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Students Qualify At EcoMeet

Students Qualify At EcoMeet

Mark Holland, News Editor

November 16, 2016


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For a few of South's science students, their knowledge of nature has provided them with an opportunity to go to what is known as the EcoMeet. "The EcoMeet is a competition where a bunch of people from around the state get together and test their knowledge about Kansas plants and animals," junior Madi...

America Voted, South Spoke

America Voted, South Spoke

Lily Wagner, Web Editor, Infographics Editor

November 10, 2016


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Gloria Carson- Freshman “I think that both candidates were terrible, I’m not happy with the outcome.” “If the had let young people have a say that definitely would not have been the outcome.” Colin Kerr- Freshmen “I think he’s [Donald Trump] gonna make America great again....

Dancing in Space

Dancing in Space

Jill Propst, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016


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On Nov. 11, the Shawnee Mission South JV and Varsity Pacesetters will host their 6th annual Dance Marathon. The night includes food, good music and many prizes. “I really enjoy dance marathon. It's a chance to go to a dance without needing to dress formally or bring a date. It's just fun and e...

2016 Mr. AmeriCan Competition Tonight

2016 Mr. AmeriCan Competition Tonight

Angela Machado, Staff Writer

November 9, 2016


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The annual Mr. AmeriCAN senior boy pageant will be held tonight, Nov 9 from 7-8:30. For the first year Mr. AmeriCAN will be combined with the SMS finals for Hoops for Hope. The purpose of the pageant is raise money and cans to donate to those in need. The boys will be going through a spirit, talent, forma...

NAHS Trunk or Treat

NAHS Trunk or Treat

Madison Holloway, Ads Editor

October 31, 2016


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The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) hosted its first annual Trunk or Treat on Thursday, Oct. 27. The event was meant to bring the community together and engage the elementary kids in a fun activity at south. Many clubs got involved to get kids excited about the different activities they could participate...

Tumbling into State

Miah Clark and Maxie Crimm

October 28, 2016


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On Saturday, Oct. 22, the South gymnastics team competed at their State meet, which was hosted by South. Overall the team placed eighth, but with improved scores from team members in individual events. "It was a good way to end the season even though we didn't place as high as we wanted to," senior F...

A Fiesta Full of Learning

A Fiesta Full of Learning

Mara Baine, Staff Writer

October 21, 2016


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Principal Todd Dain and Counselor Beau Gothier hosted a program at South called Future Focus Fiesta Monday, Oct. 10. This program helped give information to students and parents about financial aid. “The idea behind it was that there were some changes to the financial aid that started this ye...

“Les Mis” Opening Night Pushed Back

“Les Mis” Opening Night Pushed Back

Amelia Holcomb, Editor-In-Chief

October 20, 2016


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The theatre's production of the show "Les Misérables" was canceled for Wednesday, Oct. 19. "Our lead, Zach Greer is unfortunately ill. We can't really do the show without him and we don't have any understudies for this show, really just because, especially for Jean Valjean, it's just such a tou...

Lunch Tutoring Program Seeks to Assist Students with Classes

Lunch Tutoring Program Seeks to Assist Students with Classes

Avery Woods, Copy Editor

October 19, 2016


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Every Monday and Wednesday, a small group of National Honor Society students can be seen eating lunch in the back room of the counseling office, where college visits often take place. These students are there for a reason: they’re tutors, willing to help any student who walks in and asks for help ...

The 2016 Debates: Blatant Lies and the Desire to Cry

The 2016 Debates: Blatant Lies and the Desire to Cry

Lily Wagner, Web Editor, Infographics Editor

October 5, 2016


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The First Debate– 9/26/16 Thought the debates consisting of childish name-calling and arguing about anything but the given topics were over? Well, as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said 11 times during Monday’s debate; “wrong.” The first of three presidential debates took...

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