September 19th – September 23rd

Mon:      No School

Tues:      Breakfast – Oatmeal & Toast or Cereal, Fresh Fruit, Milk or Juice

                   Lunch – Hamburger Stroganoff, Cooked Broccoli, Fruit, Bread, Milk

                   Alternate – Chicken Strips


Wed:      Breakfast – Waffles w/Syrup or Cereal, Fresh Fruit, Milk or Juice

                   Lunch – Pizza, Salad, Fruit, Milk

                  Alternate – Fish on a Bun


Thurs:    Breakfast – Sausage Gravy with Biscuits or Cereal, Fruit, Milk or Juice

                   Lunch – BBQ Meat Balls, Buttered Noodles, California Blend Vegetables w/Cheese,                           Fruit, Milk

                   Alternate – Hot Dog on a Bun


Fri:          Breakfast – Boiled Egg w/Toast or Cereal, Fruit, Milk or Juice

                  Lunch – Frito Pie, Corn, Fruit, Milk

                  Alternate – Beef Fingers



No School:  Prairie Home R-V School will not be in session on Monday, Sept. 19th due to a Professional Development Day for our teachers and staff.


1st Annual Fall Fun Fest Fish Fry:  Please join the Prairie Home Booster Club at the 1st Annual Fall Fun Fest Fish Fry at the PH Ballfield on Friday, Sept. 23rd.  Enjoy some great fried fish and watch some good baseball games as our Baseball team plays New Franklin and Jamestown.


School Pictures:  School pictures will be taken by Interstate Studio on Friday, Oct. 21st.


Breakfast and Lunch Cost Changes:  Just a reminder that the price of breakfast is $1.45 and the cost for lunches from grades K-3rd is now $2.25 and 4th-12th is now $2.60.  A small extra is .75 and a large extra is $1.00.  Adult lunches are $3.15.


Dismissal Times:  All PHS students will be dismissed daily at 3:15 p.m.  If you need to pick up your student(s) earlier than 3:15 p.m., please let the office know at 660-841-5296.


Student Pick-Up:  If you need to change your student’s plans for the end of the day (they will be picked up, need to ride a different bus, etc.) please call the school office before 1:00 p.m. to make those changes.


Medication:  All medication, both over-the-counter as well as prescription, must be given to the school nurse.  Serious consequences may result if a student is found with any drugs including over the counter or prescription.  First offense may result in 10 days of O.S.S.  Over-the-counter or prescription drugs may not be kept in purses, pockets, book bags, lockers or anywhere else on school grounds.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Simmons at 660-841-5296.


Food Service:  Please be sure and keep your student’s Food Service accounts up to date.  Account balance summaries will be sent home every Friday (if your student has a negative balance it will be in parentheses).  If a student’s balance is negative, they will not be allowed “extras”.  If your student’s balance falls negative more than $5.00, they will be eating a cheese sandwich (for which they will not be charged) and milk (for which they will be charged.)


PHS Events for the Week:

 Saturday, Sept. 17th    Cross Country @ New Franklin   (Bus leaves @ 7:30 a.m.) 8:30 a.m.

 Monday, Sept. 19th      Baseball @ Pilot Grove  (Bus leaves at 4:30 p.m.) 6:00 p.m.

 Tuesday, Sept. 20th    Baseball @ Higbee  (Bus leaves at 3:00 p.m.) 5:00 p.m.

                                                    Cross Country @ Boonville  (Bus leaves at 4:00 p.m.) 4:50 p.m.

  Wednesday, Sept. 21st  Volleyball @ Columbia Independent  (Bus leaves at 4:00 p.m.) 6:00p.m.

                                                          School Board Meeting 6:00 p.m.

 Thursday, Sept. 22nd     Baseball @ Calvary Lutheran  (Bus leaves at 2:45 p.m.) 4:30 p.m.


Friday, Sept. 23rd                Baseball vs. New Franklin  (Home Game)    5:00 p.m.

                                                          Baseball vs. Jamestown  (Home Game) to Follow

                                                          1st Annual Fall Fun Fest Fish Fry at the PH Ballfield During the Baseball                                                            Games                                               


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