Yearbook order deadline is this Friday. Go here to order online. Yearbooks are $10 and will be here by the middle of May!
March 28th is Picture Day! On our home page, you can go online to Lifetouch and order your portrait package AND a class picture to be taken the same day. Class pictures are $7 and optional individual photos can be taken. Please email the office or stop by to pick up a flyer if you are interested in this.8th Grade Graduation Photos will be take this day as well, order forms for those packages will be going home today.
Don't forget this Friday is the deadline to drop off your Schoola donations. We will be shipping our donations this Friday. This is a great way to help our school earn money. Please bring in your nearly new, used clothes for toddlers and women. Women's handbags and shoes are also welcome.
The PPCS Annual Enrollment Lottery will be on March 25th @ 10:00 am and is open to the public.
Feel that you have a basic understanding of EL Education, but you have a burning desire for more? Have you ever wondered why we only have student led conferences and not parent teacher conferences? Do you want to learn new ways to engage your students in school culture and academics? Then please come to the PPSEL EL 201 parent night on March 31st, from 5:30-6:30. The hour-long session will be facilitated by Jeneille Branen, Director of Curriculum and Instruction and Martha Martin our Regional EL School Designer. Martha visits our school monthly and provides EL professional development to our staff. Please RSVP to Jeneille Branen, firstname.lastname@example.org. We need at least 10 people for the class to be held.
Art Workshops for Students K-6 during the Non-Session School Day from 8:10-3:00 on April 1st. The session is $25, which includes an art fee. Sibling discount is available. Please RSVP: email@example.com
Teachers will be sending sign-ups for student-led conferences, to be be held April 11-15.
Great Community Opportunities for Students and Families:
Tutxinmepu PowwowThe Native American Student Center, in conjunction with the Native American Student Association and the University of Idaho, hosts the Tutxinmepu Powwow each year. Tutxinmepu is a Nez Perce word meaning “the place where the deer loses its spots.” Dancers, drummers and audiences come from across the Northwest and Canada to participate in this visual and artistic representation of the strength and vitality of the Native culture.
Join us for our 17th annual Tutxinmepu Powwow:
Saturday, April 2
Grand Entry at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. in the ASUI-Kibbie Activity Center
Sunday, April 3
Grand Entry at 1 p.m. in the ASUI-Kibbie Activity Center
Event is free and open to the public. Access will be allowed through the west entrance of the Kibbie Dome starting at 2 p.m.
1) Seasonal Wanderings Family Series: Star Party
2) STREAM Team (a green STREAM- inspired summer camp for young women grades 7-10)
Summer Adventure Club
The Summer Adventure Club Enrollment Form are now available