Winter weather has hit the Kansas City area several times this season. Snowy and icy roads have complicated the morning commutes of drivers all across the metro. Several South students have been affected by the conditions. Senior Ewan Frick notes that his vehicle is not properly fitted for dangerous roads. “I definitely
Students across South are experiencing confusion this winter season. As is Kansas City, with at least three incorrect weather forecasts in the past month, misinforming many. Whether these inaccuracies are positive or negative, it’s clear that snow days have been the talk of the town. In South’s case, a recent twitter
After beginning second semester, many students choose to anxiously count the days they have left before summer break. Yet it is currently the middle of winter, and many students believe South may face the possibility of snow days that might throw off this countdown. Freshman Dakota Nelson stated that he “wouldn’t
The Park Hill School District has only given their students one snow day this school year.
After four snow days, the excitement seemed to be waning.
Five snow days this semester have extended the last day of school and students are unhappy about the snow day’s effects.
With all the snow covering the ground, the spring sports are starting a little later than usual and doing whatever they can to get outside as soon as possible.
Despite the lack of real snow this winter, members of the Ski Club still practice their favorite winter sports.
This week’s photo of the week features Neal Norris (12) rolling around in the small amount of snow that fell Jan. 11.