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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

Michaela Kilpatrick, Junior Reporter

December 20, 2019

“I don’t necessarily believe in New Years resolutions. Instead, I think that we should have daily goals (mini resolutions) so we can take smaller steps in order to reach a bigger goal. One of my day to day goals is to slowly get back into reading more, so I always have a book on me in school and...

Noteworthy Teachers

Noteworthy Teachers

Michaela Kilpatrick, Junior Reporter

December 20, 2019

Imagine having a career someday that truly felt like the greatest job in the world. A job that truly made a difference, and helped to encourage and inspire people every single day. Well, for chorus teachers Mr. Cross and Mrs. Gonring, that dream is a reality. All three ESHS choirs, mixed, concert, and f...

All-Stars Go to All-Nations

All-Stars Go to All-Nations

Nora Rai, Sophomore Reporter

November 20, 2019

Elkhorn South recently sent two students, seniors Henry Tomsu and Julia Patterson, to the All National Honors Ensembles, a prestigious event that focuses on music education. Students that have been selected for All State have the ability to audition for this ensemble. Tomsu and Patterson successfull...

Elkhorn South chooses sophomore Emma LeDent as 2020 HOBY ambassador

Elkhorn South chooses sophomore Emma LeDent as 2020 HOBY ambassador

Kate Aksyonov, Senior Content Editor

November 8, 2019

Emma LeDent is the newest student chosen to represent Elkhorn South at the Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) leadership conference. This is the tenth year that ESHS will send a student to this leadership camp that takes place May 29 to 31.   This opportunity has been promoted to sophomores throughout Octo...

Here for a “gourd” time, not a long time; Students share why Vala’s Pumpkin Patch is a top pick for fall

Here for a “gourd” time, not a long time; Students share why Vala’s Pumpkin Patch is a top pick for fall

Cambri Rolfes, Junior Reporter

November 1, 2019

As fall comes to an end with the passing of Halloween and the start of November, there is one aspect of the season that those in the community can agree is a vital part of the time; Vala’s Pumpkin Patch. The family owned entertainment has been a Midwest tradition for 35 years, and each brings on ne...

HIGH school

HIGH school

MacKenzie Wheatley, Junior Reporter

October 31, 2019

  Drinking, Drugs, and Depression. Three aspects that are inevitably part of High School life. It's almost impossible for students to go through High School without running into these obstacles. Whether they are the one who carries out the action, is being influenced to do something, or is simply a...

Number 68

Number 68

Nathan Blusys, Junior Reporter

October 31, 2019

Junior Teddy Prochazka is a four star, offensive tackle that just about everyone has heard a few things about. Its hard to miss him in the hallway standing at 6 foot 8 inches “I always knew I was going to be tall I just didn’t know it was going to help so much with sports,” Prochazka said. T...

What’s the buzz?

What’s the buzz?

Emma LeDent, Sophomore Reporter

October 30, 2019

This summer, Sunday, June 16th, a team from Elkhorn South placed third at a national competition. However, if anyone had to guess what team that was, the last guess on their mind would be quiz bowl. For most, quiz bowl is virtually unknown, but for some, it is a massive part of their life. Quiz bowl i...

Gone Clubbin’

Emma LeDent, Sophomore Reporter

October 7, 2019

Extracurricular activities are a quintessential aspect of high school. They allow for exploration of hobbies, meeting new people, and having fun. There are a ton of clubs at Elkhorn South, but some are definitely more popular than others. Everyone has heard of DECA and SADD, but what about the lesser...

Current foodie, future baker

Ashley Wyzinski, reporter

May 13, 2019

Many students are undecided on what they want to pursue as a future career. Others, like sophomore Emma Freeman, are already taking steps into their desired field. Freeman is ahead of the game. She is already working on mastering her pastry chef skills.     Freema started baking for fun and r...

Silicone Sippers

Ashley Wyzinski, reporter

May 13, 2019

Many people may be unaware that the business department has an entrepreneur in its midst. Ramsey Dolesh and his wife Kandi Dolesh have been starting a new business over the past few years and have now been selling straws for about 9 mounts. The idea originated form a simple problem. Kandi Dolesh wanted to...

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