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Jiwoo Hwang

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Late arrivals prompt discussions of benefits and drawbacks

Jiwoo Hwang and Jack Latreille
December 20, 2019

Unlike past years where the number of late arrivals was between 8 to 10, South has implemented 14 late arrivals for this school year—eight for the first semester and six for the second, said Principal...

Pep club works to bring spirit to all activities

Pep club works to bring spirit to all activities

Jiwoo Hwang and Jack Latreille
November 15, 2019

Although South has always had spirit days and events in the past, compared to other schools, South seems to lack school spirit overall, according to senior Ela Redlinska, a Titan Nation leader. Redlinska...

Science students succeed at state competitions

Jiwoo Hwang, staff writer
October 4, 2019

Senior Elizabeth Welch-Jani and junior Izzy Huang both achieved significant scientific accomplishments this year, according to Jeff Rylander, instructional supervisor of the Science Department. Welch-Jani...

Staff members prepare for retirement, reflect on memories

Jiwoo Hwang and Tess Ledden
May 24, 2019

Hector Carabez Right after graduating from Northeastern Illinois University, Hector Carabez found a job at South working in the Dean’s office. From there, he moved to the Special Education Department,...

South    Souperheroes: Visiting the Northfield Food Pantry, senior Kate Gregory, student body president, listens to a pantry representative to gauge their food supply levels. The Northfield Food Pantry serves 700 families.

Canned Food Drive undergoes changes with grade-level competitions

Maggie Baumstark and Jiwoo Hwang
November 12, 2018

South’s annual Canned Food Drive began this week with donations given to the Northfield Township Food Pantry, which serves almost 700 families, according to Jill Brickman, supervisor of the Northfield...

it   can   happen   anywhere: Forming a line outside the auditorium doors, students wait for their belongings to be checked by faculty and administrators before school on Monday. Sept. 24 while Superintendent Dr. Michael Riggle supervises. This security measure was implemented after a message reading “there will be a school shooting on September 25th 2018” was found in a South classroom and reported on Sept. 20. Photo by Yoon Kim

Security procedures change, address local, national threats

This school year District 225 and South administration have applied new safety changes in the building because of the intensified urgency for stricter security, according to school officials. Additional...

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