Santa Fe South Express

A Circus In Town?

A Circus In Town?

Jordyn Borrego, Senior Editor/Reporter

November 11, 2016


Filed under NEWS

Ghouls, goblins, witches, vampires and zombies are creatures that we dread or look forward to seeing on Halloween, but what is the new fiend on the street? Mummies? A giant spider? How would you feel if we told you it's someone wearing makeup; to be more precise it's a clown. From the clown with the...

Logo Contest Update

Logo Contest Update

Kassandra Gonzalez, Reporter

October 27, 2016


Filed under A & E, NEWS, Showcase

The Logo Contest for the SFS Express is still open! The logo must include, A train Bernie The words "Santa Fe South Express" Make sure you include your name, grade, email address, title of your piece, and your artwork in your submission. Submit your artwork to  sfsnewspaperexpre...

Santa Fe South Express Student Art Contest

Santa Fe South Express Student Art Contest

September 30, 2016


Filed under A & E, NEWS, Showcase

The next generation of Saints want to see your artwork on the SFS Newspaper. The Santa Fe South Express Student Art Competition will award one $10 gift card from OnCue and will acquire the winning artworks for display as the Santa Fe South Express logo. Submit your work before the 31 of October to ...

Santa Fe Souths Newest Facility

Daniel Arellanes, Reporter

August 30, 2016


Filed under NEWS, STUDENT LIFE

Santa Fe South High School has recently started using a new building as part of their campus. The new rooms are at Shields Boulevard Baptist Church on Shields between SE 36th and SE 38th.  It houses five teachers, Mr. Boyd, Mr. Vangilder, Mrs. Harding, Mrs. Grant, and Mrs. D. Anderson. Mr. Vangilder...

Can you say Zumbathon?

Can you say Zumbathon?

Jennifer Villafana, Reporter

March 29, 2016


Filed under NEWS

Prom is hosting a Zumbathon this Saturday, April 2nd from 11 am to 1pm at the Santa Fe South Elementary gym. Tickets are $10. With the purchase of a ticket 2 hours of community service will begiven and names are put into a raffle. Winners will have an opportunity to get a free make up session from Ulta,...

Senior wins Lion’s Club Scholarship

Senior wins Lion’s Club Scholarship

Maria Mancera, Co-Editor

March 24, 2016


Filed under NEWS

Congratulations to senior, Karina Ortiz! She is the second Class of 2016 student from Santa Fe South to win the Lion’s Club Scholarship this year. On March 22nd she competed against students from Deer Creek, Moore, PC West, Del City, and Mt. Saint Mary High School. Each student presented a speech e...

Former Saint working for the Minnesota Twins

Former Saint working for the Minnesota Twins

David Castillo, Reporter

March 9, 2016


Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Carlos Font, the son of Santa Fe South’s beloved Mr. William Font who is the Spanish teacher at the high school, is working for the Major League Baseball’s (MLB) Minnesota Twins. Carlos graduated from SFS in 2011 and played basketball and baseball for the school. Carlos went on to play college baseball...

Never Alone

Never Alone

Diana Lara, Co-editor

March 3, 2016


Filed under NEWS, Showcase

As most of you all know our very own Ms. Williams received the Outstanding Mentor from the Not Alone Project for Oklahoma mentor day on January 8, 2016 and we had the opportunity to interview her one on one. Ms. Williams was born on May 25, 1987 in Lansing, Michigan and later on moved to Illinois...

Starting the new semester off with exercise

Starting the new semester off with exercise

Gema Mora, reporter

February 4, 2016


Filed under NEWS

Starting on Thursday, January 28, 2016, the Women Studies classes have been doing exercise in class. Training the girls to get in shape helps improve their health and fitness. The girls had a really tough time training, but were enjoying it, at least they were laughing while they exercised. Their trai...

Do you know what to do in an earthquake?

Do you know what to do in an earthquake?

Sarai Hernandez, Reporter

January 21, 2016


Filed under NEWS, Uncategorized

In 2015, there were 29 earthquakes with a magnitude 4.2 or greater, which is strong enough to cause damage and injury. With recent earthquakes taking place in Oklahoma it would be wise to be informed on what you should do when an earthquake takes place. The most important thing to do is to stay calm! If...

Prepare your home for earthquakes

Prepare your home for earthquakes

Edwin Meneses, Reporter

January 20, 2016


Filed under NEWS

In light of the recent earthquakes in Oklahoma one can’t help but think of ways to prevent home damage. Experts say that securing loose objects in your home is a good call because the magnitude of these earthquakes is strong enough to knock down a TV off the wall, or books off the shelf. Using Velc...

Rowing season begins February 15

Rowing season begins February 15

Jennifer Villafana, Reporter

January 19, 2016


Filed under NEWS, Rowing, SPORTS

Santa Fe South rowing season is coming up soon so anyone who is interested in joining needs to talk to Mr. Cusack. Rowing season will begin on February 15. Anyone who is interested is more than welcome to join. Practices are held at the high school on Monday, Wednesday and Friday after school. Tuesday...

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