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  • September 24Thanksgiving Break, Nov. 22-23

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Honoring America’s Heroes

Honoring America’s Heroes

Maya Davis, News Writer

November 14, 2018


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The Associated Student Body is planning Prairie's first serious event of the year. On Nov. 13, Prairie’s annual Veteran’s Day assembly allows students to show appreciation for America’s heroes. The event consists of multiple songs, speeches, and gifts to celebrate and acknowledge veterans, as wel...

Anonymous Positivity at PHS

Anonymous Positivity at PHS

Katie Vroman, News Writer

November 14, 2018


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After a rough start to the school year with the teacher strike, more positivity has been emerging around Prairie High School from chalk drawings to student of the month awards. One way this positivity has been introduced is in the form of sticky notes found around the school commons and bathrooms. ...

Speech And Debate Team Claims 2nd At First Competition

Speech And Debate Team Claims 2nd At First Competition

Maya Davis, News Writer

November 7, 2018


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Prairie High School’s Speech and Debate team clenched a 2nd place title in the T-Wolf Invitational on Oct. 26th and 27th. The team defeated other local schools  to claim their place in the competition at Heritage High School. The event included many speeches and debates related to current controvers...

Future Planning Arrives Fast for PHS Seniors

Future Planning Arrives Fast for PHS Seniors

Jayson Maddux, New's Writer

November 1, 2018


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For most high school students, senior year is a laid-back, fun time, where you make some of the best memories you can. For others, the last year will drag on until you finally walk across the stage and are handed a diploma. What unites all seniors however, at least in the state of Washington, is the...

Math Mania

Math Mania

Meri Dunford, New's Writer

November 1, 2018


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Oliver Root, a math teacher at Prairie High School, introduced a new math tutoring program called Math Mania last Tuesday where students who are taking upper level math classes can tutor their peers during Falcon Support. Many students need assistance with math and teachers are often too busy dur...

The Power of Community

The Power of Community

Hannah Kneeshaw, New's Writer

November 1, 2018


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Friday, October 19, was the Homecoming football game for many high schools in Clark County. Some of these schools include Prairie High School, who played Fort Vancouver High School, and Camas High School, who played Bellevue High School. As tradition goes, the Homecoming king and queen are revealed du...

What Makes Cam Beeson Prairie’s Student Athlete of the Month?

What Makes Cam Beeson Prairie’s Student Athlete of the Month?

Mariah Fuller, New's Writer

November 1, 2018


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Cam Beeson, senior at Prairie High School, earned student of the month for the month of October. Beeson plays golf for Prairie, along with motocross as an outside of school sport. Beeson also has had phenomenal grades the last four years. Prairie’s athletic director, Jason Castro, states, “It is ha...

Homecoming Ticket Sales Were a Hit!

Homecoming Ticket Sales Were a Hit!

Mariah Fuller, News Writer

October 24, 2018


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Prairie High School had their most successful ticket sales, compared to last year with 707 ticket sales. Homecoming was started by promoting the sale of tickets on October 8th and ended on Wednesday October 17th. Bella Millet, Prairie's ASB student treasure with three years of ASB experience says...

The Windy City Comes to Prairie

The Windy City Comes to Prairie

Jayson Maddux, News Writer

October 24, 2018


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Prairie High School’s renowned drama department will once again open the curtains, this time performing Bob Fosse’s Chicago. Opening on October 26th at 7pm, Chicago is set in the city of the same name during the 1920s. A satire in nature, the musical looks to expose the flaws of the celebrification of societ...

Prairie’s Star Students

Prairie’s Star Students

Meri Dunford, News Writer

October 24, 2018


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Prairie High School athletic director, Jason Castro, introduced a student of the month program where select individuals from each subject are rewarded for their exemplary work. This program was established in hopes to recognize the students that are excelling in their school studies while keeping th...

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