Santa Fe South Express

Love yourself, you’re worth it!

Love yourself, you’re worth it!

Jordyn Borrego, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2016


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

Have you ever heard this? "I'm too short." "I'm too skinny." "If only I were shorter/taller/had curly hair/straight hair/a smaller nose/longer legs, I'd be happy." More likely the answer is yes, maybe even something similar has been spoken by you, the reader: if so, you're not alone. As a young adult,...

Freshmen survive their first semester of high school

Freshmen survive their first semester of high school

David Castillo, Reporter

December 4, 2015


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

A question many people are asked during their freshman year of high school is “How do you like high school? “ “My first semester was intimidating because of the upperclassmen, but my favorite thing has been the multiple electives they have available for us,” freshman Hector Fregoso said. “The...

Top Christmas gifts for sweethearts

Top Christmas gifts for sweethearts

Carcin Sung, Reporter

December 3, 2015


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

Have you bought something for someone special? Well, Christmas is getting close and your special ones can’t wait to see what you got them this year. Are you having a hard time finding gift for him or her? Here is a list down of the top ten Christmas gifts. This list was found on www.askmen.com and all of the lists on the bottom a...

Women’s Studies classes attend Wreath of Hope Ceremony

Women’s Studies classes attend Wreath of Hope Ceremony

Gema Mora, Reporter

October 20, 2015


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

On Thursday 15, 2015, Mrs. Grant’s women’s studies class decided to dress up purple in order to stand up against domestic abuse. Mrs. Grant took the class on a trip to the Wreath of Hope Ceremony at the Capitol. One of the points made is that one of every four women experience abuse within the commu...

The true story behind Red Ribbon Week

The true story behind Red Ribbon Week

Jordyn Borrego, Reporter

September 18, 2015


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

In 1985 DEA agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena was kidnapped, tortured and then murdered. Camarena had been working undercover in Guadalajara, Mexico for four years, and his efforts led to a tip that resulted to the discovery of a multimillion dollar narcotics manufacturing operation in Chihuahua. When...

2M2L group attends rally at the state capitol

2M2L group attends rally at the state capitol

Viviana Moreno, Reporter

September 9, 2015


Filed under STUDENT LIFE

Santa fe South’s own ‘Two Much To Lose’ club went to the state capitol to participate at the FED Up rally for “International Drug Overdose Awareness Day”, that was organized by C.A.Rx.E, also known as the ‘Coalition Against Rx Drug Epidemic’. The rally took place on August 31 at 11 a.m....

SFS hires new food service company

SFS hires new food service company

Bridgette Duenas, Reporter

August 19, 2015


Filed under STUDENT LIFE, Uncategorized

Santa Fe South Schools’ cafeteria has changed the way they feed their students. This year the district decided to switch food service companies. There is now a salad bar where the students have a variety of veggies to choose from. There are now three choices of drinks, white milk, chocolate milk, and...

New dance class at SFS High School

New dance class at SFS High School

Jose Lozano, Reporter

August 14, 2015


Filed under A & E, STUDENT LIFE

A new year at Santa Fe South means new changes have come to the school: new faces, new food, and new classes. One of new classes, which is taught by Ms. Allison, is a dance class. The class is held during 1st hour in room 108. As of now there are 22 students. The class is not focused solely on one...

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