The boys track and field season will begin on Tuesday, January 22nd in the Community Room at 3:30. Any questions please ask Coach Renaud.
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors who have met all other criteria, grades, GPA and discipline, must have a signed parent consent form on file with the attendance office in order to be eligible to leave campus for lunch starting Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019.
If you do not have a signed parent consent on file, even if you have met all other criteria, you will not be able to leave campus for lunch.
Please drop off forms in the attendance office.
Attention spring freshman athletes - If you are planning on applying for a PE waiver for second semester, the deadline to do so will be 5 days after the IHSA start date for your sport. No waiver requests for second semester will be accepted after this deadline.
Spring/Winter PE waivers are no longer available for the 2nd semester for Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors.
Please see your counselor with any questions
Harper College will be visiting on Thursday during 7th period in the Community Room.
Harper will also be meeting on Thursday during 8th period with all seniors who are Harper Promise-Eligible to explain the next steps to remain eligible for the scholarship.
At either of these visits, seniors will be able to complete the Harper application and have the $25 application fee waived. Please get a pass in the CCC and have it signed by your teacher in order to be excused for either of these Harper visits.
Informational meeting: All students interested in creating a club to develop their creative writing skills, please come to the Student Services Conference room on Thursday after school. Questions please contact Mr. Andrew of Dr. Kyp-Johnson.
Attention all boys interested in playing tennis this spring: we will have an informational meeting in room 157 right after school on Friday, January 18th. The meeting will last for about a half hour. Please see Coach Rathe if you have any questions or if you are unable to make the meeting. (Rathe)
Please join me in congratulating the CREST, our very own yearbook staff, for taking FIRST PLACE & winning the BEST OVERALL SPORTS SECTION awards in the AMERICAN SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION's annual yearbook competition. This is an incredible honor, knowing that schools from across the country enter their books. The 2017-2018 book showed excellence in the fields of writing, photography, and page design. Congrats CREST! All your hard work paid off!
Prospect is proud to produce in the Spring its musical. This year we are ecstatic to bring for the first time to the Prospect stage Chicago- the Musical. Auditions
Are next week. Information is posted outside the choir room in the fine arts hallway. Sign ups will be posted at the end of the week.
Any eligible senior who would like to enter the drawing for available parking permits for second semester should do so starting Monday, January 14. The entry box is located in the attendance office, and students can enter until 1:30 pm Friday January 18, 2019.
Students will be notified by 3 pm on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 by email and will have until Friday January 25, 2019 to provide photocopies of license, registration and insurance as well as payment of $95.00.
Students who have questions should stop by the attendance office.
Attention National Honor Society students: Tomorrow is the LAST DAY to submit your applications and service hours to the main office. No applications will be accepted after this day.
Attention Juniors: Prospect is offering a Test Prep Seminar for the SAT. Online registration is located at Prospect's website. Please go to Prospect’s home page at phs.d214.org and locate TRENDING @ PROSPECT. On the right hand side, select Registration for Test Prep for the SAT. Please do not register using your cell phone. If you have any questions, please stop by the Assessment Center, room 143 today.
Did you know that the Trump/Devos administration is proposing changes to the enforcement of Title IX that would make it more difficult for victims to report sexual harassment and assault and easier for colleges to avoid addressing the issue, thus making a hostile learning environment for victims? If this makes you angry, please stop by the table outside the cafeteria during lunch periods to fill out a postcard and voice your protest. We have scripts if you are not sure what to write. (K. Kruse)
There will be a Soccer Open Gym on Friday from 5:30-7:30pm. All girls interested in playing soccer this spring are encouraged to attend. If you have any questions please see Coach Froats.
In a close match Wednesday night, the Lady Knights bowling team competed against the Rolling Meadows Mustangs to take away two points from the Mustangs! Sophomore, Chloe Santillan, had her career high game of 175. The Knights were also lead by Senior, Nina Tierney, who had a high game of 219. Way to go Ladies! (A. Ruszczak)