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

Quail Call April 3, 2019

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Teacher Work Day Friday, April 5 –  An Art Camp will be offered. Please contact the office to sign up. Cost is $20 per student, $10 for additional siblings. Run the Palouse! Run the Palouse! is a yearly fundraiser to raise money … Continued

A Note From the Director

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A Note from the Director – March 2019 It warmed my heart to see our new school packed full with students, teachers, former families, prospective families, experts and invested community members.  One parent said, “I am so impressed with how … Continued

Quail Call March 5, 2019

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Blooming Culture film screening tonight (March 5th) at 7:30 – If you missed it the first time around, there is another opportunity tonight to see the new film “Blooming Culture: a story about a canoe and the confluence of cultures” … Continued

Quail Call February 26, 2019

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7th-graders are hosting an African American Literature Read-In on Wednesday, February 27.  It will be taking place on the University of Idaho campus in the Education Building and will go from 12:30-2:30. Families are welcome to come and listen. Students … Continued