Category Archives: Eagles Nest

Prosper ISD Teachers Start Back to School with Convocation

PROSPER ISD Prosper ISD kicked off its 2017-2018 school year with a bang on Monday, August 7. Welcoming back more than 1,100 returning teachers and staff, along with more than 250 new employees, Prosper ISD Superintendent Dr. Drew Watkins wanted to show them how important and valued each person is, no matter their role. Each campus opened at 7:30 a.m.

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Volleyball Opens Season with Wins

Prosper Volleyball opened the season on Monday night in Frisco by sweeping the Waxahachie Indians 3-0 (25-19, 25-15, 25-17). Senior Hope Gramly had nine kills and freshman Sami Jacobs had an impressive eight kills against the Indians. Senior Haley Killinger had 14 digs and junior Madi Whitmire, 31 assists. Coming off the momentum of the sweep, the Lady Eagles immediately

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Have You Heard…About the New Stadium

The news about the new football stadium and natatorium for Prosper ISD seems to be striking a chord in social media and news outlets across the state. Also, I’m getting letters about my coverage saying it shouldn’t be in favor of the stadium project because it’s a waste of money. I’m also getting letters saying individuals are excited to see

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New stadium and natatorium projects previewed at PISD Board meeting

Josh Brown and Joe Tremblay of the Huckabee Architectural firm kicked off a presentation for the Prosper ISD School Board on Monday night with a real glimpse at two new structures coming to Prosper – the long-awaited natatorium and the new football stadium. Both are still in the design stages so a long way from fruition, but “stunning” was the

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Flipping for Gymnastics Young Prosper athlete wins big at State Meet

Renee Marler | Last summer, Cockrell Elementary 4th grader Addison Pegg watched eagerly as her favorite gymnasts, Simone Biles and Madison Kocian, represented the United States in the 2016 Olympic Games. Addison, 9, is currently a Level 3, Division 2 gymnast at Prosper Athletics where she trains over 20 hours per week. “They are hard on me to help make

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