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The student news site of Olathe South High School

The Eyrie

The student news site of Olathe South High School

The Eyrie

Kayla Staley

Kayla Staley, Feature editor

Kayla Staley, senior, is feature editor for the 2015-2016 Eyrie. Staley is a part of Future Teachers of Olathe, Falcon Service Club, Student Senate and peer tutors. In addition, she plays the cello in the concert orchestra and is a part of NHS. This is her third year on the staff.

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Prom to recreate Great Gatsby era

Kayla Staley, Feature Editor
April 11, 2016
Sarah Miller and Courtney Williams, juniors, wait for instructions in between sets at the Winter Band concert.

March recognizes student musicians

Kayla Staley, Feature Editor
March 23, 2016
Beeler volunteers  at the Cedar Cove Feline Sanctuary, where they care for endangered big cats, some of which can be seen in the cages behind her. Beeler cleans these enclosures for the large cats as a part of her volunteer work.

Lions, tigers, leopards, oh my!

Kayla Staley, Feature Editor
January 20, 2016
Rachel Mast, freshman, and her mom Jawanda Mast work together to do whatever they can to help get the ABLE Act passed. They got the word out via social media and visits to places like Washington D.C.

ABLE act—

Kayla Staley, Reporter
March 16, 2015
Melinda Hrdy, second to the left, is seen receiving her award with her team during nationals.  Hrdy competed against culinary students from 43 states and territories in management and culinary competitions.

Passion for cooking

Kayla Staley, Reporter
February 18, 2015
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