Category Archives: Prairie Ridge

Prairie Hawk Golf Challenge

Register today and participate in the 8th Annual Prairie School Foundation Prairie Hawk Golf Challenge on Monday, August 3 at Saddleback Ridge Golf Course in Solon. Click on the link below for more information.

Prairie Hawk Golf Challenge

Free Bag of Books Distribution June 11

College Community Schools in conjunction with the Prairie School Foundation, United Way, Toys for Tots, Parent Teacher Organizations from Creek, Crest, Heights, Hill, Ridge and View will be giving away brand new books for students in grades K-6 at various locations Thursday, June 11. Click on the flyer below for the locations and times.

Free Bags of Books Distribution

Growing Words Project – University of Iowa Study

Researchers from the University of Iowa are sponsoring the Growing Words Project to study language development and language and reading development in school-age children. Click on the links below if you would like to participate in the study.

Online Study for Kids Going Into 2nd Through 6th Grade

Online Study for Kids Going Into 1st Grade

 

 

No GRAB N’ Go Meals May 4

No GRAB N’GO Meal Distribution on Monday, May 4:
Meals will not be distributed on Monday, May 4 due to a scheduled staff professional learning day at College Community Schools.

COVID-19 UPDATES PAGE CREATED:
An archive of previous communications and current information related this school closure can be found on our website in a section titled “COVID-19 (Coronavirus) UPDATES” http://www.prairiepride.org/COVID19/

Complete the 2020 Census

The 2020 Census is taking place this year, and we encourage your family to respond! The Census counts EVERY PERSON living in America and determines state funding and representation in Congress. We want ALL IOWANS to be counted and help ensure our community receives important federal funding for programs and services. Every household will receive a letter in March from the U.S. Census Bureau with information on how to respond – you can complete the census online, by phone, or through the mail – and your information is protected by law.  Click on the flyer below for the 2020 Cenus FAQ.

2020 Census FAQ