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What Can One Little Person Do?

Turns out, they can do a whole awfully lot! From lighting, to sound, to assistant director, to cast, our 5th grade students, supported by Mrs. Tiyi, Mr. Tiyi ;), Mrs. Laurie Olendorf, Ms. Brittney Norman and Mr. Paul Chilson, performed their 5th grade play which highlighted the struggles of various historical figures and how “one little person” can also make

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Pine River’s Creativy Clubs

Great job to Destination Imagination (DI) & Oddesy Of the Mind (OM) Teams at their performance today in Tustin at Grandma’s House Daycare. Students are expected to use their talents, teamwork and CrEAtIvITy so solve challenges with various elements within specified times. Elementary, Middle & High School Teams presented to the local communities in order to bring more awareness and

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Spring Carnival!

ThAnK yOu, tHaNk YoU, THANK YOU! Tonight’s carnival that was put on by the Friends of the Midddle School and PRPTG k-3 Parent Groups, was nothing short of amazing! All the donations for the classroom theme baskets from k-5 families, the prize candy donations from 6-7 families, the Chance to Win raffle prize donations from local businesses, the silent auction

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What To Know About Vaping: Ten16 Recovery Network

Shay Tullar, from Ten16 Recovery Network in Big Rapids, presented to our staff and students about the dangers of vaping. Here’s what we thought you should know, too: Several decades ago, the Tobacco companies began making billions of dollars on a lie. Cigarettes were the way to be cool, the way to feel better, and they were harmless. Now, we

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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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