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Folds of honor fundraiser q and a

Folds of honor fundraiser q and a

January 25, 2019

To raise money for Folds of Honor, Prospect is holding a fundraiser where teachers get pied in the face. Each teacher participating has a partner, and the partner who has more money in their jar gets to pie the partner with less money in their jar. Q and A with Christie Sylvester, Head Librarian &nbs...

PE dance show dazzles under new leadership

PE dance show dazzles under new leadership

December 18, 2018

By Elizabeth Keane, Features Editor Being a soccer player, senior Ella Marzolf finds new experiences through taking dance gym. She has taken dance one as a sophomore and dance two for the past two years. For this years’ dance show on December 12th, Marzolf was in the opening and closing pieces as ...

What you missed in the news this week: part 1

What you missed in the news this week: part 1

December 10, 2018

By Anthony Romanelli, Executive Opinion Editor Crisis in the Kerch Strait: Tensions increase in Eastern Europe after the Russian military captured three Ukrainian Navy ships and 24 Ukrainian sailors. The ships were passing through the Kerch strait between Russia and the Russian-occupied Crimean Peninsu...

Administration changes lunch policy for second semester

Administration changes lunch policy for second semester

December 6, 2018

By Ryan Kupperman, Copy Editor  On Tuesday Dec. 4, 2018, Deans Mark Taylor and Lisa Soukup sent an email to every student emphasizing that off-campus lunch is a privilege, not a right. According to Taylor, District 214 looked at other schools across the country in order to form criteria that emp...

healthapalooza finds success with first year

healthapalooza finds success with first year

December 6, 2018

By Grace Baldino, Online Editor Feeling fake boobs for lumps is something sophomore Lucy Hewitt didn’t think she would be excited about, nor thought she would do in high school; however, on December 3, the Amita Health group brought in prosthetics for a mammogram booth. The booth was one of twenty that ...

French week leaves mark on prospect

French week leaves mark on prospect

December 3, 2018

By Elizabeth Keane, Features Editor Being from Montreal, a French-speaking country other than France, French teacher Giselle Drpich is especially passionate about celebrating the culture from other places of the world. Therefore, 35 flags of French-speaking countries were placed around the whole school...

Course selection Q and A with Assistant Principal Kara Kendrick

Course selection Q and A with Assistant Principal Kara Kendrick

December 3, 2018

By Jenna Koch, Executive Entertainment Editor Associate Principal Kara Kendrick Q: How does administration choose which classes are offered? A: Some of it is done at the district level, some of it is done in house. A lot of it is related to student interest.   Q: How does administration choose what classes to get rid of? A: An English class that’s equivalent to a duel course do...

Scrubs club hosts first guest speaker

Scrubs club hosts first guest speaker

November 12, 2018

By Angelina Jasinski, Entertainment Editor This past Wednesday Scrubs Club had their first speaker, Dr. Hannah Graham, a Family Physician, come to Prospect and give insight on what it’s like to be in the medical field and other information as well. As one of the executive members of Scrubs Club, junior ...

Local restaurant Eros closed

Local restaurant Eros closed

November 12, 2018

By Ryan Kupperman, Copy Editor “When we found out Eros closed, one of the guys was up there eating lunch with his wife and he called me and says ‘You won’t believe it. I got here at Eros and there is a sign on the door, says ‘last day. We are closing as of today,’” Fred Lussow Sr., retire...

Prospect Marching Knights showcase playing abilities after performance in Atlanta

Prospect Marching Knights showcase playing abilities after performance in Atlanta

November 9, 2018

By Rachel Zurbuch, Staff Writer Prospect Marching Knights (PMK) performed in Atlanta, Georgia’s Bands of America competition and scored 5th in finals, their highest score in 11 years. The PMK have been working since last spring to get their program together for their competitions this year. Th...

Poinsettia fundraiser fuels orchesis

Poinsettia fundraiser fuels orchesis

November 7, 2018

By Adrianna Briscoe, Staff Writer For the first time at Prospect High School, Orchesis is having a poinsettia fundraiser. With the holidays right around the corner, Orchesis director Melanie Monnich thought it would be a great idea since poinsettias are very popular during the Christmas season. “I ...

Medical Students Raise Money for Patient Care Packages

Medical Students Raise Money for Patient Care Packages

November 2, 2018

By Marissa Provenzale, Staff Writer Brownie skulls, popcorn monster hands, creature Rice Krispies, and other sweet goodies covered the Scrubs Club bake sale table outside the cafeteria Tuesday, Oct. 30, and Wednesday, Oct. 31. After receiving the generous amount of $400 from the Parent and Teacher...

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