Quail Call January 22, 2019

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Student-Led Conferences are here! Working together to improve communication and conversation about student achievement What are student-led conferences? Student-led conferences are formal conferences students lead for their parents or guests to display their schoolwork as well as discuss their learning. … Continued

Quail Call January 15, 2019

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https://mailchi.mp/7d976f5c5e60/quail-call-january-15-2019 Silverwood Read 2 Ride – Reading Logs went home this week. Please check your students’ backpacks. Silverwood has changed their practice this year. Schools participate by a lottery system. We were lucky enough to be chosen this year but we … Continued

Quail Call January 9, 2019

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https://mailchi.mp/c48006c7cfde/quail-call-january-9-2019 Congratulations to Dan Schaff and Erin Corwine! They welcomed sweet Leah June on New Year’s Day and we’d like to welcome her to our Palouse Prairie family! 3nd and 2rd Grade Winter Adventures on January 11th and 24th will be cancelled due to … Continued

Quail Call December 18, 2018

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Have a Wonderful Winter Break! Thursday, December 20th is the last day of school before break. School will begin again on January 7th. Teacher Work Day on December 21. An art workshop will be available. Space is limited so register early. Cost … Continued

Call for Volunteers!

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Warm Greetings Everyone! My short soapbox speech of the year is the EL model of education seeks to inspire all parents, in the same way it seeks to inspire all students, to be active participants, not just passengers, in the … Continued

Name the new park!

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Palouse Prairie’s new home will be a short walk from the proposed “Edible Forest” park. The city is soliciting name suggestions for the park! Please check out the info from their Facebook post: Help Us Name The New ‘Edible Forest’! … Continued