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Eagle Eatery plans senior-citizen luncheon, serves weekly teacher meals

Cooking in the Eagle Eatery kitchen, juniors Makenna Brandvold and Ethan Lamoreaux prepares lunches for teachers. The Eagle Eatery sells teacher lunches every Tuesday and Thursday. “I have learned more about what it’s like to work in a professional kitchen and the food service industry as a whole,” Brandvold said. “It’s been a fun experience making the lunches. I’ve enjoyed being able to be a part of it.”
November 18, 2020

To celebrate and give back to the community, student organizations are working together to hold a senior citizen luncheon at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 2. Specifically, the Eagle Eatery members plan the...

News brief: Homecoming presents festivities, spirit days

Glittering in the light, a homecoming mum lays out in its feathery display. Homecoming week will be from Nov. 16 to Nov. 20. The homecoming football game is against Denton Braswell Nov. 20.
November 11, 2020

Update: As of Nov. 12, the homecoming parade is canceled. Due to a surge of COVID-19 cases, Prosper moved its homecoming festivities to the week of Nov. 16-20. Here's the rundown of all the spirit days...

Students head out to vote, create group
to encourage election participation

As the 2020 presidential election nears, sophomore Neena Sidhu has placed an
October 30, 2020

Record numbers of new voters have already taken their opportunity to go out and vote, and first-time-voter Cole Kindiger and his companions could be part of the reason young voters are making their opinions...

Editorial: Mail-in voting gives Americans safer option this election year

An illustration created by graphic designer Mark Chrissan depicts a voting sticker on a mailbox. COVID-19 has caused many citizens to stay at home instead of voting in-person this year. According to the attached ENO Staff-endorsed editorial,
October 23, 2020

  It’s crucial that each person’s vote is accounted for, whether it’s going behind a curtain or putting a ballot in the mail. But due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, voting in-person...

News Brief: Homecoming changes due to COVID-19

As the homecoming parade gets pushed back to Nov. 18, students have to wait to dress up and participate. This push back was caused by a surge in COVID-19 cases.
October 22, 2020

  Editor's note: This article was written Oct. 22, 2020. It is not updated to the current changes in the homecoming schedule.  After the announcement of the administration rescheduling...

NAHS students instruct acrylic-pour art workshop

As they swirl paint on a canvas, teachers create acrylic pour artwork in a workshop taught by National Art Honor Society students. The group held the workshop Oct. 8, and NAHS sponsor Judy Seay said she plans to hold more in the future. “A lot of the teachers were feeling really stressed, and they commented on how they would like to do art, and they don’t have time to do it,” Seay said. “I thought it would be nice for us to give them an opportunity to learn something.”
October 22, 2020

As they poured paint on the canvas, allowed the liquid to move its way, and left it to dry to show their colors, the National Art Honor Society students shared their knowledge on how to create acrylic...

Neighborhood protests pave way to HOA changes

The sun sets throughout Mustang Lakes after an email sent out to all homeowners announcing the opening of most amenities to open up for residents, following Celina's COVID-19 safety protocol. Ater months of protests and negative reviews, residents said they are relieved to be able to enjoy the amenities that they pay for with their home owners' association dues. “I’m definitely curious to see how they are going to handle the social distancing and sanitizing everything,” junior Karolina Rubio said.
October 20, 2020

Since the start of January 2020, the worldwide pandemic of COVID-19 has changed the way community children and students to adults and employees go about their normal lives. In Prosper, struggling jobs...

Theatre presents 1st virtual production with ‘Almost, Maine’

Sophomore Lauren Grammer performs while filming a scene for Almost, Maine. The production will be streaming on October 8, 9, and 10.
October 6, 2020

    “Almost, Maine,” the high school’s first-ever virtual production, has its opening night set for Oct. 8. The show will have performance viewings that will start on Thursday...

Gates of Prosper builds Phase II, to open in 2021

After COVID-19 delays, a section of Gates of Prosper Phase II construction nears completion. Venues like Starbucks and Tiff's Treats can be expected to open as early as Spring 2021.
October 1, 2020

  Editor's note: This is a developing story, more information will follow. This story was last updated on Oct. 1.  Since its grand opening in 2018, Gates of Prosper has become a community go-to...

Library requests name nominations, follows new procedures

Directions to the virtual book collection sit on a table in the newly renovated Future Ready Space. The Future Ready Space used to be the library, and now contains a new layout and a
September 25, 2020

With months of planning and renovating, the library has been remodeled into the Future Ready Space. The new space has brought the need for a new name, which the Future Ready Designers have asked students...

California wildfires rage on, cause families to prepare for evacuation

Smoke covers the California sky, as the
September 23, 2020

Thousands of families across California are prepared to evacuate their homes, while many have already evacuated, following the severe "El Dorado" wildfire that has burned across the state since Sept. 5....

Future Ready Space provides opportunities for students, accepts donations

A 3D printer sits inside the new
September 22, 2020

Inspired by a podcast and a thinking exercise, library and technology directors Leah Mann and Patrick O'Neil brainstormed how to infuse a "makerspace" into the school's traditional library model. They...

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