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The Next Year Of Leaders

The Next Year Of Leaders

Maya Davis, Features Writer

May 29, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

As the 2018-2019 school year is coming to a close, returning Falcons must choose their ASB executives for the upcoming year. The May 24th elections allows roles to be assigned to the incoming group of student body leaders. This year’s elections were organized in an online survey after each stude...

Softball Team Advances to State

Softball Team Advances to State

Mallory Williams, Sports Writer

May 29, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The girls softball team qualified for state after winning one game on Thursday, May 16, and two games on Saturday, May 18. The team was put into the losers bracket after they lost their first game against Timberline on Thursday. This meant that they had to win every game after that in order to qual...

Hello Summer

Hello Summer

Maya Davis, Features Writer

May 29, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

As the 2018-2019 school year will soon be coming to a close, Falcons are beginning to finalize their summer vacation plans. The final school bell on June 17th will mark the official start of the two month resting period. Due to the teacher strike at the beginning of the year, classes have had to c...

Breaking Down Barriers

Breaking Down Barriers

Jayson Maddux, Opinion Writer

May 15, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Back in March, as the senior leadership within ASB was talking with Mrs. Watts, an idea was brought up surrounding graduation caps. The thought was as to whether we could decorate them or not, which our principal quickly responded with a “nope”. This caused some disappointment by those within the conversation...

Giving Back To Teachers

Giving Back To Teachers

Maya Davis, Features Writer

May 15, 2019


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Teachers play an important role in the success of their students and the overall atmosphere of each school. On May 7th, Prairie teachers are celebrated for all that they do for the people around them. Teacher’s Appreciation Day is acknowledged throughout many parts of the United States. It is ...

Boys Track Group Beats Record For 4×100 Event

Boys Track Group Beats Record For 4×100 Event

Mallory Williams, Sports Writer

May 15, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Nolan Mickenhame, Aj Dixson, Zeke Dixson, and Darius Dancel all contributed to beating the 4x100 record at districts on Thursday, May 9 at Mackenzie Stadium. The previous record had been set in 2013 at 42.97. The boys worked hard to lower the record at 42.93. Senior Nolan Mickenham noted how they ha...

The Fall

The Fall

Grace Adams, Features Writer

May 9, 2019


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A mystery...how did it happen….what was the story….was there something else going on? On Friday the 19th a tragic “accident” insued. Mrs. Alway our very own beloved Journalism teacher took a tragic tumble during fifth period. Fifth period is Mrs.Alway smallest most well-behaved class…. A p...

Promposals At Their Finest

Promposals At Their Finest

Maya Davis, Features Writer

May 9, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

As prom is quickly approaching on June 1st, Prairie students are working hard to perfect their big gestures to ask other Falcons to the dance. Many students are excited to wrap up the school year with the highly anticipated event. The art of prom proposals is a tradition that encompasses many high school...

State Testing Comes to an End, Almost

State Testing Comes to an End, Almost

Meri Dunford, News Writer

May 9, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

On April 22nd, 2019, House Bill 1599 was passed through the Washington state legislature, stating that state testing will no longer be a graduation requirement, starting with the class of 2020. The purpose of the bill is to remove barriers for graduating. Although these tests are no longer required ...

Lunch-Time Problems

Lunch-Time Problems

Jayson Maddux, Opinion Writer

May 3, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Is thirty minutes enough? That’s been a question to ponder since 2015, as we all arrived on campus to find that the hour-long lunch period we had hoped for had been axed. Instead we found two, 30-minute periods that were split and decided by 4th period teacher. So is this fair? To most of the st...

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