Lake Prairie Elementary School
LOWELL | Lake Prairie Elementary School students were supplied with bottled water Wednesday after taps began discharging murky water there late Tuesday.
LOWELL | The sale date for $750,000 in general obligation bonds to fund an elementary school addition in the Tri-Creek School Corp. has been set for Dec. 3.
LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Board is moving forward with an estimated $1.6 million project that will add three classrooms to Lake Prairie Elementary School.
LOWELL | Some Lake Prairie Elementary School faucets delivered black water late Wednesday morning forcing water fountains to be turned off.
LOWELL | Tri-Creek schools is proposing a $14.8 million levy to cover a proposed $37.8 million budget.
LOWELL | Teacher Mary Ann Sytsma received a grant this past school year from the Tri-Creek Education Foundation for all Lake Prairie Elementary School fifth-graders to “Rendezvous with a Comet.”
LOWELL | Lake Prairie Elementary School will host a blood drive March 26.
LOWELL | When Lake Prairie Elementary School opens its doors to students Monday, all drinking fountains will be turned off due to black water, officials said.
LOWELL | Tri-Creek School Corp. officials wanting to solve recurring black water issues at Lake Prairie Elementary School are looking at tapping into Lowell municipal water as an option.
LOWELL | For those who had not yet seen the black water from fountains and sinks at Lake Prairie Elementary School a week ago, Valerie Wilczewski brought a bottle Thursday to a public meeting.
LOWELL | Black water coming from taps and drinking fountains at Lake Prairie Elementary School has parents, including Valerie Wilczewski, worried.
Lake Prairie Elementary School third-graders Katie Schuster, left, and Mackenzie Mantel, center, make posters April 19 for an anti-truancy campaign at the school near Lowell. The district plans to install one student's winning design on a prominent billboard in September.
Lake Prairie Elementary School third-grader Alexa Henke makes a poster April 19 for a contest intended to promote good attendance. This is the second year Tri-Creek School Corp. has offered the contest.
LOWELL | They may not have been boucing off the walls, but there was plenty of flubber in Jennifer Hayworth's fourth-grade "slime lab" Thursday.
LOWELL | Munster Steel Co. has backed away from plans to locate on 20 acres next to Lake Prairie Elementary School.
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