Prosper High School Shattered Dreams

Prosper ISD Press Release – February 15, 2019 Prom and graduation are two of the most memorable moments in a teenager’s life. Unfortunately for many, those nights turn into tragedy as a result of drunk driving. Statistics indicate that Texas drunk driving deaths tend to trend higher than the national average with roughly 4 people
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“To keep the body in good health is a duty…otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” This famous quote by Buddha is at the heart of the American Heart Association’s (AHA) mission, building healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. As America celebrates American Heart Month in February, the American Heart Association also celebrates its annual Go Red Day on February 1st.

Prosper’s annual community-wide push toward improving the health and wellness of residents is returning to a self-paced challenge that recognizes those who reach 100 miles in about 100 days. The 2019 Prosper 100 Mile Challenge is a return to a fitness regime that was last held four years ago and was deferred while Prosper residents
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Prosper ISD’s District Site-Based Committee has narrowed the calendar options and is looking for your feedback on which option you prefer. Please CLICK HERE to vote for your favorite option. Here are the calendar highlights for the upcoming school year, as well as the difference between the two options:C Important Dates for BOTH Calendar Options:
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Prosper Fire Rescue is proud to welcome Division Chief Bill Bonny! Chief Bonny comes to the department with 24 years of fire service experience. After retiring from Addison Fire Department, Chief Bonny worked with CareFlite as the Sr. Director of Operations and more recently was the EMS Specialist with Texas Health Resources. His primary duties
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Prosper residents who want a keener insight into the workings of a modern, operationally-effective, dynamic police force should consider applying for the next class of the Prosper Citizens Police Academy. “We are currently accepting applications for the next CPA class, which will be our eighth class,” says Officer Erin Hubbard, CPA coordinator. “The CPA, led
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Yard Waste and In-Town Bulk Collection Point Added Several important changes are in store after the Town implements a new solid waste and recycling collection contract this month, including a five-day-a-week pickup schedule, separate service for organic yard waste, and a convenient in-town drop off collection point for bulk waste. “The changes, which were part
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Happy New Year! Lena and I wish everyone a safe and happy 2019 and beyond. We feel extremely blessed to be part of this community, raising our boys, and enjoying the warmth of so many friends. Prosper had a momentous 2018 with so many grand openings, groundbreakings, ribbon-cuttings, and project completions that some people might
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Kambra Bacon, her husband Glen and their twins moved to Prosper in 2009. Kambra wasted no time in getting involved with the Prosper community. She has served on the board of PISD PTO, the board of Prosper Ladies Association and the board of Prosper Lions Club. She quickly realized that there was a true need
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A COMMUNITY TRADITION OF GIVING When Neighbors are going through a rough patch financially, Christmastime can be an especially difficult time of year. With the help of community volunteers, Cornerstone is hosting 225 local children and their 90 families at Cornerstone Christmas. At this festive holiday event, parents secretly shop for their children’s gifts while
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