The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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Holding up their national qualifier plaques, sophomore Tanish Chauhan, junior Avery Parker and Junior Mahnoor Waqas. They competed in congressional debate. In total there were nine national qualifiers.

Eagle Brief: Feb. 26 – Mar. 3

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
February 26, 2024
Before the DECA award ceremony, seniors Keeley Dailey, Architha Yerragunta, Kaya Miller and Rithika Chakrapani are dressed professionally. The DECA state competition was held in Houston Feb. 15-17. Six students qualified for the international competition.

Eagle Brief: Feb. 20 – 25

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
February 20, 2024
As he looks at his laptop, DJ Jay Hall focuses on making the next selection for the pep rally. Hall is a DJ for hire at DFW Pro DJs. He made an appearance at the winter sports pep rally on Feb. 9.

Eagle Brief: Feb. 12 – 18

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
February 12, 2024
Preparing for a debate tournament, junior Katya Kondragunta reads over speeches. The PHS Debate Team competed at the Jasper tournament on Friday, Feb. 2 and Saturday, Feb. 3. There will be a Speech and Debate interest and informational meeting on Monday, Feb. 5 in the RHHS cafeteria at 6:30 p.m.

Eagle Brief: Feb. 5 – 11

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
February 5, 2024
At the PEagle, College Week begins. The week of Jan. 29 – Feb. 2, different colleges will have tables for students to visit. Read below for the specific colleges that will attend for each day.

Eagle Brief: Jan. 29 – Feb. 4

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
January 29, 2024
After the DECA district competition, the PCIS students gather and celebrate the state qualifiers. The district seven competition was hosted on Jan. 16 at the Irving Convention Center. The 58 students that qualified from PHS will compete at the state competition in Houston on Feb. 17.

Eagle Brief: Jan. 22 – 28

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
January 22, 2024
As she reaches forward, junior Duhita Sharma prepares for her next move. PHS Swim and Dive celebrated seniors on Jan. 10. Senior night and the last home meet of the season was hosted at the PISD Natatorium at 4 p.m.

Eagle Brief: Jan. 16 – 21

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
January 16, 2024
In the PHS arena, winter and spring sports will be introduced at Meet the Eagles. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 8, and will begin at 6 p.m. Athletes from the baseball, wrestling, track, powerlifting, softball, basketball, golf and soccer teams will be introduced.

Eagle Brief: Jan. 8 – 14

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
January 8, 2024
At the Prosper vs. Rockhill game on Jan. 2, head basketball coach Scott Imes performs a speech on sophomore and teammate Jaxson Little. Little is fighting leukemia, and Prosper has supported him with the hashtag #LittleStrong. The first 100 people at the Varsity Girls basketball game, and  the first 150 people at the Varsity Boys basketball game got a #LittleStrong shirt.

Eagle Brief: Jan. 3 – 7

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
January 3, 2024
In the Nest, senior Kaylyn Chung puts together Legos. There is a competition between the PISD high schools to donate toys to children for the holidays. The school of the most amount of Lego hearts built on their Lego wall will win.

Eagle Brief: Dec. 11 – 17

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
December 11, 2023
During the PHS volleyball game against Rockhill, head coach Ashlee McCormick directs a player. She was named Dallas- Forth-Worth All-Area Coach of the Year. She won this award alongside her player and senior Ayden Ames who was named DFW All-Area MVP of the Year.

Eagle Brief: Dec. 4 – 10

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
December 4, 2023
In the PHS gym, senior Courtney Reed gets ready to donate blood. Carter Blood Care works with the HOSA organization to host a blood drive for students today, Nov. 27. Seniors can get an honor cord for graduation if they donate twice – once in the first semester and once in the second semester. There will be another opportunity for 16-year-olds (with a parent-signed form) and 17-year-olds (and older) to donate in the spring. Every blood drive we do saves so many lives, HOSA sponsor and health sciences teacher Kelli Factor said. As you know, there is a massive shortage of blood available, so this really does make a difference for our community. Every pint collected can save up to three lives.

Eagle Brief: Nov. 27 – Dec. 3

Kaya Miller, Co Editor-in-chief
November 27, 2023
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