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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Hands raised in front of their faces, juniors Juliana Cruz and Samiya King check the contrast of their skin tones against their suits for a project for their American Sign Language class. The class requires distinct clothing, in order for people to comprehend hand signs. Students at Prosper are able to take the ASL course up to four levels.

Eagle Brief May 11 – May 25

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief
May 12, 2023
Students walk the hallways of Prosper High School underneath a poster reading Mental Health Awareness Month. May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Posters raising awareness and offering support for students who may be struggling line the hallways. In addition, counselor Stephanie Clayton will be featured in an upcoming Eagle Nation Online podcast covering topics of interest for students concerning mental health. Keep reading ENO for those publication details, which should be released soon.

Eagle Brief May 4 – 11

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief
May 4, 2023
As the hallway fills with students, multiple extracurricular groups are sent off to state and national level competitions. The send off on Monday, April 24 featured archery, students competing at state for VASE, FFA teams, and extracurricular athletics teams. Percussion students led the sendoff.

Eagle Brief April 27 – May 4

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief
April 27, 2023
Monday, April 17, a sendoff was held for the robotics team in honor of their advancing to the first Robotics World Championship, which will be held April 19-22 in Houston. 5411 RoboTalons and 9105 TechnoTalons will be competing with the top robotics teams from over 20 countries. This is the first time in PHS history that two teams have qualified for worlds.

Eagle Brief April 20 – 27

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief
April 20, 2023
Pictured above from left to right: Scott Platt (mentor), Enrique Elias (mentor), sophomore Ajayharshil Sivachandar, junior Jack Cooksey, sophomore Aaron Milholland, sophomore Jack Demeterio and freshman Taha Nil. Prosper has an Engineering Team that is divided into two “competitions”, being Solar Car and First Robotics Competition (FRC). This year the robotics part of the team was also divided into two: RoboTalons and TechnoTalons. The team is pictured holding the Highest Rookie Seed Award, which is given to the rookie team that was highest ranked at the event.

Eagle Brief April 13 – 20

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief
April 13, 2023
Last week SkillsUSA traveled to Corpus Christi to compete at the state competitions. Students competed in Additive Manufacturing and Medical Assisting, and prepared exhibits in 2D/3D Animated Short Film, Web Page Design, Engineering Design, and Health Sciences. The students all won State Superior Awards! Left to right: freshman Allison Shao, sophomore Ashley Lane, senior Brielle Brown, sophomore Niva Malthankar, freshman Anish Moilla, sophomore Manish Sriram, junior Bryan Nam, sophomore Cheralatan Saravanan, sophomore Puranjay Prashanth, sophomore Braden Lopez, senior Rakshan Palanikumar and junior Shriyans Reddy Pendli.

Eagle Brief April 6 – 13

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief
April 6, 2023
The District 5-6A Tennis Tournament finished, and the Prosper Eagles did fantastic. They are next heading to Regionals. From left to right: senior Carolina Glasgow, senior Rachel Rajamoney, senior Ivanna Avendado, junior Marianna Avendano, team manager and senior Jillian Royster, sophomore Nicole Steel, junior Vivienne Bernecker,
sophomore Ava Dilouie and senior Siena Kiro.

Eagle Brief March 30 – April 6

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief
March 30, 2023
Following the awards ceremony of the Winter Guard International (WGI) Tulsa competition, JV and varsity winter guard members take a group photo with their trophies. Teams performed their shows in the competition on March 4, with both trams advancing to finals. The JV placed 3rd in Scholastic Regional A and varsity placed 10th in Scholastic A. Students in the photo include, Sophia Adams, Nora Vedder, Megan Broyles, Brinley Berkenbile, Kaylee Song, Sammie Munoz, Raegan Meyer, Makenna Boushey, Bella Koakowski, Mya Brim, Kiera Payne, Adison Ewell, Addyson Bergman, Jayden Howeth, Camille Torres, Cora Oyakawa, Klarissa Warren, Annika Spencer, Molly Coombs, Sarah Coombs, Elizabeth Giasolli, Carter Hollman, Addison Didonato, Brooklyn Didonato, Emma Tranka, Sam Mitchell, Lyla Kate Plasky, Makenzie Jones, Macey Martin, Izzy Savage, Kamden Setters and Madelyn Rutledge.

Eagle Brief March 16 – 23

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief
March 16, 2023
With instruments in hand, the Rushing Concert Band 1 performed their UIL pieces. The middle school Pre-UIL Competition was hosted at Prosper High School. I think we did great, seventh grader Giulianna Galante said. This practice was great, and allowed us to prepare for the real thing.

Eagle Brief March 2 – 16

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief
March 3, 2023
With a National Speech and debate Association District Qualifier plaque in hand, junior James Kim stands with his teammates – freshman Aaditya Ananth, junior Jamie Obala, junior Kaya Miller, sophomore Avery Parker and junior Sasha Zhindon, after the congress district tournament. Kim ranked second in the senate room. NSDA will host the national tournament June 11-16 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Eagle Brief Feb. 23 – March 2

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief
February 23, 2023
Ribs in hand, seniors Richard Brainard and Damian Arevalo lift the hood of the grill as it cooks their next batch. These competitors prepared this food  during a sixth-period practice session on campus. What we just put on the rig was two racks of ribs, which we have double-wrapped in foil, junior Connor Gil said. A stick of butter – sliced up, some super-fancy apple juice, and a can of coke that melts, gets hot and makes steam, and it goes back into the ribs to make them super moist. The Prosper Pitt Masters, currently holding the No. 2 ranked brisket in the high school barbecue circuit, will attend competitions March 31-April 1 in Mansfield and May 5-7 in Round Rock.

Eagle Brief Feb. 9 – 16

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief
February 9, 2023
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