Photos from the April Prairie Home School Page

Prairie Home School drama students presented the play, "Where Were You When the Tardy Bell Rang?" April 8, which is about lighthearted gossip among ordinary students as they go about their day at an ordinary high school. Participants are, in front, Alex Porter; kneeling in first row, from left, Danielle Paulson, Jessie Kennedy, Sarah Gipson and Miss Millus; standing in middle row, Denise Howell, Kohlie Stock amd Tara Vonder Haar; and back row, Josey Stevens, Jeremiah Wallingford, Ben Stock, Josie Flood, Ally Small, Sam Distler and Makayla Zey.

Prairie Home School drama students presented the play, "Where Were You When the Tardy Bell Rang?" April 8, which is about lighthearted gossip among ordinary students as they go about their day at an ordinary high school. Participants are, in front, Alex Porter; kneeling in first row, from left, Danielle Paulson, Jessie Kennedy, Sarah Gipson and Miss Millus; standing in middle row, Denise Howell, Kohlie Stock amd Tara Vonder Haar; and back row, Josey Stevens, Jeremiah Wallingford, Ben Stock, Josie Flood, Ally Small, Sam Distler and Makayla Zey. Photo by April Arnett.

Photos from the April Prairie Home School Page.

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Selected as the Prairie Home School Students of the Month for March, from left, are Brandon Johnson, fourth grade; Makayla Zey, seventh grade; and senior Jeremiah Wallingford.

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Front row, from left, are Prairie Home School students Jonathan Brandes, Josey Stevens, Melanie Bryan and Sarah Gipson, who attended the 2011 Missouri Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) State Leadership Conference March 27-29 at Columbia, where delegates from across the state represented over 12,000 members of Missouri FCCLA. Attending with the students, behind, are PHS FCCLA Sponsor Lindsay Oram and PHS Guidance Counselor Courtney Hunt, who served as the chaperone. The conference centered on the student-developed "Roll Out the Red Carpet of Leadership" and featured guest speakers and workshops on topics such as preparing for college and stress management skills. Stevens, who was recently elected to serve as the Region 13 State Vice President, and was elected State Vice President of Membership at the conference, said, "Running for state office is something I'll never forget. I had the opportunity to speak in front of thousands of people about FCCLA and I met so many great Missouri FCCLA members. I hope Prairie Home students participate in this conference and run for state office in the future."

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Prairie Home School students who competed at the District Music Contest April 2 at Jefferson City, front row, from left, are Jeremiah Wallingford, Akanksha Ashwini, Sarah Gipson and Sam Distler; back row, Alex Porter, Kody Utterback, Rayce Kendrick and Katlynn Watson. Those who received a 1 Rating to advance to the State Music Contest April 28 at Columbia are: Vonder Haar, for her French horn solo; Ashwini, for her vocal solo; and Gipson, Vonder Haar and Ashwini for their girls vocal trio.

For more photos of Prairie Home students check out the April 27 issue of the California Democrat.

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