Tiger Spotlight

Tiger Spotlight

Middle School Trip to the Past

Prescott Middle School Students to a trip to the past and visited several historical sites in our valley!

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    Middle School Trip to the Past

    Prescott Middle School Students to a trip to the past and visited several historical sites in our valley!

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    5th Grade Moving Up Ceremony!

    Yesterday, we held our fifth-grade moving-up ceremony to celebrate Prescott's 14 fifth graders. Each student received a superlative award to honor their hard work, gifts, and dreams. The students had the pleasure of being addressed by Mr. Bradford who shared words of encouragement and advice for their years to come. Ian Campos and Addilyn Chabre did an amazing job speaking at the ceremony. They congratulated their classmates and shared beautiful memories from this year. They felt grateful for all of the staff and families who showed up to support them on their special day! Congratulations, 5th-graders. Ms. Romero loves you!

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    Ayala goes to STATE in the hurdles!

    Salvador Ayala represented Prescott Tigers at 1B Regional Track Meet in Spokane and qualified for STATE competition where he will compete in 110 Hurdles!

  • Freshman class

    Freshman Class gives time!

    Prescott's Freshman Class gave their time on a community service project. They packed 2,640 pounds of pinto beans at 2nd Harvest in Pasc! This will provide 2,200 meals for needy families in Southeast Washington. 1 in 6 children and 1 in 9 people in Walla Walla County are food insecure.

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    Awesome Guest Speaker in 5th grade!

    Prescott 5th Graders enjoyed an awesome visit from Chris Eckstadt from the Walla Walla Rural Library District! They asked Chris to come back and visit SOON!

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    Artists at Prescott

    Prescott students are so lucky to have Tia and Amanda and the Artists in Residence Program! This exciting opportunity has given our students additional hands-on experiences in Art. Prescott students.

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    Music Program takes home Awards

    High School and Middle School Band brought home 2 Superior ratings and 3 Excellent ratings from the SEWMEA Regional High School Band Festivals in March!

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    Prescott Honor Roll

    Congratulations to our Prescott Honor Roll Students.

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    Our Library

    Our Prescott School Library is a magical place! Our students visit every week to discover new authors and find old favorites.

  • 5th Grade grad

    5th Grade Moving Up Ceremony!

    Yesterday, we held our fifth-grade moving-up ceremony to celebrate Prescott's 14 fifth graders. Each student received a superlative award to honor their hard work, gifts, and dreams. The students had the pleasure of being addressed by Mr. Bradford who shared words of encouragement and advice for their years to come. Ian Campos and Addilyn Chabre did an amazing job speaking at the ceremony. They congratulated their classmates and shared beautiful memories from this year. They felt grateful for all of the staff and families who showed up to support them on their special day! Congratulations, 5th-graders. Ms. Romero loves you!

  • Salvador

    Ayala goes to STATE in the hurdles!

    Salvador Ayala represented Prescott Tigers at 1B Regional Track Meet in Spokane and qualified for STATE competition where he will compete in 110 Hurdles!

  • Freshman class

    Freshman Class gives time!

    Prescott's Freshman Class gave their time on a community service project. They packed 2,640 pounds of pinto beans at 2nd Harvest in Pasc! This will provide 2,200 meals for needy families in Southeast Washington. 1 in 6 children and 1 in 9 people in Walla Walla County are food insecure.

  • 5th  Grade

    Awesome Guest Speaker in 5th grade!

    Prescott 5th Graders enjoyed an awesome visit from Chris Eckstadt from the Walla Walla Rural Library District! They asked Chris to come back and visit SOON!