Photos from the March Prairie Home School Page

Seven members of the Prairie Home School varsity softball team were recently named to the Academic All-State softball teams by the Missouri High School Softball Coaches' Association. Front row, from left, are Taylor Zey, Kendra Stinson and Kohlie Stock, who were named to the first team; and back row, Krista Small, Brooke Emmerich and Amber Carmichael, who were named to the first team; and Kimberly Hettinger, who was named to the second team. In order to qualify to be named to to the first team, student athletes must have a cumulative GPA of 3.88-4.0 and must be a varsity letter winner. To qualify for the second team, student athletes must have a cumulative GPA of 3.75-3.87 and must be a varsity letter winner.

Seven members of the Prairie Home School varsity softball team were recently named to the Academic All-State softball teams by the Missouri High School Softball Coaches' Association. Front row, from left, are Taylor Zey, Kendra Stinson and Kohlie Stock, who were named to the first team; and back row, Krista Small, Brooke Emmerich and Amber Carmichael, who were named to the first team; and Kimberly Hettinger, who was named to the second team. In order to qualify to be named to to the first team, student athletes must have a cumulative GPA of 3.88-4.0 and must be a varsity letter winner. To qualify for the second team, student athletes must have a cumulative GPA of 3.75-3.87 and must be a varsity letter winner. Photo by April Arnett.

Photos from the March Prairie Home School Page.

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The Prairie Home School Academic Team competed at the CCAA Scholar Bowl Tournament March 5 at Jamestown, and finished in second place. Individually, Prairie Home's Josey Stevens finished in second place, while Damon Wendt placed fifith. Members of the team, front row, from left, are Stevens, Wendt, Dennis Imhoff and Tara Vonder Haar; middle row, Melanie Bryan, Sarah Gipson, Kohlie Stock and Sam Distler; and back row, Brooke Emmerich, Rayce Kendrick, Cecelia Wright and Josey Wright.

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Prairie Home was among 13 schools competing at the California High School Math Contest Feb. 18, where a number of PHS students earned a ribbon or medal for finishing in the top of their event. Other participating schools in Division 1 were Smithton, Sacred Heart, Stover, Lincoln, Northwest and LaMonte. Front row, from left, are Rayce Kendrick, fourth place, Team 9; Brooke Emmerich, fourth, Team 9; Josey Wright, fourth, Geometry 9 and Team 9; Cecelia Wright, fourth, Team 9; and Sam Distler, fifth, Team 10; middle row, Kody Utterback, fifth place, Team 10; Krista Small, fifth, Team 10; Sarah Gipson, sixth, Team 11; and Melanie Bryan, sixth, Team 11; back row, Jordan Thiessen, sixth place, Team 11; Damon Wendt, sixth in Graphing, second in Word Problems 12, fifth in Calculus, fourth in ACT-Like Questions, and second in Team 12; Dennis Imhoff, fourth place in Calculus, second in Trigonometry, second in ACT-Like Questions, second in Team 12, and third in Top Senior Individual; and Josey Stevens, third place in Conic Sections, fourth in Manual Computations 12, third in Calculus, first in Statistics and Probability, second in Team 12, and second in Top Senior Individual.

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Selected as the Prairie Home School Students of the Month for February, from left, are fourth grader Clayton Pethan, eighth grader Danielle Paulson and freshman Josey Wright.

For more photos of Prairie Home students check out the March 28 issue of the California Democrat.

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