OMG Student Council will be spreading joy to residents at Indian Hills Manor & Wel-Life by being "Santa to a Senior." They will be putting together 80 packages to deliver! To sponsor a package, it will be $13. If you're interested in helping with this project please contact Jill Max at email@example.com
or call (308) 284-6087.
We love to see our students give back to the community!
We want to introduce you to our REMARKABLE 3rd-5th Resource Team!! Mrs. Peck and Ms. Wilson go above and beyond to provide their students with meaningful and useful learning experiences! #CultureOfConfidence
📣Activity update for the week of November 26th.
We want to introduce you to our EXCEPTIONAL Early Childhood Team!! Mrs. Veith, Mrs. Becher, and Mrs. Kimblery-Rhoades engage with our tiniest learners! They are able to connect with their students in a meaningful way! #CultureOfConfidence
We want to introduce you to our TERRIFIC PVE Title Team!! Mrs. Theiler, Mrs. Cone, Mrs. McGill, and Mrs. Helmer work to teach and reach all our learners! Their dedication is truly admirable. #CultureOfConfidence
We want to introduce you to our SENSATIONAL K-5 Specials Team!! Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. Ziola, and Mr. Mumm engage students in a wide variety of ways! Students look forward to their engaging and exciting lessons! #CultureOfConfidence
Mrs. Lee’s 8th grade ELA classes are using their inference skills to investigate who kidnapped the principal! They are reading information about the suspects, examining evidence, reading interviews, choosing a perspective, and writing a story about what actually happened to the principal. We love seeing our students highly engaged in their learning!
We want to introduce you to our FEARLESS Fifth-Grade Team!! Mrs. Hull and Mrs. Gilmore reach and teach all students! A small team, but mighty! #CultureOfConfidence
We wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! As a reminder, there will be no school on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. See you next week!
The OMG Builders Club collected coins for Zambia, raising $412.34 to help fund better education and health care in Zambia. The grades competed to see who could earn the most. The 6th graders brought in most, collecting over $100! They were rewarded with a caramel apple party sponsored by the Prairie View PTO.
We want to introduce you to our FABULOUS Fourth-Grade Team!! Mrs. Orth, Mrs. Saults, and Mrs. England strive to create authentic learning experiences for their students! #CultureOfConfidence
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📣 Activity update for the week of November 20th.
Did you know that in the last month, students at Prairie View Elementary have had the good fortune to try kiwi, pears, celery, bell peppers, broccoli, carrots, and bananas (to name a few)?! This opportunity is part of the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program, a grant funded by the USDA. Find out more about the program here: https://www.education.ne.gov/ns/nslp/fresh-fruit-and-vegetable-program/
#FFVP #NESchoolMealsRock 🥝🍎🍐🫑🥦🥕🍌🍊
Thanks to all who supported the Elementary Ambassadors bake sale. The group sold out of all of their goodies! They will not have anything for sale on Monday.
OMG Wrestling Team travelled to Alliance to compete in the middle school invitational. We are proud of the athletes for showing grit! Way to go, O!
Diego Juarez 1st place
Austin Fosbinder 2nd place
Caden Rhodes 3rd place
Vincent Crane 4th place
Prairie View Librarian Mrs. Armstrong teaches a STEAM class. Each class goes once every three weeks. The students can engage with many different materials, be risk-takers, and try new things! These students showcased their building skills (it appears we've got some future engineers)!
We want to introduce you to our THRIVING Third-Grade Team! Prairie View has so many years of experience in third grade! Mrs. Nielsen, Mrs. Laflan, and Mrs Waitley go above and beyond for their students! #CultureOfConfidence
The OHS Mock Trial team has qualified for Region II FINALS! Come out and see them Monday, at 4:00 CST in the Lincoln County (North Platte) Courthouse. Way to go, O!!!
During the month of October, Mrs. Hesser’s 2nd-grade students worked hard writing haunted house stories. This week, the students had the opportunity to showcase their work by shutting off the lights and using a flashlight to read their stories to their classmates!