Bulldog News

  • Breakfast Buddies

    On Tuesday, February 4th PES held their Breakfast Buddies event. From 7:15-8:00 parents and students shared breakfast together. After breakfast Ms. Hurst gave a presentation to parents about the concerns and dangers of social media and online content. Parents shared things they love about our school. Another great event at PES!

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  • Fabulous Friday

    It has been a fabulous Friday at PES as we enjoyed our new clubs this afternoon. The best way to end the week is by recognizing our Pawsitve Behavior recipients. Great Job bulldogs!

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  • Bulldogs showing Paws-itive Behavior

    Awesome job to the pictured bulldogs who were caught showing positive behavior at school this week!

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  • Paisley is our Spelling Bee Representive

    We are very proud of Paisley Beddingfield for representing PES in the spelling bee this week. She did an awesome job!

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  • Paws-itive Behavior Awards 1/13-1/17

    Awesome job to these Bulldogs who were awarded for showing positive behavior at PES. Great Job!

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  • First Positive Behavior Awards of 2020

    On Friday the first positive behavior awards of 2020 were given out at PES. We are so proud of our bulldogs who work so hard each day to do their very best at school; what an awesome way to start the new year!

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  • Bridgette Winstead is PES Leading with the Heart Recipient

    PES is proud to announce our Leading With the Heart recipient for the 19-20 school year: Mrs. Bridgett Winstead. Mrs. Winstead was chosen for her leadership and compassion that she shares with our staff and students daily. Here at PES we appreciate her smile and commitment to her job. Congratulations Mrs. Winstead and thank you for all that you do for our school, students and community.

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  • Check out all those Positive Behavior Rewards

    We are so proud of all the bulldogs who were caught showing positive behavior this week! Keep it up!

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  • Caden McKinley Recognized at BOE Meeting

    We are very proud of fifth grader, Caden McKinley for being recognized at the Board of Education meeting for being an excellent communicator and collaborator. Awesome job! #portraitofagraduate

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  • Breakfast Buddies With Ms. Hurst

    On Tuesday, December 10th PES held Breakfast Buddies; a time for parents to enjoy breakfast with their children followed by a short presentation from Ms. Hurst. This month Ms. Hurst shared information with parents about Social and Emotional Learning.

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  • Kindergarten Performs at Winter PTA Meeting

    On Tuesday, December 3rd at the PTA meeting our Kindergarten students performed Bob Humbug, The Christmas Grump, they did an amazing job. Great work Mrs. Price and students!

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  • 5th Graders Learn about Cyber Safety and Financial Reponsibility

    Fifth graders attended a cyber safety and financial responsibility workshop sponsored by KS Bank. Thanks to Tracey McKinley and her staff for visiting PES and sharing important information with our fifth graders. The Decorate the Pig competition allowed each fifth grader the opportunity to decorate a piggy bank with the requirement of the KSBank logo being visible after the pig was decorated. Mrs. Hurst and Mrs. Gurley judged the piggies and selected two pigs from each homeroom to be sent to the bank. The top three pigs will be voted on with the top pig being used in commercials for the bank and shared on social media! (All banks will be used for future student leadership fund raiser for donations by placing the pigs in classroom)Great job 5th graders.

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  • Bulldogs Show Positive Behavior

    We continue to have bulldogs showing their teachers and classmates what positive behavior looks like at PES. Awesome job to these bulldogs who received positive behavior referrals this week.

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  • Grace Baptist Host Bus Drivers

    This past week Grace Baptist Church hosted bus drivers from the Princeton district. We appreciate the generosity and hospitality shown to some of our school's biggest daily heroes: our Bus Drivers!

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  • Check out these Awesome Bulldogs!

    It has been an exciting week at PES and these Bulldogs make us all proud with their positive behavior choices! Keep it up Bulldogs

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  • Good News Friday

    We sure do love seeing all these positive behavior referrals this week! It has been a busy week with Red Ribbon dress-up days and Halloween but our students are still working hard to make awesome choices.

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  • Kindness Club Presents Donation

    The 5th grade Kindness Counts Club presented donations of socks they collected in October to Ben Olson for the Smithfield Rescue Mission. Way to show kindness, Bulldogs!

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  • Healthy Choices Lead to Sweet Dreams

    First graders in Mrs. Epps and Mrs. Barber's class know that healthy choices lead to sweet dreams, that is why they wore their pajamas to school today!

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  • The "Spice Girls" attend the JCEF Spelling Bee

    Great job to Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Murphy, Ms. Thornton and Mrs. Epps on their hard work and awesome representation of PES at the annual JCEF Spelling Bee.

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  • Making Healthy Choices is Super

    Our students love celebrating Red Ribbon Week and making a choice to live healthy lives. Today we wore our superhero clothing because it is SUPER to make healthy choices.

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