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  • Get To Know: Dwila Funk

    Get To Know: Dwila Funk

    September 20, 2018

    By Lynasi Gapelu  Reporter   Who is Dwila Funk? Dwila Funk is Blue Springs South’s fulltime social worker. Funk has worked at both Blue Springs and Blue Springs South. Now she’s at South 24/7, due to the employment of new social workers in the district. She has worked in the di...

    Dwila Funk is Blue Springs South's full-time social worker. She has been a district employee for 21 years.

  • Students donate to food drive for Community Unity Week

    Students donate to food drive for Community Unity Week

    September 20, 2018

      By: Madison Preuett Reporter   This year once again senate has organized a community unity food drive to go along with the Blue Springs vs Blue Springs South football game.   The sponsor for senate, Susan Bubalo and Senate president Courtney Cook, both said that the reason and purpose ...

    As part of Community Unity week, students have brought in different supplies to donate to Community Services League. Photo by Madi Preset

  • Video game and anime club draws a crowd

    Video game and anime club draws a crowd

    September 19, 2018

    By Alexis Renfrow Reporter You may have seen flyers hanging around the school for a club called “Video Game and Anime Club.” That’s a pretty broad name and leaves a few questions unanswered. What do they really do? Sure, it says “video game and anime” right in the title, but that isn...

    Students watch episode 3 of "My Hero Academia" during an Anime Club meeting. The club meets every other week in Cody Fritts' room, 11. The club alternate its focus from video games to anime each week.

  • Football player, Student Senate president named August students of the month

    Football player, Student Senate president named August students of the month

    September 13, 2018

       By Hallie Robinson Reporter The Blue Springs South August students of the month are seniors Chase Terry and Courtney Cook. Both students are very involved with their school and work hard towards their goals. Terry is on the football team and in student senate. He was nominated by...

    Student Senate president Courtney Cook was selected as the female student of the month for August.

  • Air Force JROTC cadets recognized at decoration ceremony

    Air Force JROTC cadets recognized at decoration ceremony

    September 12, 2018

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    Cadets from Blue Springs South Air Force JROTC core stand at attention on Wednesday, September 5, during decoration ceremony. Photo by Amy Pacas

  • ROTC cadets march to memorialize Bataan death march

    ROTC cadets march to memorialize Bataan death march

    August 31, 2018

    By Amy Pacas Reporter On Saturday August 25, 70 cadets walked in the Bataan Death March Memorial Hike on Little Blue Trace Trail. The Bataan Death March was a 70-mile walk that Filipino-American soldiers were forced to tread by Japanese military. On April 9, 1942, 76,000 war prisoners were ...

    Cadets in the Blue Springs South Air Force JROTC program march along the Little Blue Trace in remembrance of the Bataan Death March during World War II. Photo courtesy of BSSHS Air Force JROTC

  • Getting to Know: Officer Jon Mitchell

    Getting to Know: Officer Jon Mitchell

    August 31, 2018

    What made you decide to get into the force? A: It wasn’t until I was about 18 that I decided that being a law enforcement officer would be a fun career. It’s just really the fact that I don’t want to be stuck in a cubicle. This job allows freedom of mobility you can say. Our office is a ...

    South School Resource Officer Jon Mitchell knew when he was 18 that he wanted to be a law enforcement officer. Photo by Jasmin Jenkins

  • Associate principal heads to the Freshman Center

    Associate principal heads to the Freshman Center

    Patterson Fallis, Managing Editor

    May 14, 2018

    After ten years as an assistant principal and associate principal at Blue Springs South, Doug Mattson is departing to the Blue Springs Freshman Center to become the head principal next year. Mattson, who first came to the Kansas City area in 1999, talked about what he is excited about in the upcomin...

    Doug Mattson is headed to the Freshman Center to become the principal. Photo by Colton Robertson

  • Jaguar Pride performs in Washington D.C.

    Jaguar Pride performs in Washington D.C.

    Delaney Jackson, Assistant Editor-In-Chief

    April 27, 2018

    Recently the Jaguar Pride Marching Band traveled to Washington D.C. to march in the Cherry Blossom Parade. The band spent many hours preparing for the event. While they were in D.C. they not only got to march in the parade but they also got to see all of the memorials that are there along with the S...

    Jaguar Pride Marching Band stands in front of the National Gallery of Art.

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