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Mrs. Stoll’s 4th Graders & Hamburger Assembly Line

As a part of their study of our market economy in social studies, the 4th grade participated in an assembly line. They have talked about how this improved efficiency and production and had two “factories” that created “hamburgers”. The jobs included patty placement, bun placement, health inspector, stock manager and delivery/transportation. The whole class learned that it is not always

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4th Annual 5th Grade Trade Fair

On Tuesday, December 18th, the entire 5th grade class participated in what is now an annual tradition; The Trade Fair. Students were able to combine what they’ve been learning about the bartering that took place between the colonists and the Native Americans, with the experience of creating their own crafts and wares. Trading these creations is always an exciting experience

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Recognizing the National Junior Honor Society PRAS 2018 cohort

Tonight, students in 6th-8th grade, were recognized at an induction ceremony for their achievements in the 5 pillars that the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is based on: character, scholarship, service, citizenship and leadership. Current NJHS officers spoke about each trait and defined each through personal stories and experiences. Ms. Jessica Gardner, Band Director and guest speaker, challenged the group

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4th Grade Welcomes Families

It was an evening of community, wellness and learning for the 4th grade families at Pine River Area Schools. Families learned about healthy eating, how to support reading and fun with fractions. Mecosta/Osceloa County’s Youth Intervention Specialist, Natasha Bancroft and Community Mental Health’s Rebecca Wemple were on-sight to offer assistance, provide information and learn more about our communities’ needs. Thank

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