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Pine River Area Schools 4-7 Building Newsletter December 7, 2018 http://www.pineriver.org   NOTE FROM THE PRINCIPAL Please be sure your students have the proper attire to go outside, as all kids 4th-7th grade go outside for at least 15 minutes a day! Our PRIDE Points Program is underway, so remember to ask your child about how they earn stickers and

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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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Pine River MS-HS Happenings for November and December, 2018

                         Welcome to the months of November and December.  The first quarter of the school year is almost complete.  Highlights of the first quarter of school include the following:  marching band receiving ratings of one during marching festival on October 17, 2018,  the football team making the playoffs, parent teacher conferences on Oct. 25, and speaker David Pride making presentations

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Motivational Speaker – David Pride

MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER DAVID PRIDE OCTOBER 25, 2018   David Pride will be speaking to grades 6-12 on October 25 during the morning of our half day before teacher conferences.  Below is a brief biography of David Pride David Pride is a professional speaker whose motivational seminars have taken him across the country and around the world. David’s memorable hairstyle makes

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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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