The Prescott 8th Annual Fundraiser is only a few weeks away! Raffle ticket sales are a huge component of the fundraiser’s success. Our raffle ticket contest is live now through Thursday, January 30th. This year each classroom reaching $1,500+ in raffle ticket sales will be rewarded with EXTRA RECESS!! Plus, there is a separate contest … Continue reading Welcome to our Prescott Benefit Raffle Ticket Contest -live now through January 30th!
Please see below for an easy way to set up an ewallet for your kids instead of sending cash for the book fair this week. We also need one more volunteer for the 11am -1:25pm shift on Thursday and Friday as well as one volunteer for the after school shift on Wednesday. The book fair will not … Continue reading Book Fair Kicks of Dec. 2nd-6th—Setting up EWallet and volunteers still needed!
Parents and middle school students—6th-8th grade—please join us for Middle School Curriculum Night to learn about middle school academic and social-emotional learning, Wednesday, September 25, 5:15 p.m.-6:25 p.m. 5:15 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Science /Social Studies Meet and Greet (6th and 7th Grade Families only)-Meet your child's quarter 2 science or social studies teachers Ms. Edwards (305) … Continue reading Middle School 6-8th Grade Curriculum Night—Wednesday, September 25
Prescott has been named #13 in Chicago Magazine's list of Top Elementary Schools, September edition! This is a wonderful accomplishment and speaks to the commitment and dedication of our teachers, administration and community!
Join us Thursday, August 29 at 5:30 p.m. at Wrightwood Park for the annual Back-to-School Popsicle Party. Don't miss this opportunity for students to meet and reconnect with classmates and for families to meet and mingle—and enjoy a refreshing popsicle. Teachers will be on hand to answer questions and gently used uniforms will be available … Continue reading Join us for the Back-to-School Popsicle Party at Wrightwood Park, Thursday, August 29
Continuing Tuesday, June 4-Thursday, June 6th, students in grades K-8 take the NWEA-MAP assessment in reading and math. The results are helpful, because they provide data about student learning progress. They also determine promotion for students in grades 3, 6, and 8. For 7th graders, they determine high school application eligibility. For the entire school, … Continue reading Final Week of NWEA testing for students