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ProspectorNow

The Student News Site of Prospect High School

ProspectorNow

The Student News Site of Prospect High School

ProspectorNow

KnightTV’s Homecoming Week Recap 2021

Katherine Lytle, Knight TV Sports Director September 20, 2021

Photo courtesy of Owen Walter

Toga Tuesday is back: more to know about hoco

Olivia Kim, Editor-in-Chief September 9, 2021

Sept. 18 will be Prospect’s first outdoor homecoming dance. Prospect hosted prom last spring in George Gattas Stadium, but this will be English teacher Danielle Menacker and French teacher Jenna Sanstead’s...

photo courtesy of Jeremy Morton

School Play Honors 20th Anniversary of 9/11

Kevin Lynch, Copy Editor September 6, 2021

The observance of Sept. 11, Patriot Day, will hold a special meaning this year as the United States remembers the tragic events of 9/11 20 years after terrorists working for Al-Qaeda hijacked four commercial...

Photo courtesy of Ashley Brown

New French Teacher Brings Enthusiasm

Marina Makropoulos, Online News Editor September 2, 2021

Ashley Brown, new French teacher, still remembers the first time that she saw the Eiffel Tower while walking down the street in Paris, where, at first, she was only able to see part of it from behind a...

Photo by PJ O’Grady

Bus Driver Shortage Reaches Prospect

PJ O’Grady, Executive Sports Editor August 31, 2021

Among the stress and worry for the start of the school year, the buses for the freshman and sophomore students didn’t help them much at all. Crowded bus stops, confusion, and unreliable bus times have...

Photo by Joey Delahunty

New Hub space opens in KLC

Joey Delahunty, Executive Online Editor August 17, 2021

As a part of Prospect’s sweeping summer renovations, a new collaborative workspace known as “the Hub” has been added to the KLC. According to Technology Assistants Alison McLaughlin and Marc Episcope,...

THE NEW NORMAL FOR SUMMER SWIMMING

THE NEW NORMAL FOR SUMMER SWIMMING

Jacob Siciliano, Online Editior-In-Chief May 28, 2021

“Arlington Heights is a swimming town” Superintendent of recreational facilities Steve Neill said. According to him, it's been that way ever since the WPA finished Rec Park’s swimming pool in...

photo courtesy of John Camardella

COLLEGE WORLD RELIGIONS NO LONGER OFFERED FOR 2021-22 SCHOOL YEAR

Marina Makropoulos, Online News Editor May 23, 2021

Pulling into a Dunkin’ Donuts drive-thru to get his coffee, the worker paused while handing World Religions teacher and former head basketball coach, John Camardella, his coffee and told him he was mad....

photo courtesy of Chris Cirrincione

CIRRINCIONE SAYS ‘ADIOS’ TO PROSPECT THIS YEAR

Dean Carlson, News Reporter May 20, 2021

Spanish teacher, Chris Cirrincione, will be leaving Prospect at the end of this school year. After working here for over four years, he will have the bittersweet ending he expected to have to have. Over...

A DIFFERENT LOOK FOR GRADUATION

A DIFFERENT LOOK FOR GRADUATION

Marina Makropoulos May 16, 2021

  Under the lights of George Gattas Memorial Stadium, Prospect’s class of ‘21 will be seated 6 feet apart in white chairs above the green turf.  When students walk up to receive their diploma...

SENIOR SUNRISE TO BE HELD AS 21 DAYS OF PRAISE CONTINUES

Genevieve Karutz, Executive Opinion Editor May 12, 2021

As students and staff continue to celebrate the 2021 senior class, a “Senior Sunrise” will be held at the George Gattas stadium on May 13 from 5:15 to 6:30 a.m. This event is a part of the 21 Days...

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