• Monday Memories - Student Teachers Teaching Students

    Posted: Apr 17, 2017
    Our featured memory today is this wonderfully written piece by Bob Brammer, Class of 1967. Price Lab School: Student Teachers Teaching Students  was submitted on June 13, 2013 and in it, Bob talks about wearing the "Lab Rat" label with pride, knowing that student teachers learning in our classrooms would go on to be wonderful teachers in their own classrooms, and all of it creating an atmosphere that made learning a fun and exciting experience.

    Memories like Bob's are a crucial part of collecting and preserving the history of Price Laboratory School. Won't you please take a few moments to share your memories with us? (You can easily submit them through the website: Share Your Memories.)


    We'd love to hear from you!
  • Monday Memories - We Need to Hear From You!

    Posted: Apr 03, 2017
    The "Our Memories" page at pricelabhistory.org is full of great stories from those that remember Malcolm Price Laboratory School and they are a vital part of our effort to gather and share the history of our school. 

    We'd love to hear your memories!

    Every recollection shared can help us with names, dates, events, and may help others recall their most memorable moments at PLS. Please consider writing up your memories and submitting them today.  (Click here for our easy to use submission page.)
  • Featured Memory - My Years at Price Lab

    Posted: Mar 20, 2017
    For our Monday Featured Memory we're sharing this submission from Cathy Henry (Toohey.)

    With a total of 6 children, the Henry family had at least one child attending the lab school for the 34 years between 1946 and 1980. With the changes in name over the years the Henry family had the somewhat unique situation of all attending the same school, yet graduating from 3 "different" high schools. (The oldest from TCHS, the next 2 from SCHS, and the remainder from NUHS.)

    You can read more of Cathy's memories here: My Years at Price Lab


    Then please consider submitting your memories of Price Lab through the "Our Memories" page. We need everyone's help to preserve our legacy and we'd love to hear from you! 
  • Featured Faculty - Eva May Luse

    Posted: Mar 06, 2017
    We have a new faculty profile to feature this week!

    Eva May Luse dedicated her life to education, eventually leading both the Laboratory School and the Department of Teaching from 1919 until her retirement in 1940. 




    You can read the fascinating biography of Dr. Luse on her profile page: Dr. Eva May Luse
  • Featured Memory - The Little Cottage on the College Campus

    Posted: Feb 20, 2017
    It's Memory Monday!

    Our featured memory was submitted by Randy Fossum in April of 2014.

    From the class of 1960, Randy entitled his recollections:

    "The Little Cottage on the College Campus or Even the Kindergarten Teacher was a Ph.D." 

    and shares his many fond remembrances of the lab school, the interaction between the school and those in the college, and the many influential faculty members that made the lab school what it was.


    You can read Randy's memory here


    We need your memories!

    As we work to collect and curate the history of the lab school we need your help. 

    Please visit the Our Memories page of the website and share your stories. Maybe you'll be the next Featured Monday Memory!
  • Featured Memory - MALCOLM PRICE LABORATORY SCHOOL (MPLS) By John Tarr

    Posted: Feb 06, 2017
    Today's featured Monday Memory was first submitted by John Tarr in June of 2013.

    A member of the MPLS Mathematics Department from 1961-1998 and serving as acting director for one year, his shared memories give us a wonderful look at our school from a faculty perspective.

    You can read the original shared memory here: MPLS - by John Tarr



    Then be sure to visit Our Memories and share your recollections.

    We want to hear from you!
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