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The Eyrie

The student news site of Olathe South High School

The Eyrie

Sion Worley

Sion Worley, Reporter & photo mentor

Sion Worley, senior, is a reporter for the 2017-2018 Eyrie. Worley is proficient in Adobe Photoshop, maybe a bit too skilled for his own good. He enjoys participating in the theatre crew, being very sarcastic, not having to correct his name’s pronunciation constantly, and not writing these bio pieces. This is his third year on the staff.

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Students intern for summer

Sion Worley, Reporter
August 18, 2017
Byron Rodriguez, Sophomore, and Connor Horn, Senior, Playing a game of chess.

Students build new Chess Club

Sion Worley, Reporter
February 13, 2017
New SPCA Club is founded

New SPCA Club is founded

Sion Worley, Reporter
January 23, 2017
Its a Must: The Nerd Cubed

It’s a Must: The Nerd Cubed

Sion Worley, Reporter
December 5, 2016
(From left to right) Lexie Storrer, Lindsey Delana and Kala Holder, seniors, laugh with Phil Clark, current principal, and Clint Albers, athletic director, during lunchtime. Clark will miss interacting with the students, but knows Albers will be a good choice to replace his position as principal.

Saying goodbye & hello—

Sion Worley, Reporter
April 11, 2016

Need service hours?

Sion Worley, Reporter
March 23, 2016
Korie Hutton and Katelyn Gravley, sophomores, go door to door to collect cans.

TOTSOCE helps families in need

Sion Worley, Reporter
November 30, 2015

SASH helps provide aid

Sion Worley, Reporter
November 12, 2015
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