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Alumni

The Prairie School has a national community of alumni, who are actively shaping the world—nationally or locally, publicly or quietly. In 1970, our first graduating class of 19 students, began their endeavors as young adults. Since then we’ve graduated close to 1,800 students. From authors to musicians, to doctors and lawyers, we’re amazed with the journeys and experiences our students have after graduating. Our alumni constitute a valued and important part of our school community. We celebrate this richness and encourage alumni to remain in touch.

Where Are They Now?


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Questions? Contact Jan Hagopian, Director of Alumni Affairs at 262.752.2533 / jhagopian@prairieschool.com.

Alumni Weekend

June 4 – 7, 2015 - Reunion Weekend is a great way to reconnect with alumni and friends. With special activities planned to welcome you “home” to Prairie, Reunion Weekend means attending a fun-filled party with many wonderful people who share your loyalties.

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Regarding the alumni event this year: is there any chance Mr. Sagadin or Mrs. Breech will come to at least one of the events? I've got Friday afternoon off as vaca so I can make the drive and put my Saturday toward alumni goodies.

I haven't made it to one of these in years and years (and I was the only one from my class when I did). Wwhen I missed last year due to business trip conflicts, I was very disappointed.

I'm really hoping some of our teachers of yore, who made such positive impressions(!!) will be able to come on out and visit again. :D
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Jan Levonian HagopianI will check and let you know when I find out.9 hours ago
Adam EmeryI'd come to a Ms. Breech event for sure!6 hours ago   ·  1

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Can you identify these basic locations on campus? #TPS Comment your answers below!

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Nico Hagopian1. Upper School 2. Mitchell Theater 3. Door 4 entrance 4. SRC 5. Lunch Room 6. JAC 7. Osiecki Soccer Field1 day ago   ·  4
John McDonaldDoor 4 huhh? How do you remember the numbers? I would have just called it the P.S. office.1 day ago   ·  1
Nico Hagopian22 years of walking around this campus will stick with ya1 day ago   ·  1
Dan BeckerWouldn't have a clue since most of what I see wasn't there in 1972.1 day ago   ·  1
John McDonaldI guess they go in order too. The theater is 2 because the Fieldhouse was 1. So then the Middle School door is 3 and the Primary School then is 4. Since I never went to Prairie for Primary School I never used that door regularly.1 day ago
Nate Warner4 was built during my senior year. 1 was after I left for college. 2 was just before I got to Prairie, I was in middle school in 3, art class in 5. Left of 6 was where I had PE (and Rummage!!); 7 was a full sized, though not top end, soccer field. :) Ah, the memories!! :D1 day ago
Christina RileyIntesting how things change. Middle school doors used to be entry to the upper school. The upper school building used to be a bunch of trees where they took senior photos. The new library used to be the circle where the late bus would pick you up and the new part of the field house was where the tennis courts were and couch Swanson's mantra was keep your racket on edge. The dining room was where Dorothy's cinnamon rolls ruled. The art room was where we built a haunted maze out of boxes. The theater was and always will be pat badgers home. The old library had 3 levels and we'd meet there for assembly each week and where jack Mitchell would tell us remember who you are and what you represent. The places have evolved the the memories are strong.9 hours ago   ·  1

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Can you describe your favorite Prairie teacher using only one word?

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Bob HenkesDad6 days ago   ·  7
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Natalie WinterleMom 😊6 days ago   ·  1
Becky LynnBonnie Benes - confidant Sandy Ferris - admiration Melody Owsley - inspirational Microphone drop, I'm out!6 days ago   ·  4
Becky LynnKeith, please share!6 days ago   ·  1
Nate WarnerSag.6 days ago   ·  5
Brittany LeeMom! Señora!6 days ago   ·  8
Chriss Jeremy StumpMary Lynn Rodgers. Butterflies. Flip flops. Love. Family.... Missed6 days ago   ·  1
Kanwardeep Singh KalekaSwani6 days ago   ·  4
Kyle ClarkMonsieur6 days ago   ·  3
Cory SebastianThe man, the myth, the legend... McKinney all the way.6 days ago   ·  6
Erin GenrichCory Sebastian it said one word lol!6 days ago   ·  1
Stephanie GonzalesEmpowering6 days ago
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Judy Fai-PodlipnikCompassionate= Madame McDermott; Witty= Marty Pols; Educational= Mrs. Breach5 days ago
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Adam KyleCompassionate - Mrs. Santalucia, Spirited - Mme. Price2 days ago

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Hang in there, gang. The recipes have all been submitted. Now they must be compiled and printed in a booklet. Then we will have to decide how to distribute them. Long live cinnamon rolls. Carol Malik ... See MoreSee Less

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Jennifer Andry DitterSo happy to hear this!! Thank you!1 week ago   ·  1
Taylor SkaggsI want a copy!1 week ago   ·  1

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