Written By Adrianna LoChirco Blessed is a little bit of an understatement when it comes to the opportunities at PRP. For the 2017-2018 school year, PRP was proud to announce their partnership with the Academies of Louisville. The academy model, … Continue reading Which Pathway Are You Choosing?
Written By Julia Kirchner The state of Kentucky currently has over 4,000 homeless citizens, either living in shelters or in the streets. There are homeless shelters all over Louisville, so it may be surprising that so many people are still … Continue reading Helping the Homeless Stay Warm
Written By Adrianna LoChirco The kickball game scheduled for Freshman and Sophomores has been canceled. Due to the little amount of students that had signed up, there would not be an even amount of teams. Teachers at PRP thought that … Continue reading Kickball Is Canceled!
Written By Savannah Sosna Reduce, reuse, and recycle! The Environmental Club is bringing the blue bins back to the classroom! Club members have decided to take full responsibility of making sure all recyclables are handled correctly. When asked why the … Continue reading Environmental Club Says: Don’t Be Trashy, Recycle!
Written By Charley Harp In 2017, the Red Cross reported that every two seconds, someone in the United States needs blood. This high demand for blood causes the Red Cross to run five-hundred blood drives on any given day and soon, … Continue reading PRP Blood Drive
Written By Adrianna LoChirco This year PRP will be hosting their first Kickball Tournament for freshman and sophomores. The game will be held on October 25th at 6:30 pm on PRP’s baseball field. This activity will be similar to the events … Continue reading Kickball Dates
Written By Adrianna LoChirco Elections just took place at PRP High school to determine Class of ’22 Officers. Students running were to perform a speech in front of the freshman class, explaining why they felt that they were a good match … Continue reading ’22 Class Officers
Written By Savannah Sosna As students and staff are welcomed back to PRP for yet another school year, powderpuff is upon the Panthers once again! Seniors and juniors wait eagerly to hit the fields once more, with flags and all. In … Continue reading Powderpuff: The Tradition Continues
Written By Julia Kirchner Many threats to student safety have been made within the last week in JCPS schools. Superintendent Marty Pollio reminded parents of the security plan that is currently in place in schools across the district. There are rules … Continue reading Security Changes at PRP
Written By Julia Kirchner The Kentucky United Nations Assembly is now meeting in room 316 every Thursday until 3:30. KUNA will be accepting new members until the first of February. The conference takes place March 22-24, so all participants will miss … Continue reading KUNA Welcomes New Members