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Gail Haynes

Gail Haynes

Ethan Fine, news reporter

May 25, 2017

Gail Haynes has been teaching for 27.5 years. She originally started in California then taught in the Hazelwood School District. After taking off a few years to spend time with her kids, Haynes resumed teaching and begins at EHS as an AP Physics and Chemistry teacher. “I just feel the joy of helping students l...

Cynthia Sieloff

Cynthia Sieloff

Ethan Fine, news reporter

May 25, 2017

Cynthia Sieloff began her teaching career as a substitute teacher for everything K-12. She later went on to teach technology at Wildwood Middle School for two years and then came to EHS where she has served as a math teacher for 13 years teaching Geometry and Honors Algebra 2. “She’s always eager ...

Madeline Kennedy

Madeline Kennedy

Ethan Fine, news reporter

May 25, 2017

Kennedy taught both AP Psychology and Psychology. “She definitely takes her time to make sure that I know the material, and--even though this is her last year--she really wants us to succeed,” Sophia Chellappa, AP Psychology student, said. Kennedy shared her enjoyment of the subject with h...

Bill Goggin

Bill Goggin

Ethan Fine, news reporter

May 25, 2017

Bill Goggin taught for 24 years and spent every minute at EHS. He taught Sociology, Law and Justice and Contemporary Issues. “He’s really interesting,” Adam Alexander, Contemporary Issues student, said. “He’s a nice teacher, and it’s probably one of the easiest classes. Favorite part of teaching ...

Patti Fleer

Patti Fleer

Ethan Fine, news reporter

May 25, 2017

Patti Fleer taught and directed orchestra for over 25 years. She began at St. Clair High School then went to East Central College. Later, she moved to the Rockwood School District, where she taught elementary, middle school and high school strings classes. Over her career, she has held many positions...

Looking to the future

Looking to the future

Ethan Fine, news reporter

May 25, 2017

Post-graduation plans

Post-graduation plans

Tyler Price, tech section editor

May 24, 2017

The graduating class of 2017 say their good-byes and prepare for the next chapter of their lives. This interactive map provides a visual of where each student is planning to attend for the 2017-2018 school year. Congratulations, Class of 2017!

Up in the air

Up in the air

Maria Perez, news reporter

May 22, 2017

The Class of 2017 will be walking across the Chaifetz Arena stage in their purple caps and gowns to receive their diplomas, May 24. For the last four years, they have balanced their schedules with additional commitments inside and outside of school. To balance all of these activities, choices had to be made. Those choices c...

Pitching in

Pitching in

Tyler Price, tech section editor

May 16, 2017

  The Science and Spanish departments are working to connect student learning to the larger world. During the month of March alone, the Spanish 4 students hosted the third annual for Global Poverty Awareness and Activism Fair, March 8 and the Spanish Market, March 27, for lower-level Spanish classes a...

Teacher of the Year

Teacher of the Year

Tyler Price, tech section editor

February 24, 2017

Community members nominated teachers in writing. The Teacher of the Year committee then generated a list of five finalists. The faculty vote determined the winner.

All in

All in

Hannah Mellor, reporter

February 23, 2017

Tia Wilson is a presence in any room. She may be quiet but her accomplishments are very loud. Tia Wilson (12) quietly puts in the time and effort to make big things happen. She seeks out opportunity and take risks. Ms. Becky Stevenson, her Honors Language Arts 9 teacher suggested Wilson check a pro...

Know/inform/care

Know/inform/care

Kate Laubacker, news reporter

February 16, 2017

Local Know: The St. Louis Board of Aldermen passed two bills that could begin a project to expand St. Louis’ MetroLink and the construction of a Major League Soccer stadium, Feb. 3. Inform: Mayor Francis Slay signed both bills immediately after the board meeting. Since the board missed a 10-week deadline...

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