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Tiger Talk: Thank you for a good year

Elementary principal encourages active summer

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Pine River-Backus Schools Tiger Talk
We are part of The Trust Project.

The end of our school year is near. Thank you to all of our Pine River-Backus Tiger families for an outstanding 2021-2022 school year.

You have all been so patient, flexible, gracious and understanding over the last couple years as we navigated some tough times. You have been amazing to work alongside.

Things are much more "typical" around here, and that feels great. We accomplished so much and are looking forward to what the 2022-2023 school year will bring.

Remember to stay active this summer. Being outdoors is very healthy for your body and mind. Ride a bike, go for a run, go on a hike or just play in the yard. Find some friends and be active together.

Do not forget to grab a book to read to with your parents as well. Keep that brain active too.

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If you are new to the area and looking to enroll your student at PR-B or tour our campus, please give us a call at 218-587-4447. Enrollment information for students in kindergarten-grade 6 can be found online at  prbschools.org . There is a simple online form. You will hear from the office as soon as we get your form.

If you wish to enroll your preschool aged student (ages 3 and 4), we are still taking registrations as well. Go to https://prbschools.org/early-childhood/ ! If you have questions, call 218-587-8323.

Pine River-Backus offers a free, full day preschool experience that includes free meals, transportation and a terrific learning experience. We have a wonderful Early Childhood Center that has plenty of space for our kids to learn. Come check it out.

Here's to a great summer. See you all very soon.

Rick Aulie is the principal at Pine River-Backus Elementary School.

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