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New staff: Mr. Joshua Flores, Social Studies

New staff: Mr. Joshua Flores, Social Studies

Micah Wengler and Abbey L'Ecuyer, News writer

August 26, 2014


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Here at EHS we take pride in our staff, and now we get to know them with their "last ten". What was the last restaurant you visited? "I went to a Thai food place last night." What did you order?  "I got pad thai." What’s that? "It’s a dish with noodles and chicken and it’s really spicy and tast...

New staff: Mrs. Teresa Yakel, Social Studies

New staff: Mrs. Teresa Yakel, Social Studies

Abbey L'Ecuyer, News writer

August 25, 2014


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Here at EHS we take great pride in our staff, and now we can get to know them with their "Last ten." What was the last restaurant you ate at? "I went to Wendy's last night." Do you remember what you got at Wendy's? "Chicken nuggets, french fries and one of the flavored lemonades. It was berry lemonad...

A taste of what’s coming

A taste of what’s coming

Taylor Balleau, feature writer

April 15, 2014


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While students are the demographic of public education they are completely unaware of how much teachers put into the preparation to teach every day. "I think teachers get an idea of what to teach when they write curriculum," Jackson Aubrey (10) said. "Then they each take that information and design their l...

Got water?

Got water?

Carter Frerichs, feature writer

January 3, 2014


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Dehydration is defined as a loss of fluids equal to 2% of body weight and chronic dehydration is this lack of water over an extended period of time. "People should drink more water," Drake Vogl (10) said. "Water is an essential part of our make-up and it's so readily available; why not? Staying hyd...

One empty chair at the dinner table

One empty chair at the dinner table

Taylor Balleau, feature writer

December 10, 2013


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His picture hangs on the fridge, family photos decorate the walls and conversations seem to sway towards the topic of him. Mr. Richard Altice lives in Texas five days of the week, traveling home every weekend to visit his family that lives 727.5 miles away. A year earlier, he made the tough decis...

Big money, even more money needed

Big money, even more money needed

Libby Moeller, feature writer

November 22, 2013


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For the average person who is not financially savvy, the topic of district budgeting and financing becomes an unquestionably tricky one. The inner workings of the budgeting process result in many questions from members of the community. For the past two years students and parents have questioned the lack of renov...

Long distance family

Taylor Balleau, feature writer

October 10, 2013


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The smell of freshly cooked lasagna wafts through the open house of Anna Altice (12). As her mother, still in work clothes, scrambles around the kitchen, their dog’s barks echo throughout. Meghan, Anna's middle school sister, continues to rant about the lunch-table drama that ensued hours earlier. The ...

Overpaid or not?

Overpaid or not?

Libby Moeller, Feature Writer

October 7, 2013


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Gym A, the large theater, the library, the 700s, the Art wing, the two-story 800/900 hallway, the Welcome Center and its adjoining classrooms and lab. Glenn Construction, the district's program management company, coordinated each of these projects that reshaped the nature of the EHS campus. “I...

National Honor Society revamps tutoring program

National Honor Society revamps tutoring program

Tiffany Skaggs, feature writer

October 2, 2013


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Chet Montefering, National Honor Society president, decided that tutoring needs to be more of a priority this year. “Anybody who thinks of NHS automatically thinks of tutoring,” Montefering said. "So last year I was thinking we had the tutoring sign-ups available, but how many times did on...

Taylor Balleau, feature editor

August 30, 2013


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College. It’s either sneaking up faster than imagined or the next four years are already carefully calculated. Although applying for college may seem ages away, deadlines creep closer with each passing day. However, Connie Constantin (12) has not only already applied, she has been accepted. ...