WHICH IS THE REAL P-TOWN?

Kelly Hueckman - 12.5.2019

Last month, Prentice High students may have noticed a rather unfamiliar face wandering the halls of our school. No, there hasn’t been a new student. Phillips senior, Maylie Jiskra, shadowed Prentice senior, Megyn Eisner, as a project for her publications class to learn about the differences between the neighboring schools. READ MORE

LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION! PSD PRESENTS 1ST ANNUAL VARIETY SHOW

Vivian Gehring - 12.4.2019

On the afternoon of Sunday, November 17, the sound of music and singing could be heard at the Ogema Town Hall  as the students from the Prentice School District (PSD) showed off their talents at the 1st Annual Variety Show [VIDEO]. The seats were filled as talents were displayed by students, from tricks and jokes to singing and dancing.

TALKIN' TURKEY

Noah Schantner - 11.28.2019

I recently conducted a survey in the Prentice High School about what students are thankful for. It was a fun way of trying to get into the mood for Thanksgiving. The survey received a wide variety of answers from feeling thankful for family and friends, to pets. There was more to it than that though, such as thanking the men and women that have ensured our freedom... READ MORE

PICTURE THIS: PHS STUDENTS & STAFF CELEBRATE STRENGTHS

Lauren Lallemont - 11.21.2019

On October 8, some students and staff went to the Sources of Strength workshop at NTC in Phillips. At this workshop, many students and staff members were educated about the new program. Sources of Strength is a leadership organization that has a ... READ MORE

ZIPP-ING TO GERMANY: PHS STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN EXCLUSIVE EXCHANGE PROGRAM

Vivian Gehring - ​11.20.2019
In August of 2020, two students from the Prentice School District will be travelling to Zittau, a city in Germany for a four-week-long foreign exchange program. They will spend these four weeks with a host family who may or may not speak English...READ MORE

FIGHTING HUNGER, ONE BACKPACK AT A TIME

Hannah Raab - 11.14.2019

In 2018, 29.7 million children in the United States were provided with reduced-cost or free lunches daily. For many of these children, school lunches may be the only meals they eat. The question is What do they eat on the weekends? The last thing children should have to worry about when they go home for the weekend is having enough to eat... READ MORE

MAKING BUCKETS AND HISTORY: AMY RING'S BATTLE TO BREAK BARRIERS​​

Kelly Hueckman - 11.12.2019

Athlete, teacher, coach, mother.  Amy Ring has covered it all, and hasn’t hesitated to prove it to Prentice High students. Since her arrival in 2012, Ring has taken over several positions in the athletic department, teaching middle and high school physical education while also coaching JV boys basketball before advancing to the Varsity coach. For the past few years... READ MORE

NOT A BUNCH OF DUMBELLS: PHS STARTS NEW POWERLIFTING CLUB

Kaden Hartmann - 11/12/2019

As the winter months roll around, most of the hype has been for the coming boys' and girls' basketball seasons, but not for a few high school students. There has been some buzz from some student athletes at Prentice High School about the possibility of starting a Powerlifting Club that would run through the winter for students who don’t currently participate in... READ MORE

COACH GREG SMITH: A SIMPLE NAME BUT A COMPLEX MAN

Kaden Hartmann - 11.1.2019

If you have ever been to a Friday night RLP Hawk's football game, chances are you have heard the boisterous voice of high school football coach Greg Smith. Smith, born and raised in the state of California first started getting involved with football while he was in the 7th grade when he started playing for the flag football team at his school. He started playing... READ MORE

RUNNING TO RAPIDS: HAWKS CROSS COUNTRY TEAM QUALIFIES FOR STATE

Lauren Lallemont - 10/31/2019

For the first time ever, the RLP Hawks girls’ cross country team is going to be attending Wisconsin State Cross Country Meet in Wisconsin Rapids. This meet is going to be on Saturday, November 2nd. Prentice hasn’t had a girls cross country team attend the state meet since... READ MORE

HAWKS CC TEAM ESCAPES BUS CRASH UNHARMED

Noah Schantner - 10.29.2019

The evening of September 26 proved to be a late night for the Prentice/Rib Lake Hawks’ Cross Country Team on the way back from a Cross Country meet in Baron.  At approximately 9:00 pm, the Rib Lake-owned bus was entering the village of Hawkins from the west on Hwy. 8 and a white truck struck the rear of the bus at a speed greater than 60 MPH... READ MORE


APPROACHING THE FINISH LINE: PRENTICE SENIOR KAITLYN ERICKSON IS RUNNING STRONG

Hannah Raab - 10.25.2019

​For many student athletes, their senior season of high school sports is something special. Everything means a little extra because, no matter what happens, it’s the end of their high school sports career. For the last three years, they’ve taken for granted how much time they have left, and now it hits them fast, that it’s almost over. The season is full of many “lasts.” The last season opener, the last home meet, and the last time running with the people they’ve...READ MORE

WHAT'S YOUR STRENGTH? PHS BREAKS THE SILENCE ABOUT TEEN SUICIDE​​​

Kelly Hueckman - 10.25.2019

On Tuesday, October 8th, a group of students from grades 9-12 traveled to NTC in Phillips to have training in a new program being introduced to the halls of Prentice School. The program, Sources of Strength, is a peer leadership organization with a mission to prevent suicide and create relationships between caring peers and adults... READ MORE

TOTEM POLE FAMILY NIGHT CONNECTS TEACHERS, PARENTS, AND STUDENTS

Lauren Lallemont - 10.25.2019 

On Tuesday, October 29, from 5-7 pm, Prentice Elementary School will be hosting a Totem Pole Family Night. It’s a great opportunity for the elementary students to come in with their families to enjoy a Taco Bar and start to create their part of the Totem Pole. “Totem poles tell a story and represent different cultures and beliefs. We would like our classroom totem poles to tell our own story about our families,” Michelle Hlavacek, the district’s Family Engagement... READ MORE

THE MAIN EVENT: MEET NEW PHS SCIENCE TEACHER MORIAH MAIN

Lauren Lallemont - 10.24.2019

Moriah Main recently joined the staff here at Prentice High School after the resignation of Quan Banh, our beloved long-time science teacher and school garden advisor. Main decided to step up to the plate as the new science teacher and the new school garden advisor. .. READ MORE

FOX NEWS: SLY RESIDENTS MOVE TO TOWN

Kaden Hartmann - 10.22.2019

Prentice has become home to a few new friends. A family of foxes recently sailed in to the town and decided to drop anchor this past summer. The foxes were reportedly seen as early as May this year. They have been sighted running through Prentice, as well as surrounding areas such as State Highway 13 and County Road C. The foxes can also be spotted...READ MORE

PHS STUDENT COUNCIL HOSTS FALL RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE

Vivian Gehring - 10.16.2019

Since October 2017, Prentice High School Student Council has helped employees of the Red Cross host the Blood Drive in the PSD Middle School Gym. The members of Student Council help by scheduling all of the appointments and signing in the donors. They help set up the blood drive when it starts, along with setting out treats for the blood donors and making food for the Red Cross workers. When the blood drive is finished, Student Council also works to... READ MORE

2019 HOMECOMING WEEK WRAP-UP: SENIORS SNATCH THE SPIRIT STICK

Lauren Lallemont - 10.14.2019

The 2019 PHS Homecoming Week started with a dance in Rib Lake on Saturday, September 28, and ended with a hard-fought football game on Friday, October 4.  Between these days, there were many fun dress-up competitions and activities. And last Wednesday, Homecoming royalty was announced as well. .. READ MORE

FLAMINGOS FLOCK LOCAL YARDS FOR PHS STUDENT COUNCIL FUNDRAISER

The Snoop Staff - 10.14.2019
After dark on September 17, a flock of plastic flamingos descended upon Jamie Spagnolo’s front lawn. Spagnolo, a Prentice resident and high school English teacher, was alerted to their arrival by his trusty labrador retriever, Rose, but it was too late to catch the culprits.... READ MORE

ONE CHAPTER ENDS AND ANOTHER BEGINS: OGEMA TEACHERS TRANSITION TO THE NORTH

Hannah Raab - 10.10.2019

The 2018-2019 school year proved to be the final chapter for the Ogema Elementary School.  The closing of the Ogema School occurred following the referendum approved by residents of the Prentice School District to build an addition to the Prentice School. As a result, the elementary students and teachers are all together in Prentice for the 2019-2020 school year. This building project is a significant development for the school, but it brings many adjustments for both students and staff. With the excitement of the new addition to the school, READ MORE

BUILDING LIFELONG SKILLS: PHS BUILDING TRADES CLASS CONTINUES WORKING ON HOUSE PROJECT

Kelly Hueckman - 10.7.2019

Just over two years ago, the Village of Prentice and the Prentice School Board worked together to arrange for the Building Trades class to attain land for their next project. The class, known to build and rebuild garages, sheds, and even houses around the community, began their 13th house on their newly-obtained land at the end of Knox Street in town this time ... READ MORE

2019 HOMECOMING COMPETITION MID-WEEK UPDATE: WHO'S ON TOP?

Hannah Raab - 10.2.2019

It’s Homecoming week at Prentice High. Competitions are in full swing and the school is buzzing with excitement for the big game on Friday against the Edgar Wildcats. There is action all around the school with people dressing up and constructing floats for the parade on... READ MORE