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Daily Bulletin

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

STUDENTS:

MAY MADNESS!!! Will be May 12th from 2-10 p.m.  There will be battle balls, bingo, dodgeball, etc.  This will be the last Gear Up Shebang of the year!  We will have a donation box for children’s books Pre K – 3rd grade. 

21st CCLC will be hosting an interactive discussion about Healthy Relationships and what domestic violence and sexual assault/intimidation are. This event is being presented by Rhonda Encinas of the Priest River Ministries Advocates for Women and will be in Room 115 at 5:30.

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 for West Bonner County School District 83.  Phone: 208-290-2011. – Mr. Kren.

Youth Conservation Corps “YCC” Summer Job Opportunities.  The Forest Service is recruiting five YCC participants to work at the Priest Lake Ranger District for trail maintenance & front office help.  There is no experience required.  Jobs last 6-8 weeks.  The pay is $7.25 per hour.  See Mrs. Estes for an application. 

The Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program will be Saturday, April 28th at 7 p.m. at Priest River Junior High Auditorium. 

21st CCLC is announcing - Soccer Lab with Miss Shannon Fraser. We’ll be holding this lab on Tuesday afternoons from 3:45-5pm for those enrolled in the 21st CCLC and are interested in improving their soccer skills. This lab is open to both boys and girls in the 7-12th grades.

April is Sexual Violence Awareness month. Wednesday April 25th is Denim Day and in honor of this day, the 21st CCLC will be hosting an interactive discussion on sexual assault/intimidation and domestic violence presented by Rhonda Encinas of the Priest River Advocates for Women. This event will be from 5:30-7pm at PRLHS. Refreshments will be provided.

White Cross Pharmacy is offering a unique opportunity for an up-coming 2018/2019 Senior or Junior. Student work program offering:

-Education and preparation for the National Pharmacy Technician exam

-Competitive wages

-Experience with the medical field with an emphasis on pharmacy

-Fun and challenging work environment

Deadline to apply Wednesday, May 2nd. Interviews will be held at PRLHS on Friday, May 4th.

For more information see Mrs. Estes in the counseling office.

West Bonner Libraries and the Idaho Department of Labor are putting on a Ready, Set, Go program for students who are interested in applying for a job and need to know the steps to do so.  It will feature cover letters and resumes, Applications and interview skills and a mock interview.  You must register for this three part series.  You can call 208-448-2207 or email library@westbonnerlibrary.org to register and for more information.

Hill’s Resort is hiring for 2018 summer season.  They are hiring for part time and full time positions in the following departments – Maintenance, grounds keeping, housekeeping, evening laundry, kitchen, cooks, prep cooks, dishwashers, bussers and store/gift shop.  Apply now online at www.hillsresort.com or call 208-443-2551.

SENIORS:

Senior apparel is available to order until April 25th. Pick up your order forms in the Office or Mrs. Eggert’s room 158. Don’t miss out on your sweatshirts with your class signatures.

Seniors and juniors if you took Business Computer Applications 1 with Mrs. Eggert and received an A or B for the course you are eligible for 5 credits from North Idaho College. Please see Mrs. Eggert by April 25th to get the information.

The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling invites you to plan your future!  Students, parents, family members and counselors are invited to attend the 2018 Spring College Fair in Spokane.  Over 70 colleges represented.  Gonzaga University May 23rd at the Hemm Ballroom from 5:30-7:30 p.m. To quickly share your information with colleges, pre-register at www.StriveScan.com and bring your barcode to the fair!

AEROCET Scholarship!  $500 College Scholarship to one qualifying applicant:

-maintain a 2.5+ GPA

-be employed with some proof (for example if you babysit or mow lawns make sure to attach some sort of receipt that shows you were paid for your duties)

-be interested in going to a trade school

-write a 1 page or a minimum 250 word essay on your plans for the future and what steps you have already taken.

Deadline: May 25th  For more information please see Mrs. Estes or Mrs. Ballenger

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 Wednesdays starting on March 13 through May 2. 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.

STAFF:

SPORTS:

Any players interested in playing football next year that missed the meeting can pick up all paperwork in Mr. George’s office (5 forms).

Wednesday, April, 25

4:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Baseball Away St. Maries High School Dismissal Time: 12:00 PM Departs: 12:30 AM

4:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away St. Maries High School Dismissal Time: 12:15 PM Departs: 12:30 PM

5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Softball Away St. Maries High School

Thursday, April, 26

4:00 PM Boys Varsity Baseball Home St. Maries High School

4:00 PM Girls Varsity Softball Home St. Maries High School

5:30 PM Girls Varsity Softball Home St. Maries High School

Friday, April, 27

9:00 AM Coed Varsity Golf Away Coeur D' Alene High SchoolCDA Invite @ Avondale/Hayden Lake Departs: 6:30 AM

2:00 PM Coed Varsity Track Away Timberlake High School (1) Timberlake Invitational Departs: 12:15 PM

LUNCH:

Wednesday – Grilled cheese/Tomato soup

Thursday – Beef taco

Friday –  Pizza


Please remember there is a no charging policy in the lunchroom. Students will not be allowed to charge lunches.  Please inquire in the office if you have questions. 

 

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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