Eagle Brief: April 25 – 29


Amanda Hare

Running down the field, junior Jack Deaton holds the ball in his lacrosse stick. Deaton plays as a middie. The boys and girls lacrosse teams played each other Friday, April 15, in a charity game.

Amanda Hare and Alyssa Clark

Eagle Update


  • Varsity tennis will compete in the state tournament away, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 26 and 27
  • Varsity baseball will play McKinney Boyd home Friday, April 28, at 7:30 p.m.
  • The Prosper Education Foundation has set aside funds for students in AP, Dual Credit and CTE courses. AP students can apply to have their test fees paid for by using this form. Dual Credit students can apply to have their Fall 2022 tuition paid for using this form. These two applications are due May 1 by midnight. For students taking a second industry based certification, students may talk to their CTE teachers for scholarship reimbursement.
  • Juniors and seniors can buy their prom tickets here, and the deadline for tickets is May 2. Prom will be May 7. Anyone bringing a non-PHS student must fill out this form before buying the tickets.


  • SkillsUSA collected donations of full shampoo bottles for Neighbors Nourishing Neighbors for two weeks, ending this Friday, March 22. Results of the donations will be announced soon.
  • CTE organizations that competed and placed in regional and state competitions this semester will be honored next week. There will be having a sendoff at 9:55 am next Thursday, April 28th. Organizations included are DECA, HOSA, TAFE, BBQ, SkillsUSA, Robotics, ENO and ENN.


The Prosper Eagle Mighty Concert Bands competed in the UIL Concert & Sight-reading Competition at Centennial High School last week. All three bands received unanimous Superior ratings by six judges. Superior ratings are the highest score possible. (Photo Courtesy of Brandon Holt)


Over the past several weeks, the FFA students have been traveling around the state to prepare for the Area FFA judging contest. Last week the team competed and qualified several teams for State. For first in area in entomology, Michael Factor and Logan Payne moved on. In poultry evaluation, students Cameron Sanchez, Zoey Campbell, Molly Baugher, Lauren Marr and Carson Weyandt moved on. In land evaluation, Mackenzie Ciancia moved on. In livestock judging, students Dylan McCutcheon, Kyndall Scott, Jonathan McCutcheon and Brian Thomason moved on. In veterinary medical applications, students Kaitlynn McDerrmott, Ashley Manganilla and Carley Ebeltoft moved on. (Photo Courtesy of Joe Molina)