Eagle Brief: March 5 – 18

Students to have spring break, professional learning day


Photo courtesy of Morgan Reese

Huddling around the photo booth, junior Mady Small and seniors Morgan Reese, Ashley Bledsoe and Alivia DiDonato attend the TAFE State Teach Conference. They competed at the state level. The first day of the conference was Thursday, March 3.

Alyssa Clark and Amanda Hare

Eagle Update


  • To see all upcoming sports, read junior Neena Sidhu’s weekly Sports Roundup here.
  • Students will not have school March 7 through 11 due to spring break.
  • Students will not have school March 15 due to professional learning.
  • There will be a district board meeting March 21 at the admin building at 7 p.m.


The Junior World Affairs Council virtually competed in the Dallas World Affairs Council World Quest on March 23 and placed ninth, 24th and 66th out of 74 teams. To prepare, the team had to study current topics related to world affairs, and had to compete out of their homes due to the snow. The Junior World Affairs Council is run by AP Humanities, AP World Studies and Honors World History teacher Shawna McCartney Day.

  • Prosper Team 1 – 66th place: Annika Karri (Captain), Avery Grayson, Caroline Wainer and Vidhi Bhojwani (Samaira)
  • Prosper Team 2 – 9th place: Chiemeka Nzewunwah (Captain), Hariz Nawaz, Diego Donald and Ashley Abrahams
  • Prosper Team 3 – 24th place: Sarayu Chitturi (Captain), Akil Dondapati, Sowmith Bonda and Ethan Binoy

5 students qualified and/or became a finalist in the 2021-2022 DECA State Competition last week on February 24-26 in Houston, Texas.

  • ICDC (International Career Development Conference) Qualifiers and state finalists: Amruta Soma, Mikayla Sexton
  • State Finalists: Yuktha Pemmasani, Akil Dondapati, Juliet Maldonado
CTE students have an opportunity to apply for an $1,000 scholarship by March 25. One essay is required. For more information, students can go to https://sites.google.com/view/ctent/home. (Photo Courtesy of CTENT)