Humans of Eureka | Sarah Walshaw

“Dance is just a way for me to portray how I'm feeling or to be another character. Whether it's through dance or theater. I think that being able to express yourself through any art form is extremely important, especially when growing up. Everyone goes through lots of struggles in life and should have a healthy outlet. Before I started dancing, I was always very stressed out with everything. I was a very tense and shy kid-- I didn't talk with anyone and just kept to myself most of the time. As soon as I got into dance and started meeting all these people, that’s when I started to become the person I am today-- a performer and a social butterfly.

Sarah Sheehy

April 9, 2019

Humans of Eureka | Quinn Thomas

“I took Photo 1 second semester of freshman year and I thought it was pretty fun, so I got a camera for my birthday last April and I’ve been taking pictures ever since. When I do shoots for people, I make a decent amount of money and I’m able to post them on social media and share them with people. I feel like I have a thing I really like to do early on, and maybe if photography takes off for me and I’m able to see a future with it, I’ll know what I want to do in college or after. My favorite part of it is being creative, getting to choose the shoots and styles. I'm really into fashion photography, so finding new styles and designs and ways to be more creative with my shoots is fun.” - Quinn Thomas, sophomore

Alicia Cicchese

April 2, 2019

Humans of Eureka | Brad Klages

 “When I was a sophomore in high school, I wanted to be a fighter pilot, but then thinking about it more I couldn’t even handle the upside down rides at Six Flags without being sick. So then I turned that into maybe I should be an engineer to help build the fighter planes, but my math teacher went to college to be an engineer and he told me how boring it was. By the time I was a senior, I decided to be a teacher. My mom was a teacher for a long time and she said not to be a social studies teacher because back then you had to be a football coach or teach P.E. to be a history teacher. So then I thought about English, but it seemed like a lot of work to read all the essays and other work, and I didn't want to do that, so I choose math. And I was a math teacher for 21 years before I decided to be an administrator at Eureka.”

Kimberly Basler

April 1, 2019

Humans of Eureka | John Wunderlich

“I am shocked. I am trying to soak it all in. I am really appreciative of my parents and family. It's nice to be recognized. I was shocked when Mr. Crouther played his trumpet. I was confused sitting in my office and they kept trying to keep me in my office. The rumor on the street is that I get to spend the rest of the day with my family. I am very thankful that everyone is here supporting me. I had no idea that I was going to get this award. I knew I was one of the people on the larger list, but I wasn’t aware that I was getting recognized.

Lacy Kistner

March 8, 2019

Humans of Eureka | Emma Schumacher

“Art has taught me to view the world in a different way and notice things other people may have skipped out on. On the street, people see a sign on a building, while I see the sign and automatically see something I could use as a design for my next piece.” - Emma Schumacher, 12

Alexis Jesse, reporter

March 7, 2019

Humans of Eureka | Dylan Yallaly

Humans of Eureka | Dylan Yallaly

Collin Wren

February 22, 2019

“I think the best thing to do would be to have everyone on the same schedule, not have standard and blocked. I think it would make everyone’s lives a lot easier.”

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