February 26th, 2021

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Aftermath of the Storm

While many of us have lived through the rare Texas winter weather events like the ice storm six years ago, few of us, if any, have ever experienced the prolonged and sub-zero temperatures that accompanied this latest winter storm.

We could not have gotten back to school on Monday without the tireless efforts of many departments at Prosper ISD most especially our maintenance and operations who literally worked around the clock throughout the week taking care of the buildings before, during, and after the event. These heroes were able to restore our campuses so that our students and staff could return to some sense of normalcy after yet another historic event.

If you or your family suffered loss as a result of these storms, there are avenues for help. Both Collin and Denton counties have been declared National Disaster areas. Please see below for some contact information for state and national assistance as a result of these storms.

Federal Disaster Relief


Download the FEMA smartphone app

FEMA 800-621-3362

Texas Disaster Assistance

Complete this online survey

US Department of Housing and Urban Development

Foreclosure relief

Mortgage insurance

Insurance for home rehabilitation


"History has shown us that courage can be contagious and hope can take on a life of its own." ~Michelle Obama

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Midsummer Night's Dream Performance

Prosper High School Theatre Proudly Presents:

A Midsummer Night's Dream

by William Shakespeare

March 2nd, 6:30pm

PHS Auditorium

Tickets are $5. (cash or check)

Masks are Required

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2021-2022 Reynolds MS Eagle Darlings Drill Team Tryouts

Calling all 2021-2022 Reynolds MS 7th & 8th graders interested in trying out to be a Reynolds MS Eagle Darling!!

A Mandatory parent meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 17th @ 6pm (Reynolds Cafe).

If unable to attend in-person, a virtual meeting will be available. Please reach out to Alex Shepherd for more information regarding that!

Tryout Clinic Days will be held on Monday, March 29th, Tuesday, March 30th & Wednesday, March 31st from 3:30-5:30pm (Reynolds Gym).

Tryouts will be held on Thursday, April 1st starting at 4pm (Reynolds Gym).

Please reach out to Alex Shepherd (ahshepherd@prosper-isd.net) with any questions!

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Boots & Bling Daddy/Daughter Dance

Prosper High School Talonettes Presents

the 20th Annual

Daddy/Daughter Dance - Boots & Bling

April 10, 2021

2:00 - 3:30pm

4:00 - 5:30pm

6:00 - 7:30pm

8:00 - 9:30pm

Prosper High School Arena

$25/ person

Purchase tickets by 3/31 for a t-shirt


Masks must be worn by all in attendance (with the exception of those in grade 3rd or below) unless eating or drinking. Children in 3rd grade and below do not have to wear masks, though we highly encourage them to do so.

There will be pre-packaged refreshment available. Photo Booths will be contactless and socially distanced on the upper level.

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Instrument Selection Day - Current 5th Graders

We would like to invite all current 5th graders interested in becoming a part of the Hays, Reynolds, Rogers, and Rushing MS Band programs to attend our upcoming "Instrument Selection Day" on Saturday, February 27th. All students wanting to participate in band in the 6th grade need to attend. Click on your school's name for more info!

Hays Middle School

Reynolds Middle School

Rogers Middle School

Rushing Middle School

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Is Your 5th Grader Interested in Orchestra?

Step 1: Visit our website for more information - www.prospermiddleschoolorchestras.com

Step 2: Fill out this google form to rank your instrument choices - https://forms.gle/BewYKPCHCBrJmuCS8

Step 3: Click on your school below to sign up for an appointment to choose your instrument.

Hays Middle School

Reynolds Middle School

Rogers Middle School

Rushing Middle School

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A Few Minutes - February 24th
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Opportunity to Get Involved

In the graphic below, you will find Prosper ISD's Legislative Priorities.

If you are interested in joining our efforts to advocate for legislative change to benefit the students, staff, and families in Prosper ISD, please feel free to reach out to our state leaders below who serve the district.


Drew Springer

Angela Paxton

House of Representatives:

Justin Holland

Scott Sanford

Jared Patterson

Texas Executive Office

Governor Greg Abbott

Commissioner of Education, Mike Morath

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Donate Blood in Honor of Lexie Bell & Tommy Wainwright

Tommy and Lexie both live in Prosper and were diagnosed within 30 days of each other in 2020 with a rare cancer called Ewing’s Sarcoma. Over the past 8 months, Tommy and Lexie have undergone 14 rounds of intense chemotherapy, surgery and have together received 25 blood transfusions. Ewing’s Sarcoma is a cancer that begins in the bone or soft tissues. Though it makes up only 1% of all childhood cancers, Ewing’s Sarcoma is the second most commonly diagnosed bone cancer in children.

Join us for a Blood Drive

Prosper #TommyStrong & #LexieStrong

Walmart Supercenter Prosper

500 Richland Blvd., Prosper, Tx. 75078

In the Parking Lot - Carter BloodCare Bus

Saturday, February 27, 2021

9:00am - 4:00pm



COVID 19 Antibody Testing now available for all donors.

Carter BloodCare observes current social distancing guidelines

March 5

End of 3rd 9 weeks

March 8-12

Spring Break/School Holiday

March 15

Beginning of 4th 9 weeks

PISD School Board Meeting

March 20

Hope Walk

March 22

Virtual Coffee with the Superintendent

District Events Calendar

District Academic Calendar


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