Santa Fe South Express

Spicy Noodle Challenge

Ariana Garcia, Senior Section

October 19, 2018


Filed under Showcase, STUDENT LIFE

Newspaper is starting a new segment, we will be doing different challenges every week. This weeks challenge was the Spicy Noodle Challenge which is where we eat the "spiciest" noodles ever made and try to eat as much as we can without getting anything to drink. Everyone in Newspaper participated and...

Spooky Spots Worth Visiting

Spooky Spots Worth Visiting

Victor Escobedo, Senior Editor

October 17, 2018


Filed under A & E, Showcase, STUDENT LIFE

Halloween is approaching us and there's plenty of things to do this fall along with zombie hunts, mazes, haunted houses and much more to do here in Oklahoma. Fright Fest When: September 29th - October 28th (Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays) Frontier City's annual Halloween event occurring up...

Saints Hidden Talent

Saints Hidden Talent

Joseph Moran, Writer

October 16, 2018


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

Emely Chavez - Singing What got you into singing? ¨I´ve been singing since a really young age and only recently have I been open with singing in public¨ This was no shock to me, she has been the best singer I know. Every time I´d hear her sing my jaw would drop. Mrs. Severson- Singing What...

Fiestas De Las Americas

Fiestas De Las Americas

Maxamilliano Carranza, Reporter

October 16, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase, STUDENT LIFE

On Saturday, September 29th The Fiestas De Las Americas was held and Santa Fe South had  a float for the parade. Students and teachers were there to help build and create the float that would represent the school. This parade was important because it helped others celebrate Hispanic culture and certain traditions. The people that were involved in the parade and the building of the float gave all their effort to stomp out the other floats and winning an award for having the most spirit on their float. It was an amazing event that tons of people attended and should definitely not be missed the next year is celebrated!...

The Mid-Autumn Festival

The Mid-Autumn Festival

Maxamilliano Carranza, Reporter

October 16, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, STUDENT LIFE

On September 24th, Santa Fe South held a celebration in honor of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival. This festival was held to celebrate Chinese culture and to give thanks to family and friends. The event was held in the cafeteria at lunch in which students from the Chinese club and classes performed for...

Community Service Options!!

Community Service Options!!

October 16, 2018


Filed under SPORTS, STUDENT LIFE

Some Community Service Hours Options: Canned Food drive Boys and Girls Club after school  Coat Drive Food Bank Many more! Ask Mrs. Grant for more options in the Senior Section!

Saints Hidden Talents

Saints Hidden Talents

October 16, 2018


Filed under Showcase, STUDENT LIFE

Santa  Fe South is not your ordinary school. There are many Saints here with a variety of different talents. Many of them are well-known for their talent and others you have to dig a little deeper to find out. Here are some of our Saints and their hidden talents: Joseph Moran- Senior, Artist Joseph...

Stepping Up To The Plate

Stepping Up To The Plate

Daniel Medina, Contributor

September 26, 2018


Filed under Baseball, NEWS, Showcase, SPORTS, STUDENT LIFE

Coach Wood along with nine members of the baseball team attended an event in Moore where they got to help people with disabilities play baseball. Coach Wood said it was a privilege to volunteer their time to help out. He also said it was a humbling experience, that those people have it a lot tougher...

Lonzo Escobedo: El Charro de La Santa Fe

Lonzo Escobedo: El Charro de La Santa Fe

Victor Escobedo, Senior Editor

September 26, 2018


Filed under SENIOR SECTION, Showcase, STUDENT LIFE, STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

  Students at SFS HS are known for our work ethic and endeavors to gain prosperity in education but there's also students who have interesting hobbies out of school. Lonzo Escobedo is a senior at Santa Fe South. Being a predominately Hispanic school, our heritage is a major fa...

If You Were a Smell What Would Yours Be?

If You Were a Smell What Would Yours Be?

Noemy Salinas and Shelsy Escobedo

September 24, 2018


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

We asked students and teachers "If you were a smell what would it be?" Saul Diaz, Sophomore : "Pizza because it smells really good." Kevon Martorell, Senior: " Chocolate because I love chocolate." Sandra Raygoza, Senior: "A sunflower because they are so beautiful." Desmond Lewis, Freshman:...

Glow Out Assembly

Glow Out Assembly

September 17, 2018


Filed under Showcase, STUDENT LIFE

The Black Out Assembly was the closure for SWOLE Week. It was an extravagant celebration filled with cheers and excitement. They had the SFSHS Cheerleaders do dances and chants to make the mood more exciting. They also presented the SFSMS Cheerleaders who also did some dances and they did an amazing...

SFS Water Fest

SFS Water Fest

September 15, 2018


Filed under Showcase, STUDENT LIFE

As we all know, this week has been filled with amazing events and exciting dress-up days! All of the funds made during S.W.O.L.E Week will be given to the non-profit organization, Redline 4 Kids. Friday's Water Fest was hosted by Luis Archila and Amelia Lopez. They had a water slide, slip'n'slide, and...

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