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HAVE A GREAT SUMMER

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 6/9/17




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Congratulations to our teachers and students for an awesome auction the other Thursday night. The woods program raised $2529.00 and the metals program raised $1323.00 for a combined total of $3852.00. Job well done. Mr. Kren

 

Attention Students: If you have not returned your 2017-18 Schedule Pre-Registration form to Mrs. Estes, please do so as soon as possible.

 

Hill’s Resort is hiring Saturday housekeepers for the summer.  Hours are 9:30-4:30.  You must be 14 or older.  Apply online at www.hillsresort.com or call 208-443-2551. 

 

If you are interested in a summer job doing yardwork/maintenance please see Nicole in the office.

 

June 5 – 9: Library will be open for a ‘Quiet Study Area’ only.  Please do not send students to have their checkout sheets signed during class time.

 

If you need your final official transcripts mailed to a College or University please sign up on the sheets in the Counseling Center. 

 

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SPORTS:

All golf stuff needs to be turned in to Mr. Buttrey or Mr. George ASAP!

 

Any wrestler that has not turned in their gear needs to do so ASAP to Mr. George or Coach Hellinger.

 

Track awards are Friday, June 2nd at 6pm in the HS cafeteria.  If you have not turned in your uniform and warmups please bring them.  Athletes not turning in their equipment by Friday will be given a bill.

 

Priest River Football Upcoming Schedule

June 5th                                 Work party 3pm to move football gear to the trailer and out of the gym

June 8th                                 Parent Meeting PRLHS gym 7pm

June 12-16 and June 19-23   Spring Football Camp, Practices 9-11am Monday-Friday

June 27-30                              EWU Summer Team Camp

July 3-28                                 Weights/Summer Conditioning 9-11am and 5-7pm Monday-Thursdays

Aug 7th                                    First Day of Fall Football Practice 9am

August 29th                            First Football Game at Thompson Falls 6pm

 

LUNCH:

Monday – Meatball sub

Tuesday –  Hot dog

Wednesday –  Chicken Pan Steak

Thursday – Corn dog

Friday – Pizza

 

Lunchroom charges need to be paid!  There will be absolutely no more charging. 

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 6/5/17




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 Integrity is the character focus for June. Doing what is right when no one is looking.

Safety Day June 7th – 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Bike Safety for 3rd -6th graders 10 a.m. on 6/7.

Idaho Hill Field Day on June 8th, 8:30-10:30 a.m.

4th Quarter Awards Assembly June 9th at 10 a.m.

6th Grade Graduation June 9th at 12 p.m.

Last day of school is June 9th. Dismissal at 12:55 p.m.

Have a great summer. We hope to see many of you at our Summer STEaM Reading activities on July 11th and August 8th. Details will be posted on our website.

Thank you to our many volunteers who have helped make this a wonderful year.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 6/5/17




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STUDENTS:

There is No School on Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Day. 

 

All library materials are due on May 30th.  Extensions may be granted, see Mrs. Easley.

 

Scholarship and Awards Night is May 31st at 6:00 p.m.

 

 

Looking for a great summer activity and a chance to stay in shape? Stop by Mr. George’s office or the main office and pick information about the Pend Oreille Rowing and Paddling Association. The program is open to individuals ages 14 and up!  Come on and join the fun.  Mr. Kren

 

Hill’s Resort is hiring Saturday housekeepers for the summer.  Hours are 9:30-4:30.  You must be 14 or older.  Apply online at www.hillsresort.com or call 208-443-2551. 

 

June 5 – 9: Library will be open for a ‘Quiet Study Area’ only.  Please do not send students to have their checkout sheets signed during class time.

 

If you need your final official transcripts mailed to a College or University please sign up on the sheets in the Counseling Center. 

 

Seniors who have outstanding athletic fees need to have those taken care of by Wednesday May 31st in order to attend graduation practice and the graduation ceremony. You were given a reminder statement on May 8th. If you have any questions please see Tammy in the AD office.

 

  • SPORTS:

All golf stuff needs to be turned in to Mr. Buttrey or Mr. George ASAP!

 

Any wrestler that has not turned in their gear needs to do so ASAP to Mr. George or Coach Hellinger.

 

Track athletes need to bring their uniforms and warmups to Mr. Hughes on Wednesday May 24 after school. If you don’t turn them in by Friday you will be charged accordingly.

 

We are starting up a summer track club for kids 8-18.  There will be an informational meeting at 5pm this Thursday May 25 in Room 410.  The first practice will be Tuesday May 30th 3-430pm on the PRLHS Track. The first meet will be in Spokane on June 6th.

 

LUNCH:

Tuesday –   Teriyaki chicken

Wednesday – Cheeseburger

Thursday – Grilled cheese

Friday – Ham & cheese ripper

 

Lunchroom charges need to be paid!  There will be absolutely no more charging after May 26th

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 5/30/17




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Integrity is the character focus for June. Doing what is right when no one is looking.

Civil War Dance on Tuesday,  5/30 at 1:15 p.m.

3rd & 4th grade field trip to Hatchery on 5/30.

Science Fair for 5th & 6th on 3/31 from 8-9:30 a.m.

Reading Challenge End of Year field trip on June 1st to Barnes & Noble Bookstore.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 5/30/17




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STUDENTS:

JUNIORS - Wednesday, May 24, juniors will be dismissed to the band room during Spartan time for next year scheduling information.

 

All library materials due on May 30th.  Extensions may be granted, see Mrs. Easley

 

June 5 – 9: Library will be open for a ‘Quiet Study Area’ only.  Please do not send students to have their checkout sheets signed during class time.

 

Please remember to turn in your RSVP cards for the Rock Star Banquet for the 21st Century program.

 

Here is a great opportunity open to anyone age 16-18. West Bonner County School District is looking for seasonal summer help beginning right at the end of the school year and continuing right up until school starts again in the fall. The job guarantees the student employee 40 hours of work per week working 4, ten hour shifts. That means you get a 3 day weekend every week. If you have questions do not hesitate to contact: Mr. Ken Eldore Director of Facilities and Capital Improvements West Bonner County School District 83 Ph. 208-290-2011. Mr. Kren

 

Please see Nicole in the office if you are interested in a summer job at Priest Lake.  There are 3 positions available and it closes this week.  Hurry in if you are interested.    

 

Juniors there is a Class of 2018 Parent/student informational meeting May 24th 5:30-6:30. We go over Senior Portraits/quotes, Yearbooks, Commemorative ads, Brief overview Summer prep for Scholarships/senior project.

 

Seniors: make sure that you see Mrs. Eggert for your 7 college credits for your TechPrep  course Business Computer Applications. Signups for times to come in and go over the information are posted on the tack board outside her classroom door.

SPORTS:

Friday, May, 19

9:00 AM Coed Varsity Track Away OPPONENT TBD STATE @ Middleton HS Bus will depart 5/18 5:30AM

Saturday, May, 20

9:00 AM Coed Varsity Track Away OPPONENT TBD STATE @ Middleton HS

 

LUNCH:

Monday-  Corn dog

Tuesday – BBQ Chicken

Wednesday – Chicken bowl

Thursday – Chili/Cinnamon Roll

Friday –     Pizza

Lunchroom charges need to be paid!  There will be absolutely no more charging after May 26th

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 5/22/17




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COURAGE is May’s character focus. Being brave even when it is hard.

6th Grade Parent Orientation at Jr. High 6-7 p.m. on Wednesday, 5/24/17.

6th Grade Expo to Experimental Forest on 5/25/17.

Civil War Dance coming up next week, 5/30 at 1:15 p.m.

Science Fair for 5th & 6th on 3/31 from 8-9:30 a.m.

Reading Challenge End of Year field trip coming up on June 1st to Barnes & Noble Bookstore.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 5/22/17




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STUDENTS:

Here is a great opportunity open to anyone age 16-18. West Bonner county School District is looking for seasonal summer help beginning right at the end of the school year and continuing right up until school starts again in the fall. The job guarantees the student employee 40 hours of work per week working 4, ten hour shifts. That means you get a 3 day weekend every week. If you have questions do not hesitate to contact: Mr. Ken Eldore Director of Facilities and Capital Improvements West Bonner County School District 83 Ph. 208-290-2011. Mr. Kren

 

Please see Nicole in the office if you are interested in a summer job at Priest Lake. 

 

Sign language, fly tying, shop skills and anime classes have been canceled for the remainder of the year due to lack of participation.

 

The Priest River Lion’s Van is visiting PRLHS on Thursday May 18th from 8 am -12:00.  They will be doing vision and hearing testing.  They will also be testing for diabetes.   The diabetes test is done by a finger poke and parents must give permission for that test to be done, otherwise only their sight and hearing will be tested.  Permission slips for the diabetes test are sent home with students.  Please return the parent signed permission slip to the office if you would like to be tested for diabetes.  Visiting the van is optional for students throughout the day.

  

Juniors there is a Class of 2018 Parent/student informational meeting May 24th 5:30-6:30. We go over Senior Portraits/quotes, Yearbooks, Commemorative ads, Brief overview Summer prep for Scholarships/senior project.

 

Seniors: make sure that you see Mrs. Eggert for your 7 college credits for your TechPrep  course Business Computer Applications. Signups for times to come in and go over the information are posted on the tack board outside her classroom door.

 

Off The Wall presents Air Guitar - May 12 - 7pm, May 13 - 1pm & 7pm, Priest River Junior High Auditorium, $3 - Students/Seniors, $5 - Adults

 

SENIORS:

ATTENTION SENIORS:  On April 21st, about 1,500 Idaho Opportunity scholarships to high school seniors and college students. As of today, 681 students have not responded to their offers. This year, the award has increased from a maximum of $3,000/yr to a maximum of $3,500/yr.  Look for the email and click on “Opportunity Scholarship”. You can log in at  https://scholarships-idaho.academicworks.com to accept the award. The deadline to accept is May 14, 2017 (4 days!). Contact Christy or Andie for assistance!

 

 

Students: The hallways past the computer lab will be closed during lunch break while ISAT testing occurs. No one will be allowed to go to their locker, library, or senior bench. This will include the following dates: May 8-12, and May 17. Thank you, Mr. Kren

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  If you would like your transcripts sent to a college or your SAT or ACT scores sent to a college, you MUST fill out a form in the counseling center.  Information will not be sent without a transcript request form on file. – Thank you.

 

SPORTS:

Saturday, May, 13

2:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away OPPONENT TBD Play-in Game @ Fruitland Team would depart on Friday

Monday, May, 15

8:00 AM Coed Varsity Golf Away OPPONENT TBD STATE @ Idaho Falls Country Club

Tuesday, May, 16

8:00 AM Coed Varsity Golf Away OPPONENT TBD STATE @ Idaho Falls Country Club

Friday, May, 19

9:00 AM Coed Varsity Track Away OPPONENT TBD STATE @ Middleton HS Bus will depart 5/18 6AM

Saturday, May, 20

9:00 AM Coed Varsity Track Away OPPONENT TBD STATE @ Middleton HS

 

 

LUNCH:

Monday –  Chicken sandwich

Tuesday – Crispito

Wednesday – Taco salad

Thursday – Chicken pan steak

Friday –     Pepperoni ripper

 

Lunchroom charges need to be paid!  There will be absolutely no more charging after May 26th

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 5/15/17




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Smokey Bear Assembly for K-3rd graders on May 16th at 1:30 p.m.

Lion’s Vision Screening on 5/19/17, 8 a.m. – noon.

COURAGE is May’s character focus. Being brave even when it is hard.

SPRING FLING is May 19th  from 5 – 7 p.m. Join us for a “Jungle Safari”.  More details will be sent home soon.

Final week of ISAT testing.

Weekly reading challenges continue. To be eligible to participate in the rewards, students need to return their reading form with parents signature each week.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 5/15/17




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Spring Class Pictures – May 10th

COURAGE is May’s character focus. Being brave even when it is hard.

ISAT Testing for 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th grades this week. Please make sure your students are at school on time, well rested and ready to do their best.

Smokey Bear Assembly for K-3rd graders on May 16th at 1:30 p.m.

SPRING FLING is May 19th  from 5 – 7 p.m. Join us for a “Jungle Safari”.  More details will be sent home soon.

Keep reading for the weekly challenges continue. To be eligible to participate in the rewards, students need to return their reading form with parents signature each week.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 5/8/17




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STUDENTS:

The Priest River Lion’s Van is visiting PRLHS on Thursday May 18th from 8 am -12:00.  They will be doing vision and hearing testing.  They will also be testing for diabetes.   The diabetes test is done by a finger poke and parents must give permission for that test to be done, otherwise only their sight and hearing will be tested.  Permission slips for the diabetes test are sent home with students.  Please return the parent signed permission slip to the office if you would like to be tested for diabetes.  Visiting the van is optional for students throughout the day.   

 

Juniors there is a Class of 2018 Parent/student informational meeting May 24th 5:30-6:30. We go over Senior Portraits/quotes, Yearbooks, Commemorative ads, Brief overview Summer prep for Scholarships/senior project.

 

Seniors: make sure that you see Mrs. Eggert for your 7 college credits for your TechPrep  course Business Computer Applications. Signups for times to come in and go over the information are posted on the tack board outside her classroom door.

 

The 3rd and final blood drive for the year will be Friday, May 5th.  Remember you need to get your permission slips signed and returned. 

 

Off The Wall presents Air Guitar - May 12 - 7pm, May 13 - 1pm & 7pm, Priest River Junior High Auditorium, $3 - Students/Seniors, $5 - Adults

 

Self-defense class with the 21st CCLC will be back on again on Tuesdays and Thursdays with Sergeant Morgan.

 

SENIORS:

Seniors – Please report to the gym during Spartan Time on Thursday, May 11th to meet with Mr. Kren. 

 

Students: The hallways past the computer lab will be closed during lunch break while ISAT testing occurs. No one will be allowed to go to their locker, library, or senior bench. This will include the following dates: May 5, May 8-12, and May 17. Thank you, Mr. Kren

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  If you would like your transcripts sent to a college or your SAT or ACT scores sent to a college, you MUST fill out a form in the counseling center.  Information will not be sent without a transcript request form on file. – Thank you.

 

 

 

 

SPORTS:

Monday, May, 08

*10:00 AM Coed Varsity Golf Away Districts @ Kellogg (Pinehurst) Departs: 7:00 AM

2:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Away Timberlake High School Districts @ Bonners Dismissal Time: 11:00 AM

Departs: 11:15 AM PR vs T-Lake

4:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Bonners Ferry High School Districts @ T-Lake Dismissal Time: 12:45 PM

Departs: 1:00 PM PR vs Bonners

Tuesday, May, 09

TBA Boys Varsity Baseball Away OPPONENT TBD Districts @ Bonners

Game 1 Loser vs Game 2 Loser 2:00

Game 1 Winner vs Game 2 Winner 4:30 Winner to State

TBA Girls Varsity Softball Away OPPONENT TBD Districts @ T-Lake

Game 1 Loser vs Game 2 Loser 2:00

Game 1 Winner vs Game 2 Winner 4:30 Winner to State

Thursday, May, 11

4:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Away OPPONENT TBD Districts @ High Seed

Game 3 winner vs Game 4 Loser Winner to State

4:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away OPPONENT TBD Districts @ High Seed

Game 3 winner vs Game 4 Loser Winner to State

Thursday, May, 11

4:00 PM Coed Varsity Track Away Timberlake High School 3A District 1 Championship @ T-Lake

Dismissal Time: 1:00 PM Departs: 1:15 PM

Friday, May, 12

4:00 PM Coed Varsity Track Away Timberlake High School 3A District 1 Championship @ T-Lake

Dismissal Time: 1:00 PM Departs: 1:15 PM

Saturday, May, 13

2:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away OPPONENT TBD Play-in Game @ Fruitland Team would depart on Friday

 

STAFF:

 

LUNCH:

Monday- Cheeseburger

Tuesday – Fish nuggets

Wednesday – Hot dog

Thursday – Sloppy Joe Sandwich

Friday – Cheese filled breadstick

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 5/8/17




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We are quickly approaching the end of the year!  Please make sure you look at the school newsletter for some important upcoming dates.  Most students have completed three of the ISAT tests, and only have one more to go.  As the weather gets nicer, please encourage your child to dress in layers as it will get hot in our building.  Thank you for all of your support!

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Published: 5/2/17




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ISAT Testing for 4th, 5th & 6th grades this week. Please make sure your students are at school on time, well rested and ready to do their best.

April’s character focus is “Trustworthiness”.

Kindergarten Registration will be Wednesday, May 3rd. Please come to the office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. with your child’s birth certificate and vaccination records to get them enrolled. We will be scheduling a kindergarten screening for a later date.

Class pictures are coming up on May 10th.

Mark your calendars for SPRING FLING on May 19th. More details will be sent home.

Weekly reading challenges continue. To be eligible to participate in the rewards, students need to return their reading form with parents signature each week.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 5/1/17




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STUDENTS:

The 3rd and final blood drive for the year will be Friday, May 5th.  Remember you need to get your permission slips signed and returned. 

 

Off The Wall presents Air Guitar - May 12 - 7pm, May 13 - 1pm & 7pm, Priest River Junior High Auditorium, $3 - Students/Seniors, $5 - Adults

 

Self-defense class with the 21st CCLC will be back on again on Tuesdays and Thursdays with Sergeant Morgan.

 

SENIORS:

Students: The hallways past the computer lab will be closed during lunch break while ISAT testing occurs. No one will be allowed to go to their locker, library, or senior bench. This will include the following dates: May 5, May 8-12, and May 17. Thank you, Mr. Kren

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  If you would like your transcripts sent to a college or your SAT or ACT scores sent to a college, you MUST fill out a form in the counseling center.  Information will not be sent without a transcript request form on file. – Thank you.

 

SPORTS:

There is a football meeting on Sunday, April 30th at 4:00 in the HS Cafeteria to kick off the jerky fundraiser for camp; it is important that all kids playing next year attend.

 

Saturday, April, 29

*11:00 AM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Kellogg High School

11:00 AM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Away Kellogg High School Departs: 8:00 AM

*11:00 AM Girls Varsity Softball Home Kellogg High School

11:00 AM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Kellogg High School Departs: 8:00 AM

*1:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Kellogg High School

1:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Away Kellogg High School Departs: 8:00 AM

1:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Kellogg High School Departs: 8:00 AM

Monday, May, 01

4:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Home Bonners Ferry High School

4:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Home Bonners Ferry High School

Tuesday, May, 02

*4:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Away Bonners Ferry High School Dismissal Time: 1:30 PM Departs: 1:45 PM

*4:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Bonners Ferry High School Dismissal Time: 1:30 PM Departs: 1:45 PM

Wednesday, May, 03

*10:00 AM Coed Varsity Golf Away Bonners Ferry High SchoolIML @ Bonners Departs: 8:00 AM

*4:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Rescheduled from 2017-04-25 Timberlake High School

Dismissal Time: 2:30 PM

Thursday, May, 04

2:30 PM Coed Varsity Track Away Post Falls High School Post Falls District 1 Meet of Champions

Dismissal Time: 12:30 PM Departs: 12:45 PM

3:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Post Falls High School Dismissal Time: 12:30 PM Departs: 12:45 PM

5:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Post Falls High School

Friday, May, 05

9:00 AM Coed Varsity Golf Away OPPONENT TBD Lakeland Tournament Departs: 7:45 AM

3:00 PM Coed Varsity Track Away Riverside High SchoolRiverside Twilight Invite Dismissal Time: 1:00 PM

Departs: 1:15 PM

 

LUNCH:

Monday – Breakfast sandwich

Tuesday – Chicken nuggets

Wednesday – Grilled cheese

Thursday – Bean/cheese burrito

Friday –   Pizza  

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Published: 5/1/17




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The 3rd and final blood drive for the year will be Friday, May 5th.  Remember you need to get your permission slips signed and returned. 

 

Self-defense class with the 21st CCLC will be back on again on Tuesdays and Thursdays with Sergeant Morgan.

 

SENIORS:

Students: The hallways past the computer lab will be closed during lunch break while ISAT testing occurs. No one will be allowed to go to their locker, library, or senior bench. This will include the following dates: April 25-28, May 5, May 8-12, and May 17. Thank you, Mr. Kren

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  If you would like your transcripts sent to a college or your SAT or ACT scores sent to a college, you MUST fill out a form in the counseling center.  Information will not be sent without a transcript request form on file. – Thank you.

 

SPORTS:

There is a football meeting on Sunday, April 30th at 4:00 in the HS Cafeteria to kick off the jerky fundraiser for camp; it is important that all kids playing next year attend.

 

Friday, April, 28

9:00 AM Coed Varsity Golf Away Genesis Prep @ Links in Post Falls Departs: 7:45 AM

2:30 PM Coed Varsity Track Away Timberlake High School Timberlake Invitational Dismissal Time: 12:45 PM

Departs: 1:00 PM

Saturday, April, 29

*11:00 AM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Kellogg High School

11:00 AM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Away Kellogg High School Departs: 8:00 AM

*11:00 AM Girls Varsity Softball Home Kellogg High School

11:00 AM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Kellogg High School Departs: 8:00 AM

*1:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Kellogg High School

1:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Away Kellogg High School Departs: 8:00 AM

1:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Kellogg High School Departs: 8:00 AM

 

LUNCH:

Friday –   Pizza  

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 4/27/17




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SENIORS:

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  If you would like your transcripts sent to a college or your SAT or ACT scores sent to a college, you MUST fill out a form in the counseling center.  Information will not be sent without a transcript request form on file. – Thank you.

 

Andie Wilson will be holding Scholarship/FASFA workshop nights in the computer lab every Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 for anyone that is interested.   Contact Christy Huling or Andie Wilson for assistance!

 

SPORTS:

Tuesday, April, 18

*4:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Away Kellogg High School Dismissal Time: 12:45 PM Departs: 1:00 PM

4:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Home Kellogg High School

*4:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Kellogg High School Dismissal Time: 12:45 PM Departs: 1:00 PM

4:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Home Kellogg High School

Wednesday, April, 19

*3:00 PM Coed Varsity Golf Away Timberlake High SchoolDual with Timberlake Dismissal Time: 1:00 PM

Departs: 1:15 PM

Thursday, April, 20

*10:00 AM Coed Varsity Golf Away Bonners Ferry High SchoolIML #2 Departs: 7:45 AM

*4:00 PM Coed Varsity Track Home IML Dual @ PR

5:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Troy High SchoolMountain Time Departs: 2:15 PM

Saturday, April, 22

10:00 AM Coed Varsity Track Home OPPONENT TBD Priest River Invitational

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*11:00 AM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Bonners Ferry High School

11:00 AM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Away Bonners Ferry High School Departs: 8:45 AM

*11:00 AM Girls Varsity Softball Home Bonners Ferry High School

11:00 AM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Bonners Ferry High School Departs: 8:45 AM

*1:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Bonners Ferry High School

1:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Away Bonners Ferry High School Departs: 8:45 AM

1:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Home Bonners Ferry High School

1:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Bonners Ferry High School Departs: 8:45 AM

 

LUNCH:

Monday- Cheeseburger

Tuesday – Chicken nuggets

Wednesday – Bean/cheese burrito

Thursday – Chicken pan steak

Friday –   Pizza

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 4/17/17




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ISAT Testing has begun. Please make sure your students are at school on time, well rested and ready to do their best.

April’s character focus is “Trustworthiness”.

Our 3rd Quarter Awards Assembly will be on Monday, 4/17 at 1:30 p.m.

Mark your calendars for SPRING FLING on May 19th. More details will be sent home.

Weekly reading challenges continue. To be eligible to participate in the rewards, students need to return their reading form with parents signature each week.

On April 27th all K-4th grade students will be going to Pend Oreille Players for a performance. Thank you Child Sponsorship for making this possible.

Kindergarten Registration will be Wednesday, May 3rd. Please come to the office between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. with your child’s birth certificate and vaccination records to get them enrolled. We will be scheduling a kindergarten screening for a later date.

WBCSD will be offering a Suicide Prevention Workshop on 4/18 from 5:30 – 6:30 at PRJH. Workshop and childcare is free.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 4/17/17




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Welcome back from spring break.  We are going to be starting ISAT testing this week.  All 7th graders will take their science ISAT on Wednesday or Thursday.  All students will then take language arts and math ISATS in the following weeks.  Please discuss with your child the importance of these tests, and let us know if you have any questions. 

 

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Published: 4/12/17




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STUDENTS:

Self-defense class will be temporarily suspended during the month of April. Terry is gone all month on training and won’t be available to teach.

 

SUMMER JOBS – Youth Conservation Corps US Forest Service Trail Maintenance Crew – 8 weeks/$7.25 hour.  You must be between the ages of 16 and 18 years old.  There are positions available in Sandpoint and Priest Lake Applications are available at the Sandpoint and Priest Lake Ranger Stations or online at YCC.gov.  All applications must be turned in by April 14, 2017 at either Priest Lake or Sandpoint Ranger Stations. 

 

SENIORS:

Graduation Announcements and Accessories will be delivered Thursday, March 30th During both Lunches (11:06-12:41) —in the Library Lab Room—(PRLHS) If you owe a balance on your order please remit the amount due to Grad Services NW in advance of distribution date. A postcard was mailed to your home if you owe a balance on your order with payment instructions. Orders paid in full will be distributed on delivery date. If you have any questions, please contact Graduate Services NW at: Gradservicesnw.com

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  If you would like your transcripts sent to a college or your SAT or ACT scores sent to a college, you MUST fill out a form in the counseling center.  Information will not be sent without a transcript request form on file. – Thank you.

 

Andie Wilson will be holding Scholarship/FASFA workshop nights in the computer lab every Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 for anyone that is interested.   Contact Christy Huling or Andie Wilson for assistance!

 

SPORTS:

Tuesday, April, 11

3:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Kettle Falls High School Dismissal Time: 1:45 PM

5:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Kettle Falls High School

Wednesday, April, 12

*4:00 PM Coed Varsity Track Away IML Dual @ Kellogg Dismissal Time: 1:15 PM Departs: 1:30 PM

Thursday, April, 13

*10:00 AM Coed Varsity Golf Away Timberlake High SchoolIML #1 Dismissal Time: 8:00 AM Departs: 8:15 AM

Players will check into their first hour class.

3:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Kettle Falls High School Dismissal Time: 11:30 AM Departs: 11:45 AM

All players will take 1st lunch.

3:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Kettle Falls High School Dismissal Time: 11:30 PM Departs: 11:45 AM

All players will take 1st lunch.

4:30 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Kettle Falls High School Departs: 11:45 AM

4:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Kettle Falls High School Departs: 11:45 AM

Saturday, April, 15

9:30 AM Coed Varsity Track Away Kellogg High School Booster Invite Departs: 7:00 AM

*11:00 AM Boys Varsity Baseball Away Timberlake High School Departs: 9:15 AM

11:00 AM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Home Timberlake High School

*11:00 AM Girls Varsity Softball Away Timberlake High School Departs: 9:15 AM

Saturday, April, 15

11:00 AM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Home Timberlake High School

*1:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Away Timberlake High School Departs: 9:15 AM

1:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Home Timberlake High School

*1:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Timberlake High School Departs: 9:15 AM

1:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Home Timberlake High School

 

STAFF:

 

LUNCH:

Monday – Chicken sandwich

Tuesday – Grilled cheese

Wednesday – Chicken Bowl

Thursday – Spaghetti

Friday –   Ham & cheese ripper

 

 

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Have a safe, fun, and relaxing spring break!! Don't forget to READ!

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Published: 3/31/17




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STUDENTS:

The Junior High and High School Choirs will be performing their Spring Concert at the Junior High School Auditorium on Monday, March 27 at 7:00 PM. 

 

SUMMER JOBS – Youth Conservation Corps US Forest Service Trail Maintenance Crew – 8 weeks/$7.25 hour.  You must be between the ages of 16 and 18 years old.  There are positions available in Sandpoint and Priest Lake Applications are available at the Sandpoint and Priest Lake Ranger Stations or online at YCC.gov.  All applications must be turned in by April 14, 2017 at either Priest Lake or Sandpoint Ranger Stations. 

 

Junior Boys please meet in the Band Room Wednesday morning during Spartan Time. 

 

SENIORS:

Graduation Announcements and Accessories will be delivered Thursday, March 30th During both Lunches (11:06-12:41) —in the Library Lab Room—(PRLHS) If you owe a balance on your order please remit the amount due to Grad Services NW in advance of distribution date. A postcard was mailed to your home if you owe a balance on your order with payment instructions. Orders paid in full will be distributed on delivery date. If you have any questions, please contact Graduate Services NW at: Gradservicesnw.com

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  If you would like your transcripts sent to a college or your SAT or ACT scores sent to a college, you MUST fill out a form in the counseling center.  Information will not be sent without a transcript request form on file. – Thank you.

 

Andie Wilson will be holding Scholarship/FASFA workshop nights in the computer lab every Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 for anyone that is interested.   Contact Christy Huling or Andie Wilson for assistance!

SPORTS:

Tuesday, March, 28

4:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Cheney High School Dismissal Time: 12:45 PM Departs: 1:00 PM

4:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Cheney High School Dismissal Time: 12:45 PM Departs: 1:00 PM

Thursday, March, 30

2:00 PM Coed Varsity Golf Home Clark Fork High School Dismissal Time: 1:00 PM

4:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Away East Valley High School-Spokane Dismissal Time: 1:15 PM Departs: 1:30 PM

4:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Home Troy High School

Friday, March, 31

12:00 PM Coed Varsity Track Away Deer Park High School Deer Park Invite Departs: 10:15 AM

Tuesday, April, 11

3:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Kettle Falls High School Dismissal Time: 1:45 PM

5:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Kettle Falls High School

Wednesday, April, 12

*4:00 PM Coed Varsity Track Away IML Dual @ Kellogg Dismissal Time: 1:15 PM Departs: 1:30 PM

Thursday, April, 13

*10:00 AM Coed Varsity Golf Away Timberlake High SchoolIML #1 Dismissal Time: 8:00 AM Departs: 8:15 AM

Players will check into their first hour class.

3:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Kettle Falls High School Dismissal Time: 11:30 AM Departs: 11:45 AM

All players will take 1st lunch.

3:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Kettle Falls High School Dismissal Time: 11:30 PM Departs: 11:45 AM

All players will take 1st lunch.

4:30 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Kettle Falls High School Departs: 11:45 AM

4:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Kettle Falls High School Departs: 11:45 AM

Saturday, April, 15

9:30 AM Coed Varsity Track Away Kellogg High School Booster Invite Departs: 7:00 AM

*11:00 AM Boys Varsity Baseball Away Timberlake High School Departs: 9:15 AM

11:00 AM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Home Timberlake High School

*11:00 AM Girls Varsity Softball Away Timberlake High School Departs: 9:15 AM

Saturday, April, 15

11:00 AM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Home Timberlake High School

*1:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Away Timberlake High School Departs: 9:15 AM

1:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Home Timberlake High School

*1:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Timberlake High School Departs: 9:15 AM

1:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Home Timberlake High School

LUNCH:

Monday –  Corn Dog

Tuesday – Taco Salad

Wednesday – BBQ chicken leg

Thursday – Pizza or Cook’s choice

Friday –   NO SCHOOL

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Published: 3/27/17




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This is our final week of After School Tutoring.

The Penny Drive Field Trip to Newport Hospital is on 3/29 for 1st & 3rd grade.

Idaho Shakespeare presents “Stuart Little” on 3/30 at 9 a.m. Thank you to our Child Sponsorship for providing this opportunity for our students.

The 3rd Quarter Reading Challenge Carnival will take place on Thursday, 3/30. All student who met the reading challenge requirements will get to participate in this special activity. Keep reading! More great reading challenge rewards through the end of the year.

No school Friday, 3/31/17 for students. It is a teacher work day.

Spring Break April 3-7! Enjoy you time off.

In the next few weeks our 3rd through 6th graders will be taking the district math and writing assessments. Please encourage your children to do their best. These assessments will help us see what our students have learned.

March Character Focus is Diligence; always doing your best no matter how hard, persistence.

 

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Published: 3/27/17




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With the end of 3rd quarter right around the corner, please be sure to talk to your child about their grades.  The quarter will end on March 30th, so students need to have all of their work turned in by that time.  We will send out report cards the week of April 10th, as spring break will be April 3-7, 2017.  We will also be holding parent and student meetings the week of April 10th, for those students that had any failing classes for 3rd quarter.  Please remember that the last day to purchase a yearbook for your child will be March 30th

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Published: 3/21/17




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STUDENTS:

SUMMER JOBS – Youth Conservation Corps US Forest Service Trail Maintenance Crew – 8 weeks/$7.25 hour.  You must be between the ages of 16 and 18 years old.  There are positions available in Sandpoint and Priest Lake Applications are available at the Sandpoint and Priest Lake Ranger Stations or online at YCC.gov.  All applications must be turned in by April 14, 2017 at either Priest Lake or Sandpoint Ranger Stations. 

 

SENIORS:

Graduation Announcements and Accessories will be delivered Thursday, March 30th During both Lunches (11:06-12:41) —in the Library Lab Room—(PRLHS) If you owe a balance on your order please remit the amount due to Grad Services NW in advance of distribution date. A postcard was mailed to your home if you owe a balance on your order with payment instructions. Orders paid in full will be distributed on delivery date. If you have any questions, please contact Graduate Services NW at: Gradservicesnw.com

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  If you would like your transcripts sent to a college or your SAT or ACT scores sent to a college, you MUST fill out a form in the counseling center.  Information will not be sent without a transcript request form on file. – Thank you.

 

Andie Wilson will be holding Scholarship/FASFA workshop nights in the computer lab every Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 for anyone that is interested.   Contact Christy Huling or Andie Wilson for assistance!

 

SPORTS:

Tuesday, March, 21

3:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Home Sandpoint High School Dismissal Time: 1:45 PM

3:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Home Sandpoint High School Dismissal Time: 1:45 PM

5:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Home Sandpoint High School

5:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Home Sandpoint High School

Thursday, March, 23

3:00 PM Coed Varsity Golf Away (Practice)

Friday, March, 24

3:30 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Away Riverside High School Dismissal Time: 1:30 PM Departs: 1:45 PM

3:30 PM Girls Varsity Softball Away Riverside High School Dismissal Time: 1:30 PM Departs: 1:45 PM

5:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Away Riverside High School Dismissal Time: 1:30 PM Departs: 1:45 PM

5:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away Riverside High School Dismissal Time: 1:30 PM Departs: 1:45 PM

Saturday, March, 25

10:30 AM Coed Varsity Track Away Colville High SchoolEzra Gordan Invitational Departs: 7:30 PM

12:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Away Deer Park High School Departs: 10:00 AM

2:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Away Deer Park High School Departs: 10:00 AM

 

STAFF:

There is a PTO meeting Wednesday, March 22nd at 3:45 in the Library Conference Room.  We hope to see you there. 

 

LUNCH:

Monday –  Hamburger

Tuesday – Chili crispito

Wednesday – Chicken pan steak

Thursday – Beef/Cheddar

Friday –   Pizza

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Published: 3/20/17




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Elementary Band Concert will be Tuesday, 3/21/17 at 7 p.m. in the PRJH Auditorium.

Site Council Meeting is Thursday, 3/23/17 at 7:15 a.m. in the Library.

In the next few weeks our 3rd through 6th graders will be taking the district math and writing assessments. Please encourage your children to do their best. These assessments will help us see what our students have learned.

The Penny Drive Field Trip to Newport Hospital is coming up on 3/29 for 1st & 3rd grade.

March Character Focus is Diligence; always doing your best no matter how hard, persistence.

After School Club has two weeks left - Monday & Wednesday through March 29th. See your classroom teacher for more details.

Keep reading 20 minutes a day. Turn in your reading slips signed by parent/guardian each week. This quarters award is a carnival theme on March 30th.

Remember to dress warm and in layers. It’s cold outside in the mornings. Always plan to have outside recess.  

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Published: 3/20/17




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Thank you to everyone that took the time out of their busy day to go and vote to renew the 2-year supplemental levy.  Your support is part of what makes our community and our schools great!

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Published: 3/16/17




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STUDENTS:

Auditions for Air Guitar High will be March 15 and 16th from 3 pm to 4:30 pm at Priest River Junior High School.  For more information contact Mr. Bean. 

 

Spartan Booster Bingo Night is March 17 from 6-8 pm.at the Priest River Lamanna High School gymnasium.  There will be concessions available.  There will be 6 rounds of Bingo.  $1 per sheet or $5 for 6 sheets.  There will be 3 prizes per round.  Prizes include:  Silverwood passes, Raptor Reef passes, Stoneridge Resort stay, Stoneridge Golf, 100 gallons propane from City Service Valcon, Spartan Family Pass, Spartan Apparel, Delicious desserts and lots of door prizes.  Proceeds will benefit Priest River Spartan Athletics. 

 

Sgt Terry Morgan of the ANG is going to be teaching a self-defense class modeled after the army’s hand-to- hand combat training. It will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45 to 5:00.

 

 

SENIORS:

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  If you would like your transcripts sent to a college or your SAT or ACT scores sent to a college, you MUST fill out a form in the counseling center.  Information will not be sent without a transcript request form on file. – Thank you.

 

Andie Wilson will be holding Scholarship/FASFA workshop nights in the computer lab every Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 for anyone that is interested.   Contact Christy Huling or Andie Wilson for assistance!

 

LUNCH:

Monday – Teriyaki chicken

Tuesday – Chicken sandwich

Wednesday – Chicken bowl

Thursday – Chili/cinnamon roll

Friday –  Ham & cheese ripper

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Please remember to vote March 14th for the 2 year supplemental levy.

Math Community information Night at PRE on 3/16/17 from 4-6 p.m. Community will be able to look over the two new math textbook adoption options for the district.

Silverwood Reading Is The Ticket tally sheets are due 3/16/17.

After School Art 3/16/17. Be sure to turn in your permission form. Limited space.

March Character Focus is Diligence; always doing your best no matter how hard, persistence.

After School Club - Monday & Wednesday through March 29th. See your classroom teacher for more details.

Keep on reading 20 minutes a day to participate in the Reading Challenges and weekly rewards. Reading slips need to be signed by parent/guardian and returned each week. This quarters award is a carnival theme.

Remember to dress warm and in layers. It’s cold outside in the mornings. Always plan to have outside recess.  

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Published: 3/13/17




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Welcome to March.  Please encourage your child to sign up for baseball, softball, or track.  If you need more information, they can come to the office for baseball and softball sign-up sheets, or see Mr. Landry for track sign-ups.  Please remember to get out and vote on March 14th as it is the 2-year supplemental levy renewal date.  Thank you for all of your support of our students and our schools!

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Published: 3/7/17




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STUDENTS:

Spartan Booster Bingo Night is March 17 from 6-8 pm.at the Priest River Lamanna High School gymnasium.  There will be concessions available.  There will be 6 rounds of Bingo.  $1 per sheet or $5 for 6 sheets.  There will be 3 prizes per round.  Prizes include:  Silverwood passes, Raptor Reef passes, Stoneridge Resort stay, Stoneridge Golf, 100 gallons propane from City Service Valcon, Spartan Family Pass, Spartan Apparel, Delicious desserts and lots of door prizes.  Proceeds will benefit Priest River Spartan Athletics. 

 

Thanks to the efforts of Brian Whitley Fuel of Whitley Exxon Priest River, Priest River Lamanna High School has been awarded a $500 ExxonMobil Educational Alliance grant.  The money will be used to support a high school science fair.  The ExxonMobil Educational Alliance program is designed to provide Exxon retailers like Whitley Fuel with an opportunity to invest in the future of their communities through educational grants to neighborhood schools. 

 

Mr. Buttrey will be teaching one more archery class – it is today after school for two hours. 

 

Sgt Terry Morgan of the ANG is going to be teaching a self-defense class modeled after the army’s hand-to- hand combat training. It will be held on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:45 to 5:00.

 

SENIORS:

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  If you would like your transcripts sent to a college or your SAT or ACT scores sent to a college, you MUST fill out a form in the counseling center.  Information will not be sent without a transcript request form on file. – Thank you.

 

Andie Wilson will be holding Scholarship/FASFA workshop nights in the computer lab every Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 for anyone that is interested.   Contact Christy Huling or Andie Wilson for assistance!

 

LUNCH:

Monday –  Chicken nuggets

Tuesday – Spaghetti

Wednesday – Hot dog

Thursday – Meatball sub

Friday –  Pizza

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Please remember to vote March 14th for the 2 year supplemental levy.

March Character Focus is Diligence; always doing your best no matter how hard, persistence.

After School Club - Monday & Wednesday through March 29th. See your classroom teacher for more details.

Bulldog Bookshelf Book-drive had over 625 books donated! Thank you Ben Franklin, Clothing Closet, West Boner Library District, Priest River Junior High, Priest River Lamanna High School, family and friends!

Read, read read…20 minutes a day to participate in the Reading Challenges and weekly rewards. Reading slips need to be signed by parent/guardian and returned each week. This quarters award is a carnival theme.

Please remember to dress warm and in layers. Always plan to have outside recess. Bring extra shoes so you don’t have to wear boots indoors all day and remember athletic shoes on PE days.

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Published: 3/2/17




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STUDENTS:

Mr. Buttrey will be starting archery next week on Monday’s and Wednesday’s for 2 weeks

 

Congratulations to Tommy Anselmo for earning the class of 2017 Salutatorian honors and to Von Flavel who is the class of 2017 Valedictorian. These young men have worked hard and have earned every bit of recognition coming their way. Congratulations! Mr. Kren

 

There is a sign up sheet in the office for Mr. Priest River.  This event is open to all high school boys.

The deadline is February 28th

 

Sgt Terry Morgan of the ANG is going to be teaching a self-defense class modeled after the army’s hand-to- hand combat training. It will be held on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:45 to 5:00.

 

SENIORS:

Andie Wilson will be holding Scholarship/FASFA workshop nights in the computer lab every Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 for anyone that is interested

 

Seniors:  This is just a reminder that two State of Idaho scholarships are closing in one week on March 1!

                Idaho Opportunity Scholarship:

  • Up to $3,000 per year, renewable for a total of four years
  • Must have a 3.0 cumulative, unweighted GPA
  • FAFSA due by March 1
  • Must be an Idaho resident graduating or graduated from an Idaho high school or

earned GED in Idaho

 

                Idaho Gear Up 2 Scholarship:

  • Must have participated in Gear Up between 2011-18
  • Must complete a FAFSA by March 1
  • Must be graduating high school in 2017 or 2018

Contact Christy Huling or Andie Wilson for assistance!

 

SPORTS:

 

Golf sign- ups are in the gym.  First practice is Tuesday, February 28th after school.  You cannot practice if you do not have a complete sports packet turned in to the Athletics Office.

 

The 1st Track Practice will be on Tuesday, February 28th.   There are signup sheets in the front office, quad and Mr. Hughes’ room (410).  Athletes must have a completed sports packet into the AD office before the first practice.

 

Saturday, February, 25

TBA Boys Varsity Wrestling Away OPPONENT TBD STATE @ IDAHO CENTER

 

LUNCH:

Monday – Mini corn dogs

Tuesday – French toast

Wednesday – Chili & Cinnamon roll

Thursday – Bean & cheese burrito

Friday –  Stuffed crust pizza

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Published: 2/27/17




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Supplemental Levy Town Hall Meeting at PRJH on 3/1/17 at 6 p.m.

Read Across America 3/2/17 – Idaho Hill Alumni from PRJH will be visiting. Students are encouraged to dress up in pajama’s, a favorite book or Dr. Suess character.

March Character Focus is Diligence; always doing your best no matter how hard, persistence.

After School Club - Monday & Wednesday through March 29th. See your classroom teacher for more details.

Bulldog Bookshelf Book-drive. Drop off your gently used books anytime at the school.

Read 20 minutes a day to participate in the Reading Challenges and weekly rewards. Reading slips need to be signed by parent/guardian and returned each week. This quarters award is a carnival theme. Keep reading!

Our weather is so unpredictable. Please remember to dress warm and in layers. Always plan to have outside recess. Bring extra shoes so you don’t have to wear boots indoors all day and remember athletic shoes on PE days.

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STUDENTS:

There will be a meeting in the library for all junior girls on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 7:45. All junior girls are to go to the library at that time. Mr. Kren

 

Career Day 2017 is coming March 3rd.   Watch for more details to come.

 

SENIORS:

Andie Wilson will be holding Scholarship/FASFA workshop nights in the computer lab every Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 for anyone that is interested

 

SPORTS:

Golf sign- ups are in the gym.  First practice - TBA.

 

Baseball signups are in the front office and the quad.  Anyone interested in playing contact Coach Schultz. First practice is February 24th.  New athletes must complete sports packet before the first practice. 

 

The 1st Track Practice will be on Tuesday, February 28th.   There are signup sheets in the front office, quad and Mr. Hughes’ room (410).  Athletes must have a completed sports packet into the AD office before the first practice.

 

Saturday, February, 18

TBA Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away OPPENENT TBD JV District Trn @ Kellogg

TBA Girls Varsity Basketball Away OPPENENT TBD STATE @ IDAHO CENTER, Times are MT

9:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away OPPENENT TBD Districts @ Lakeland HS Departs: 6:15 AM

Monday, February, 20

TBA Boys Varsity Basketball Home OPPONENT TBD DISTRICT TOURNAMENT PLAY-IN

Play in game will be determined after league play is complete 2/18.

Tuesday, February, 21

TBA Boys Varsity Basketball Away 3A District 1 Championship @NIC

Game 1: 4:30 2 vs 3 (Depart @ 2:00) Game 2: 6:15 1 vs winner of 2/20 game (Depart @ 4:00)

Thursday, February, 23

TBA Boys Varsity Basketball Away OPPONENT TBD 3A District 1 Championship @ NIC

Game 3: 4:30 Loser out game (Depart @ 2:00) Game 4: 6:15 Championship game winner to state (Depart @ 4:00)

Friday, February, 24

TBA Boys Varsity Basketball Away OPPONENT TBD 3A District 1 Championship @TBA @ Highest seed remaining

Second place to state game - Winner of the 6:00 game vs Loser of the championship game.

Time TBA depending on host school

TBA Boys Varsity Wrestling Away OPPONENT TBD STATE @ IDAHO CENTER

Saturday, February, 25

TBA Boys Varsity Wrestling Away OPPONENT TBD STATE @ IDAHO CENTER

Monday, February, 20

TBA Boys Varsity Basketball Home OPPONENT TBD DISTRICT TOURNAMENT PLAY-IN

Play in game will be determined after league play is complete 2/18.

Tuesday, February, 21

TBA Boys Varsity Basketball Away 3A District 1 Championship @NIC

Game 1: 4:30 2 vs 3 (Depart @ 2:00) Game 2: 6:15 1 vs winner of 2/20 game (Depart @ 4:00)

Thursday, February, 23

TBA Boys Varsity Basketball Away OPPONENT TBD 3A District 1 Championship @ NIC

Game 3: 4:30 Loser out game (Depart @ 2:00) Game 4: 6:15 Championship game winner to state (Depart @ 4:00)

Friday, February, 24

TBA Boys Varsity Basketball Away OPPONENT TBD 3A District 1 Championship @TBA @ Highest seed remaining

Second place to state game - Winner of the 6:00 game vs Loser of the championship game.

Time TBA depending on host school

TBA Boys Varsity Wrestling Away OPPONENT TBD STATE @ IDAHO CENTER

Saturday, February, 25

TBA Boys Varsity Wrestling Away OPPONENT TBD STATE @ IDAHO CENTER

 

STAFF:

 

LUNCH:

Tuesday – Cheeseburger

Wednesday- Chicken Alfredo

Thursday- Chicken sandwich

Friday –  Cheese ripper

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Published: 2/21/17




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Please join us on Friday, February 24 at 1:30 – 2:30p.m. in the JH Auditorium for our 1st and 2nd quarter awards.  Students will be honored for being on honor roll, and having outstanding attendance. 

 

Please note that the Honor Society induction ceremony has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 1 at 6:00p.m.  If your child has been accepted to Honor Society, then they will be bringing an invitation home with them this week.

 

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Idaho Hill Site Council on 2/23/17 at 7:15 a.m. in school library.

After School Art 2/23/17. There is limited space, so be sure and register early.

After School Club  Monday & Wednesday through March 29th. See your classroom teacher for more details.

Bulldog Bookshelf Book-drive. Drop off your gently used books anytime at the school.

February Character Focus is Honesty.

Read 20 minutes a day to participate in the Reading Challenges and weekly rewards. Reading slips need to be signed by parent/guardian and returned each week. We had 60 students meet the Second Quarter Challenge. Way to go Bulldogs!

It’s still cold outside so please remember to dress warm and in layers. Always plan to have outside recess. Bring extra shoes so you don’t have to wear boots indoors all day and remember athletic shoes on PE days.

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STUDENTS:

There will be a meeting in the library for all junior girls on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 7:45. All junior girls are to go to the library at that time. Mr. Kren

 

All Students:  NIC TechSperience February 23rd. Check out the New NIC Tech Facility! Permission slips due to Christy Huling, Spartan GEAR UP or Andie Wilson, Spartan Near Peer by February 13th! 

 

Career Day 2017 is coming March 3rd.   Watch for more details to come.

 

The Spartan Alumni Basketball Tournament and Spaghetti Feed will be February 11th with tip off beginning at noon.  Spectator entry fee $6 and this includes the spaghetti meal.  If you are interested in having a team in the tournament there is a 2 game minimum and a $25 per player registration fee.  Contact Kevin Wylie at 208-818-8417 or Dona Storro at 406-552-9274. 

 

21st Century program students:  Mr. Workman will be teaching American sign language on Tuesdays, fly tying on Wednesdays and small home repairs on Thursdays.

 

SENIORS:

Andie Wilson will be holding Scholarship/FASFA workshop nights in the computer lab every Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 for anyone that is interested

 

SPORTS:

Friday, February, 10

4:00 PM Boys C Basketball Away Bonners Ferry High School Transport: Charter Bus Departs: 1:45 PM

5:00 PM Boys Varsity Wrestling Home Kellogg High School

*5:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Bonners Ferry High School Transport: Charter Bus Departs: 1:45 PM

6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Kellogg High School Game played @ Lakeland HS

Transport: WBCSD Departs: 4:00 PM Friday, Feb 10 @ Lakeland High School

6:00 - Kellogg vs Priest River

7:30 - Championship game - Timberlake vs Bonners Ferry

The IML all-league team will be announced after the 6:00 game.

7:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Bonners Ferry High School

Transport: Charter Bus Departs: 1:45 PM

Saturday, February, 11

*TBA Girls Varsity Basketball Away OPEN DATE 2nd Place Game (winner to State)

Saturday, Feb 11 @ Highest seed remaining

Second place to state game - Winner of the 6:00 game vs Loser of the championship game.

Time TBA depending on host school

9:00 AM Coed Varsity Wrestling Away Lake City Timberwolves Lake City JV Tournament

Transport: WBCSD Departs: 6:00 AM

3:00 PM Alumni Game (Other)

 

LUNCH:

Monday- Fish nuggets

Tuesday- sloppy joe sandwich
Wednesday- Chicken pan steak

Thursday- Ham & cheese ripper

Friday – NO SCHOOL

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Second Quarter Awards Assembly and Making a Difference Assembly will be Wed., 2/15/17 at 1:20 p.m. Family and friends are welcome to attend.

After School Club will run every Monday & Wednesday through March 29th. See your classroom teacher for more details.

Bulldog Bookshelf Book-drive. Drop off your gently used books anytime at the school.

February Character Focus is Honesty.

Read 20 minutes a day to participate in the Reading Challenges and weekly rewards. Reading slips need to be signed by parent/guardian and returned each week. We had 60 students meet the Second Quarter Challenge. Way to go Bulldogs!

It’s still cold outside so please remember to dress warm and in layers. Always plan to have outside recess. Bring extra shoes so you don’t have to wear boots indoors all day and remember athletic shoes on PE days.

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Published: 2/13/17




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STUDENTS:

Junior girls can still sign up on sheet in counselor office by Tuesday, Feb. 7 if you are interested in Distinguished Young Women.

 

Mr Bean will be starting an Improvisation workshop on Mondays starting on February 6th.

 

Career Day 2017 is coming March 3rd.   Watch for more details to come.

 

The Spartan Alumni Basketball Tournament and Spaghetti Feed will be February 11th with tip off beginning at noon.  Spectator entry fee $6 and this includes the spaghetti meal.  If you are interested in having a team in the tournament there is a 2 game minimum and a $25 per player registration fee.  Contact Kevin Wylie at 208-818-8417 or Dona Storro at 406-552-9274. 

 

Concert Band is looking for musicians to join the band.  If you are interested, see Mr. Ballenger in the band room.  He is available from 2nd lunch on.

 

The Spring Driver’s Ed Parent Meeting is scheduled for February 8th at 7:00 p.m. in Room 330. 

 

21st Century program students:  Mr. Workman will be teaching American sign language on Tuesdays, fly tying on Wednesdays and small home repairs on Thursdays.

 

SENIORS:

 

SPORTS:

 

Friday, February, 03

3:30 PM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Bonners Ferry High School Invite Departs: 1:15 PM

Saturday, February, 04

8:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Bonners Ferry High School Invite Departs: 5:45 AM

12:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away JV District Trn @ T-Lake Departs: 10:00 AM

1 vs 4 @ 12:00 2 vs 3 @ 1:30 Championship @ 3:30

Monday, February, 06

4:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Home Genesis Prep

6:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Home Genesis Prep

7:30 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Home Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy DISTRICT TOURNAMENT PLAY-IN

Tuesday, February, 07

TBA Girls Varsity Basketball Away 3A District 1 Championship @ NIC Game 1: 4:30 2 vs 3 (Depart @ 2:00) Game 2: 6:15 1 vs 5 (Depart @ 4:00)

Thursday, February, 09

TBA Girls Varsity Basketball Away 3A District 1 Championship @ NIC

Game 3: 4:30 Loser out game (Depart @ 2:00) Game 4: 6:15 Championship game winner to state (Depart @ 4:00)

5:00 PM Boys Varsity Wrestling Home Kellogg High School

Friday, February, 10

*TBA Girls Varsity Basketball Away OPEN DATE 2nd Place Game (winner to State) Game @ highest seed

4:00 PM Boys C Basketball Away Bonners Ferry High School Transport: Charter Bus Departs: 1:45 PM

Friday, February, 10

*5:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Bonners Ferry High School Departs: 1:45 PM

7:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Bonners Ferry High School Departs: 1:45 PM

 

LUNCH:

Monday- Chicken nuggets

Tuesday – Spaghetti/garlic bread

Wednesday – German Sausage

Thursday – Grilled cheese

Friday – Stuffed Crust Pizza

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Published: 2/6/17




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After School Club will run every Monday & Wednesday from February 6th through March 29th. See your classroom teacher for more details.

Bulldog Bookshelf Book-drive on 1/30/17. Drop off your gently used books anytime at the school.

February Character Focus is Honesty.

Read 20 minutes a day to participate in the Reading Challenges and weekly rewards. Reading slips need to be signed by parent/guardian and returned each week. We had 60 students meet the Second Quarter Challenge. Way to go Bulldogs!

It’s still cold outside so please remember to dress warm and in layers. Always plan to have outside recess. Bring extra shoes so you don’t have to wear boots indoors all day and remember athletic shoes on PE days.

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Published: 2/6/17




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STUDENTS:

Tactical Arts game club meets during the after school program Mondays and Wednesdays in Craner’s room. Mondays we play board games and eat cookies. Wednesdays, we play Magic: The Gathering and eat cookies. Come join the fun on Mondays and Wednesdays!

 

The Spartan Alumni Basketball Tournament and Spaghetti Feed will be February 11th with tip off beginning at noon.  Spectator entry fee $6 and this includes the spaghetti meal.  If you are interested in having a team in the tournament there is a 2 game minimum and a $25 per player registration fee.  Contact Kevin Wylie at 208-818-8417 or Dona Storro at 406-552-9274. 

 

Don’t forget, Mrs. Wilson will be holding a Scholarship Workshop from 3:00-5:00pm on Wed. Feb 1st and Feb 8th in the computer lab.

 

Concert Band is looking for musicians to join the band.  If you are interested, see Mr. Ballenger in the band room.  He is available from 2nd lunch on.

 

The Spring Driver’s Ed Parent Meeting is scheduled for February 8th at 7:00 p.m. in Room 330. 

 

Junior girls who are interested in being a part of Distinguished Young Women next year should meet in the Library on February 1st during Spartan Time for a quick information session.

 

21st Century program students:  Mr. Workman will be teaching American sign language on Tuesdays, fly tying on Wednesdays and small home repairs on Thursdays.

 

SENIORS:

Reminder – If you have not ordered your cap/gown and announcements please remember that you need to do so before February 1st in order to avoid a late fee. 

 

SPORTS:

Tuesday, January, 31

*6:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away Kellogg High School Departs: 3:00 PM

*7:30 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Kellogg High School Departs: 3:00 PM

Thursday, February, 02

4:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Home North Idaho Christian School

5:00 PM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Lakeland Duals Departs: 3:00 PM

6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Home North Idaho Christian School

7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Home North Idaho Christian School

Friday, February, 03

3:30 PM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Bonners Ferry High School Invite Departs: 1:15 PM

Saturday, February, 04

8:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Bonners Ferry High School Invite Departs: 5:45 AM

12:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away JV District Trn @ T-Lake Departs: 10:00 AM

1 vs 4 @ 12:00 2 vs 3 @ 1:30 Championship @ 3:30

 

STAFF:

 

 LUNCH:

Monday – Corndog

Tuesday – Beef Taco

Wednesday – Uncrustable

Thursday – Bean/cheese burrito

Friday – Pizza

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Published: 1/30/17




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After School Club will begin on February 6th. More information will be sent home this week.

We will be kicking off another Bulldog Bookshelf Book-drive on 1/30/17. Details will be sent home this week.

February Character Focus is Honesty.

Report cards will be sent home on Friday 2/3/17.

Read 20 minutes a day to participate in the Reading Challenges and weekly rewards. Reading slips need to be signed by parent/guardian and returned each week. We had 60 students meet the Second Quarter Challenge. Way to go Bulldogs!

Thank you Idaho Community Foundation and Idaho Commission on the Arts for supporting our students with the dance grant.

It’s still cold outside so please remember to dress warm and in layers. Always plan to have outside recess. Bring extra shoes so you don’t have to wear boots indoors all day and remember athletic shoes on PE days

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 1/27/17




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STUDENTS:

Junior girls who are interested in being a part of Distinguished Young Women next year should meet in the Library on February 1st during Spartan Time for a quick information session.

 

SENIORS:

Reminder – If you have not ordered your cap/gown and announcements please remember that you need to do so before February 1st in order to avoid a late fee. 

 

SPORTS:

Friday, January, 20

2:00 PM Girls Varsity Wrestling Away East Valley High School-Spokane Rumble at the River (Spokane Convention Center)  Departs: 11:00 AM

*4:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Home Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy Facility: PRJH Gym

*4:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Home Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy

*6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Home Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy

Friday, January, 20

*7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Home Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy

Saturday, January, 21

9:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Timberlake Dual Tournament Transport: WBCSD Departs: 7:00 AM

3:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Moscow High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 11:00 AM

Game @ middle school, Bear Den. Bus use East F street entrance.

3:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away Moscow High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 11:00 AM

Game @ high school on 3rd St

4:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Moscow High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 12:30 PM

Game @ middle school, Bear Den. Bus use east F street entrance

4:30 PM Boys C Basketball Away Moscow High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 12:30 AM

Game @ high school on 3rd St

6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Moscow High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 12:30 PM

Game @ middle school, Bear Den. Bus use East F street entrance.

Monday, January, 23

6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Wallace Jr Sr High School Departs: 3:00 PM

7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Wallace Jr Sr High School Departs: 3:00 PM

Friday, January, 27

3:00 PM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Coeur D' Alene High School North Idaho Rumble Transport: WBCSD Departs: 11:20 AM All wrestlers will be dismissed @ 11:00 for 1st lunch.

*4:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Home Bonners Ferry High School Facility: PRJH Gym

4:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Home Bonners Ferry High School

5:30 PM Boys C Basketball Home Bonners Ferry High School Facility: PRJH Gym

5:30 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Home Bonners Ferry High School Armed Forces Day

*7:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Home Bonners Ferry High School Armed Forces Day

Saturday, January, 28

9:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Coeur D' Alene High School North Idaho Rumble Transport: WBCSD Departs: 6:45 AM

Saturday, January, 28

*6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Kellogg High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 3:00 PM

*7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Kellogg High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 3:00 PM

 

 LUNCH:

Monday –  Cheeseburger

Tuesday – Chicken bowl

Wednesday – Ham/cheese sandwich

Thursday – Pepperoni ripper

 

Finals Schedule

 

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

7:50-8:20                     Period 1           (STUDY)        30 minutes      

8:25-9:55                     Period 2           (FINAL)          90 minutes

10:00-10:25                 Period 3           (STUDY)        25 minutes

10:30 – 12:00              Period 4           (FINAL)         90 minutes

12:00-12:40                 LUNCH – ALL                       40 minutes

12:45-1:10                   Period 5           (STUDY)        25 minutes

1:15-2:46                     Period 6           (FINAL)         91 minutes

 

Thursday, January 26, 2017

 

7:50-8:20                     Period 2           (STUDY)        30 minutes      

8:25-9:55                     Period 3           (FINAL)          90 minutes

10:00-10:25                 Period 4           (STUDY)        25 minutes

10:30 – 12:00              Period 5           (FINAL)         90 minutes

12:00-12:40                 LUNCH – ALL                       40 minutes

12:45-1:10                   Period 6           (STUDY)        25 minutes

1:15-2:46                     Period 1           (FINAL)         91 minutes

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Published: 1/23/17




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6th Graders have their annual cross country ski trip to Priest Lake on 1/25/17. Thank you Priest Lake Nordic Club Ski Program and Volunteers for making this possible.

End of Quarter is 1/26/17 with no school for students on Friday, 1/27/17.

Thank you Idaho Community Foundation and Idaho Commission on the Arts for supporting our students with the dance grant.

Please remember to dress warm and in layers. Always plan to have outside recess. Bring extra shoes so you don’t have to wear boots indoors all day and remember athletic shoes on PE days.

Keep reading 20 minutes a day to participate in the Reading Challenges and weekly rewards.

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Published: 1/23/17




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Two more weeks and we will be at the end of the semester.  Please remember that when we are looking at promoting students to the next grade, we are looking at semester grades.  It is very important that your child finish the semester strong.  As we come to the end of the semester, please also be aware that if your child fails a class, we will be asking you to come and meet with us so that we can get a plan in place for your child’s success.  We are also going to be contacting parents in order to set up meetings in regards to student attendance.  If your child has missed 8 or more days of school, please plan on coming in and meeting with us.  Have a fabulous week!

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Published: 1/17/17




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STUDENTS:

Mr. Workman’s fly tying class for the 21st CCLC will be starting next wed the 18th for any and all who are interested.

 

SENIORS:

Wednesday Spartan time on January 18, 2017: Students, we will be splitting you up for the next Wednesday Spartan time. Seniors are to stay in the lunchroom and all other students are to go to the gym. This is for this Wednesday only. Thank you, Mr. Kren

 

Reminder – If you have not ordered your cap/gown and announcements please remember that you need to do so before February 1st in order to avoid a late fee. 

 

SPORTS:

Saturday, January, 14

9:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Post Falls High School River City Duals Transport: WBCSD Departs: 7:00 AM

*6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Timberlake High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 4:15 PM

*7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Timberlake High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 4:15 PM

Tuesday, January, 17

4:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away Wallace Jr Sr High School Transport: Charter Bus Departs: 1:00 PM

5:00 PM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Lakeland High School PR and BF @ Lakeland Transport: WBCSD Departs: 3:00 PM

5:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Wallace Jr Sr High School Transport: Charter Bus Departs: 1:00 PM

7:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Wallace Jr Sr High School Transport: Charter Bus Departs: 1:00 PM

Thursday, January, 19

5:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Home Genesis Prep

7:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Home Genesis Prep

Friday, January, 20

2:00 PM Girls Varsity Wrestling Away East Valley High School-Spokane Rumble at the River (Spokane Convention Center)  Departs: 11:00 AM

*4:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Home Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy Facility: PRJH Gym

*4:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Home Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy

*6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Home Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy

Friday, January, 20

*7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Home Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy

Saturday, January, 21

9:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Timberlake Dual Tournament Transport: WBCSD Departs: 7:00 AM

3:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Moscow High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 11:00 AM

Game @ middle school, Bear Den. Bus use East F street entrance.

3:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away Moscow High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 11:00 AM

Game @ high school on 3rd St

4:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Moscow High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 12:30 PM

Game @ middle school, Bear Den. Bus use east F street entrance

4:30 PM Boys C Basketball Away Moscow High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 12:30 AM

Game @ high school on 3rd St

6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Moscow High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 12:30 PM

Game @ middle school, Bear Den. Bus use East F street entrance.

 

STAFF:

 

 

 LUNCH:

Tuesday –  Fish nuggets

Wednesday – Sloppy joe sandwich

Thursday – Chicken pan steak

Friday -  Pizza    

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Published: 1/13/17




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No School Monday, 1/16/17 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

MLK Assembly on Friday, 1/20/17 at 1:45 p.m. Family and friends are welcome to join us.

End of Quarter is 1/26/17 with no school for students on Friday, 1/27/17.

Thank you Idaho Community Foundation for supporting our students with the dance grant.

Please remember to dress warm and in layers. Always plan to have outside recess. Bring extra shoes so you don’t have to wear boots indoors all day and remember athletic shoes on PE days.

Keep Reading! Our weekly Reading Challenges continue. Keep reading 20 minutes a day to participate in the weekly reward.

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Published: 1/13/17




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STUDENTS:

WOW (War of the Waters) is Thursday, January 12 @ Timberlake. We must have 15% of our student body in attendance to get our points! Be there and bring a friend!!!

 

Battle Of The Buck is Saturday January 14 @ Timberlake. Purchase tickets in advance for $6 otherwise you will have to buy them at the door and Timberlake will get those proceeds! T-shirts and Crewneck Sweaters are for sale $12/shirt and $25/Crewneck or $30 for a t-shirt/crewneck bundle. Shirts and tickets on sale at lunch and every game until BOB.

 

Battle Of The Buck Dress Up Days

 

Wednesday: Ugly Sweater

Thursday: Multiple Twins

Friday: BOB Shirt or Orange and Black

 

SENIORS:

Reminder – If you have not ordered your cap/gown and announcements please remember that you need to do so before February 1st in order to avoid a late fee. 

 

SPORTS:

Tuesday, January, 10

5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away Bonners Ferry High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 3:15 PM

7:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Bonners Ferry High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 3:15 PM

Wednesday, January, 11

5:00 PM Boys C Basketball Away Timberlake High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 4:00 PM

6:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away Timberlake High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 4:00 PM

8:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Timberlake High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 4:00 PM

Thursday, January, 12

5:00 PM Coed Junior Varsity Wrestling Away Timberlake High School War of the Waters Transport: WBCSD Departs: 3:15 PM

6:00 PM Coed Varsity Wrestling Away Timberlake High School War of the Waters Transport: WBCSD Departs: 3:15 PM

Friday, January, 13

3:00 PM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Post Falls High School River City Duals Transport: WBCSD Departs: 11:30 AM

*5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Home Kellogg High School

*7:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Home Kellogg High School

Saturday, January, 14

9:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Post Falls High School River City Duals Transport: WBCSD Departs: 7:00 AM

*6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Timberlake High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 4:15 PM

*7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Timberlake High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 4:15 PM

 

 LUNCH:

Wednesday – Hot dog

Thursday – Grilled cheese

Friday -    Cheese ripper  

 

 

Battle of the Buck Assembly School Schedule

Friday, January 13, 2017

                                                                                                                

 

7:50    - 8:00                        Spartan Time

8:04    - 8:54                        First Period

8:58    - 9:48                        Second Period

9:52    - 10:42                        Third Period

10:46  - 11:36                        Fourth Period

11:36  - 12:16                      Lunch

12:20 - 1:10                        Fifth Period

1:14    - 2:04                          Sixth Period

2:04    - 2:45                          Battle of the Buck Assembly

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Published: 1/10/17




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We never know what the weather will be like, please remember to dress warm and in layers. Always plan to have outside recess. Bring extra shoes so they don’t have to wear their boots indoors all day and remember tennis shoes on PE days.

We continue to have Reading Challenges every week. Keep reading 20 minutes a day to participate in the weekly reward.

Thanks to everyone who helped with our Penny Drive. Our students raised $355 to be donated to the Newport Hospital Foundation Healthy Snack Bag Program.

PTO meets Tuesday, 1/10/17 at 2:45 in the Library.

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Published: 1/5/17




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STUDENTS:

Welcome back students!

 

Robotix club will be starting on Thursday afternoon with the CCLC.

 

SENIORS:

Reminder – If you have not ordered your cap/gown and announcements please remember that you need to do so before February 1st in order to avoid a late fee. 

 

SPORTS:

Tuesday, January, 03

*5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Home Timberlake High School

*7:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Home Timberlake High School

Friday, January, 06

4:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Home Lakeland High School Facility: PRJH Gym

4:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Home Lakeland High School

5:30 PM Boys C Basketball Home Lakeland High School Facility: PRJH Gym

5:30 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Home Lakeland High School

7:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Home Lakeland High School Half Time Little Cheerleaders

Saturday, January, 07

9:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Home CANCELLED - Priest River Tournament

9:30 AM Coed Varsity Wrestling Away Cheney High School Depart 6 am

*3:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy

*4:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy

*6:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy

*7:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy

 

 LUNCH:

Wednesday –  Burrito

Thursday -  Chicken pan steak

Friday -    Pizza

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Published: 1/3/17




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We wish all of our Families a very happy and safe holiday season. We encourage you to keep reading throughout your vacation.

 

No school December 19th through January 2nd. We will see everyone back next year on Tuesday, January 3rd. Enjoy your family time and be safe!

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Published: 12/15/16




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STUDENTS:

Dance forms are due to Laura in the office no later than noon on Wednesday, December 14th.  Please remember that the form must be signed by their parent and their school as well as your parent in order to be considered a complete form.  You must also have a copy of their photo identification. 

 

Mark your calendars!  December 15th is the Priest River Lamanna High School Christmas Fundraiser Concert, Dinner and Silent auction.  The evening begins at 6:00 p.m. Ticket pre-sales at PRLHS are $10 each or $20 for a family.  Tickets will be available at the door for $12 each or $25 for a family.

 

Tickets are on sale for Sadie Hawkins 2016: Yule Ball during 1st and 2nd lunch. Tickets are $25 for singles and $45 for couples. Prices go up at the door. December 17 @ the Beardmore Building Downtown. Keepsakes for the first 50 couples.

 

SENIORS:

SENIORS – Please meet with Mr. Kren Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 7:50 during Spartan time. You will need to check in with your Spartan Time teacher and then come to the gym. Look forward to seeing you there, Mr. Kren

 

Seniors – Order your graduation announcements, accessories, cap & gown unit at school on Thursday, December 15th during lunches in the Library Conference Room.  All product items will be on display on order date.  Please take your order packet home and complete the order form with your parents.  Please bring your completed student order form and payment with you on order date.  Full payment is requested, however, a $100 deposit is acceptable.  If you have questions, please ask on order date, contact your Grad Services NW representative, or visit our website at www.gradservicesnw.com.

 

SPORTS:

Saturday, December, 10

9:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Kellogg High SchoolGeorge Wild Transport: WBCSD Departs: 6:00 AM

1:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away Sandpoint High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 12:00 PM

3:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Sandpoint High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 12:00 PM

4:30 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Sandpoint High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 3:00 PM

6:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Sandpoint High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 3:00 PM

Friday, December, 16

10:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away OPEN DATETri - State @ NIC Transport: WBCSD Departs: 7:45 AM

Drop and Return

Saturday, December, 17

9:00 AM Boys Junior Varsity Wrestling Away Lakeland High School Lakeland JV Tournament Transport: WBCSD Departs: 7:00 AM

10:00 AM Boys C Basketball Home Newport High School Facility: PRJH Gym

10:00 AM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Home Newport High School

10:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away OPEN DATETri - State @ NIC Transport: WBCSD Departs: 7:45 AM

11:30 AM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Home Newport High School

1:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Home Newport High School

2:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Home Newport High School

 

LUNCH:

Monday – Chicken nuggets

Tuesday –  Ham dinner

Wednesday – Hot dog

Thursday – Grilled cheese/tomato soup

Friday -   Pizza

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Published: 12/12/16




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Thank you Soul Patrol and our community for providing gifts for several families from our school. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.

We had over 32 volunteer hours at school in November! Wow, thank you!

This is the final week of our penny drive. Bring in all those coins you have laying around and help us fill these jars. The PTO Penny Drive funds will go to Newport Hospital Foundation Healthy Snack Bag Program.  The class that raises the most money will get a field trip to Newport Hospital.

5th & 6th grade students will be attending the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Spokane on 12/13.

Our Holiday Program is Wednesday, Dec. 14th at 6 p.m. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m.

Progress Reports will be available 12/9/16.

December character focus is “Caring”. Showing a genuine concern for the welfare of others and being a kind, supportive helper.

It is getting colder. Please dress appropriately for outside recess.  If you need help with providing winter attire, please contact the office.

Keep reading! Our school wide goal is for every student to read 15-20 minutes daily. Remember to return your reading challenge forms each week.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

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Published: 12/12/16




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Some important dates that are coming up:

December 9:All Advanced Opportunities paperwork due to Ms. Bridges

December 14: PTO @ 3:00p.m.

December 14-15:  Basketball tryouts for all 7th and 8th graders, schedule to come

December 16:  Christmas Dance – cost will be $2 with ASB, $3 without ASB before the dance.  $4 at the door if tickets are not bought ahead of time.  All dances are PTO fundraisers.  The snack shack will also be open for student to purchase snacks.

December 19 – January 2:  Christmas Break

January 3:  Students back to school

 

Have a fabulous week!

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 12/7/16




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STUDENTS:

You are invited to participate in an Hour of Code and be part of the largest learning event in history.  The Hour of Code is a one hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics.  We’ll be coding with and without computers; learning about what’s inside a computer and how to tune them up when they start running slowly; and exploring college programs and careers in computer science.  Join us at Newport High School on Wednesday, December 7th from 6-7:30 p.m.

 

Mark your calendars!  December 15th is the Priest River Lamanna High School Christmas Fundraiser Concert, Dinner and Silent auction.  The evening begins at 6:00 p.m. Ticket pre-sales at PRLHS are $10 each or $20 for a family.  Tickets will be available at the door for $12 each or $25 for a family.

 

Tickets are on sale for Sadie Hawkins 2016: Yule Ball during 1st and 2nd lunch. Tickets are $25 for singles and $45 for couples. Prices go up at the door. December 17 @ the Beardmore Building Downtown. Keepsakes for the first 50 couples.

 

SENIORS:

Seniors – Order your graduation announcements, accessories, cap & gown unit at school on Thursday, December 15th during lunches in the Library Conference Room.  All product items will be on display on order date.  Please take your order packet home and complete the order form with your parents.  Please bring your completed student order form and payment with you on order date.  Full payment is requested, however, a $100 deposit is acceptable.  If you have questions, please ask on order date, contact your Grad Services NW representative, or visit our website at www.gradservicesnw.com.

 

SPORTS:

Saturday, December, 03

3:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Selkirk High School Departs: 12:30 PM

4:30 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Selkirk High School Departs: 12:30 PM

6:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Selkirk High School Departs: 12:30 PM

8:00 PM Wrestling away at Sandpoint departing at 6:30 a.m.

Tuesday, December, 06

4:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away Newport High School Departs: 2:30 PM

5:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Newport High School Departs: 2:30 PM

5:45 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Newport High School Departs: 2:30 PM

6:00 PM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Sandpoint High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 4:30 PM

6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Wrestling Away Sandpoint High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 4:30 PM

7:00 PM Boys C Basketball Away Newport High School@ Newport Middle School  WBCSD Departs: 4:45 PM

7:15 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Newport High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 4:45 PM

Friday, December, 09

3:00 PM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Kellogg High School Kellogg Tournament Duals Departs: 11:45 AM

Saturday, December, 10

9:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling Away Kellogg High SchoolGeorge Wild Transport: WBCSD Departs: 6:00 AM

1:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away Sandpoint High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 12:00 PM

3:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Away Sandpoint High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 12:00 PM

4:30 PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Sandpoint High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 3:00 PM

6:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away Sandpoint High School Transport: WBCSD Departs: 3:00 PM

 

LUNCH:

Monday – Chicken Sandwich

Tuesday – Spaghetti/garlic bread

Wednesday – Bean & cheese burrito

Thursday – Corn dog

Friday -  WG Pepperoni Ripper

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December character focus is “Caring”. Showing a genuine concern for the welfare of others and being a kind, supportive helper.

Thank you to the many organizations for contributing warm winter clothing to our students. This week we were able to provide winter boots, coats, snow pants, hats and gloves to several students. Thank you Genevieve Hurd and Heidi Jahnsen for all the boots from your “Fit the Feet” program. Thank you Soul Patrol for the snow pants, gloves and gifts you have provided. Thank you Fertile Valley Grange for winter coats and serval community members who have donated warm knit hats for our students.

The PTO Penny Drive is off to a great start. The classroom jars are filling up!  All funds raised will be donated to the Newport Hospital Foundation Healthy Snack Bag Program.  The class that raises the most money will get a field trip to Newport Hospital.

The Holiday Program is coming up on Wed., Dec. 14th at 6 p.m.

Progress Reports will be available 12/9/16.

It is getting colder. Please dress appropriately for outside recess.  If you need help with providing winter attire, please contact the office.

Keep reading! Our school wide goal is for every student to read 15-20 minutes daily. Remember to return your reading challenge forms each week.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

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STUDENTS:

You are invited to participate in an Hour of Code and be part of the largest learning event in history.  The Hour of Code is a one hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics.  We’ll be coding with and without computers; learning about what’s inside a computer and how to tune them up when they start running slowly; and exploring college programs and careers in computer science.  Join us at Newport High School on Wednesday, December 7th from 6-7:30 p.m.

 

Mark your calendars!  December 15th is the Priest River Lamanna High School Christmas Fundraiser Concert, Dinner and Silent auction.  The evening begins at 6:00 p.m. Ticket pre-sales at PRLHS are $10 each or $20 for a family.  Tickets will be available at the door for $12 each or $25 for a family.

 

If you are interested in the CCLC afterschool program please see Mrs. Coldwell.  There are many opportunities available.  If transportation is an issue please let her know as transportation can be provided.  A bus to Priest Lake is available!  Please see Mrs. Coldwell today. 

 

Tickets are on sale for Sadie Hawkins 2016: Yule Ball during 1st and 2nd lunch. Tickets are $25 for singles and $45 for couples. Prices go up at the door. December 17 @ the Beardmore Building Downtown. Keepsakes for the first 50 couples.

 

SENIORS:

Seniors – Order your graduation announcements, accessories, cap & gown unit at school on Thursday, December 15th during lunches in the Library Conference Room.  All product items will be on display on order date.  Please take your order packet home and complete the order form with your parents.  Please bring your completed student order form and payment with you on order date.  Full payment is requested, however, a $100 deposit is acceptable.  If you have questions, please ask on order date, contact your Grad Services NW representative, or visit our website at www.gradservicesnw.com.

LUNCH:

Monday – Chili Crispitos

Tuesday – Chicken Alfredo

Wednesday – Ham & cheese sandwich

Thursday – Chili pie

Friday -  Pizza

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Thank you PTO for a wonderful “Finding Dory” Movie Night!

Idaho Hill Students will be attending a special performance of Anne Jr. at PRJH on 12/1.

PTO is sponsoring a Penny Drive to support Newport Hospital Foundation Healthy Snack Bag Program. All funds raised will be donated to the foundation. The class that raises the most money will get a field trip to Newport Hospital.

It is getting colder. Please dress appropriately for outside recess.  If you need help with providing winter attire, please contact the office.

Keep reading! Our school wide goal is for every student to read 15-20 minutes daily. Remember to return your reading challenge forms each week.

November character focus is “Citizenship”.  Positively contributing to society and community as well as dutifully respecting authority and the law.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

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Parent/Teacher Conferences are November 21st & 22nd. Report Cards will be handed out during conferences.

1st Quarter Awards Assembly on Monday, 11/28 at 8 a.m. Family and friends are welcome to join us.

It is getting colder. Please dress appropriately for outside recess.  If you need help with providing winter attire, please contact the office.

Keep reading! Our school wide goal is for every student to read 15-20 minutes daily. Remember to return your reading challenge forms each week.

November character focus is “Citizenship”.  Positively contributing to society and community as well as dutifully respecting authority and the law.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

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Please join us for parent teacher conferences on November 21-22.  The Junior High will have the following schedule:

 

Parent Teacher Conferences:

When:  November 21-22

Time:  8:00a.m. – 12:15p.m. Teachers available in their classrooms

1:00p.m. – 3:30p.m. Teachers available in their classrooms

4:30p.m. – 7:00p.m. Teachers available in the gym

Note:  Conferences will conclude at 7:00p.m., so please allow enough time to meet with all teachers.

 

We look forward to seeing you all there!

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STUDENTS:

Free Family Movie Night at Idaho Hill Elementary School on Friday, November 18th at 5:30 p.m.  The movie and a small popcorn is free of charge and other concessions will be available for .25 to $1.00.  Doors open at 5:30 and the movie begins at 6:00 p.m.

 

Parent Teacher Conferences will be November 21st and 22nd.  There will be no school for students November 21- November 25th for Thanksgiving vacation.

 

Do you want a place to get assignments caught up? Take a look at the afterschool white board to find out where you can go to do homework before or after school. This year students who have parents’ permission can leave the afterschool program at 3:45PM and do not have to stay until 5PM. The afterschool program is more relaxed this year so why not give it a try if you need a place to do homework once in a while.

 

SENIORS:

There will be a meeting in the gym Friday morning, November 18 during Spartan time for seniors to turn in their fund raiser forms. There are extras in the front office if you need one.

 

SPORTS:

Anyone who is planning on participating in winter sports who hasn’t turned in a sports packet will need to do so prior to the first practice. Reminder juniors and freshmen need physicals. First practice for boys’ basketball November 11th.  First practice for wrestlers November 14th.

 

STAFF:

 

LUNCH:

Monday –  Hamburger

Tuesday – Fishwich

Wednesday - Uncrustable
Thursday – Turkey bowl
Friday -  Pizza

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Thank you Joe English and Terri English for posting the colors at our Veterans’ Day Assembly. We appreciate your support.

Last month Idaho Hill Elementary had 44 volunteer service hours. Thank you to all the parents and community members who give of their time to support our school.

Family Read Week and activities include; Mystery Readers all week long,  Monday – free book, Tuesday – Breakfast, Books & Buddies, Thursday – Super Hero Dress Up day, Friday – Reading challenge activity & free book at Movie Night.

Friday, 11/18 – Family Movie Night…Finding Dory. Doors open at 5:30, movie at 6 p.m. Remember this is a family event. Students must be accompanied by an adult.

Parent/Teacher Conferences are November 21st & 22nd. Confirmation date/time forms are being sent home. Report Cards will be handed out during conferences.

Keep reading! Our school wide goal is for every student to read 15-20 minutes daily. Remember to return your reading challenge forms each week.

November character focus is “Citizenship”.  Positively contributing to society and community as well as dutifully respecting authority and the law.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

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VETERAN’S DAY ASSEMBLY will be Thursday, November 10th

 

Veteran's

Assembly  

Spartan Time

7:50-8:00

Period 1

8:04-8:54

Period 2

8:58-9:48

Period 3

9:52-:10:42

Assembly

10:47-11:24

Lunch

11:24-12:04

Period 4

12:08-12:58

Period 5

1:02-1:52

Period 6

1:56-2:46

 

There will be a Driver’s Ed parent meeting on Wednesday, November 9th at 7 pm Room 330.  If you need information please call Mr. Johnson at 208-755-0438.

 

There will be no school on November 11th in observance of Veteran’s Day. 

 

Parent Teacher Conferences will be November 21st and 22nd.  There will be no school for students November 21- November 25th for Thanksgiving vacation.

 

Yoga, Hip-hop Dance lessons, Cooking Classes, FAFSA and Scholarship help are the newest additions to the afterschool program. Every student is invited to give any of these a try. Come one time to a class you want to investigate and if you don’t like it you don’t have to come back. We only have a few seats available for Guitar and Anime’. Once they fill up these classes will close until there is a vacancy.

 

Women’s self-defense class run by local certified Karate teacher, Erin Mix, November 9th.  This is limited to the first 10 girls who sign up. See the 21st Program Administrator for more information. $15.00 scholarships available to pay your registration fee.

 

Do you want a place to get assignments caught up? Take a look at the afterschool white board to find out where you can go to do homework before or after school. This year students who have parents’ permission can leave the afterschool program at 3:45PM and do not have to stay until 5PM. The afterschool program is more relaxed this year so why not give it a try if you need a place to do homework once in a while.

 

SENIORS:

 

SPORTS:

Anyone who is planning on participating in winter sports who hasn’t turned in a sports packet will need to do so prior to the first practice. Reminder juniors and freshmen need physicals. First practice for boys’ basketball November 11th.  First practice for wrestlers November 14th.

 

STAFF:

 

LUNCH:

If you had free or reduced lunch and you haven’t turned in a new form this year, you need to do so.  Your status changed as of October 20, 2016.  Thank you – Kitchen Staff

 

Monday – Chicken nuggets

Tuesday – BBQ Pork sandwich

Wednesday – Hot dog

Thursday Ham & cheese ripper

Friday – No School

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Idaho Hill’s Veterans’ Day Assembly will be November 9th at 1:30 p.m. Family and friends are welcome to join us as we honor our Veterans.

No School Friday, November 11th in honor of Veterans’ Day.

Our Volunteer of the Month is Terri Ivie! Thank you Terri for your continued support of our school and for picking up and delivering our snack bags every week. We appreciate all you do for Idaho Hill.

Thank you Newport Hospital and Health Services Foundation for providing our Healthy Kids Snack Bags again this year!

Parent/Teacher Conferences are November 21st & 22nd. Please return Conference schedule form by Thursday, 11/3/16.

November character focus is “Citizenship”.  Positively contributing to society and community as well as dutifully respecting authority and the law.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

Keep reading! Our school wide goal is for every student to read 15-20 minutes daily.

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Thursday, November 3rd is the last day of the first quarter. Students will not have school on Friday, November 4th, as teachers will be finalizing grades for report cards.  The Junior High will be sending home report cards with students on Thursday, November 10th.  If your child has a failing grade, plan on being contacted to set up a meeting time to come in and meet with Ms. Johnson, Ms. Bridges, and your child’s teachers on Friday, November 4th

 

PRJH will be celebrating Veterans Day by holding an assembly on November 10th at 8:00 a.m. in the auditorium.  Please come and join us to honor our Veterans, and please invite any Veteran that you may know to join us as well.

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STUDENTS:

There will be no school Friday, November 4th for a teacher work day. 

 

There will be no school on November 11th in observance of Veteran’s Day. 

 

Parent Teacher Conferences will be November 21st and 22nd.  There will be no school for students November 21- November 25th for Thanksgiving vacation.

 

Reminder: Today is the last day to buy your yearbook at the price of $50. Starting tomorrow the price will go up to $55. Buy your yearbooks while you can and while there are still yearbooks left. They are going fast!

 

Yoga, Hip-hop Dance lessons, Cooking Classes, FAFSA and Scholarship help are the newest additions to the afterschool program. Every student is invited to give any of these a try. Come one time to a class you want to investigate and if you don’t like it you don’t have to come back. We only have a few seats available for Guitar and Anime’. Once they fill up these classes will close until there is a vacancy.

 

Women’s self-defense class run by local certified Karate teacher, Erin Mix, time only, November 9th.  This is limited to the first 10 girls who sign up. See the 21st Program Administrator for more information. $15.00 scholarships available to pay your registration fee.

 

Do you want a place to get assignments caught up? Take a look at the afterschool white board to find out where you can go to do homework before or after school. This year students who have parents’ permission can leave the afterschool program at 3:45PM and do not have to stay until 5PM. The afterschool program is more relaxed this year so why not give it a try if you need a place to do homework once in a while.

 

SENIORS:

SENIORS:  Idaho College Application Week is Oct 31st to November 4th.  Please contact Sarah Estes, our counselor, or Christy Huling, our GEAR UP Coordinator. 

 

SPORTS:

Saturday, October, 29

10:00 AM Coed Varsity Cross Country Away OPEN DATE State @ Pocatello Depart @ 7:45 AM 10/27

12:00 PM Boys Varsity Football Home Weiser High School 1st Round of State play offs

 

STAFF:

 

LUNCH:

Monday – Chili crispito

Tuesday – Chicken sandwich

Wednesday – Bean & cheese burrito

Thursday - Pizza

Friday – No School  

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No School for students on Friday, November 4th. It is a Teacher Work Day.

End of first quarter is November 4th.

Parent/Teacher Conferences are November 21st & 22nd. Please return Conference schedule form by Thursday, 11/3/16.

Idaho Hill’s Veterans’ Day Assembly will be November 9th at 1:30 p.m. Family and friends are welcome to join us as we honor our Veterans.

Idaho Hill Costume Parade will be in the gym on Friday, October 28th at 1:20 p.m.

November character focus is “Citizenship”.  Positively contributing to society and community as well as dutifully respecting authority and the law.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

Keep reading! Our school wide goal is for every student to read 15-20 minutes daily.

Remember to dress in layers. It’s cold in the mornings and unless it’s raining hard, students will be outside for recess.

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Wednesday, Oct. 19th Art Smart is coming

Friday, Oct. 21st 4th/5th/6th grade is going to the public library

Wednesday 26th Art Smart is coming back

Monday 31st Community Halloween Party

Friday, Nov. 4th –No School

Tuesday, Nov. 8th—Voting Day and Bake Sale

Thursday, Nov. 10th –Veteran’s Day Assembly @ Noon @ PLE

Friday, Nov. 11th—Veteran’s Day--No School

 

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3rd:  End of 1st Quarter 

4th:  Staff Work Day – No School   8th:  Wrestling @ Sandpoint 4:00p.m.

10th:  Picture Retakes 

10th:  Veterans Day Assembly 8:00a.m. – PRJH Auditorium – All Welcome

11th:  Veterans Day – No School  16th:  PTO 3:00p.m. 

17th:  Wrestling @ Bonners 4:00p.m.

21st – 22nd:  Parent Teacher Conferences 7:30a.m. – 7:00p.m.  23rd – 25th:  Thanksgiving Break – No School 

29th:  Wrestling @ Home 4:00p.m.

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The end of the first quarter is just around the corner.  November 3rd will be the end of the first quarter, and students will have no school on November 4th due to a teacher work day.  As we move towards the end of the quarter, we will be monitoring grades very closely.  If your child is failing any classes, you should be hearing from Ms. Johnson to set up a conference to discuss what we can do to help them be more successful.  On another note, if you have any gently used coats or blankets that you are not using, please consider donating them to our coat/blanket drive.  The coats and blankets collected will be handed out during parent teacher conferences to those in need.  Thank you for all of your continued support of your child!

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STUDENTS:

Reminder: You have until October 31st to buy your yearbook at the price of $50. After the 31st, the price will go up to $55. Buy your yearbooks while you can and while there are still yearbooks left. They are going fast!

 

Yoga, Hip-hop Dance lessons, Cooking Classes, FAFSA and Scholarship help are the newest additions to the afterschool program. Every student is invited to give any of these a try. Come one time to a class you want to investigate and if you don’t like it you don’t have to come back. We only have a few seats available for Guitar and Anime’. Once they fill up these classes will close until there is a vacancy.

 

Women’s self-defense class run by local certified Karate teacher, Erin Mix, time only, November 9th.  This is limited to the first 10 girls who sign up. See the 21st Program Administrator for more information. $15.00 scholarships available to pay your registration fee.

 

Do you want a place to get assignments caught up? Take a look at the afterschool white board to find out where you can go to do homework before or after school. This year students who have parents’ permission can leave the afterschool program at 3:45PM and do not have to stay until 5PM. The afterschool program is more relaxed this year so why not give it a try if you need a place to do homework once in a while.

 

SENIORS:

SENIORS:  Idaho College Application Week is Oct 31st to November 4th.  Please contact Sarah Estes, our counselor, or Christy Huling, our GEAR UP Coordinator. 

 

SPORTS:

JV Football players need to attend football practice this week. 

 

Saturday, October, 29

10:00 AM Coed Varsity Cross Country Away OPEN DATE State @ Pocatello Depart @ 7:45 AM 10/27

12:00 PM Boys Varsity Football Home Weiser High School 1st Round of State play offs

 

STAFF:

There will be a PTO meeting Wednesday the 26th at 6:00 p.m. in the Teacher’s Lounge. 

 

LUNCH:

Thursday – Chili/cinnamon roll

Friday – Breadstick/sauce

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Red Ribbon Week dress up days:

Monday, 10/24 - Backwards shirt day

Tuesday, 10/25 - Crazy hat/hair day

Wednesday, 10/26 - Pajama day

Thursday, 10/27 - Bulldog t-shirt day  

Friday, 10/28 will be our Halloween parties and dress up day in the afternoon.

 

Idaho Hill McTeacher Night is Wednesday, 10/26 from 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the Newport McDonalds.

Site Council Meeting on Thursday, 10/27 at 7:15 a.m. in the Library.

Idaho Hill Costume Parade will be in the gym on Friday, October 28th at 1:20 p.m.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

October character focus is “RESPONSIBILITY”.  Always following through and completing tasks.

Keep reading! Our school wide goal is for every student to read 15-20 minutes daily.

Remember to dress in layers. It’s cold in the mornings and unless it’s raining hard, students will be outside for recess.

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STUDENTS:

Women’s self-defense class run by local certified Karate teacher, Erin Mix, time only, November 9th.  This is limited to the first 10 girls who sign up. See the 21st Program Administrator for more information. $15.00 scholarships available to pay your registration fee.

 

Free Yoga lessons.  Wednesdays at 3:45 until 5PM.  Mats, blocks, straps and blankets are provided. Bring a friend and give it a try. See Betty Gardner for information. 

 

Do you want a place to get assignments caught up? Take a look at the afterschool white board to find out where you can go to do homework before or after school. This year students who have parents’ permission can leave the afterschool program at 3:45PM and do not have to stay until 5PM. The afterschool program is more relaxed this year so why not give it a try if you need a place to do homework once in a while.

 

SENIORS:

SENIORS:  Idaho College Application Week is Oct 31st to November 4th.  Please contact Sarah Estes, our counselor, or Christy Huling, our GEAR UP Coordinator. 

 

SPORTS:

Tuesday, October, 18

5:30 PM Girls Varsity Volleyball Away 3A District 1 Championship @ T-Lake Departs: 4:00 PM Priest River vs Bonners

Thursday, October, 20

TBA Girls Varsity Volleyball Away OPEN DATE 3A District 1 Championship @ TLake Game 5:30 or 7:00

1:30 PM Coed Varsity Cross Country Home 3 A District 1 Championships @ Priest River

6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Home Bonners Ferry High School

Friday, October, 21

TBA Girls Varsity Volleyball Away OPEN DATE 3A District 1 Championship @TBA Game @ 6:00

*7:00 PM Boys Varsity Football Away Bonners Ferry High School Departs: 4:00 PM

 

LUNCH:

Tuesday – Fish nuggets

Wednesday – Sloppy joe sandwich

Thursday – Chicken bowl

Friday – Pizza

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6th Grade raffle tickets for a Halloween Candy bouquet on sale now for .25 cents.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

October character focus is “RESPONSIBILITY”.  Always following through and completing tasks.

Keep reading! Our school wide goal is for every student to read 15-20 minutes daily.

Remember to dress in layers. It’s cold in the mornings and unless it’s raining hard, students will be outside for recess.

School Pictures on Tuesday,10/18/16.

After School Art on Thursday, 10/20/16.

Red Ribbon Week is coming up on 10/24/16 through - 10/28/16.

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Welcome fall!  Please make sure that if you are dropping your child off at the junior high before 7:30a.m., they are dressed for the weather as the building is locked.  If a teacher is available, they will let them in the building, but students cannot be unsupervised.  As we continue to move farther into the 2016-2017 school year, we are continuing to look at student data, and make adjustments to their learning as needed.  There are 7th and 8th grade students that have been identified as needing extra help in reading text for information.  These students will be attending “Reading Recovery” twice a week during their advisory time.  During that time they will be working through an online program called PLATO.  Based on how they did on a reading assessment through the program, they have been assigned different “prescriptions” that will help build their reading skills.  On another note, our band and choir will be having their first performance of the year.  Please come out and help support them this Thursday at 7:00p.m. in the junior high auditorium. 

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Here we are in the middle of October.  Students are in the full swing of things here at the Junior High.  I am very closely monitoring students with failing grades.  For those that have one or more F, they will be having a working lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays to help them raise their grades.  We have very high expectations for all students at PRJH, and are here to help support them in their learning.  During the rest of the month of October, and into part of November, we will be collecting gently used coats.  The coats will then be distributed to children in need during parent teacher conferences.  If you have a coat that you would like to donate, please have your child bring it in to the office.  We are in desperate need of volunteers to join us for PTO (Parent Teacher Organization).  We understand people being very busy, but would love to have you as part of our PTO, in any way that you can be involved. Thank you for your continued support of PRJH!

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Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

October character focus is “RESPONSIBILITY”.  Always following through and completing tasks.

Progress Reports have been sent home. Please contact your child’s teacher with any questions.

Keep reading! Our school wide goal is for every student to read 15-20 minutes daily.

Thanks to our Student Sponsorship for providing Bulldog T-shirts for all of our students.

Thank you Mr. Gamber & Kaleidoscope for providing art lessons for all of our students.

PTO meeting Tuesday, 10/11/16 at 2:30 p.m.

Remember to dress in layers. It’s cold in the mornings and unless it’s raining hard, students will be outside for recess.

School Pictures on 10/18/16.

After School Art on 10/20/16.

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October character focus is “RESPONSIBILITY”.  Always following through and completing tasks.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

Literacy Night for all K-3rd grade students and parents at Idaho Hill from 6p.m. – 7 p.m. There will be a light dinner available, helpful tips for parents and all students will receive a free book.

No school for students on Friday, 10/7/16.

Next PTO meeting will be Tuesday, 10/11/16 at 2:30 p.m.

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Homecoming week dress up days:

Monday – Spartan Pride – Orange/Black

Tuesday – Nerdy Tourist Day

Wednesday – Camo/Hick Day

Thursday – Superhero

Friday- Spartan Pride – Orange/Black (Homecoming Football Game Day)

Homecoming is upon us PRLHS! This Sunday, the 2nd, is hall decoration from 1pm to 5pm. Monday’s dress-up day is Spartan Pride. This year our assembly and parade are on Monday. Be ready to show your Spartan Pride and represent yourself and our school well.

Continue showing your pride for class and school Monday night at our Annual PowderPuff Game. Starts @ 6pm admission is $2 at the gate.

Please guest forms for the homecoming dance no later than Wednesday! You can pick them up in the office.

Monday - Join us tonight for the Annual PowderPuff Tournament beginning at 6pm, $2 admission at the gate.

Wednesday - Join us tonight for our annual Manly Man Tournament. Games begin @ 6pm, $2 admission at the door.

There is no school for students on Friday, but please join us for our Homecoming Game beginning at 7pm. The annual Homecoming Dance will be immediately following the game until 11pm, $5 at the door.

 

The transportation department is short staffed and they are making every effort to return phone calls at their earliest convenience.  They have asked for our patience during this process. 

 

Do you want a place to get assignments caught up? Take a look at the afterschool white board to find out where you can go to do homework before or after school. This year students who have parents’ permission can leave the afterschool program at 3:45PM and do not have to stay until 5PM. The afterschool program is more relaxed this year so why not give it a try if you need a place to do homework once in a while.

 

All juniors will be taking the ASVAB test on October 5th during periods 1, 2 and 3. Please look for room assignments on Monday, October 3rd.

 

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors…… If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please pick up a ring catalog in the office.  A $100 deposit is required to place an order.  The catalog contains everything you need to place your order, including full color illustrations of ring designs, options, pricing and an order form.  If you have questions, please contact your ring representative at Graduate Services NW, or visit their website at: info@gradservicesnw.com.

 

SENIORS:

SENIORS:  Get your FSA ID at FDA.ed.gov before September 30.  See Christy Huling for more information!

 

SPORTS:

Saturday, October, 01

2:00 PM Boys Varsity Soccer Home Dayton High School

Tuesday, October, 04

*5:00 PM Girls Varsity Soccer Home Bonners Ferry High School SR Night

7:00 PM Boys Varsity Soccer Home Bonners Ferry High School

Thursday, October, 06

4:00 PM Boys Varsity Soccer Home St George's School SR Night

*4:00 PM Girls Varsity Soccer Away Kellogg High School Departs: 3:00 PM

*5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball Away Timberlake High School Departs: 3:15 PM

6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Away Kellogg High School Departs: 3:00 PM

*7:00 PM Girls Varsity Volleyball Away Timberlake High School Departs: 3:15 PM

Friday, October, 07

*7:00 PM Boys Varsity Football Home Kellogg High School Homecoming

Saturday, October, 08

TBA Boys Varsity Soccer Away OPEN DATE IML Districts @ Lakeland Games will be @ 12 or 2

TBA Girls Varsity Soccer Away OPEN DATE IML Districts @ Lakeland Game will be @ 12 or 2

10:00 AM Coed Varsity Cross Country Away Sandpoint Invite Departs: 8:00 AM

 

LUNCH:

Monday – Corn dog/roll

Tuesday – Chicken sandwich

Wednesday – Uncrustable

Thursday – Bean & cheese burrito

 

IDAHO JUNIORS MAY APPLY FOR AEROSPACE PROGRAM THROUGH THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION – Idaho high school juniors will have the opportunity to take a special STEM class that could result in their having an opportunity to visit the NASA Ames Research Center in Sunnyvale, Calif., next summer and meet top NASA scientists and engineers.  Registration will be open from September 2 through November 18, 2016, for the Idaho Science and Aerospace Scholars program, a cooperative program of the Idaho State Department of Education and NASA. Once accepted into the program, students will sign up for the special on-line course, which is provided through the Idaho Digital Learning Academy (available at all schools), by going to their IDLA school site coordinator.  The course will be offered from January through May and students will receive one science elective credit for completing the class.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 10/3/16




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Wednesday September 28th we had our parent night. This was a great night to see so many parents and student come into the school to meet the teachers and staff. The PTO supplied a free meal for those who came to the school that night. This was a great opportunity to have parents and teachers meeting and talking about our students.

 

Last week we also welcomed the Pacific science center to our school for a day of math blast activities throughout the school. This was made possible by the Priest River Community foundation. We owe a big thank you for bringing this event to our school. The student had a great time.

 

This coming week we will be having progress reports going home to let parents know how things are going. We also do not have school on October 7th.  Teachers will be in training that day.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/29/16




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Priest Lake Elementary is busy learning and having fun with exciting activities and events.  For more information please see our student-created monthly newsletter. Visit ple.sd83.org 

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/29/16




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Here we are in the fourth week of school already!  Students have been hard at work in all of their classes.  Teachers have also been hard at work gathering data to make sure that students have been placed in the correct classes, and to be able to know if students are growing academically throughout the year.  There have been a few students that were placed in the wrong math class.  If your child was one of those students, then you will be receiving a letter in the mail, and their class will be changed to the correct one.  Throughout the entire month of September, we have been focusing on the topic of bullying.  Students have learned what it means to be a bully, who can be a bully, and most importantly, how to stand up against bullying.  We were able to have an excellent presenter come to the junior high last Friday to do a presentation called 4word Momentum.  Ask your child about what they learned during the day on Friday, and how that can help stop bullying.  I want to thank each and every one of you for your continued support of your student, and of our school!

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/27/16




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STUDENTS:

Students:  Please be advised that you may NOT take lunch trays outside.  Trays are being left outside and found in the garbage cans.  All lunchroom trays must stay in the lunchroom.  Thank you.

 

The afterschool program begins today. If you are new to it please show up to the cafeteria at 2:45 for a free snack.   We have 41 different activities for students this week. Today we have 4 home work labs from 3PM until 3:40 then at 3:45 we have Creative Writing, Tactical Arts, YO YO lessons, Art classes, Extended Homework lab and Guitar Lessons.

 

Are you interested in Anime’?  The 21st Century afterschool program has an Anime’ Activity on Thursdays. Yes, we will take kids to Lilac City Comicon in May. If you attend 3 times you will get a sketch book and artists pencils of your own to keep.

 

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors…… If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please pick up a ring catalog in the office.  A $100 deposit is required to place an order.  The catalog contains everything you need to place your order, including full color illustrations of ring designs, options, pricing and an order form.  If you have questions, please contact your ring representative at Graduate Services NW, or visit their website at: info@gradservicesnw.com.

 

Auditions for the play Annie Jr. will be held at the Priest River Junior High Auditorium on September 28 & 29, 2016 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Students:  If you drive an automobile to school you must purchase a parking pass from the office.  The cost of the permit is $2.  You will need to fill out an application for parking and your parent needs to sign it.  If you purchased a parking permit last year it is still valid for this year.  Please pick up your parking application from the main office and take care of this by the end of next week. 

 

SENIORS:

SENIORS:  Get your FSA ID at FDA.ed.gov before September 30.  See Christy Huling for more information!

 

Senior picture deadline is October 1st

 

SPORTS:

 

LUNCH:

Monday – Cheeseburger    

Tuesday – Chicken Alfredo

Wednesday – Ham & cheese sandwich

Thursday – Beef Taco

Friday – Cheese breadsticks

 

 

IDAHO JUNIORS MAY APPLY FOR AEROSPACE PROGRAM THROUGH THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION – Idaho high school juniors will have the opportunity to take a special STEM class that could result in their having an opportunity to visit the NASA Ames Research Center in Sunnyvale, Calif., next summer and meet top NASA scientists and engineers.  Registration will be open from September 2 through November 18, 2016, for the Idaho Science and Aerospace Scholars program, a cooperative program of the Idaho State Department of Education and NASA. Once accepted into the program, students will sign up for the special on-line course, which is provided through the Idaho Digital Learning Academy (available at all schools), by going to their IDLA school site coordinator.  The course will be offered from January through May and students will receive one science elective credit for completing the class

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/26/16




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The Pacific Science Center will be presenting “Math Blast”on Sept. 27.! This amazing program has been made possible by the generosity of The Priest River Community Foundation.

Idaho Hill Site Council meets this Thursday, 9/29/16 at 7:15 a.m. in the Library.

Progress Reports will be going home Friday, 9/30/16.

Thank you  to our Child Sponsorship donors for providing Bulldog t-shirts for all of our Idaho Hill students.

September character focus is “RESPECT”. Recognizing, considering and properly honoring the worth of one’s self and others.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/26/16




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September 22nd our 5th & 6th graders will participate in “Connecting the Dots” at PRJH. Details will be sent home next week.

September 27th the Pacific Science Center will be presenting “Math Blast”! This amazing program has been made possible by the generosity of The Priest River Community Foundation.

Bulldog T-shirts will be available soon for all Idaho Hill students. Thank you  to our Child Sponsorship donors for making this possible.

September character focus “RESPECT”. Recognizing, considering and properly honoring the worth of one’s self and others.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/19/16




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 IDAHO JUNIORS MAY APPLY FOR AEROSPACE PROGRAM THROUGH THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION – Idaho high school juniors will have the opportunity to take a special STEM class that could result in their having an opportunity to visit the NASA Ames Research Center in Sunnyvale, Calif., next summer and meet top NASA scientists and engineers.  Registration will be open from September 2 through November 18, 2016, for the Idaho Science and Aerospace Scholars program, a cooperative program of the Idaho State Department of Education and NASA. Once accepted into the program, students will sign up for the special on-line course, which is provided through the Idaho Digital Learning Academy (available at all schools), by going to their IDLA school site coordinator.  The course will be offered from January through May and students will receive one science elective credit for completing the class.

 

Students: as a reminder the only door that is to be used as an entrance or exit during the school day is by the front office. Thank you, Mr. Kren

 

The 21st century Community Learning Center after-school program will kick off the 4th week in September more information will be given out in Spartan time over the next few weeks.

 

Students:  If you drive an automobile to school you must purchase a parking pass from the office.  The cost of the permit is $2.  You will need to fill out an application for parking and your parent needs to sign it.  If you purchased a parking permit last year it is still valid for this year.  Please pick up your parking application from the main office and take care of this by the end of next week. 

 

We have a new band instructor.  Students interested in Pep Band should sign up in the Main Office.  There is still room in concert/marching band as well.    

 

SENIORS:

Senior picture deadline is October 1st

 

SPORTS:

Saturday, September, 17

10:00 AM Coed Varsity Cross Country Away Coeur d'Alene Invitational Departs: 8:00 AM

*1:00 PM Boys Varsity Soccer Home Grangeville High School

4:00 PM Girls Varsity Soccer Home Davenport Senior High School

5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball Away St. Maries High School Departs: 2:00 PM

7:00 PM Girls Varsity Volleyball Away St. Maries High School Departs: 2:00 PM

Tuesday, September, 20

5:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Home Troy High School

*5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball Home Timberlake High School

6:00 PM Boys Varsity Soccer Away Northwest Christian School-Colbert Departs: 4:00 PM

*7:00 PM Girls Varsity Volleyball Home Timberlake High School

Wednesday, September, 21

4:00 PM Girls Varsity Soccer Home St George's School

Thursday, September, 22

*TBA Girls Varsity Volleyball Away Kellogg High School

*TBA Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball Away Kellogg High School

Saturday, September, 24

TBA Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball Away Kellogg High SchoolSubvarsity Tournament

10:00 AM Coed Varsity Cross Country Away 49 Degrees North Invite Departs: 8:00 AM

*11:00 AM Girls Varsity Soccer Away Bonners Ferry High School Departs: 8:30 AM

 

LUNCH:

Monday: Breakfast sandwich

Tuesday: Fish Nuggets

Wednesday: Sloppy joe sandwich

Thursday: Chicken fried steak

Friday:  Pizza   

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/19/16




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We had a wonderful start to the new school year!  This is a great group of students, and we are all excited to see where the year takes us.  As we move into the second and third weeks of school, please remind your child to get all of their beginning of the year paperwork turned in, and that we will begin doing grade checks.  Parents of any student that has a failing grade in any class will be notified.  This notification normally goes out by email, so please be sure that your email is up-to-date. This will happen every 2-3 weeks, with the purpose being to keep parents informed of student progress.  Please remember that you can also check your child's grades through Skyward.  You will be getting a username and password home this week, and there are directions on how to use Skyward in the student handbook that came home on the first day of school.  Thank you for your continued support, and please let me know if you have any questions, or if I can be of help in any way.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/13/16




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STUDENTS:

WHAT A GREAT START!!!! Thank you students and staff for such a great start to the school year.  We appreciate you all. 

 

IMPORTANT:  Please turn in your emergency packet paperwork by Friday, September 16th.  Thank you.

 

The 21st century Community Learning Center after-school program will kick off the 4th week in September more information will be given out in Spartan time over the next few weeks.

 

Just a reminder – this year the passing periods have been shortened to 4 minutes instead of 5.  Please keep this in mind and get to class on time.  Thank you. 

 

Students:  If you drive an automobile to school you must purchase a parking pass from the office.  The cost of the permit is $2.  You will need to fill out an application for parking and your parent needs to sign it.  If you purchased a parking permit last year it is still valid for this year.  Please pick up your parking application from the main office and take care of this by the end of next week. 

 

We have a new band instructor.  Students interested in Jazz Band should sign up in the Main Office.  There is still room in concert/marching band as well.    

 

Picture day will be September 13th.  We will begin with seniors at 8:00.  Please have your packets ready and head for the weight room when your group is called.  Students are not obligated to purchase photos but every student must be photographed for school records.  Thank you. 

 

Driver’s Ed parent meeting will be September 14th at 7:00 p.m. in Room 330. Sign up in the office by September 25th

 

SENIORS:

Senior picture deadline is October 1st

 

SPORTS:

Friday, September, 09

7:00 PM Boys Varsity Football Away Medical Lake High School Departs: 3:00 PM

Saturday, September, 10

7:45 AM Girls Varsity Volleyball Away Lakeland High School Lakeland Tournament Departs: 6:00 AM

10:00 AM Coed Varsity Cross Country Away Timberlake Farragut Invitational Departs: 8:00 AM

Monday, September, 12

2:30 PM Girls Varsity Soccer Home Northwest Christian School-Colbert

4:30 PM Boys Varsity Soccer Home Northwest Christian School-Colbert

5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball Home Newport High School

7:00 PM Girls Varsity Volleyball Home Newport High School

Tuesday, September, 13

*7:00 PM Girls Varsity Volleyball Away Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy Departs: 4:45 PM

Wednesday, September, 14

*5:30 PM Girls Varsity Soccer Away Timberlake High School Departs: 4:00 PM

*7:30 PM Boys Varsity Soccer Away Timberlake High School Departs: 4:00 PM

Thursday, September, 15

7:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Away St. Maries High School Departs: 4:00 PM

Friday, September, 16

7:00 PM Boys Varsity Football Home St. Maries High School

Saturday, September, 17

10:00 AM Coed Varsity Cross Country Away Coeur d'Alene Invitational Departs: 8:00 AM

*1:00 PM Boys Varsity Soccer Home Grangeville High School

4:00 PM Girls Varsity Soccer Home Davenport Senior High School

5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball Away St. Maries High School Departs: 2:00 PM

7:00 PM Girls Varsity Volleyball Away St. Maries High School Departs: 2:00 PM

 

LUNCH:

Monday:  BBQ pork sandwich

Tuesday: Chicken nuggets

Wednesday: Hot dog

Thursday:  Grilled cheese

Friday:  Ham & cheese ripper  

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/12/16




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September character focus “RESPECT”. Recognizing, considering and properly honoring the worth of one’s self and others.

Idaho Hill school wide rules:  Be Safe, Be Kind, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.

Please remember to complete and return all the paperwork and contact information to the office this week.

PTO meeting on Tuesday, 9/13/16 at 2:30. Everyone is welcome.

Constitution Day, Friday, 9/16/16. Students are encouraged to dress in red, white, and blue.  Every classroom will be learning about our constitution.

Band meeting for all 5th & 6th graders interested in participating in band on Friday, Sept. 16th at 6 p.m. in the Jr. High cafeteria.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/12/16




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STUDENTS:

Students:  If you drive an automobile to school you must purchase a parking pass from the office.  The cost of the permit is $2.  You will need to fill out an application for parking and your parent needs to sign it.  If you purchased a parking permit last year it is still valid for this year.  Please pick up your parking application from the main office and take care of this by the end of next week. 

 

We have a new band instructor.  Students interested in Jazz Band should sign up in the Main Office.  There is still room in concert/marching band as well.    

 

Picture day will be September 13th.  We will begin with seniors at 8:00.  Please have your packets ready and head for the weight room when your group is called.  Students are not obligated to purchase photos but every student must be photographed for school records.  Thank you. 

 

Driver’s Ed parent meeting will be September 14th at 7:00 p.m. in Room 330. Sign up in the office by September 25th

 

SENIORS:

Senior picture deadline is October 1st

 

SPORTS:

Sports pictures: Thursday, Sept. 8th Cross country right after school, Volleyball, Soccer

 

 

Wednesday, September, 07

*4:00 PM Girls Varsity Soccer Away St. Maries High School Departs: 1:30 PM

*6:00 PM Boys Varsity Soccer Away St. Maries High School Departs: 1:30 PM

Thursday, September, 08

6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football Home Medical Lake High School

Friday, September, 09

7:00 PM Boys Varsity Football Away Medical Lake High School Departs: 3:00 PM

Saturday, September, 10

7:45 AM Girls Varsity Volleyball Away Lakeland High School Lakeland Tournament Departs: 6:00 AM

10:00 AM Coed Varsity Cross Country Away Timberlake Farragut Invitational Departs: 8:00 AM

 

LUNCH:

Tuesday:  Corn dog

Wednesday: Chicken sandwich

Thursday:  Bean & cheese burrito

Friday:  Pizza  

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/6/16




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Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year.  We are off to a great start this year, and look forward to having a fantastic year!  Fall sports practices will start on Wednesday, September 7, 2016.  Students are able to participate in football, volleyball, or cross country.  Practices should be over by 4:30, unless you hear something different from your child’s coach.  All incoming 7th and 8th graders must have a physical, insurance, concussion test, and all other sports paperwork turned in to Mr. Landry to be eligible for sports.  Returning 8th graders do not have to have a new physical.  If you have any questions, please contact the JH Athletic Director, Marty Landry, or the Principal, Leoni Johnson.

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 9/6/16




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OFFICE OPEN AUGUST 17TH

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Posted by: Brenna Saccone
Published: 8/9/16