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Seniors of Fall Sports Say Farewell

Seniors of Fall Sports Say Farewell

Maddie Hennerty and London Fairchild, News Writer

November 20, 2019

As a new decade of Falcons approaches, we say goodbye to seniors participating in football, cheer, and dance at our last league season home game. November 1st commemorates the end of the fantastic 2019-2020 football season.  While the boys take the district stadium field for possibly the last time, S...

A Night to Celebrate

A Night to Celebrate

Haley Reed, News writer

November 7, 2019

This Thursday the Prairie volleyball team prepares for their final home game against Evergreen. This game will be hosting the senior night for the girls.   Sophia Carter, a senior on the team, is, “really excited for senior night, it’s been something I’ve been looking forward too si...

Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent Teacher Conferences

Brady Gagnon, News Writer

November 6, 2019

Last Wednesday and Thursday, October 30th and 31st, Prairie had the first Parent Teacher Conferences of the school year. Teachers all gathered in the commons and waited for students and their parents to meet and talk about grades, how the students are in class, and what they can do better.   ...

Joy Filled Mornings

Joy Filled Mornings

Ben Matson, News writer

October 25, 2019

Students are getting excited as Christian Students United gets ready for their hot chocolate outreach that will be held on the 29th of October. Leaders of CSU are working to reach students by spreading kindness in the morning as students prepare for their day.  Leader of CSU, Kyah Hamsley explains the rea...

Striving For Success

Striving For Success

Haley Reed, News writer

October 17, 2019

As the school year progresses, many students are preparing for the grueling tasks ahead in their AP classes. There are many AP classes here at Prairie ranging from Science to Psychology.    Senior Macey Hall has taken six of these classes throughout her time in high school. “Overall, I...

Homecoming: A Starry Night

Jamie Packer, News writer

October 10, 2019

Homecoming is the first dance of the school year and something students have been looking forward to since school started.This year the dance will be held on Friday, October 11 at Prairie. The staff and ASB have worked to make it special for everyone involved.  “Every generation is different for dances...

Inspire Week: “We Is Greater Than Me”

October 4, 2019

Students are getting more and more involved and spirited as Inspire Week continues on throughout the school year. The week of October 23rd kicked off the school’s plan for the ultimate high school experience, the spirit filled Inspire Week. Activities that are going on every day get both students ...

Where’s the Beef

Where’s the Beef

Misa Le, News Writer

May 16, 2018

On Friday, January 26th, the Lady Falcons played a basketball game against the Fort Vancouver Trappers. The score was 83-9, Prairie. The scoreboard sparked a great deal of controversy on Twitter the following night. It all started when Owen Frasier, a high school teacher and coach from Fort Vancouver H...

Seasons Change

Seasons Change

Misa Le, News Writer

May 16, 2018

The seasons are changing and so is the atmosphere at Prairie High School. Spring break is just around the corner and summer break is approaching in about three months. Freshman are excited finish out the year and finally be able to ditch the dreaded title “freshmen”. Sophomores are looking forward ...

Teacher Love

Teacher Love

Misa Le, News Editor

May 16, 2018

Teacher Appreciation week lands on Monday, May 7th and extends through Friday, May 11th this year. The week should be dedicated to all of the teachers who have spent their time and energy into molding students and preparing them for the future. It should be all thanks to them that students are on tr...

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