Treaty

Syrian Refugee Crisis

Syrian Refugee Crisis

October 21, 2015

History of Parkway South

Ryan Harber, Features Writer

September 18, 2015

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Times come and go, but Parkway South has stood head over heals since 1976.  Hair styles coming and going, new fashion trends, and new technological devices has made the century what it has come to be today in 2015.   As w...

Honey bee population on decline

Joe Schnapp, News Editor

September 18, 2015

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The life of the honey bee isn’t sweet anymore. Honey and almond prices are on the rise because the population of the honeybee, the world's biggest pollinator, is on the decline. In North America almost a third of the food we c...

Election updates

Election updates

September 15, 2015

New South High security measures

Hannah Esker, News Writer

September 14, 2015

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This year students and teachers will have a more difficult time getting into the building during the school day. Steps have been taken to monitor and restrict school access points with the new buzz in system, called Aiphone. ...

Literacy in other classes

Literacy in other classes

September 14, 2015

Why not drivers’ ed?

Abby Johnson, News Writer

June 24, 2015

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Parkway School District offers a lot of different electives that costs money and benefits their students in many different ways. But with that come risks. Risks that the district no longer deems necessary to take; such as the...

Mr. Nichols takes on South Africa

Abby Johnson, News Writer

June 24, 2015

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Many teachers don’t get opportunities to travel to different parts of the country with their career and teach different kids. But it is different for Jeremy Nichols, a Parkway South High School history teacher, has traveled...

My trip to see Selma

My trip to see Selma

June 24, 2015

Ebola returns

Colten Hilgartner, Editor In Chief

June 24, 2015

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Ebola is a deadly disease that has a fatality rate of up to 90%. Outbreaks occur mainly in remote villages in Africa due to unsanitary and poor waste systems. Nurse Laura Salivar said it the odds are minimal that someone at the...

Death penalty in Missouri

Colten Hilgartner, Editor In Cheif

June 24, 2015

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56 year old Leon Taylor was scheduled for execution 4 days ago, but was executed early on wednesday November 19th. He was charged with robbing a Phillips 66 and killing the gas station attendant Robert Newton in 1994. He waited...

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