The Paw Print

Slang of the Month

Mireya Ruiz, Photography Editor

December 10, 2018

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Every month the Paw Print will survey teachers in our school to ask what they believe to be the meaning of popular slang words students use across social media. It really be like that sometimes: When something unfortunate and...

Student Spotlight: Lauren Swanson

Emily Manning, Staff Writer

December 10, 2018

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  Many might believe that having a hearing disability can interfere with someone’s life, but Lauren Swanson, sophomore, breaks this belief. Among taking honors classes, Swanson plays on the tennis team and participates...

Staff member of the month: Kris Resendez

Staff, Staff

December 5, 2018

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Congratulations, Mrs. Kris Resendez! Nomination highlights: *Kris always supports staff to provide the best educational experiences through sharing information and, responding professionally to families as well as staff. *She...

Faculty Member Spotlight: Walter Ornelas

Juve Angulo, Editorial Cartoonist

December 5, 2018

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Walter Ornelas is this month’s Staff Spotlight, and he shares his experience at South so far, how it has impacted him as a person, and more about his very first position as dean. “[My experience] has actually been a very...

Sexual misconduct allegations raise suspicion in media s

Alexis Polizzi, Editorial & Opinion Editor

December 5, 2018

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Many controversies have emerged lately in the political sphere, involving top leaders such as Donald Trump, Brent Kavanaugh and more. The media draws attention to a common narrative through line in the midst of these controversies:...

Student Spotlight: Lauren Swanson

Emily Manning, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

Filed under Features

Many might believe that having a hearing disability can interfere with someone’s life, but Lauren Swanson, sophomore, breaks this belief. Among taking honors classes, Swanson plays on the tennis team and participates in the...

Inside look at south’s homeless population

Caitlin Deerwester, Opinions Editor

December 5, 2018

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Homelessness is a tragedy that some experience and could be made even more difficult if that person is a teenager in high school. At South there is currently 15 homeless students. Homeless students are automatically enrolled...

As homelessness pervades the area, humanitarians seek help

Mireya Ruiz, Photography Editor

December 5, 2018

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Across the country, over 500,000 people remain stranded on the streets of America. We tend to forget this as many of us are tucked in our warm, thick blankets and are well nourished through the winter months. The harsh truth is...

Holiday drinks for the holiday season!

Emily Sherrill, Feature Editor

December 5, 2018

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Graduating early, preparing for education beyond high school

Jamiah Sanders, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

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This year of high school is more than halfway over, but, for some seniors, they are close to the finish line draws nearer as students get ready to graduate high school in December. Graduating early is a decision made junior year...

Olympic contenders undergo vigorous routines for annual winter competition

Mandi Granato, Staff Writer

February 28, 2018

Filed under Features, Sports

People all across the world, each and every day, prepare for an event that only happens every four years: the Olympics. For many, it starts with the training. Milo Swain, trainer of 2016 Rio Olympic gold medalist swimmer Kevin...

Art Spotlight: Kaiden Clemens refreshing “Just Do It” mindset about getting involved

Jackson Lapp, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

Every year many freshmen join different clubs and activities to meet new people or to grow an already existing passion. No matter how many activities they enter, it is still nerve-racking to join a new group of people. However,...

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