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/
8th Grade Crew Students create paper cut art to capture the meaning and emotion of a passage from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. http://tierneybarden.com/blog-1/2017/6/1/rgdauv657u38fmd5xm2yyk8qu0a6ov
Our 1st/2nd grade teachers, Cassie Schierman and Alissa Klemencic was nominated and won an Orchid Awards from the Moscow Historic Preservation Commission based on the incredible work they did with their students. They guided their students in creating architectural drawings and … Continued
Jeneille Branen submitted this photo of Palouse Prairie School students with their first hydroponic lettuce harvest, taken by Andrika Kuhle. Students are developing the growing system as a service to the school nutrition program — their goal is to provide … Continued
By Samantha Malott From Moscow-Pullman Daily News August 1, 2014 The Palouse Prairie School of Expeditionary Learning will expand its “Adventure Friday” program this upcoming school year, thanks to a $20,000 grant from Champions for Healthy Kids. The grant, funded by the Academy … Continued
Moscow High School drama student Autumn Knight reads from her diary in a skit about colonial America written by fourth- and fifth-grade students from Palouse Prairie School.
The College of Education has a long reputation of partnering with local schools to enhance learning and provide students the opportunity to engage in hands-on learning experiences. But never before has the partnership been so collaborative and two-way as with … Continued