching the “Chinook”

https://lmtribune.com/northwest/photos-launching-the-chinook/article_fc70c122-68fb-576a-89d9-e04ba41e5286.htmlhttp://dnews.com/local/photos-moscow-students-test-their-handmade-canoe/article_463a34ac-7eb7-11e9-9c78-fb07f1016274.html Fourth-graders from Palouse Prairie Charter School in Moscow launched a 22-foot cedar-plank canoe Friday at Chief Timothy Park on the Snake River west of Clarkston. Renee Hill’s students built the canoe at school over the past two months, with … Continued

Palouse Prairie Students Share Expertise on Anti-Human Trafficking Efforts

https://eleducation.org/news/palouse-prairie-students-share-expertise-on-anti-human-trafficking-efforts By Sarah Norris, EL Education The voices of three seventh-grade students from Rebekka Boysen-Taylor’s class at Palouse Prairie Charter School were recently included in a piece from Robert Benz, co-founder of Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives. Benz and this organization work to combat … Continued

Saying No to Name Calling

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Palouse Prairie Charter School celebrates kindness with an anti-bullying poetry slam at local coffee shop. www.uiargonaut.com/2018/01/19/saying-no-to-name-calling-local-charter-school-celebrates-kindness-with-anti-bullying-poetry-slam/