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  • Begin with the End in Mind

    It's summertime, but we want you to BE PROACTIVE and BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND by downloading these documents to prepare for the 2019-2020 school year

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  • Welcome to Kindergarten!

    We can’t wait for your child to join us here at Prospect! At Prospect, we have a wonderful kindergarten staff and we would like to introduce them to you!

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  • To the Moon and Back

    First grade went to the moon using virtual reality goggles from the Union County Public Library!

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  • Donuts with Doctors

    Dr. Chavis author and chiropractor came to are school Prospect Elementary AIG 4th and 5th grade for Donuts with Doctors.

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  • Constitution Week

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  • Career Day for Fifth Grade

    The week of April 23rd-April 27th Prospect Elementary celebrated career and college readiness spirit week where students got to dress up each day according to the theme.

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  • Beta Club Plants Trees with Union Power

    Prospect’s Beta Club collaborated with Union Power Cooperative to plant two crepe myrtles at Prospect.

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  • Preschoolers Visit Prospect!

    First Baptist of Monroe’s preschool students who will be starting kindergarten in the fall came, with their teachers, and parents to tour Prospect!

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  • Read Across America 2018

    In celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, Prospect participated in Read Across America. A Parkwood High School student, a Board of Education member, a UCPS Facilities Department employee, parents, grandparents and various community members inspired our students to read more as they read a Dr. Seuss book and another one of their favorite books to each class.

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  • Books & Brackets

    Our third, fourth and fifth graders are gearing up for March Madness with the Union County Public Schools second annual “Books and Brackets.” All 30 elementary schools in the district are participating in a reading challenge February 15- March 23.

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  • Veterans Visit Prospect

    Three Veterans visit Prospect's fifth graders.

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  • National Children’s Dental Health Month

    In celebration of National Children’s Dental Health Month, Johnnie from Laxer, Long & Savage spoke to our kindergarten students about dental health.

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  • Kindergarten Registration

    Kindergarten registration begins February 1, 2018.

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  • Computer Science Education Week

    During Computer Science Education Week our kindergarten, first, and second grades have gone to the Makerspace to participate in various Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) activities. Our third, fourth, and fifth grades spent 30 minutes each day practicing coding using their Chromebooks. Our students have enjoyed getting to spend extra time on STEAM activities this week!!

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  • Family Literacy Day

    In celebration of Literacy Month, Prospect hosted Family Literacy Day where parents and community members dressed up as book characters and read the corresponding book to a class.

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  • What is a Makerspace?

    A Makerspace is a place to explore, expand your imagination, be creative, challenge yourself, and build things.

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  • Fifth Grade's Career Day

    On Friday, April 21st our fifth grade students at Prospect Elementary got to check out important jobs in our community. There were nine different careers we learned about in our school gym.

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  • Career Day

    At the end of April, Kindergarten and Fifth Grade extended their learning of careers with Community/Career Day.

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  • The Principal Advisory Committee goes to College

    The Principal’s Advisory Committee toured Appalachian State University to get a glimpse into the college experience.

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  • The Principal Advisory Committee learns about India

    The Principal Advisory Committee learned about India from the Ulhaq family!

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