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A screenshot shows Peter Marks, the Director of the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research within the Food and Drug Administration, and FDA commissioner Janet Woodcock talking in a virtual press conference with student journalists on May 18. The press conference came after the FDA announce on May 12 that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine would now be available to children of ages 12 to 15. "The FDA will continue to work diligently to protect the health and safety of Americans of all ages and we’re committed to making decisions that are guided by science people can trust," Marks said. "We know that working together, we can overcome the challenge of COVID-19.”
FDA lowers Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine age to 12, holds virtual press conference
Amanda Hare, Assistant Editor • May 19, 2021

In another step to fight COVID-19, the Food and Drug Administration authorized the extended use of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for children...

Sitting in the bed of his truck for his senior pictures, senior Joshua Walker smiles. Walker plans to follow in his cousin
Graduation to infantry: Senior follows in cousin's footsteps, joins U.S. Marine Corps to serve, learn
Gabriella Winans, Reporter • May 19, 2021

Growing up surrounded by inspiration from his cousin, a sergeant and infantryman in the United States Marines, senior Joshua Walker has had an interest...

Binder open, junior Molly Baugher pours over her notes before the Poultry CDE competition. "After high school I want to major in Animal Science," Baugher said. "This contest helps take what we learn in class and apply it to skills we need for our careers." The state competition was Tuesday April 28 at Texas A&M University.
Sun up to sun down: Junior competes, reflects on FFA season
Rusty Joe Gonzales, Entertainment/Video Games Beat Reporter • April 30, 2021
After their second game of the season, the Prosper Bowling Team gathers in front of the lanes at the Plano Super Bowl. Their last competition took place March 20. Pictured here is Coach Mickie Tate, Coach Daniel Simons, Aaron Coleman, Roman Salinas, Jayden Okwesa, Dylan Bell, Noah Nelson, and Coach David Coleman in the top row. The bottom row holds Naiya Okwesa, Chesney Stinnett, Sydney Topper, Ashley Coleman and Hailey Herron. "My favorite part about the team is the team itself," Herron said. "Everyone was so welcoming, and they are some of my best friends."
Bowlers 'strike' down competition together
Alyssa Clark, Social Media Director • March 25, 2021
A graphic made by junior Soomin
Asian-American Heritage month brings resources, time to end acts of violence, hate
Soomin Chung and Christy Escobar May 18, 2021

Gunfire echoes as screams flood through the streets. Confusion and chaos surround the scene as eight victims lie wounded....

Dancing in the street, junior and Jimbo
Celina town square celebrates Cinco de Mayo
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