We are so thankful for everyone — the generous alumni, parents, faculty, volunteers, board members, corporations, and foundations — who help The Prairie School excel every day. Your contributions of time and resources allow the School to provide students, teachers, and the entire Prairie School community with diverse opportunities and experiences. Thank you for your continued support and dedication!
Science & Service In Honor of a Former Student
At the end of February, Middle School students gathered to honor a former student, Emily Maki, who passed away in 2011. This year’s “Emily’s Day of Science & Service”, an annual celebration honoring Maki and her passion for community-building, welcomed … Continue reading
The College Fair Shows Students Life After Graduation
In a perfect world, we wouldn’t need air or train or even car travel — we could teleport where we want to go. High school students looking for the next place to continue their studies would be able to visit … Continue reading
Prairie Students Are Awe-SUM!
This past weekend Prairie was proud to send a team of students to Sheboygan for the state Mathcounts event. Rohan Peddamallu ’27, Cate Vaccaro ’27, Luca Castellano ’29, and Jillian Anders ’29 represented TPS in the competition. It was a … Continue reading
Prairie Featured on CBS 58
Don’t blink or you’ll miss it. That’s what my grandparents used to say on road trips whenever we were about to pass through a small town, my sister and I bouncing around the rear-facing seat in their wood-paneled station wagon. … Continue reading
All That Jazz
If you heard the faint sound of jams throughout Racine last week, they were definitely coming from Prairie! On Wednesday, January 25th, we held our annual Jazz Day — a rocking occasion where local schools and seasoned professionals visit campus … Continue reading
No Bones About It: Dinosaurs Are Cool.
No matter if you’re age 3 or 33, learning about these magnificent creatures is fascinating and maybe a little scary — it forces us to reexamine our place in the world. Recently, 5th graders in Joy Aragones’ classroom were treated … Continue reading