• Flashback Friday - Faculty Photo Challenge

    By Price Lab History on November 30, 2019
    1 Comment

    Today's flashback is a photo challenge!

    Though these photos are from the late 50s, many of these faculty were part of the Price Lab family for years to come.

    Even in these older photos some may look familiar.

    Let's see how many you can name.


  • Not just a school, but a way of life.

    By D. Michael Gohman on January 14, 2014
    5 Comments Fall 1951 we moved from Minot ND to Cedar Falls for the beginning of my 3rd grade.
    My experience may be somewhat more intimate than others as my father was a science teacher at the laboratory school from then until he retired and my Mother was secretary to the Dean of th...
  • Margaret Strubel and I shared a birthday

    By Doug Blair on January 11, 2014
    1 Comment During my high school days we were required to take a "foreign" language. I remember that the Spanish teacher had just arrived in CF. Maybe from that island just south of Key West. Her English was as difficult for me to understand as I'm sure my attempt at Spanish was for her. ...
  • Mrs. Albrecht's Memories

    By Myrtle Albrecht on December 01, 2013
    1 Comment As the wife of the high school principal, and mother of 4 MPLS students, my memory of MPLS is that it was a "home away from home" for us. From sporting events and dramas, to practices, performances, projects, and staff functions, MPLS was part of our family. The friendships I f...
  • My MPLS/NUHS FAMILY 1969-1978

    By Romorrow "RAM" Anderson on October 29, 2013
    Go comment! Aloha from Honolulu Hawaii, Pearl City Near Pearl Harbor. This is Romorrow, my life at MPLS/NUHS started at the age of 10 the same age and grade as my son Tre'vion. He is in 4th Grade. I would like to take this time to thank all my classmates and teachers and staff. You all had...
  • Memories of Joan Lawrence Teacher Aide Extraordinaire 1967-1993

    By Judy Finkelstein on October 07, 2013
    Go comment! We have lost a true friend. She was a good person through and through. I admired her so much for her work with the kids. They respected her and her ability to keep order on the playground and in the lunch room made such a difference for us when we got them back in the afterno...
  • Family Ties

    By Tyler Nielsen on August 26, 2013
    Go comment! I grew in CO, but my Dad (Jerel Nielsen) grew up in Cedar Falls and he and his siblings attended PLS as well as four of my cousins. When I was a kid, we would take tours of the school because my two uncles were faculty at the time. It was always special for me to see the schoo...

Have a favorite memory of MPLS? We'd love to hear it.

Share Your Memories button

Have You Thought About...

  • Why I Love Price Lab School
  • Fun at MPLS
  • Who really did it?
  • Memorable MPLS Teachers
  • NUHS Sports 
  • School Assemblies
  • Moving on to Graduation
  • Drama and Theatre 
  • Favorite Subjects
  • Was that in my Locker?
  • Backstage in Butzier Auditorium
  • What was I Thinking?
  • Crime and Punishment
  • Clubs and Activities
  • If the Green Tiles Could Talk
  • Did I Really Wear that to Prom?
  • Memorable Student Teachers
  • Classmates Gone but not Forgotten
  • The Lab School Legacy
What other memories of MPLS will you share?


Receive the latest news and updates in your inbox

Receive News and Updates