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ACT vs. SAT: Which is better and why?

ACT vs. SAT: Which is better and why?

Olivia Dolan and Natalie Criswell

October 15, 2019

Standardized Testing. It’s a phrase that many high-schoolers around the country fear.  Hours of testing, headaches that always seem to follow the test and the fear of not getting a high enough score all result in a traumatizing experience.   The EHS Hub sat down with Jeffery Buckman, the college career sp...

Cafeteria takes on food court style

Cafeteria takes on food court style

Myles Allred, reporter

October 8, 2019

As the 2019-2020 school year started at EHS, students faced many changes, including the implementation of Flex, construction on the campus and a new lunch menu. "This year we've taken on a food court vibe, giving each individual line its own specialty," Sheila Jaycox, manager of secondary cafeteria...

EHS raises money and awareness for LHS student

EHS raises money and awareness for LHS student

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

September 23, 2019

  Lafayette High School lost the life of Brianna Reid, senior, Aug. 2.  Reid was an active member of the LHS community. She was on both the field hockey and track and field teams.  Students have been using the hashtag #6ix to show their support for the Reids. Six was Brianna’s number fo...

Atrium no longer in use for Flex, breaks fire codes

Atrium no longer in use for Flex, breaks fire codes

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

September 16, 2019

The EHS administration sent out an email telling students, staff and families of the closure of the atrium during Flex time, Sept. 13. Before, the atrium area had been set up with tables and chairs and was intended for use as a place for students to study in a group setting. Recently, however,...

EHS Principal addresses school in assembly

EHS Principal addresses school in assembly

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

September 6, 2019

EHS Principal Charlie Crouther addressed the school during an assembly, Friday, Sept. 6. Crouther reinstated his previous statement. He assured that administration is working to improve security in the school following a thorough investigation of the events of Sept. 4. Again, Crouther detailed th...

Intruder alarm tripped at high school, all clear given

Intruder alarm tripped at high school, all clear given

Ethan Fine and Grace Walton

September 4, 2019

The intruder alert siren went off at Eureka High School around 11:40 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 4. "Our teacher had us in the corner," Shay Nolen (10) said. "But we eventually ended up barricading the door.” Students followed the procedures they had been instructed to carry out in the event of a...

Sound the alarm

Sound the alarm

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

August 29, 2019

NOTE: This story was originally published Aug. 29, 2019. We will continue updating the story with additional information as we learn more.  The fire-alarm sounded off during Flex time at Eureka High School, Aug. 29. Being that it was Flex time, students were scattered throughout the building in various places.  Stude...

PHOTOS: Eureka floods yet again

PHOTOS: Eureka floods yet again

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

August 26, 2019

Flash flooding strikes Eureka, again

Flash flooding strikes Eureka, again

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

August 26, 2019

  UPDATE: The EHS-hub updated this story with additional photos and information at 11:35 a.m. We will continue updating this post as we learn more. Rockwood School District canceled classes because of flooding, Aug. 26. RSD made the call following bus delays after major road closure...

EHS Flex Schedule 2019-2020

EHS Flex Schedule 2019-2020

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

August 22, 2019

The anticipated arrival of Flex time at Eureka High School will come Friday, August 23. Students will receive Flex training in their fourth-hour class, Thursday, August 22. Thursday will include an extended fourth-hour plus lunch, spanning from 10:04-1:41. In this time, students will attend their...

Flood Watch 2019

Flood Watch 2019

Audrey Brown, reporter

April 23, 2019

Even the slightest mention of the word “flood” brings back vivid memories for Eureka residents. During record-breaking floods of December 2015 and May 2017, hundreds of members of the community were surprised to find that their houses were in harm’s way. “I remember that I was out of town when all the rain started and when I came back I didn’t think it was going to be as bad ...

EHS Top 5: Twitter firing, the world’s richest man and fights with Iran

EHS Top 5: Twitter firing, the world’s richest man and fights with Iran

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

April 8, 2019

1. Three black churches in southern Louisiana have been burnt down in just ten days. The three burnings occurred on March 26, April 2 and April 4 and are all in the St. Landry Parish. Authorities have concluded that the three are related.  The Federal Bureau of Investigation has teamed up with the Bureau of Alcoh...

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