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Storm Alert Volume X Issue IV

Storm Alert Volume X Issue IV

May 19, 2020

Hello Elkhorn South Students, Staff and Families, I hope this email finds you well. When the closure began in March the Storm Alert made it our goal to continue reporting on ESHS News and to put out Volume X Issue IV no matter what. Our incredibly supportive administration and EPS Tech Team was ab...

Village Pointe Reopens for Business

Village Pointe Reopens for Business

Michaela Kilpatrick, Junior Reporter

May 7, 2020

A few days ago on May 4th, many businesses started reopening their doors with added precautions for safety. As summer quickly approaches, a lot of us have been wondering if we’ll be able to enjoy the same summer activities we’ve always loved. One place that is frequently visited during the summer is Vi...

Dance Team Takes on Nationals

Dance Team Takes on Nationals

MacKenzie Wheatley, Junior Reporter

March 17, 2020

Elkhorn South Dance Team traveled to Florida January 29, 2020 for their third year at the UDA dance nationals. ESDT performed their Hip-Hop and Jazz dances at the first round of nationals. They made it through the first round to advance to semifinals in the Small Varsity Jazz category. Then, making it...

Real Kings Fix Each Other’s Crowns

Nora Rai, Sophomore Reporter

March 17, 2020

The 2020 Mr. Storm competition took place on Wednesday March 4th. Seniors, Josh Oarhe, Josh Bressler, Henry Crocker, Sam Hendricksen, Jack Paradis, and Connor Gress competed for the coveted title of Mr. Storm (and a fully stocked mini fridge).  Junior Mia Jewett and Officer Tony Ramaeker hosted the show, whi...

‘Tis the season of the STORM

Cole Peterson, Journalism Student

March 17, 2020

On Defense

Kate Aksyonov, Senior Content Editor

March 17, 2020

A list of survival tips: Never squirm if you’re in quicksand. Always say no to strangers in white minivans offering candy. Don’t shower during a thunderstorm. Avoid whirlpools. Get under a desk during an earthquake. All good knowledge to have in a world of worst-case scenarios, but impractical personal...

COVID-19 Causes Closures

COVID-19 Causes Closures

Newspaper Staff

March 12, 2020

Metro Area school districts have closed schools to try and mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). On Thursday, March 12, Elkhorn Public Schools released the following statement to faculty and staff regarding the closure. "EPS Faculty and Staff, In a proactive effort to limit possible exposure to the Cor...

COVID-19: Area Schools Proceed with Caution

COVID-19: Area Schools Proceed with Caution

Newspaper Staff

March 12, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has made its way to Nebraska, and its effects are being seen throughout the Omaha metro and surrounding areas. On March 6, a 36-year-old woman was diagnosed with COVID-19 at Methodist Women’s hospital according to the Omaha World Herald. The woman, who suffers from several pre-exi...

Supporting the Legacy

At conferences on February 19 and 20, members of Senior Class Board manned this display of items on auction throughout the night. A variety of objects were available for bidding, including teen foodie baskets, prom packages, and stand-alone products.

Kate Aksyonov, Senior Content Editor

March 6, 2020

Chik-fil-a cows with sunglasses, Kendra Scott earrings, ACT prep courses, photoshoots, and many more items were available for bidding during the week of parent teacher conferences. While many participants walked away with great deals on great items, the real winner of the night was Elkhorn South’s...

Tiking Back the Tok

Tiking Back the Tok

Emma LeDent, Sophomore Reporter

March 6, 2020

It’s getting to be the end of the quarter. Stress is high and student energy levels are usually at an all time low. However, in one classroom, instead of opening up their books like usual, students are opening up the popular app, TikTok. In AP World History, sophomores are desperate for a little boost in their ...

Chemistry Extra Credit Opportunity is no ELEMENTary Task

Chemistry Extra Credit Opportunity is no ELEMENTary Task

Storm Alert Staff

March 5, 2020

Students at Elkhorn South High School took on an elemental task last Friday. The reason? Extra credit.  On the day known as “Element Day,” students who dressed up as their favorite element from the periodic table received, at the very least, 5 points extra credit in exchange for their efforts. So...

Feelin’ the Love at Elkhorn South

Feelin' the Love at Elkhorn South

Storm Alert Staff

March 1, 2020

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