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Archery inspires Butcher to persevere

Cameron Stewart

February 20, 2020

Senior Lauren Butcher strives to exemplify the two traits that archery i focuses on: precision and patients.. Butcher began her archery journey in the wake of a serious accident to expedite her recovery.  “I broke my ba...

Family connects Echols to horses

Chance Allee

February 20, 2020

Sophomore Abbie Echols plans to saddle up and ride into summer with her horse Sophie. Although busy with marching band during the fall, Echols competes in showmanship, pony haltering, and western horseback riding during the sum...

Bowers adds lacrosse to athletic resume

Emmalee Haag

February 20, 2020

Straying from the commonplace in the world of high school sports, junior softball player Caitlin Bowers spends her off-season participating on Lee’s Summit North High School’s lacrosse team. Because lacrosse is not popular...

Cybersecurity career within reach for Metz

Cameron Stewart

February 6, 2020

Taking advantage of one of the many excellent programs offered at Summit Tech, senior Will Metz has begun his career prep in a major way. “Cybersecurity is a thriving industry, with more and more of the world going digital,...

Social worker Gordon a versatile means for success

Bradley Byler

January 23, 2020

Today, many students are affected with stress, trouble at home, and other serious issues. The counseling office offers many utilities and resources to students to ensure success both on and off the campus. Housed in the counseling...

Volun-teen Popp gains valuable experience

Cameron Stewart

December 5, 2019

For the past several years, senior Bethany Popp has had a backstage pass to the KC zoo. As a zoo volun-teen, Popp has spent her time differently than so many of her peers, putting hours into cleaning the cages of exotic a...

Wildcat artists make their mark

Cameron Stewart

November 15, 2019

Regardless of whether their focus is on brightening up common spaces or preparing to continue their artistic journey beyond high school, creativity is alive and well among BSHS’s talented artists. Art teacher Jessica Taul recruited senior Et...

Teaching math an obvious choice for Walls

Aiden Jorn

October 3, 2019

Ashley Walls joins the BSHS staff after teaching for six years. She previously taught math at Truman High School and BSFCHS. Since sitting in a desk as a student, Walls knew one day she wanted to teach. ‘'I always like helping...

Randle brings love for chemistry to classroom

Aiden Jorn

October 3, 2019

Jake Randle, new BSHS chemistry teacher, may have taken his time to figure out what he wanted to do, but once he found teaching, or rather it found him he knew that was the course for him. “I was in college for a really long time, ...

Memoly’s passion perfect Wildcat fit

Emmalee Haag

October 2, 2019

New beginnings can bring on a variety of emotions, but for Leslie Memoly, the newest addition to the foreign language department, teaching at a new school only produced excitement. Her passion for Spanish and desire for her stud...

Shotwell aims to guide students to success

September 19, 2019

David Shotwell, a new English teacher, wants his students to know that he isn’t focused on being a new “prison warden,” but instead sees himself as their guide to success.  After teaching in both Arkansas and Mississi...

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