Welcome to Priest River Lamanna High School

 Bulletin
Wednesday, September 28, 2022

ORANGE DAY

HOMECOMING WEEK! SEE THE BOTTOM OF THE

BULLETIN FOR INFORMATION

STUDENTS:

Reminder – No cell phones are allowed during class time.  This includes in the hallways during class time.  Students should be placing cell phones in the caddy in the classroom. 

The 2023 Yearbook is now available for purchase online at https://www.treering.com/validate

On the order page, enter our school passcode: 1016512588881375. This year's yearbook is bigger (140 pages) and less expensive ($42.00), and you get two free PERSONAL pages that you can customize for your copy alone (not everyone else's copy), so the sooner you get your copy, the sooner you can start customizing your personal pages. PLUS, you get a 10% discount if you order by September 30th.

Mr. Nolting and Mr. Martin will be creating a Rock Band for 9th - 12th grade students who can play an electric or bass guitar, drum set or sing vocals. The rock band will perform at school events and as well will travel to perform at local venues throughout the area. Rock Band will rehearse 3 to 4 p.m. every Wednesday in the band room.  If you are interested in joining please contact Mr. Nolting or Mr. Martin. 

Parking passes are available free of charge until October 1st.  You will need a parking permit application which is available in the office.  If you do not purchase your parking permit by October 1st the cost will be $2.00.

Please remember that we have a single point entry.  All students must enter through the main doors near the office.  DO NOT open doors for anyone outside the building or any other entry doors.

All students must check in and out of the office when arriving late to school or leaving school early.  The office must have parent contact before you can leave school. 

SENIORS:

Senior Picture deadline is February 1st

BREAKFAST:

Wednesday – Pop Tart/Banana/String Cheese

Thursday – Banana Bread/Fresh Fruit Basket

Friday – Muffins/Fruit/String Cheese

LUNCH:

Wednesday – Corn Dog or Uncrustable

Thursday – Bean/Cheese burrito or Uncrustable

Friday – Stuffed Crust Pizza or Uncrustable

SPORTS:

Wednesday 09/28/22

Girls V Soccer Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy Away 05:00PM Departs at 4:00

Boys V Soccer Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy Away 07:00PM Departs at 4:00

Thursday 09/29/22

Coed V Cross Country Cancelled - OPEN (Battle for the 509) Away TBA

Boys V Soccer Orofino High School Home 4:00PM

Girls JV Volleyball Kellogg High School Away 05:30PM Departs at 2:30

Girls V Volleyball Kellogg High School Away 07:00PM Departs at 2:30

Friday 09/30/22

Boys V Football Reardan High School (Homecoming) Home 7:00PM

Saturday 10/01/22

Girls JV Volleyball St George's School Away 11:00AM Departs at 8:45 am

Girls V Soccer Riverside High School Away 12:00PM Departs at 10:15 am

Girls V Volleyball St George's School Away 12:30PM Departs at 8:45 am

Homecoming Week Activities September 26th-30th

Powder Puff is Wednesday, September 28th, liability forms are in the quad.  Talk to your Class President about joining lip sync. 

Tuesday – PJ Day

Wear appropriate pajamas!

Seniors: Toga Day

Wednesday -  College Day

Dress up as a college student

Thursday – Color Day

Seniors: Black

Juniors: White

Sophomores: Blue

Freshman: Red

Friday – Spirit Day

Wear your Spartan Gear, Orange and Black

 Spirit Week: Dates to Remember

September 26th-30th

Manly Man: The 26th at 5:30 pm in the Gym.

Bracket Play:

                 Freshman vs. Juniors              

                 Sophomores vs. Seniors

                 Winner vs. Winner

                 Overall winner vs. Teachers = Champions 

Powderpuff: The 28th at 5:30 pm at football field 

Bracket Play:

                 Freshman vs. Juniors              

                 Sophomores vs. Seniors

                 Winner vs. Winner

                 Overall winner vs. Teachers = Champions 

Friday: The 30th School Assemble/ parade 

Football Game: Home vs. Reardan at 7:00 pm

Show your school spirit, wear orange and black and don’t forget to cheer loud!

Hoco Dance: October 1st 7-10 pm in Cafeteria 

         Semi-formal dress attire, $5.00 tickets

HOMECOMING ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE:

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH

Period 1                   7:50-8:40             50 minutes

Period 2                   8:45-9:35             50 minutes

Period 3                   9:40-10:30           50 minutes

Period 4                 10:35-11:25           50 minutes

Lunch                    11:25-11:55           30 minutes

Period 4                 12:10-1:30             5 minutes

Assembly               12:10-1:30             80 minutes

Parade                     1:30-2:46             76 minutes    



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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. George at the school should you have any questions. Matt George, 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

 

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

Never will we settle for less than our best; and we choose to exceed all expectations.

We, as Spartans, represent our community by being leaders and not followers, striving for success, and working together for the greater good for our community.

It is our privilege to spread Spartan Pride throughout our community and we are proud to uphold this duty.

We will be efficient in our duties and we are willing to go the extra mile to be a successful Spartan.

We, as Spartans, are not arrogant, we are not rude.

A Spartan is a positive role model in their school and community.

Each day we come to school with an eagerness to learn and we leave with the satisfaction of our accomplishments.

We, as Spartans, are a school made up of individuals who come together to share Spartan Pride and Academic Success every day.

We, as Spartans, treat everyone with kindness and encourage acceptance.

We are Spartans and

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

What we strive for,

And what we fight for.

We are Spartans.

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