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It’s a Disease

It’s a Disease

Misa Le, News Editor

March 8, 2018


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It’s real. It’s an epidemic that is currently at Prairie High School. It’s affecting the lives of innocent seniors all across the nation. It’s senioritis. Senioritis, according to Urban Dictionary is:   A crippling disease that strikes high school seniors. Symptoms include: lazines...

Choose Love Week

Teresa Simmons, News Writer

February 23, 2018


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For about 5 years at Prairie High School ASB has been dedicating an entire week to kindness, compassion, and all things alike. This year, February 12th-15th has been Choose Love Week.   Every year ASB goes to a statewide youth leadership conference called AWSL, which is where they originall...

Broken Bonds

Broken Bonds

Misa Le, News Editor

February 23, 2018


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On February 13th, 2018, it was announced that the bond that could be used to make improvements to the Battle Ground School District failed to pass. The bond failed with a 56.91% vote---about 3% short of what was needed. 7,988 people votes yes for the bond and 6,040 voted otherwise.   The Ba...

Speech and Debate State Qualifiers

Speech and Debate State Qualifiers

Teresa Simmons, News Writer

February 22, 2018


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  On February 16th, Prairie High School has a designated snow day, so school won’t be in session. However, the school’s speech and debate team will be competing at qualifiers in hopes of going to state!   Since September, the team has been hard at work, practicing three times a we...

Ignite the Fire

Ignite the Fire

Teresa Simmons, News Writer

February 8, 2018


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On Wednesday, January 31st, Prairie’s Christian Students United club put on another “Ignite The Fire” event for students all over Clark County to enjoy. This was the second Ignite the Fire ever, and if you weren’t able to go, don’t worry, because CSU plans on creating more events in the fut...

AP Gov students watch The State of the Union Address

AP Gov students watch The State of the Union Address

Ashlynn Hall, News Writer

February 8, 2018


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With the election of our current president Donald J. Trump, the AP Government student got the chance to watch his State of the Union Address that took place on the 30th of January. Each student has a different view of the government. Being able to watch the State of Union Address in class gave them a ch...

A New Start

A New Start

Andres Escobar, News Writer

January 31, 2018


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The end of first semester is on January 26th and a new semester starts on January 29th.   Hoang Tang Khuong, a Sophomore at Prairie High School, was pleased at how he did first semester. This is also his first school in the United States.   “After the first semester i think i...

Yearbook Staff Change

Yearbook Staff Change

Teresa Simmons, News Writer

January 24, 2018


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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


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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


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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...

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