The Eyrie

  • March 13The 5268 Biotech Falcons finished in 20th place after the Heartland Regional qualifying rounds March 9-11.

  • March 13The girls basketball team took their sub-state and made their 14th appearance at the state tournament.

  • March 1390+ orchestra students travelled to Chicago March 12-15; performed at The Field Museum.

  • March 13School to get new WiFi over Spring Break. Stay tuned.

Staff provides Prom advice based on last year

March 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Staff editorial

With Prom arriving in just two months, the Eyrie staff is recapping last year. The majority of the staff members who went last year enjoyed themselves. The few who did not like Prom last year expressed their distaste for the...

Staff sees dress code as unequal

Lauri Hoedl, Reporter

October 25, 2017

Filed under Staff editorial

Out of the 27 Eyrie staff members asked, 24 of them believe the school’s dress code is unequal between female and male students. The staff’s biggest concern is that “if a girl wears a tank top, she gets dress coded, but...

Staff members deem Falcon 50 a success

September 28, 2017

Filed under Staff editorial

This year, Olathe South is trying out Falcon 50, a fifty-minute lunch period where teachers are available to help students. So far the staff has mostly positive feelings towards the change. During Falcon 50, students can...

Staff reflects on their successes

Jamie Pellikaan, Co-Editor

May 10, 2017

Filed under Staff editorial

As the end of the year draws closer, the editorial board has begun looking back at the endeavors we have made. Be it school, personal, or newspaper achievements, we had a lot to be proud of. Christian Cortes, senior and...

Staff offers Prom ideas and advice

April 18, 2017

Filed under Staff editorial

With Prom just around the corner, the Eyrie staff has some suggestions. Juniors and seniors on the staff were asked what they think is the most important when planning Prom. Many said having good music is essential. A few...

Theater department takes on tough plays

Khadija Ceesay, Reporter

March 21, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Staff editorial

The theater department is to be commentated for taking on the challenge of presenting difficult theater, like Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” and Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar,” which will be performed May 4- 6. It...

Staff talks safety of sex education

Maddie Kindig, Reporter

March 8, 2017

Filed under Staff editorial

Learning about sex education in high schools is something every student is familiar with. But how much do the schools really teach students? A majority of the staff said the teaching was very vague and didn’t go in de...

Second Chance not understood

Lauri Hoedl, Opinion Editor

January 23, 2017

Filed under Staff editorial, Uncategorized

What is Second Chance Breakfast? It seems no one on the newspaper staff really knows—or appreciates it. Perhaps they have not noticed the kiosk in front of the auditorium after first hour. Perhaps they just don’t like change. But...

Vegetarian life has many perks

Maddie Kindig, Reporter

December 5, 2016

Filed under Staff editorial

Omnivores often associate vegans and vegetarians with some fairly negative and misleading stereotypes. Unfortunately, these stereotypes may keep these omnivores from considering the much healthier lifestyle for themselves. The...

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