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Humans of EHS: Samuel Huff

Humans of EHS: Samuel Huff

Micah Wengler, News writer

February 9, 2015


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Samuel Huff (10) lifts his leg above his head, while standing up and hops down the hallway with a sucker in his mouth. "I do it a lot during school. It’s actually encouraged," Huff said. "I started becoming known as the leg guy to people in my classes. I unconsciously do it sometimes." So, the...

Behind the scenes: An introduction

Behind the scenes: An introduction

Tiffany Skaggs, Feature Writer

February 5, 2015


Filed under Clubs, Features, Top Stories

Editors Note: Now that the spring play is in the works, one might wonder what exactly is going into it. This behind the scenes exclusive, from the fall musical Oklahoma!, will give one an insight into the work that the technicians do to help produce an etc... show. Eight seconds. That's the goal. All dressed in b...

Humans of EHS: Mrs. Sara Schroeder

Humans of EHS: Mrs. Sara Schroeder

Micah Wengler, News writer

January 30, 2015


Filed under Features, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Although she has been living in the US for 16 years, Mrs. Sara Schroeder, Social Studies teacher, just recently made her decision to become an official citizen. "It's hard to be away from your family and from your friends," Schroeder said. "I have no family here except for my husband's family." Orig...

Humans of EHS: Matthew Schmaltz

Humans of EHS: Matthew Schmaltz

Micah Wengler, News writer

January 21, 2015


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Hobbies are vast and varied and (11) Matthew Schmaltz' is unusual. He likes to work on cars and plans on making his hobby into a career. His father, Mr. James Schmaltz, a mechanical engineer for Ameren, has a passion for engines that he has passed onto his son. Matthew now has a childhood full of...

Unique Student Holiday Traditions

Unique Student Holiday Traditions

Tiffany Skaggs, Feature writer

December 20, 2014


Filed under Features, Leisure, Top Stories

Every household usually has some kind of holiday tradition, may it be hiding a pickle in a tree or bathing in coins, each are special in their own way. EHS has their own tradition of wearing holiday sweaters to school on the Friday before finals week. This tradition has been around for over 13 years. This...

Humans of EHS: Kaylie Haueisen

Humans of EHS: Kaylie Haueisen

Micah Wengler, News writer

December 10, 2014


Filed under Features, Top Stories

She is petite with a slim figure, has red hair and dresses like a typical New York “It Girl” every day. Most people wouldn't think someone like Kaylie Haueisen (10), who seems to have herself so together, would have to deal with struggles of low self confidence. Kaylie aspires to design clothe...

Mrs. Dania Ramirez-Bayron, Spanish

Mrs.  Dania Ramirez-Bayron, Spanish

Micah Wengler, News Writer

November 7, 2014


Filed under New staff, Top Stories

We take pride in our staff, and now we get to know them with their “last ten.” editor's note: We spent time with Mrs. Ramirez last week. Here's what we learned about her. What was the last restaurant that you visited? “Firehouse- in The Valley.” Chesterfield? “Si.” What do they ...

New Staff: Ms. Kelly Cullen, Science

New Staff: Ms. Kelly Cullen, Science

Micah Wengler, News writer

November 5, 2014


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We take pride in our staff, and now we get to know them with their “last ten.” editor's note: We spent time with Ms. Cullen last week. Here's what we learned about her. What was the last restaurant you visited? "Plank Road Pizza." What kind of pizza did you get? "Pepperoni." Is tha...

New Staff: Ms. Julie Varriano, Science

New Staff: Ms. Julie Varriano, Science

October 24, 2014


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We take pride in our staff, and now we get to know them with their “last ten.” editor's note: We spent time with Ms. Varriano two weeks ago. Here's what we learned about her. What was the last restaurant that you visited? "Panera. Oh- St. Louis Bread Co.! I'm from Kansas so I say Panera." ...

National Honor Society outreach programs

National Honor Society outreach programs

Lauren Rocca, Features writer

October 21, 2014


Filed under Features, Top Stories

This year the NHS has decided to reach beyond the school community to help the city, nation or even world with current issues; and everyone can join in. “Anyone at Eureka can become involved in NHS Outreach, whether they are an NHS member or not,” Henry Dieckhaus, chair of the environmental program...

New Staff: Ms. Rachel Cox, Science

New Staff: Ms. Rachel Cox, Science

Micah Wengler, News writer

October 17, 2014


Filed under New staff, Top Stories

We take pride in our staff, and now we get to know them with their “last ten.” editor's note: We spent time with Ms. Cox two weeks ago. Here's what we learned about her. What was the last restaurant you visited? “Bread Co.- or Panera.” What did you get? “I had a Mediterranean Egg White ...

All about her students

All about her students

Tiffany Skaggs, Feature editor

October 15, 2014


Filed under Features, Top Stories

From the start of each of her classes to the bell, Ms. Becky Stevenson is circulating the classroom and interacting with students while she teaches, wearing a smile every class period. “Ms. [Becky] Stevenson’s class is a really fun class,” Mikaela Lee (12) said. “She makes it really down t...