Category Archives: Prairie High School

Cedar Rapids Parks and Recreation Job Fair

Are you looking for a great way to make some money this summer? Cedar Rapids Parks & Recreation is now hiring lifeguards, cashiers/concession workers, swim instructors, laborers, and recreation supervisors and instructors. Most positions are for ages 16 and up. Come to our Job Fair March 2 and see what’s available!

City of Cedar Rapids Seasonal Jobs Fair Cedar Rapids Parks and Rec Seasonal Jobs Fair

Courage League Adaptive Sports and Recreation

New to the Corridor, Courage League Sports is excited to bring adapted play to eastern Iowa. Register your 5-15 year old special needs child for an upcoming session this spring.  Click on the flyer below for details.

Courage League Sports Session

5K Run-Walk: Go the Distance for Crime Victims

The  Linn County Attorney’s Office is sponsoring a Go the Distance for Crime Victims 5K Run-Walk on Saturday, April 13, 2019. Click on the flyer below for more information.

Go the Distance for Crime Victims 5K Run Walk

Register for Prairie Fest 2019

It’s time to register for Prairie Fest 2019! Join the Prairie School Foundation for a night full of fun on Saturday, April 6 at The Hotel at Kirkwood Center. This years’ theme is Pirates: Ahoy Matey so come dressed in your best swashbuckling, hands on deck attire!  Click on the flyer below to learn more about the event or to register.

Prairie Fest 2019



Be the Match Benefit

Take part in 2nd Annual Be the Match Benefit in Honor of Phoebe Toczylowski. The event is Saturday, February 9. Click on the flyer to learn more about how you can Be the Match.

Be the Match Benefit 

Healthy You, Healthy Family – Free Health Screenings

HACAP (Family Community Health Alliance) is sponsoring free health screening for ages 6 month-adult at their Healthy You, Healthy Family event on Saturday, January 19 .  Click on the flyer below for more details.

Healthy Family Event

Teen Driving Study at the University of Iowa

The University of Iowa is sponsoring a Teen driving Study.  Would you like to drive in a driving simulator? The National Advance Driving Simulator is inviting teens ages 15 or 16 to participate in a study whether training programs can help teens become safer drivers.  During the three study visits, teens will drive the NADS-2 simulator while wearing a light-weight head-mounted eye tracker. Click on the flyer below for more information.

Teen Driving Study