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AP Physics classes construct Rube Goldberg machines

AP Physics classes construct Rube Goldberg machines

Isabella Abraham, Copy Editor

May 16, 2019

The car hits a plank that raises a "Physics is Phun" flag, the finale for one of the Rube Goldberg machines created by students. Students in AP Physics took on the challenge of designing and developing Rube Goldberg machines, which they presented to their classes last week. These special contraption...

‘Muse’ theme of fashion show inspires designers and community

‘Muse’ theme of fashion show inspires designers and community

Kennedy Wyles

May 6, 2019

Strutting down the handcrafted runway, models showcased the looks of more than 40 student designers in Fashion II. The annual fashion show, named "Muse," took place Friday, April 26. Students began preparing for the show in early September. "The process before the fashion show was absolutely so stre...

Children’s Health announces partnership with school district

Children’s Health announces partnership with school district

Ana Arredondo, Reporter and Photographer

May 2, 2019

Children’s Health announced its partnership as the school district’s Official Pediatric Health Care Partner April 3. The agreement, which has been in the works for approximately six months, entails a 10-year sponsorship along with the naming rights of the stadium that is set to open its doors in...

Friendship Walk breaks down barriers, opens doors

Friendship Walk breaks down barriers, opens doors

Grace Williamson, Reporter

April 26, 2019

The Best Buddies organization will hold the annual community Friendship Walk Saturday, April 27. Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m., and the walk will go from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. “The walk is this Saturday, and it’s made up of all the Best Buddies programs in the D-FW area,” vice president and soph...

Academic UIL competes in regional competition

Academic UIL competes in regional competition

Kennedy Wyles, Reporter

April 23, 2019

After winning their first district meet in 6A, Prosper academic competitors attended the regional University Interscholastic League meet in Waco, Texas, Saturday, April 13. As a result of their work, six students are headed for state meet appointments in Austin in May. According to the UIL Academ...

Collin County releases details on student arrest

Collin County releases details on student arrest

Neha Madhira, Editor-in-Chief

April 11, 2019

Developing story As listed on their website, Collin County officials showed Chase Richard Tyson, 17, was booked into custody Wednesday, April 11, and students have started a petition on his behalf. The offense the county website listed in association with Tyson's information was "assault causes bodily inju...

HOSA, Carter Blood Care organize blood drive for students

HOSA, Carter Blood Care organize blood drive for students

Haley Medeiros and Isabella Abraham

March 28, 2019

Carter Blood Care and HOSA students will host a blood drive for students in the gym today, March 28. Students must be 16-years-old and older to participate in the blood drive and will receive a hall pass from their teacher for their specific time slot. "Carter Blood Care is the company that’s co...

Hope Squad program to come to Prosper after teen suicide

Hope Squad program to come to Prosper after teen suicide

Haley Stack, Assistant Editor

March 28, 2019

This article was originally published on Feb. 1, 2019. After a long time of struggling, 18-year-old Braden Speed took his own life Oct. 30, 2018. Students Hope Rasberry, Greg Valek, Kailee Walters, Laurissa Miller, Ashlyn Stokes, and Courtney Yates - along with members of the Speed family - now w...

Recycling program organizers ask students to avoid putting trash in recycling bins

Recycling program organizers ask students to avoid putting trash in recycling bins

Haley Medeiros, Reporter

March 26, 2019

The recycling program continues to reduce, reuse and recycle in its second year at the high school. However, teachers and students involved in the program said they find more trash in the recycling bins than paper or plastic. “The No. 1 thing is no food waste,” engineering teacher Donald Berliner said in...

Principal reinforces dress code rules over intercom

Principal reinforces dress code rules over intercom

Neha Madhira, Editor-in-Chief

March 20, 2019

After administrators said they noticed students continuing to break dress code rules, Principal Dr. John M. Burdett reinforced those rules this morning with an announcement over the intercom. "Any student out of dress code will have to either change into Prosper Greens, go to ISS or will receive ou...

Measles case reported in Prosper

Measles case reported in Prosper

Paige Ruder, Reporter

March 18, 2019

Developing story As flu season is coming to an end, Prosper residents may be facing a different threat: measles. A health alert has been issued by the Collin County Health Care Services after a contagious person was reported shopping at the Kroger on Preston Road, making this the 12th confirmed ca...

Prom location, cost and more to know before the dance

Prom location, cost and more to know before the dance

Haley Stack, Assistant editor

March 7, 2019

Junior and senior “Starry night” prom will be held at Southfork Ranch in Parker Saturday, April 6 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. “We will have an array of desserts, including the chocolate fountain, delicious frozen drinks and a GIF photo booth,” head of the prom committee Jennifer Delano said. ...

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