The Eyrie

Staff provides keys to success

Alyssa Hoedl, Co-Editor

January 20, 2016

For freshmen, the first semester of high school can be scary. Being the small fish in the pond instead of the big fish can be pretty daunting. Adding in AP classes, three grades of upperclassmen and finals can be overwhelming...

Staff wishes peers happy holidays

December 2, 2015

As soon as Halloween ends, the holiday season begins. Music, food and colorful decorations fill the air with the holiday spirit. Most of the staff agrees that this is a wonderful time of the year. “My favorite part of the...

All should pitch in by pitching out

October 2, 2015

When walking into a hospital, a person should be genuinely concerned if there is dust, dirt and trash all over the place. This expectation should be no different in a place where students and teachers spend seven hours a day,...

Suicide assembly brings awareness

May 15, 2015

“I Choose to Live” was hosted last week, and it came with mixed reviews. The assembly brought awareness that suicide is preventable and that people should be comfortable with talking about the issue.  They learned that...

Spring brings possible danger

Staff editorial

April 9, 2015

Spring has sprung, days are longer, weather is nicer; for many these changes mean spending countless hours outside, with friends, and for some it means doing things that are not deemed “safe.” Parents have warned teens...

Academic clubs provide valuable opportunities

March 16, 2015

When students think of school competition, their first thought is usually sports. What many do not know is that there are dozens of other organizations that participate in competitions. A common misconception about being in...

Eyrie excited about A.L.I.C.E.

January 22, 2015

A.L.I.C.E seems to be a positive change for Olathe South. The school board put A.L.I.C.E in place to replace the old “Code Red” when handling situations where an intruder enters the school. Most staff favor the aspect of...

Ethics conference to be applauded

January 15, 2015

Unless you were one of the 130 Olathe South students who attended the Olathe Ethics Conference on Friday, Nov. 7, you probably don’t know what a good thing you missed. It was held by the school’s Professional Careers Academ...

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