• Prospect will celebrate Anti-Bullying Month and Red Ribbon Week October 24-28.  Each day of the week has a theme.  Monday everyone will band together against bullying and receive an anti-bullying bracelet.  Tuesday everyone will wear their pajamas as their choices are the key to their dreams!  Wednesday everyone will wear their favorite team gear as being a team player is important when standing up to bullies. Thursday everyone will wear red and be RED-y to make healthy choices.  Friday everyone will wear Prospect colors (red, white, and blue) for Spirit Day!!

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  • Information about the 2016 UCPS Bond Referendum can be found here.

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  • Please click here for the various supply lists for the 2016-2017 school year! 

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  • Please send pictures of your Prospect student(s) playing sports or doing other extracurricular activities to Miss Hill at  Miss Hill will consider the pictures turned in for the 2016-2017 yearbook. 



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