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Daily Bulletin

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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

STUDENTS:

Come listen to Academy Liaisons, Cadets, and Mishipman talk about the US Military Academy at West Point US, Naval Academy, US /Air Force Academy and US Marine Academy, and get your questions answered.  Learn how to get a congressional nomination from a member of the Idaho Delegation.  North Idaho – March 8th  from 6-8 p.m. at North Idaho College, Edminster Student Union Building, 495 College Drive, Coeur d’Alene, ID  83814.

Be the change you wish to see in our school, by running for Student Council. Students who would like more information should speak with their current representatives or come see Mrs. Colombini.

Next Wednesday during the weekly assembly, students who are interested in having input regarding dress code changes will have the opportunity to meet separately with student council members to discuss possible changes.

There will be an iDFY meeting March 1st @ lunch in Mrs. Colombini's room.

Congratulations to Randy Stuart for earning the class of 2018 salutatorian honors and to Spencer Sedgwick for earning the class of 2018 Valedictorian honors. These young men have worked hard and have earned every bit of recognition coming their way. Congratulations! Mr. Kren

Idaho Hill Elementary will have a book drive January 29th through February 26th. We are asking for new or gently used elementary books to add to our Bulldog Bookshelf. The Bulldog Bookshelf provides our students with access to free books to take home and read.

Juniors & Seniors:

GEAR UP has two campus tours in March. The first is at North Idaho College on March 9 and the second is at the University of Idaho on March 23. If you would like to go, please see Brenna Ballenger in Room 132 for permission forms. There is an additional permission form for U of I for the rock climbing event during the tour.

Juniors:  Higher Education Day is coming up on March 13. The morning will be filled with information from 8 Idaho colleges and from the Armed Forces. You will get to sign up for the sessions you want to hear more about when it gets closer to the date, so start thinking about who you might want to learn more about. Boise State, University of Idaho, North Idaho College, and Lewis-Clark State College are a few of the schools that will be there.

Love and Logic Parenting Classes at PRE. The dates are all on Wednesdays from 5:30 pm-7:00 pm; February 21, February 28, March 7, March 14, March 21, and March 28. Refreshments and snacks as well as day care will be provided. Advanced registration is required.

SENIORS:

Scholarship Help for Seniors:  If you need scholarship help or time to work on filling out scholarship applications, Mrs. Ballenger will be in the Library conference room during lunch on Mondays starting on February 22 through April 30. She will also be available to help out with the FAFSA. You can also make appointments with Mrs. Ballenger to set up a time that works for you.

Seniors with Early Release:  If you would like help with scholarships or filling out the FAFSA, please visit Mrs. Ballenger in Room 132 during 6th period Monday thru Wednesday.

FAFSA nights will be the 2nd Monday of the month from 5-7pm in Room 142.

STCU will be offering financial education workshops for parents on Feb 26th (Living Debt Free), and Mar 26th (Fraud and ID Theft Protection). The class is from 6-7pm and a light meal will be provided. Advanced registration is required and parents of 21st CCLC participants will be given priority.

SPORTS:

The first baseball practice will be Friday, February 23rd  in the High School Gym.

First Softball practice will be Monday February 26 afterschool until 5:15 at Priest River Elementary.

Track practice starts Tuesday, February 27th. Please sign up in Mr. Hughes’ room 134. There will be an informational meeting in Mr. Hughes Room during Spartan Time on Friday.

The first day of Baseball will be February 23rd.  Make sure that all your paperwork, impact test, and physical form are turned in before the first practice. Open Gym will be on Sunday from 9-11a.m., ask Coach Schultz for more information.    

Spring Athletes: If you haven’t participated in a sport yet this school year, you need your paperwork (Spartan Packet), impact and drug test done prior to your first practice. Freshmen, Juniors, and anyone who has never participated in a sport need a physical. Pick up the Spartan Packet in the AD office. Impact testing will be Wednesday Feb 14th & 21st @ 7:15 am see Tammy to schedule your test.

Any Spartan men interested in playing rugby this Spring and Summer:  A team is being put together for Priest River, Sandpoint, and Clark Fork.  See athletic office to pick up information if interested.

Wednesday, February, 21

4:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball Away OPPONENT TBD DISTRICTS @ NIC Departs: 2:00 PM

Friday, February, 23

9:30 AM Coed Varsity Wrestling Away OPPONENT TBD State @ Pocatello Team departs 2/21 @ 1:00

Saturday, February, 24

8:30 AM Coed Varsity Wrestling Away OPPONENT TBD State @ Pocatello

STAFF:

LUNCH:

Wednesday – Salisbury steak

Thursday – WG Chili crispito

Friday –   German sausage 

 

Regular Day                                                Spartan Wednesday

 

Period 1                          7:50-8:48                       Spartan Time                  7:50-8:10

Spartan Time                  8:52-9:02                       Period 1                          8:15-9:11

Period 2                          9:06-10:04                     Period 2                          9:15-10:11

Period 3                          10:08-11:06                    Period 3                          10:15-11:11

Period 4                          11:10-12:08                    Period 4                          11:15-12:11

Lunch                             12:08-12:41                    Lunch                             12:11-12:44

Period 5                          12:45-1:43                     Period 5                          12:48-1:44

Period 6                          1:47-2:46                       Period 6                          1:48-2:46


Click the link to find our continuous plan of improvement. This document is subject to change as action plans are implemented and data is collected. Please contact Mr. Kren at the school should you have any questions. Joseph A. Kren. Principal

Continuous Plan of Improvement

Mission Statement

The mission of Priest River Lamanna High School is to enable all students to develop their individual potential by acquiring the knowledge, skills, and values needed to become lifelong responsible, productive members of their community.

STATEMENT OF BELIEFS:

  • We believe all students can learn and learning is a lifelong process.
  • Students learn best when they are actively involved and engaged.
  • Each student is a valuable individual with unique educational, social, and emotional needs.
  • Individual strengths should be encouraged and developed.
  • A climate that encourages community and parent involvement is essential to qualityeducation.
  • Our school must be a place of mutual respect where students can feel physically and emotionally safe.
  • Teachers are lifelong learners who strive to promote individual student growth.

 

Priest River Lamanna High School Education

It's Life Long!

OUR SPARTAN CREED

 We are the Priest River Spartans.

We define what a Spartan is by what we stand for,

What we strive for; and what we fight for . . .

 A Spartan, above all, is fierce; because for us failure is not an option.

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