Prairie Point Express
September 25, 2020
Taking Care of Your Students' Masks
When students wear dirty masks, they are more at risk for contracting germs. Additionally, breathing through a dirty mask is simply unpleasant due to the potential smells and dirt.
Click here for more information from the CDC: How to Wash A Cloth Face Covering
Community Food Kits for Park Hill Families
Park Hill has once again partnered with Feed Northland Kids for a FREE community food kit. These kits contain things like bread, peanut butter, granola bars, pasta and canned goods. They will be distributed at the same time and location bulk school meals are distributed. For more information regarding school provided meals read here.
If you are interested in a voucher for free food, you must sign up HERE.
If you sign up for the COMMUNITY FOOD KIT, you are agreeing that you will be able to pick it up.
WHERE: Park Hill Support Services Center at 9501 N. Seymore Ave., Kansas City, MO 64153.
TIME: 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. every week on Wednesdays starting September 30, 2020.
A limited number of families will be selected. It is first come, first serve to those who have filled out the form in its entirety. Slots will go to those who can pick up the food.
- Once you sign up, I will email out the voucher.
- Show the paper voucher or a digital copy on your cell phone upon arrival.
- You will use the same voucher for weekly visits.
- This voucher is good for 1 Community Food Kit.
- If you have other students at other schools, only sign up for one voucher per family.
Please contact Marla Anderson, School Social Worker, with any questions. Her phone number is 816-359-6379.
Prairie Point Fundraiser
Items that need to be picked up from Prairie Point will be available on November 5. More information will come about item pick-up.
Families of online families are welcome to participate as well! The files below have all of the information needed to be able to participate. Of course, online families can also stop by the Prairie Point Office to pick up a fundraiser packet. We simply request that you call ahead so that we can be ready for you.
Thank you for supporting the Prairie Point Fundraiser!
Ian's Rainbow Flu Vaccine Clinic
On Tuesday October 6th from 6-8 pm the Park Hill Clothing Center will be partnering with Ian’s Rainbow Flu Foundation to provide a flu vaccine clinic. It will be a drive thru clinic that will take place at the south parking lot of Gerner (adjacent to the clothing center). No sign ups are necessary, first come first served.
In addition the clothing center will be opened from 5-8pm that night. Shopping sign-ups are available here.
The clothing center needs volunteers. If you can help, Click here to sign up to volunteer!
Park Hill Education Foundation Community Breakfast
Come Together Towards Tomorrow and join us for the Park Hill Education Foundation Virtual Community Breakfast. This edition will feature several broadcast journalism students in–front and behind the cameras. AND don’t miss . . . an EXCLUSIVE interview with Dr. Jeanette Cowherd, superintendent. Click here for more information.
A Message from Prairie Point PTA
Head out to Line Creek Trail with the family anytime between 8:00 am-noon for a Hiking Meeting Up & Nature Scavenger Hunt on Saturday Oct 17.
Hope to see lots of Prairie Point Families out enjoying the trails!
See the flier linked below for more information.
REPEAT: Yearbook Orders
To Order Your Yearbook:
- Visit: ybpay.lifetouch.com
- Enter Yearbook ID Code: 1724721
- School Name: Prairie Point Elem School
REPEAT: E-Backpack (Electronic Fliers)
Currently in the E-Backpack:
- Fliers for Online Clubs hosted by Community Education
- Party Flier (Ordering Birthday Treats through Food Service)
- Yearbook Order Form
- Directory Invite to Families
Do You Know A Park Hill Star?
The Park Hill Star recognition program was started in 2015 to celebrate support staff and teachers whose work is especially noteworthy.
The following is an overview of the Park Hill Star Program:
Our employees are the reason we are so successful here in the Park Hill School District, and we would like to recognize them for all they do for our students.
That is why we present the Park Hill Star award once a month to a pre-K or elementary teacher, a secondary teacher and a support employee.
Repeat: Birthday Treats
Repeat: Technology Use at Home
Here are some general guidelines and best practices for laptop use at home.
Thank you for your support. If you have any technology issues or questions, please contact the Help Desk Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. at 816-359-5000.
Our 5 Pillars of Prevention
Please take some time to learn about Prairie Point's Health and Safety Precautions. Click here to access our matrix and other health information.
Prairie Point Mission
Prairie Point Elementary School provides all children with a safe, caring educational environment that focuses on high expectations and promotes lifelong learning.
To create a safe and caring student centered environment, to empower students to be independent learners, problem solver, and responsible citizens in the 21st Century.
At Prairie Point School, we value:
- Keeping the focus on the student
- Continuous learning and professional growth
- Warm, caring, open-minded environment
- High expectations for all students and adults
- Team work and collaboration
- Empathetic approach with our actions.