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Student passwords change for security purposes

Administration changed passwords on Oct. 2. Devices read 'Network not available' and caused students to scramble to reconnect. A security breach is the reason for the change.

Ryan Stanley, Assistant Editor

October 2, 2019

All student passwords were changed because of a security breach in the system. Here's how to reconnect: Ask your teacher, counselor or a librarian for your new password Click "Forget Network" on your device Wait at least a few minutes before reconnecting (suggested time: 10-15 minutes) C...

School to host ‘Sign the Beam’ event for PISD students ahead of Rock Hill opening

Rock Hill High School awaits its fall of 2020 opening in the midst of construction. There will be a

Haley Medeiros, Social Media Director

October 2, 2019

Junior Nikki Hansen started her last day of elementary five years ago at a newly built Cockrell Elementary. Now, she will end her pre-college years at the brand-new Rock Hill High. This Friday, Oct. 4, she will join other future classmates and students at Children's Health Stadium to sign a beam that...

Choir to start year on a high note at fall concert

The men of the Varsity Mixed Choir snap to

Isabella Abraham, Feature/Copy Editor

October 1, 2019

Choir members will unite to perform in their first concert of the year, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1 in the auditorium. Admission is free to all. "We would like to see PHS show up for us," choir director Crystal Chamberlain said. "This fall concert we will be displaying all of our choirs including lar...

Impeachment inquiry underway, disinformation campaigns continue to grow

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Ryan Stanley, Assistant Editor

September 27, 2019

1. An Impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump was announced Tuesday by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in response to a whistleblower complaint that raised concern over a phone call between President Trump and President Zelensky of Ukraine. During the call, President Trump urged the Ukrainian leade...

Gay-Straight Alliance Club hosts ‘Ally Week’ Sept. 23-27

The Gay-Straight Alliance club hosts Ally Week Sept. 23-27. They will hold an Eagle Time meeting Wednesday, Sept. 25, to introduce the club to those interested in joining.

Maddie Moats, Reporter

September 20, 2019

Group plans to focus on advocacy, service, outreach The Gay-Straight Alliance Club will sponsor "Ally Week" Sept. 23-27, along with an Eagle Time meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 25 in Seth Phillips' room, No. 2040, for anyone interested in learning more about GSA. As the GSA Club sets up for their new ...

Saudi oil attacks temporarily affect gas prices, New Mexico to vote on free college plan

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Ryan Stanley, Assistant Editor

September 20, 2019

1. Two Saudi oil facilities were struck by a possible combination of missiles and drones on Saturday. Houthi rebels based in Yemen claimed responsibility for the attack. However, the origin of the weapons remains uncertain, but strong evidence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who called the attack an "act of war," points toward Iran. Why this matters ...

Illness, death linked to e-cigarette use, new policy stops migrants seeking asylum

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Ryan Stanley, Assistant Editor

September 13, 2019

1. Vaping-related deaths reached six on Tuesday with symptoms relating to pulmonary illness. More than 450 cases of vaping-related illnesses are currently spread across 33 states. The Trump Administration responded by announcing a ban on the majority of flavored e-cigarette pods. The announcement came just days after the F...

‘Not a drill’

Prosper High School held students for six minutes during a lockout today, Sept. 12.

Gianna Ortner-Findlay, Reporter

September 12, 2019

Prosper students experience school's first lockout of year Due to a possible threat, the school went into lockout at 1:56 p.m. today, Sept. 12. The district's police department initiated the lockout due to reported information. According to an email sent to parents, a suspect was taken into custo...

Hope Squad plans National Suicide Prevention Week activities

Hope Squad plans National Suicide Prevention Week activities

Ana Arredondo, Editor-in-Chief

September 9, 2019

Every year, organizations such as the Lifeline and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) raise awareness for suicide prevention through the month of September. National Suicide Prevention Week will take place through Saturday, Sep. 14. The Hope Squad class arranged a series of a...

Hurricane Dorian strikes, new tariffs increase costs

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Ryan Stanley, Assistant Editor

September 6, 2019

1. Hurricane Dorian swept across The Bahamas for almost two days and left catastrophic destruction in its wake. As of now, the death toll stands at 30, but is expected to rise. The storm stalled over The Bahamas as a Category 5 hurricane with wind speeds of 185 mph, which decimated approximately 13,0...

New year brings dress code changes, tardy kiosks

Mrs. Hazlett gives an anonymous student a tardy slip. This tardy slip is required to get into class once you are late.

Kylie York, Reporter

September 6, 2019

With a new school year ahead of us, the school implemented new changes: tardy kiosk and dress code. Tardy kiosks are stations throughout the school where students report when late. Once the second bell rings, teachers are required to close their doors and students must report to the closest Tardy kio...

Students, staff to celebrate military at USA pep rally

Spirit leader Alyssa Gonzalez and a Prosper first responder hold the American Flag as the National Anthem is sung. The choir joined athletes and coaches on the field last Friday, Aug. 30, to sing

Isabella Abraham, Feature/Copy Editor

September 5, 2019

To honor first-responders, veterans and current military personnel, students and staff will recognize their service at the USA pep rally Friday, Sept. 5, beginning at 3 p.m. This activity marks the last start-of-the-year pep rally as a single high school district. As many as 30 servicemen and women...

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