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12/05/14

12/05/14

Antonia Lowell, Staff writer December 5, 2014

Karlee Aponte follows through with her throw in a game of "Trashketball" in Donald Winnes's sixth hour pre-calculus class. Students work as a group to solve a complex problem, and teams who get it right...

12/04/14

12/04/14

Ellen Gantenbein, Sports Editor December 4, 2014

Students signed "I am thankful" posters during lunch last Tuesday before Thanksgiving break. The posters now hang above the balcony, visible from all areas in the commons. One note says "I am thankful...

12/03/14

12/03/14

Ellen Gantenbein, Sports Editor December 4, 2014

The media center staff recently set up their winter book display. Books are arranged on a toboggan, complete with individual beanies. A nearby sign encourages students to "Slide into a good book."

12/01/14

12/01/14

Antonia Lowell, Staff writer December 1, 2014

Students sit in a circle on the auditorium floor this afternoon, discussing their feelings about the Ferguson developments and what they think South should do next. Students talked about their own experiences...

11/17/14

11/17/14

Antonia Lowell, Staff writer November 17, 2014

Students crowd the stairwell after second lunch, pushing their way through to reach their classes. Previously students would use the larger, main stairs to get to class, but this school year it was designated...

11/13/14

11/13/14

Rhiana Stark, Opinions Editor November 13, 2014

Hamilton's AP Biology class conducted an experiment where one person from each lab group would place their hands in a bin of snow and cold water for five minutes. A before and after rate was calculated...

11/5/14

11/5/14

Antonia Lowell, Staff Writer November 10, 2014

Students in Profe Plante's sixth hour Spanish III class film a scary story they've written in one of South's back stairwells. It has to be all in Spanish, and seems to include a girl being followed by...

11/07/14

11/07/14

Kaitlyn White and Antonia Lowell November 10, 2014

South High's brand new vending machines are popular through out the school. With one on side of the theater and the other located by the boys bathroom in the commons, they're easy to find and use. It's...

11/3/14

11/3/14

Corinth Matera, Advisor November 3, 2014

Several South teachers visited Andersen School this morning to show solidarity with teachers there in the wake of yesterday's Star Tribune article on teacher evaluation. The article, headlined "Minneapolis'...

10/24/14

10/24/14

Elvis Torres Riera, Staff Writer October 24, 2014

Students in a gym class enjoy the last sort of nice weather by playing soccer on the field outside the lunch doors. South's gym classes offer a variety of ways to exercise to the students who participate.

10/22/14

10/22/14

Frances Matejcek, A&E editor October 22, 2014

Senior Maddie Whitehead works on a display case meant to commend students who have demonstrated excellence in AVID. Whitehead and two other students work as student aides for Tanya Hodge, the AVID coordinator.

Daily Glimpse - 10/20/14

10/20/14

Xavie Wilson October 21, 2014

Student teacher Trevor McDonald is surrounded by students happy to have him back in his regular 5th hour government and economics class. McDonald was away for the past few weeks because of his mother’s...

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