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Prairie and Battle Grounds’ Rivalry Continues

Anna Neal and Bridger Paradis

October 10, 2019

Tensions rose before the football rivalry between Prairie and Battle Ground High School. Students from each school participated in vandalizing each others’ school spirit rock, while protecting their own.   Late Thursday, the night before the rivalry football game, many Prairie students particip...

Prairie’s New Crimson Crew Unifies Students

Prairie’s New Crimson Crew Unifies Students

Bridger Paradis and Anna Neal

October 3, 2019

Prairie’s new organization called Crimson Crew encourages students to become more involved in the school. The Crimson Crew shows kindness and respect to student athletes by attending sporting events that do not earn much support.  The number of students involved in the organization is growing e...

Ap Calc Students Take Pre-Ap Test

Ap Calc Students Take Pre-Ap Test

Deza Laungphasy, Features Editor

May 16, 2018

  The advanced placement test for calculus students is coming up in less than a week. Students got an opportunity to take a pretest to get a feel of what the test will be like. The test took approximately 3 hours and was held in Mr. Oman’s classroom after school. Ap Calc senior, Erik Mingus says, “I think...

Mr. & Ms.Prairie

Mr. & Ms.Prairie

Crystan Marchel, Features Writer

May 10, 2018

On Friday May 4 2018, Prairie had its annual Mr. & Ms.Prairie Pageant. This is event is ran by ASB students. To pick the candidates, senior girls and guys fill out an application and then are chosen based off their applications. In this years pageant, the candidates where Vanessa Munson, Ally...

Annual Plant Sale

Annual Plant Sale

Maureen Marquez, Features Writer

May 10, 2018

    Prairie’s annual Plant sale was on Saturday, May 5th, at the Prairie Greenhouse. The sale was from 9am-2pm. It was hosted by the FFA (Future Farmers of America) program. We asked a couple FFA members to share some insight about the sale.     Senior, Baylee Saldino, has been in FFA...

Dress Code

Dress Code

CJ Marchel, Feature Writer

May 8, 2018

  As the weather gets warmer the dress code is beginning to get ignored, students are dressing to weather however they like. Administration is beginning to crack down and enforce the dress code harder than before. A big issue regarding the dress code is that girls feel like boy get more le...

Jog for Hogs

Jog for Hogs

Deza Luangphasy, Features Editor

April 26, 2018

Key club hosted “Jog for Hogs” on April 21st. It is a 5k Run/Walk to benefit the HEIFER foundation. The course is a paved Renaissance trail along the beautiful Columbia riverfront. All of the proceeds will be going towards the HEIFER foundation. One of Key clubs officers senior, Chelsey Le, sa...

Teacher Feature: Mr.Baker

Teacher Feature: Mr.Baker

Cyrstan Marchel, Features Writer

April 26, 2018

Mr.Baker is a funny, outgoing, and loved teacher, is now retiring after 10 years of teaching at Prairie High School. Not only does he teach at Prairie, but he was also the varsity football coach. Known for his humor, Mr.Baker always gives his classes a good laugh. Telling jokes, and showing videos that ...

Senior Meeting and Countdown

Senior Meeting and Countdown

Maureen Marquez, Features Writers

April 26, 2018

On Wednesday, April 18th, seniors attended the Senior Meeting which was held in the auditorium. The purpose of the meeting was to go over important dates and deadlines leading up to graduation, which will be on June 12th. We asked a few seniors to share some insight on the meeting with us.  ...

The Blood Drive

The Blood Drive

Blaine Ivers, Features Writer

April 26, 2018

The blood drive is a way for students and teachers to help their community and help save lives. This event is very important for the school as well as  the people that have received help from the blood drive. Connor Wood, senior, donated blood on Friday and was happy to do so. Connor said that this ...

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