The Green Pride

Madrigals auditions are changing

Emma Bascom, Opinion Editor

May 18, 2015

De Soto High School is changing in many aspects. The advanced choir, also known as Madrigals, is certainly not immune to these changes. Madrigals auditions have changed significantly for the 2015-16 school year. In order...

KMEA solo practices begin

March 26, 2015

Sophie Straight Staff Reporter Starting this week, choir teacher Mary Etta Copeland is going to be working with her choir and Madrigal students on their solo and ensemble State auditions for the Kansas Music Educator’s...

Spring play changes dramatically

Sydney Hoover, Arts Editor

January 30, 2015

Rehearsals for the spring play, The Locker Next 2 Mine, began on Monday, Jan. 12, and the cast is more than excited. The content in the play this year is much different than previous years, according to director Jason Hagg. “I...

Thespian conference: good entertainment, good people

Rex Templin, Arts Editor

January 30, 2015

Last week, I had the privilege to go to the annual thespian conference in Wichita, along with three other students and our drama teacher, Jason Hagg. I came home with several regrets, but a large amount of my regret came from...

Maddie Matthew takes the stage in ‘Wizard of Oz’

Emma Bascom, Opinion Editor

December 30, 2014

De Soto High School’s fall musical this year was ‘The Wizard of Oz’. With all the craze that went into making the show a success, one senior stood apart from the rest. Maddie Matthew played the beloved character of Dorot...

KMEA participants achieve District titles

December 5, 2014

Sophie Straight Staff Reporter Many people in the choral and band department of De Soto High School have auditioned for KMEA, or Kansas Educator’s Music Association, though few of them actually made it. This is an organization...

Band performs second annual Glow Show

Sydney Hoover, Arts Editor

November 20, 2014

To close the 2014 season, the De Soto High School Marching Wildcats band performed their second annual Glow Show. Last year, for it’s last performance on Halloween, the band decided to perform it’s 2013 James Bond show in...

Wildcat Band has spirit

Aneka Zarger, Staff Reporter

November 11, 2014

De Soto High School has many different clubs and groups for the student body to become a part of, and the biggest group is the band. With over 160 members, the DHS band plays at many school and out of school events such as...

Improv team becomes available

Kyle Wernimont, Arts Editor

October 21, 2014

Debate, the fall musical and the spring play are all thespian themed activities offered at De Soto High School. However, a new activity is entering the stage. DHS will soon be offering improvisational theater as a school activity....

Musical excites directors

Emma Bascom, Opinion Editor

October 21, 2014

Toto, Dorothy and witches, oh my! That’s right, this year De Soto High School’s musical will be none other than The Wizard of Oz. While most are excited about the DHS classic, with a larger-than-usual school, auditions and call...

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