Eagle Brief Nov. 11 – Nov. 16

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Eagle Brief Nov. 11 – Nov. 16

Members of the Dallas community have set up dates to help out the tornado-hit communities and have issued many non-profitable organizations that aid in the clean up needed. On Friday Nov. 2, members of the local Church of Jesus Christ, including Prosper students, went to help clear debris.

Members of the Dallas community have set up dates to help out the tornado-hit communities and have issued many non-profitable organizations that aid in the clean up needed. On Friday Nov. 2, members of the local Church of Jesus Christ, including Prosper students, went to help clear debris. "Serving together not only unites the people you work with but is also a great way to humble yourself and help others," volunteer and junior Rylie Withers said. In addition to efforts like those pictured, Prosper students donated more than $700 in funds to donate to Thomas Jefferson High School, which took a hit from one of the tornado incidents that hit North Texas Oct. 24.

Christi Norris

Members of the Dallas community have set up dates to help out the tornado-hit communities and have issued many non-profitable organizations that aid in the clean up needed. On Friday Nov. 2, members of the local Church of Jesus Christ, including Prosper students, went to help clear debris. "Serving together not only unites the people you work with but is also a great way to humble yourself and help others," volunteer and junior Rylie Withers said. In addition to efforts like those pictured, Prosper students donated more than $700 in funds to donate to Thomas Jefferson High School, which took a hit from one of the tornado incidents that hit North Texas Oct. 24.

Christi Norris

Christi Norris

Members of the Dallas community have set up dates to help out the tornado-hit communities and have issued many non-profitable organizations that aid in the clean up needed. On Friday Nov. 2, members of the local Church of Jesus Christ, including Prosper students, went to help clear debris. "Serving together not only unites the people you work with but is also a great way to humble yourself and help others," volunteer and junior Rylie Withers said. In addition to efforts like those pictured, Prosper students donated more than $700 in funds to donate to Thomas Jefferson High School, which took a hit from one of the tornado incidents that hit North Texas Oct. 24.

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  • 2019 Lone Star Emmy Student Production Awards – Saturday

Tuesday, Nov. 12

Wrestling

  • JV & Varsity Boys vs. Martin Dual Meet at PHS Arena – 5:00 p.m.

Volleyball

  • Regional Quarterfinals – varsity vs. Sachse at Plano Senior – 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday, Nov. 13

  • Teen Vaping & Drug Parent Seminar at 605 East 7th Street (Room 108) – 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 14

  • Special Needs Safety Fair at Folsom Elementary – 6:30 p.m.

Wrestling

  • JV girls Arlington Invite – 5:00 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 15

Football

  • Varsity vs. Wylie at Wylie High School – 7:00 p.m.

Swim/Dive

  • Varsity boys and girls vs. TISCA at Lewisville ISD Westside Aquatic Center – expected until midnight

Wrestling

  • Varsity girls vs. Arlington at Arlington Martin High School – 2:00 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 16

  • 2019 Lone Star Emmy Awards Show Live by Loews Hotel in Arlington

Swim/Dive

  • Varsity boys and girls vs. TISCA- Lewisville ISD Westside Aquatic Center- Expected Till Midnight

Wrestling

  • JV & varsity boys vs. Arlington High School at Arlington Martin High School – 10:00 a.m.

Uplifting

  • PHS theatre performed their play, Mamma Mia, and performed five shows. There were shows on Nov. 1, 2, 7, 8, and 9 at 6:30 in the PHS auditorium.

  • PISD shows up for the Out of the Darkness Walk to prevent suicide

  • The PHS Band traveled to San Antonio over the weekend of Nov. 3-4, for a final band competition before their marching season end.

  • Prosper held a blackout pep rally on Friday, Nov. 2. Students had the opportunity to buy two glow sticks for one dollar, and use them when the lights turned off.