A message from Principal Gonzales
We want to congratulate Kristina McKelfresh and Andrea Lohse as Prairie Middle School's 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year.
Atention 8th Grade Students. The 8th grade Panoramic Pictures will be taken on Tuesday, March 20th at 8:55 AM in the gym. This is the ONLY time the picture will be taken. Students will receive order forms on picture day. Additional information is available at www.BestClassPicture.com
Don't miss out on great memories that last a life time! Online payment is now available. Should you have questions, you may contact our school bookkeeper.
You can view packages and order your school portraits online at www.cidmphoto.com use student ID number to veiw portraits.
Wrestling season is here! For more information the schedule has been attached
Order Spirit Wear anytime online. Now is the time to get that perfect hoodie for your love one, or just some blue & green to your closet.
Spring Break! March 26th - 30th No School for Students or Staff
Click here for a new way to be in the know and stay connected to Prairie. Prairie just launched its new App.
The time has come again for the Optimist Speech Contest, it will be held on Wednesday, March 14th. We invite family members to attend but discourage friends and small children because of space and the need for quite in the rooms. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Reed at 720-747-3252.
Are you a former PTCO officer? Would you like to continue to make a
difference for our schools and our students? Then, consider serving on
the Parents’ Council Executive Board. For the 2018-2019 school year, Parents' Council has openings in the
following areas: Communications, Treasurer, Document Review, Secretary,
Social Media and Hospitality. Get more information about these rewarding volunteer opportunities here.
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