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Yearbook Staff Change

Yearbook Staff Change

Teresa Simmons, News Writer

January 24, 2018

For the next semester, starting January 29th, Prairie’s yearbook is making some extreme changes to their staff. The year began with 20 students total, but about 8 people plan on leaving and the advisor, Mrs. Zika, and the two editors, Emily Miller and Sarah Summerhill, only have two people in line to...

Tolo

Tolo

Natalie Narynova, News Writer

January 24, 2018

The Tolo dance is on February 10th from 7:30-10:30 p.m. The ticket prices are $7 with ASB, and $10 without ASB. The theme is Tie Dye Glolo. Tolo is a dance where girls ask boys.   The ASB students have been working on planning this dance for two weeks. The two students who were in charge of the d...

The Bond

The Bond

Teresa Simmons, News Writer

January 17, 2018

This year, Battle Ground School District is possibly eligible for a bond to help it’s schools. A bond is the only way public schools can build or restore buildings. They get them by putting out a vote for the local taxpayers to decide if that’s where they want their money to go. This year, the vot...

MLK Assembly

MLK Assembly

Natalie Narynova, News Writer

January 17, 2018

The Martin Luther King Jr. Assembly was held on Friday, January 12th. The assembly was during second period and through Falcon Support. The assembly was planned by the Prairie High School’s ASB students.   The assembly started off with Mr.Castro talking about the seriousness of the assemb...

New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

Natalie Narynova, News Writer

January 10, 2018

Almost everyone has a New Year's resolution or at least thinks about having one. New Year's resolutions are supposed to help you better yourself and others around you.   Vanessa Munson, a senior at Prairie High School, said that her resolutions are, “self-love, working on improving [her...

Winter Wishes

Winter Wishes

Teresa Simmons, News Writer

January 9, 2018

If you don’t know what winter wishes are, they are essentially an opportunity to show some holiday spirit. Students write down a wish they have for another student then ASB grants as many wishes as possible. Prairie has been granting wishes for over ten years now, since before Mrs.Havig became ASB adv...

Winter Spirit Week Days

Winter Spirit Week Days

Natalie Narynova, News Writer

January 9, 2018

Prairie’s winter spirit week is from December 11th to December 15th. The theme for the spirit days are holiday and winter themed.   Monday’s spirit day is “Bundle Up Monday”. This is where students and staff wear warm clothes like puffy jackets, beanies, scarves, and gloves. Tuesday...

Falcon Chasers vs. The Vanna(h) Show

Falcon Chasers vs. The Vanna(h) Show

Teresa Simmons, News Writer

December 7, 2017

This year, Prairie has two news shows sponsored by Mrs. Alway for journalism. The Falcon Chasers are hosted by Jackson Rebitzke and Jett Pharn-Cromb. The Vanna(h) Show features Savannah Harshbarger, DaVanna Aho, and “Zoe the cheerleader”.     Jett, one of the Falcon Chasers, said they ...

Cool – Winter Dance

Cool – Winter Dance

Andres Escobar, News Writer

December 7, 2017

The Winter Dance was on Saturday, Dec 2nd at Prairie. It was pajama themed. Movies were available in the theatre, games were in the commons, and the dance was in the gym. Students went all out in their pajamas. Sophomore, Zane Boyher, was surprised about the dance and how hype it was. “The danc...

New Security Guard

New Security Guard

Teresa Simmons, News Writer

November 30, 2017

Prairie’s new security guard, Ralphie, started working November 13th, but it’s not her first time here.   From 1990-2012, she worked at Prairie, but she, “felt it was time to come home”. She's excited to be able to be with all the kids again and her former colleagues.   ...

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