Things to remember for the new one-to-one computers

October 9, 2018

Filed under The Jag

Madison Preuett   Reporter   The new Microsoft Surface Go’s  are coming faster by the day. With these computers there will be rules and polices students will need to understand. There are 20+ rules in the whole ...

Taylor Swift concert at Arrowhead does not disappoint

September 12, 2018

Filed under Showcase, The Jag

By Emily Wilson Reporter On September 8th, 2018 Taylor Swift’s Reputation Stadium Tour came to Arrowhead Swift has come to Kansas City many times before because she knows how much we love her. On Saturday, her show hit a n...

Foreign Exchange students say goodbye

Joanne Lee & Delaney Jackson, Entertainment Editor & Assistant Editor-In-Chief

May 14, 2018

Filed under Features, The Jag

Blue Springs South was home to six foreign exchange students. Sophomore Berke Tarim from Turkey, junior Ayca Senbakan also from Turkey, Junior Natanaree “View” Suksomboon from Thailand, junior Lejla Coko from Bosnia-Herzegov...

Jag now Golden Girl

May 14, 2018

South says goodbye to two long-time teachers

Delaney Jackson, Assistant Editor-In-Chief

May 14, 2018

Filed under Features, The Jag

Blue Springs South is saying goodbye to two retiring teachers this year. English teacher Christine McDowell and theater teacher Susan Cooper are both retiring. Both had pleasant things to say about their time here at South. “W...

Transgender student fights for equal rights

Colton Robertson, Editor-In-Chief

May 14, 2018

Filed under Features, The Jag

Senior RJ Appleberry is suing the Blue Springs School District for not being allowed to use the bathrooms as a transgender in the schools. The case has been taken to the Missouri Supreme Court. Appleberry transitioned in elementary scho...

Class weights and academic difficulty should correspond

Tavarus Pennington, Editorials Editor

April 27, 2018

Filed under Editorials, The Jag

When figuring students grade point averages, it seems that the Blue Springs School District places more emphasis on the wrong courses. It makes sense to assume that the person who takes the most rigorous courses BSSD has to of...

Mental health awareness walk fast approaching

Joanne Lee, Entertainment Editor

April 27, 2018

Filed under Features, News, The Jag

The Blue Springs community is coming together a second year for the Out of the Darkness Campus Walk. The walk will be on Saturday, May 5 at Blue Springs South High School. Registration begins at 10:30 and the walk wi...

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