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January 16, 2022 Principal's Newsletter

For Kids, John

I am currently reading What Got You Here Won't Get You There by Marshall Goldsmith.

Eagle Nation News (ENN)

Check out the latest episode of ENN!

Student Highlights Covered by ENO

Our Eagle Nation Online Journalists will be covering the Student Highlight section each week.

Check out our social media accounts!

Parent Tour Sign-up

Do you want to have a personal tour of PHS to see how we are connecting and growing? I would love for you to join me on one of the following dates from 9:00-9:30 to see our incredible staff and talented students!

Jan. 19

Mar. 23

Please RSVP by clicking the link below and I hope to see you then!

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PCIS Application Information

The application window for the Prosper Career Independent Study (PCIS program) is now open.

PCIS is a unique experiential learning experience designed for Prosper ISD juniors and seniors. Students begin by focusing their study on a career topic of their choosing and conducting interviews with professionals in their chosen field. Students will then carefully select a mentor to work with for the remainder of the year. The mentors will help students understand and navigate both the study and the soft skills specific to the respective career field. Course expectations include the development of an extensive research portfolio, written assessments of interviews and/or observations of professionals who work in that career field, and participation in the end of the year showcase at which students share their work and reflect on the learning.

While the PCIS program is not limited to Gifted and Talented Students, many of our Gifted and Talented Alumni found it to be a challenging and rewarding experience that led to lifelong connections in the professional world.

If you would like more information about the program, please view the PCIS website or, contact your campus PCIS teacher (Ms. Coshari Chacchia - Rock Hill High School and Ms. Tiffany Ballard - Prosper High School).

The application for the PCIS program can be found here. The deadline for all applications is Sunday, January 30, 2022 at 11:59 PM.

ASVAB Information

We will be offering the ASVAB on campus for our 10th-12th graders on January 18, 2022. ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, which is a multiple-choice test that helps you identify which Military jobs (Military Occupational Specialties) would be best for you. If your student would like to participate in this examination, please have your student fill out the Google Form linked HERE.

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Have Questions About College? Ask ADVi!

ADVi is a chatbot who can answer your questions about attending public colleges and universities in Texas. ADVi, short for “adviser”, is free for Prosper HS students and can answer your questions 24/7/365. To start a chat with ADVi, just text "college" to 512-829-3687.

You can ask ADVi anything – no question is too silly or too hard! You can ask questions like: What is ApplyTexas? How long does the FAFSA take? What is the TASFA? Where can I look for scholarships?

ADVi was created by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and is made possible through a partnership with AdmitHub. Learn more at


Just now starting to work on the FAFSA, or is your deadline looming, are you still on the fence if you should apply? Check out this fantastic resource that has many answers to many common and less-than-common questions.

Utilize the UNT GO CENTER

They will assist you with all of your college questions, applications, ACT/SAT registration, and FAFSA. The GO Centers will be open Monday - Friday: 8am – 8pm

How to access the Chat: Please click here. Then click on the chat feature.

Monthly Career Spotlight

January Newsletter

For more information contact: Alicia M. Schulze ( College and Career Counselor - Collin College for Prosper and Rock Hill High Schools

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Class of 2022

Reference the Prosper High School's website throughout the year for senior updates.

PHS Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)

Prosper High School PTO is a volunteer organization made up of parents, teachers, administrators, and support staff who are all dedicated to the successful education of our children. Click below to go to our information page and become a member. We hope if you have some time that you will volunteer with us. Please let us know your interests and availability and we will find a spot for you.

More PTO information can be found here

OPTIMISM is the word for JANUARY

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Hope Squad/Be Kind Shirts for Sale

Our Hope Squads will sell "Be Kind" yellow T-Shirts as a symbol to simply be kind to one another, which is why you often see "yellow" shirts scattered throughout our district on Wednesdays each week. This stems from supporting our cause of suicide awareness and prevention.

To purchase a shirt, log in to My School Bucks, Go To School Store, Look for Hope Squad T-shirt, Select T-Shirt option (See options below) Student Name. Homeroom = 1st Period Classroom

Orders will be placed at the end of each month with delivery to campuses the following month. 1st Period teachers will hand them to students when they arrive.

PISD will continue to light up the new Children's Health Stadium every Wednesday evening as a simple reminder for our community to show kindness and compassion to one another. If you find yourself driving around Prosper on Wednesday evenings, drive by the stadium to enjoy PISD's symbol for kindness.

Campus Calendar

Please see the campus calendar for a complete list of student activities.

Calendar of Upcoming Events

January 17th - MLK Day Holiday - No School

January 24th - School Board Meeting

Submit anonymous tip to Prosper ISD

Tip411 is a new tool to enhance student safety. It is an internet-based communication system that gives students or any concerned citizen a means to quickly and anonymously report threats, potential self-harm, concerns, suspicious or criminal behavior at school or beyond school hours regarding PISD schools, students and/or staff.

When you submit a tip, it is sent to a 3rd party tip service acting as a privacy buffer between you and the Prosper ISD Police Department to preserve your identity and contact information. If you have a tip for the Prosper ISD Police Department please use any of the options on this page to provide important information on crimes or criminals that will help us to keep Prosper ISD safe for everyone.

Tip submissions may not be received until the following day. In case of emergency dial 911.

After Hours Reporting for Potential Threat to Self

What happens if a staff member or student learns that a student might be suicidal after school hours, on the weekend, or during a holiday?

If immediate help is needed, call 911.

Students should make a report to tip411. After the report has been made, they should follow up with the Hope Squad Advisor (if the student is in Hope Squad).

Staff should also make a report to tip411. Once a report has been made, staff should notify the campus principal letting them know that a report has been made.

Option 1

Download the Prosper ISD App. Click on Tip411. Enter tip. You will receive a message back through the app once the message is received.

Option 2

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