Welcome to Pleasant Prairie Elementary
Many, Many good things going on….
As your school leader, I have many things to be excited about and I thought I would share some of the many, many good things going on:
* Our 4K program won the Stay Drug Free Video contest! We had so much fun and our youngest learners did a great job! There will be a awards program and a write up in the Kenosha News on the Saturday after Spring Break. I am so proud of them!
* As you know, Character is a big thing here at Pleasant Prairie. In light of this, we will be submitting applications to possibly earn the status of a school with Promising Practices. This application process will highlight our Pay It Forward club, High Fives in the Hallway, and also our character recognition efforts and this is from the State level!
*We are researching additional on-line tools for students to use and for parents to use as well. We want to offer our students as many tools for their learning tool box and more information may be coming home in your student’s Monday newsletters. Our PTA is supporting this cause and we look forward to more tools to give to you to help your child continue on a path of learning; especially over the summer.
*We have a lot of opportunities for students to be involved! We have an upcoming Variety Show, the Black History Bee, Art Club, Chess Club, Guitar Club – to just name a few!
Follow the Drug Free Road….
Check out the 4K students of Mrs. Luisier’s classroom to see our little actors and actresses send a message on staying drug free. Click here to view the video http://youtu.be/H2wQrFkMT0s
Pleasant Prairie Elementary presents our school spirit video…
We are so excited to show you our school spirit! Click below to see the amazing job our school community did that shows you who we are, the love we have of our school and the fun we have while learning. Enjoy seeing who we are from the inside!
The mission of Pleasant Prairie Elementary School, a diverse learning community,
is to build a strong foundation for all students to reach their highest potential
by providing quality instruction, challenging opportunities,
and building principles of character in a welcoming environment.