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A Glimpse of Summer

A Glimpse of Summer

Haley Reed

February 25, 2020

As winter draws to a close, the dreary rainy days of Brush Prairie are being replaced by more and more beautiful sunny days. Mrs. Freed, a teacher and track coach, says that the weather has been “ So nice”. These sunny days have been happening more often, many are realizing the difference ...

Second Semester In Full Swing

Meri Dunford

February 18, 2020

With second semester underway, the seniors at Prairie High School are one step closer to graduation. This senior class has exciting things in store and many are already looking forward to starting college, so much so that remaining focused throughout the remainder of senior year can be a challenge. As is ...

Winter Break

Winter Break

Brady Gagnon

December 20, 2019

The Holidays are most people's favorite time of the year. Many families have traditions or fun things they like to do with friends and family. The last week of school before Winter Break, the 16th through the 20th, is a spirit week with holiday themes at Prairie. Some of the spirit days are Pajama d...

Giving Back For the Holidays

Giving Back For the Holidays

Haley Reed

December 13, 2019

  As the holiday break approaches, students are finding ways to bring joy into other’s lives. Prairie’s National Honors Society (NHS) has done this by annually volunteers for the Salvation Army as bell ringers at the Vancouver mall. Meri Dunford, the NHS president, finds volunteering enjoyable be...

School Wide Food Drive!

School Wide Food Drive!

Jamie Packer

December 9, 2019

The food drive This year for Prairie High School is December 2nd through the 17th. All the food goes to help the North County Food Bank.  “The food drive is run by all of the clubs here at prairie,” says Olivia WItherspoon, a member of NHS. “The main two clubs are National Honors Society and...

A Week Filled With Thankfulness

A Week Filled With Thankfulness

Ben Matson, Features Writer

November 22, 2019

Students and staff are getting ready for Thanksgiving break this upcoming Wednesday. As to be predicted, they are excited to have a break from their school schedules and to celebrate the holiday. Mrs. Homola, a teacher at Prairie, is, “excited to get away and have some free time,” as well as,  ...

National Signing Day

National Signing Day

Jamie Packer and Brady Gagnon, Features Writer

November 15, 2019

November 13 marked the beginning of the first signing period for athletes planning to play in college. Here at Prairie, there are two athletes who signed, Maya Davis and Sophia Carter. Carter signed to play at Western Washington University, and Davis signed to play at Humboldt University.  Being...

Halloween Adventures

November 4, 2019

Halloween all around the world is October 31st. This year it falls on Thursday. Halloween allows kids an adults all around to dress up and be who they want for a night.  “I like Halloween. It really gives everyone a chance to go out and dress up how they like.” said Sheldon Galipeau, a junior ...

Prairie’s Drama Club Prepares For A Big Show

Prairie’s Drama Club Prepares For A Big Show

Bridger Paradis and Anna Neal

October 24, 2019

Prairie High School’s Drama Club announced earlier this year that they would be showing “Curtains”, a play written by Fred Ebb and John Kander, during the first week of November. Actors are currently making their final touches before showtime.  The students in Prairie’s Drama Club, with the assistance of t...

Prairie’s Homecoming Court Shows New Faces

Bridger Paradis, Features Writer

October 17, 2019

Prairie’s 2019 Homecoming Court was announced last Thursday, when nominees walked into the Homecoming Assembly. Students voted earlier in the week and selected the nominees of their choice.  There were many new faces in Homecoming Court this year. During the last hour of school on Thursday, Prairie had a school...

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