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The Green Pride

Teacher’s Pets

Libby Meyer, Staff Writer
December 1, 2023
Upperclassmen dance at Prom on April 26.

Desert Paradise DHS Prom 2023

Ashlyn Hammel, Graphic Design Editor
May 15, 2023
Emily Shepard

Seminars compete in door-decorating competition

Abby Smith, Graphic Design Editor
September 13, 2018
All senior Homecoming court candidates.

Meet your 2018-19 Homecoming candidates

Lizzy Arnold, Editor-in-Chief
September 10, 2018
School mascot, Willy the Wildcat, participates in the flash mob and then hypes the crowd up at the beginning of the assembly.

Prom pep assembly

April 27, 2018
Junior Clara Sloan shows off her figure drawing and shading skills by drawing the block in front of her in drawing on April 25. “[Art teacher Tim] Mispagel is good at letting people do what they want when it comes to it [drawing],” Sloan said. “You can be sloppy and go your own way or be precise.”

Wildcat fine arts

Johnny Meehan, Photo Editor
April 25, 2018
The De Soto High School varsity boys soccer team cheer from the top of the soccer float on Sept. 20.

2017 Homecoming parade

Reaghan Wharff, Editor-in-Chief
September 22, 2017
Senior Connor Strouse holds the ball while senior Ethan Rodriguez kicks for the point after in Louisburg on Sept. 15.

De Soto football tackles Louisburg

Johnny Meehan, Photo Editor
September 21, 2017
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