By Ashley Crampton
Southern Exposure is a showcase of different songs and genres. The show took place May 5-6 and included Concert Choir, A cappella Choir, Chamber Choir, Jazz Band, BlueBeats Drumline, and assorted performances from different individuals and groups.... READ MORE »»
One of South’s beloved traditions is coming to an end this year.
“Cookie Friday” is a day where FACS teacher Jill Rogers would have her advanced culinary classes bake and sell chocolate chip cookies 3 for 1 dollar, with the money going towards supplies an... READ MORE »»
Retiring teacher Jill Rogers. Photo by Laytin Plotner
By Harper Stephens
A senior girl and a senior boy are recognized every year as Jags of the Year, an award given to those students who show responsibility and represent South as a whole.
For the class of 2016, Rachel Keeling and Dominic Dempsey were selected as this year’s... READ MORE »»
Seniors Rachel Keeling and Dominic Dempsey are the Class of 2016 Jags of the Year. Photo by Zoey Mountjoy
By Delaney Jackson
The Blue Springs South Jaguar Pride band competed at the Eighth Annual Windband festival in Dallas and came away Grand Champions of the competition.
Band director Ken Hansen said the performance they put on was the performance of a lifetime.
“We were... READ MORE »»
Earlier this month, math and physics teacher Nathan Dorsch was named teacher of the year. He is now in the running for district teacher of the year. Teachers, students and administrators at South are part of the process selecting the building
teacher of the year.
“They ask colleagues to recommend t... READ MORE »»
Nathan Dorsch tutors students after school. Photo by Cassidy Herrman
By Harper Stephens
As this school year comes to an end we say goodbye to a handful of very familiar faces here at South.
Greg Oder has been a football coach and teacher at South since ... Read More »
By Charly Buchanan
Debate and Communications teacher Kelli Morrill won the Veterans of Foreign Wars Teacher of the Year award contest.
The VFW website explains the award as for teachers with outstanding ... Read More »
By: Colton Robertson
Chance the Rapper released his 3rd project last night, and it’s amazing.
Chance put out Coloring Books on Apple Music, and to me it is the best project of 2016, better than... Read More »
The south girl’s soccer team has been helped to its outstanding record by a pair of school record breakers.
Nina Stine, a University of Missouri-Kansas City comm... Read More »
By: Mallory Kroencke
Boys track is half-way through, and the athletes have made great progression since the beginning of the season.
Blue Springs South track athletes seem to improve every year over the course of the season, and t... Read More »