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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...

ASB Learning to Lead

ASB Learning to Lead

Hannah Kneeshaw, New's Writer

October 24, 2018


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On October 12, the ASB senior class president and treasurer, along with their advisor, drove up to Kent Meridian High School in Kent, Washington for the annual AWSL (Associated Washington Student Leaders) conference. This year was DaVannah Aho, ASB senior class president, and Bella Millet, ASB tr...

Pink Week for the Win

Pink Week for the Win

Mariah Fuller, News Writer

October 18, 2018


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Breast Cancer awareness is recognized all around the country. In fact, the NBCAM, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month organizing charities and travels the United States to celebrate and remember the men and women who have suffered against this horrendous disease. Now, because Prairie High School str...

The New Falcon Support

The New Falcon Support

Hannah Kneeshaw, News Editor

October 18, 2018


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For the 2018-2019 school year, Falcon Support has a new look. The usual Tuesday and Thursday after second period will continue, but there will be a few revisions. This new version will be under a three week trial, starting October 9th and ending October 25th. Washington’s state law has changed, affect...

Prairie High School Blood Drive

Prairie High School Blood Drive

Meri Dunford, News Writer

October 18, 2018


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On September 28, Prairie High School Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) club teamed with the American Red Cross Association to host a blood drive. With only 9 days to plan, HOSA collected 59 units of blood, exceeding the original goal of 40 units. In fact, 25 people were turned away because...

A Spooktacular Night

A Spooktacular Night

Jayson Maddux, News Writer

October 18, 2018


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As with every new school year, Prairie High School students and staff alike are getting excited for homecoming. On October 20th from 7:30pm to 10:30pm, the Falcon ASB will be presenting the Jack O’Lantern Jubilee; a themed dance capitalizing on the proximity to everyone’s favorite spooky holiday. Howeve...

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

Misa Le, News Editor

May 24, 2018


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The end of the school year is approaching and no one is as excited as the seniors to finally be able to graduate and embark on the path towards their futures. High school is a time that most students find stressful. It is also a time that most students have found to discover more about themselves and built...

Where’s the Beef

Where’s the Beef

Misa Le, News Writer

May 16, 2018


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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...

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