On May 2, the College Shower was held in South Mountain’s cafeteria annex. The luncheon was for graduating seniors who will be attending 4-year universities in the fall. The event was a hit with the faculty and students.
Student government funded the event and STUGO students also decorated... READ MORE »»
Unique Vasquez of student government getting ready to serve the college shower honorees.
The Tolleson High School District hired Interquest, a drug detection program that helps promote a safe and drug free environment, to use a drug-sniffing dog to locate drugs on their school campuses. So, could drug-sniffing dogs someday appear at South Mountain High School?
Principal... READ MORE »»
When a child is thrown into the role of being a caregiver, it can change their life. Nationwide, there are approximately 1.3 to 1.4 million child caregivers between the ages of eight and eighteen. Being a caregiver can be stressful, time consuming, and traumatic.
Connie Siskowski, the director of... READ MORE »»
Only a tiny percentage of high school couples actually get married and stay married. If that's so, then why do so many teens take relationships so seriously?
Teenagers are young and very vulnerable. When you have that special someone in your life, you can't imagine the world without them. Being... READ MORE »»
According to the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, a international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization, sharks worldwide kill no more than 12 people a year. So why are people so afraid of sharks?
Anne Montgomery, a teacher at South Mountain High School and a certified scuba diver,... READ MORE »»