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The Prospector

The student news site of Manitou Springs High School

The Prospector

The student news site of Manitou Springs High School

The Prospector

Students and teachers, Erin Gocinski (art teacher) and Gabrielle Waters (media tech), show off their lanterns made of reed, glue, and tissue paper just before the parade starts on Friday April 5th. “Projects always end up taking longer than we think they will, this is good because we get ambitious and want to make them better” said Gocinski.

Lighting Up the Dark

Adriana Lucero and Adelyn Powell April 19, 2019

What do high school students normally do on a Friday night? Sitting at home and staying up late is what most students do but for some Manitou art students and parents, this Friday is special. On Friday...

Ready Set Cook: Chili Cook Off Brings Community Together

Ready Set Cook: Chili Cook Off Brings Community Together

Henry Ilyasova, Junior Reporter February 5, 2019

The Chili Cook-Off is an annual event at Manitou Springs High School where families, students and teachers come together to make and taste chili. This is an event that has happened before at the school...

Matt Riveras pieces, Paint the World and Out of this World, were both done with oil pastel.

The Art of an Art Show

Spencer Briggs-Hale, Reporter May 3, 2017

The Manitou Art Show, which started on Friday and will go for for the next week, displayed student artwork and creativity. As visitors walk in, they are greeted by Bob Ross. The student's art work...

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