By Maggie Hale In rise of Corona Virus concerns, schools and sports nationwide have been temporarily stopped. With uncertainty ahead, Valerie Little, Prosper’s Athletic Director, has advised players and coaches alike to “get Continue Reading
Prosper ISD is proud to announce the Lone Finalist for Head Football Coach and Campus Coordinator for the district’s newest high school, Rock Hill High School, opening in the Fall Continue Reading
While most of us were getting ready for the first day of school, our Prosper Eagles Volleyball team was hard at work on the court. Reedy came out hot, but Continue Reading
Prosper ISD is experiencing rapid growth such that new students are enrolling in the district daily. The fastest growing district in DFW, every Prosper ISD campus is over capacity with hundreds more students enrolling every year. More than 3,000 homes were sold in Prosper ISD in 2018 alone. The population explosion that had Frisco on its toes has landed firmly in Prosper.
As the school year comes to an end, the 2018 Senior class lives out their last week of high school with celebratory traditions during senior week. On Tuesday, May 22nd, Continue Reading
Hughes Elementary School is located on the east side of the Prosper Independent School District in McKinney on Prestwick Hollow Drive south of US Highway 380. Principal Tiffany Johns is in her 10th year of employment with PISD.
All 75 members of the Prosper ISD coaching staff congregated at the arena for the PISD Coaches Convocation held by Athletic Director, Valerie Little.
Once an Eagle, always an Eagle, right? That’s certainly the case for 2014 Prosper graduate Tyler Webb. Webb is gearing up for his senior year at the University of Memphis Continue Reading
Almost three years ago to the day, the Prosper Eagles gathered towards mid-field to talk to first-year head coach Chris Ross after a tough, some would say heartbreaking, loss to Continue Reading
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 Continue Reading