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Longer school days!?

Longer school days!?

Gabby Larsen, SMS

March 13, 2018


Filed under South Student Life

I think school should not be in session during the day for 7 hours. I feel like seven hours is a lot of time for impatient children to sit in a class and stare at a paper, especially younger kids. We could at least limit homework to one page or none, after being a school for many many hours, students u...

Self-Conscious Eyebrows

Self-Conscious Eyebrows

Jeneva Craig, SMS

March 6, 2018


Filed under South Student Life

Do you ever look at your eyebrows and say “Wow these things are ugly,” I just want to say you’re not alone. I’ve been told my eyebrows are fake, caterpillars, and ugly. But you know what eyebrows are amazing they give your eyes someone to because your eyelashes are sassy. When you wax your ey...

Managers of SMS

Managers of SMS

Megan Burdge, SMS

January 18, 2018


Filed under South Sports

The South Middle School Wolves have two sports teams this fall. What makes the practices and the teams run so smoothly? The people behind these successes are the managers. What’s their job? How do they help? Our school has an 8th-grade boys basketball team. The coaches are, Coach James and Coach...

Potential of Baseball 2018

Potential of Baseball 2018

December 11, 2017


Filed under South News

The 2017 MLB season went out with an exciting seven games. Hopefully, some of the fire will carry over into the upcoming 2018 season. Some teams don’t really get to feel the experience of winning very often. Every year they get a chance to change their team and try to make them better. Some of tho...

Different Aspects of Christmas

Different Aspects of Christmas

Paige Bruflat, SMS

December 11, 2017


Filed under South Student Life

Christmas is a magical time of year, as most people think, but why do students love this holiday so much? Are there special traditions that have sentimental value to them, or is it just the joyful feeling in the air that Christmas brings? With Christmas being the season of giving, SMS students have bee...

The Life of a Cross Country Runner

The Life of a Cross Country Runner

Nolana Marr, SMS

November 29, 2017


Filed under South Sports

Amelia Morris an A-team runner on the Cross Country team, has never competed before, but she somehow managed to make it to the highest team within the six week season and get places above 25th. Morris said, “It is hard because we have to run over hills and through grass.” Cross Country sounds like a lot of work comp...

What If You Could Take It With You

What If You Could Take It With You

Abby Hellums, SMS

November 29, 2017


Filed under South Student Life

October 13th, at 7:30, Maya Freeman said, “The Kitchen is kind of hot,” as they started the performance, of You Can’t Take It With You. Many things were said about this performance, “The highlight of Middle School” Andrew Burton said. While Paige Showen and Skylar Farr said that it was lots of reall...

Behind the Artist

Behind the Artist

Audrey Taylor, SMS

November 29, 2017


Filed under South Student Life, Uncategorized

Every year, lots of projects are hung up in the halls for everyone to enjoy. Art class is truly where masterpieces are made, and it’s amazing to witness them being created. Ms. Jacob’s class is on their fourth project this semester. It’s a painting project about color. For this project, Janet ...

Why no chromebooks for everyone?

Why no chromebooks for everyone?

Karley Sprankle, SMS

November 29, 2017


Filed under South News

Why do 6th and 7th grades get Chromebooks and 8th graders don't? Do you think it's fair? Well, 6th, 7th, and 8th graders think that it's not fair, everyone should get a chance two have and use a Chromebook for school. Sixth-grader Lily Thompson said, “I don't think it's fair because every kid needs to ...

How We Got Into The Crazy Rodeo world

How We Got Into The Crazy Rodeo world

Alexa Freemyer, SMS

November 29, 2017


Filed under South Student Life

Delanee and I have known each other since we were in preschool. Somehow we got separated, and we didn't talk for a while. A few years passed and we started talking through texts and getting to know “the old us” again. About a few weeks later we planned to get together and hang out.  I found out qui...

A Look Into Theatre

A Look Into Theatre

Dakota Essenpries, SMS

November 29, 2017


Filed under South Student Life

What Theatre Is Like? Theatre is a class different than other. For example, in theatre people pay to watch what you do in class. It is a class that anyone can take in Middle School and High School. In Middle School, it only lasts one semester. If you make it into the play, there is after school prac...

Daily Life of Being a 7th Grader

Daily Life of Being a 7th Grader

Sydney Bennett

November 29, 2017


Filed under South Student Life

Being a 7th grader is different from being a 6th grader. When there were different schools for 7th and 6th graders, 6th grade didn’t start school until 8:35 and 7th graders started school at 7:35. 7th graders also get more homework and more stressful classes. A couple of people told us about their f...

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