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Prosper ISD is excited to provide the Community News Folder which will help publicizes activities for local groups and organizations. This forum will allow groups to post information on programs, fundraisers, classes and other activities.

The information below has been submitted to and approved by the Communications Department. It will be updated on a regular basis. Check back often for the latest opportunities and information from our community.

Non-profit groups will be allowed to post information at no cost. For-profit groups we will be asked for a donation to the Prosper Education Foundation in exchange for the opportunity to place information on the website.

To review our policy on distributing non-school materials please click here. If you would like to post information to this page, please complete the online submission form.


Listings in this area do not constitute an endorsement of any agency, group, organization or business by Prosper ISD.


SPORTS
EVENTS
SUMMER PROGRAMS
  • Click here to view Summer Camp Opportunities available in Prosper ISD.

     


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    Life Skills Academy

    Life Skills Academy will be hosting a 2 1/2 week course in June 2017 for Middle and High School age children to teach useful Life Skills like critical thinking, emotional intelligence, financial literacy and household maintenance (expanded list on the web site)..

    Click here for more information

    Website: www.LSA1.com

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  •  Cool Summers Start Here

    Town of Prosper Parks and Rec Summer Programs

    Registration is now open for summer camps and classes, right at home in Prosper! Visit ProsperParksandRec.org to discover a treasure trove of options for summer fun for kids of all ages. Summer Session 1 begins June 1st.

    Sports Camps:
    Archery I and II
    Beginner Golf Camp
    Flag Football
    Multi-Sport Camp
    Soccer Sparks
    Speed Sport Camp
    Tennis Camps

    Educational Play:
    Bricks4Kidz® (with LEGO® Bricks)
    ENGINEERING FOR KIDS®

    Fun Fridays at Frontier returns to the pavilion at Frontier Park at 10 am on July 7, 14, 21 and 28.  The Parks and Recreation Department partners with the Community Library for a fun, informal morning of arts, crafts, and exercise. Registration is not required, but children must be accompanied by a parent during all activities.

     July is Park and Recreation Month, sponsored by the National Recreation and Park Association. Prosper will participate by providing a calendar of family events focusing on the area’s parks and recreational opportunities.

    Visit ProsperParksandRec.org

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    Game Experience Summer Camps - Inside look at game industry

    We design our summer camps for a new generation of students. They learn from industry veterans, experience college life living on the University of Washington campus and have the most epic adventures with students from around the world. They'll get an insider look into the game industry of Seattle, with private tours of AAA game studios, such as Microsoft Xbox, Valve Studios, and PopCap Games. Empower your students to explore their passion for video game development while they discover if a career in this industry is right for them!

    With over $28,000 available in scholarships, the Game Experience has never been more accessible.

     

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    https://game.experienceamerica.com/learn/


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  • Techedventures Flyer

    Tech EdVentures

    With a new location just south of Prosper, Tech EdVentures brings high - tech education to your kids.

    Coding, Robotics, Minecraft Lab for Grades K-8th.

    Register NOW at www.techedventures.com

    Click here for a downloadable flyer.


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OPPORTUNITIES
ACADEMIC / ENRICHMENT
AFTER SCHOOL CARE
  • AlphaBest Education
    (PK-5th grade)

    Available on all Elementary Campuses
    PISD After School Program

    kwebster@alphabest.org
    972-668-0640

    The Blue Elephant
    (K-12 years of age)

    11270 Legacy Drive
    Frisco, TX 75033
    469-287-0332

    Boys and Girls Club

    701 S Church St.
    McKinney, TX 75069
    214-544-8924, ext. 101

    Children’s Lighthouse Learning Centers
    (K-12 years of age)

    10660 Eldorado Pkwy
    Frisco, TX 75035
    469-252-1767

    Frisco Shuttle
    After School Transportation

    7010 Elm St.
    Frisco, TX 75034
    214-705-8555

    Kids ‘R’ Kids of Frisco
    (K-5th grade)

    9155 Preston Vineyard Drive
    Frisco, TX
    972-377-3700

    Kids ‘R’ Kids of McKinney West
    (K-5th grade)

    9070 Westridge Blvd.
    McKinney, TX 75070
    972-346-3000

    The Prep School of McKinney
    (K-5th grade)

    5317 W. University Dr.
    McKinney, TX 75071
    469-215-7737

    Primrose School of Prosper
    (K-12 years of age)

    1185 LaCima Blvd
    Prosper, TX 75078
    972-347-2767

    Primrose Day Care
    (K-12 years of age)

    5651 W. Virginia Parkway
    McKinney, TX 75071
    972-529-6863

    Prosper Initiative
    (K-5th grade)

    208 W. Broadway
    Prosper, TX 75078
    972-347-3444

    Stonebridge Academy
    (K-1st grade)

    1921 Grassmere Lane
    McKinney, TX 75071
    972-540-5760

    Whispering Farms Montessori
    (Ages 5-9)

    2460 Prosper Trail
    Prosper, TX 75078
    972-346-3200

    X-Plor: The Whole Child Journey
    (K-12 years of age)

    3153 Stonebridge Drive
    McKinney, TX 75070
    214-491-1680

     

     

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