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Stepping Into The Season

South’s very own South Steppers took on their first performance of the year during the Homecoming Pep Assembly on Sept. 15. During the Homecoming Assembly that took place in the school gymnasium, the step team made their way out onto the floor to kick off their 2017 - 2018 season.

Teacher Appreciation

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Night Time Routines

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Fort Osage Game Preview

As South’s football team prepares to take on Fort Osage for a District championship tonight, now’s a good time to get a preview of the team as we continue deeper into the postseason. The Panthers now enter tonight’s game sitting at a staggering 9-1, and look to add another tally into

Skateboarders of South

There’s more to skateboarding than intimidating/sketchy crooks and standing on wood, with crazy smoking habits. Because that’s not who skateboarders are. Most skateboarders are actually really nice people. “The stereotypes are kinda funny actually. But I just ignore most of them,” said freshman Seth Fink. Put those negative stereotypes beside, because skateboarders

Are Computers Hurting or Helping South?

South has kicked off the new school year with a few new features, including brand new computers for each student in every grade. Between students and teachers at South, everybody has a different opinion. Junior Danielle Beaubien had a lot to say about the computers and how the classes are run

Reading at South

Imagine being so caught up in a book that you absolutely cannot put it down. Being sucked into a novel just by words on a piece of paper is an incredible feeling. Unfortunately, not many students at South have been able to experience that feeling. Paige Riekhof (Sophomore) said, “Why read

Courtwarming Dates

Although Courtwarming has past, everyone is still talking about it. Courtwarming is different from other dances at South, this dance is girls choice. Many girls went all out.   Kenzie Huff (Sophomore) asked her boyfriend Quinn Kobayashi (Sophomore) with a sign that said ,”I don’t want to FORCE you to go

The Help by Kathryn Stockett *****

The Help is a story about the citizens of Jackson, Mississippi during the 1950s. This book deals with the history of America and the racism and classism that was prominent in this time. It centers around three women, Eugenia “Skeeter” Phelan, Aibileen, and Minny. Skeeter is a young white