The Union County Board of Education is seeking direct input from interested members of the community and staff to help shape the search process and assist in defining the qualities and characteristics of the next superintendent of the Union County Public Schools. The survey for community members is here and will open on March 23 and run through April 26.
Please send pictures of your Prospect student(s) playing sports or doing other extracurricular activities to Miss Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org. Miss Hill will consider the pictures turned in for the 2015-2016 yearbook.
Congratulations to the first grade team for receiving a grant from Union County Education Foundation's Project LIFT!
Welcome to Prospect's new website! We are excited to have a new website that offers everything our old website had plus a photo gallery and parent update notifications! If you have trouble navigating the new website, please contact Megan Hill at email@example.com. Keep checking back to see what updates have been made as the year progress.
Teacher Appreciation Week is one of Prospect teachers’ favorite weeks because our PTO goes above and beyond to show their appreciation! Throughout the week of May 2-6 the Prospect staff was pampered with a massage, a manicure, duty-free breakfasts, duty-free lunches, many meals, the opportunity to leave at 1:00 one day and their cars were even washed by PTO!
On Wednesday, February 24, Prospect Elementary had the pleasure of full day visit from NC Representative, Mark Brody. Mr. Brody represents District 55, which includes Union and Anson counties. The UCPS Board of Education hosted the "Teacher For A Day Program" which allowed NC legislators and candidates to witness what it is like to be a NC educator in the classroom.