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Student writer reviews accomplishments from 2020-21 year

Gabriella Winans, Executive Feature Editor June 24, 2021

Behind the articles I’ve always been a people person. I enjoy being around others and hearing people tell their stories: the good times, the hard times, everything in between. Though it wasn’t until...

Journalists learn in virtual press workshop

Amanda Hare, Executive Editor-in-Chief June 19, 2021

To learn and improve for next year, five journalists from the online newspaper staff participated in an online University Interscholastic League Press Conference summer workshop from June 16 to 18. The...


Collin County Clerk Stacey Kemp preserves county records, founds genealogy corner

Christi Norris, Photo Editor May 21, 2021

Hundreds of large metal books line the walls and fill the shelves of the large underground room. A breeze drifts slowly throughout the endless aisles, keeping the records at an ideal temperature to preserve...

A phone displays Olivia Rodrigo's new album

Review: Olivia Rodrigo debuts solid, impressive album, ‘SOUR’

Amanda Hare, Assistant Editor May 21, 2021

The massive success of Olivia Rodrigo's debut single "drivers license" was unexpected to say the least. Rodrigo had done what seemed impossible, finding success in the musical world starting as a Disney...

Pausing for a moment in the school foyer, sophomore Claire Moore reflects on moving to Prosper from Orlando this past April. Now, she prepares for her junior year at a new school.

New student reflects on moving

Claire Moore, Reporter May 13, 2021

Coming to a new school, in a new state, six weeks before summer, is difficult.  However, circumstances constantly change, and life gets flipped upside down. I loved my high school and friends in Orlando,...

For this episode of the

Seniors answer new student questions

Emily Reish and Emma Hutchinson May 13, 2021

  On this very first episode of "Dear Freshmen," seniors Emily Reish and Emma Hutchinson listen to sophomore and recent transfer student Claire Moore's pondering questions about Prosper High School's...

On The Mic Episode 5 features Music Producer Carneyval

Emily Reish, Podcast Host May 4, 2021

  In this "On The Mic" podcast episode, host Emily Reish calls in music producer and Instagram and TikTok verified creator Carneyval. This podcast covers updates on his career and upcoming projects...

The Jimbo's Pizza sign hangs on the wall on the stage. One of the owner, Dago Rodriguez's, close friends made this sign for him.

Starting from scratch: local pizza shop owner builds legacy, continues Cinco de Mayo traditions with Celina event

Caitlyn Kennedy, Site Design Editor April 29, 2021

  At six in the morning, Dago Rodriguez, owner of Jimbo's Pizza, takes his clothes to the laundromat for the first time in about two weeks. He puts them into the washer, leaves for...

Displaying the school board's decision, the graphic explains the face mask policy for the 2021-2022 school year. The district announced April 19 that face masks will be optional for students and staff in the coming school year. “Personally, I think it’s great that they made masks optional because hopefully by that time everyone will be vaccinated if they’re able to,” junior Alyssa Clark said. “By making masks optional, people can choose the decision that works best for their lifestyle.”

District establishes masks as optional for 2021-22

Gabriella Winans, Reporter April 21, 2021

With the increasing availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, the district announced Monday, April 19, that face coverings will be optional for the 2021-2022 school year. While other districts took action...

This week, Earth Day takes place, as Prosper mother Tracey George waters her plants in her garden. George's goal is to create a sustainable garden of native plants, with the ultimate aim of helping local wildlife thrive.

Column: Communities come together, take action to celebrate Earth Day

Kalyani Rao, Journalist April 20, 2021

Our planet is a complicated place, boasting both constantly improving areas and ones that need a little more care. Issues like global warming, deforestation, air pollution and climate change have pushed...

Together, a mask and COVID-19 vaccination card sit on a black backdrop. The vaccination card is from a teacher who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine over spring break through the district. On Tuesday, April 13, J&J announced that they were pausing the rollout of their vaccine due to health concerns.

Johnson & Johnson vaccine rollout pauses amid health concerns

Caleb Audia, Reporter April 15, 2021

The widely distributed Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine has halted in its administering as a result of potential health hazards that could pose a threat to specific individuals. The pause on...

Standing in shock, junior Danielle Walls is crowned with the title of Teen Miss Princess of America at the Princess of America national beauty pageant in November 2020. This was only Walls' second time competing in a beauty pageant.

Center stage: Junior beauty queen claims national title, credits her faith

Gabriella Winans, Reporter April 15, 2021

She stood center stage. Her competitor waited next to her. The crowd went silent to hear the judges' final decision. Then, the call resonated through the speakers. Junior Danielle Walls had just taken...

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