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Second semester brings Flex changes

Second semester brings Flex changes

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

December 10, 2019

The EHS Flex schedule will be adjusted following students' return to school for the second semester, Monday, Jan. 6, 2020. The changes were made public to families in an email sent out by Charlie Crouther, head principal, Dec. 10. Flex will not include lunch come the new year. Instead, lunch w...

Crafty for a cause

Crafty for a cause

Tre'shur Willingham, reporter

November 25, 2019

Debbie Powell, FACS, has taught at EHS for over a decade and she has always been looking for a way to reuse leftover fabric in her classroom. Powell not only teaches fashions but also teaches food classes here at EHS. Powell has had all three of her kids graduate from EHS and is a member of the Eureka...

Fields torn up after flooding destroys grass

Fields torn up after flooding destroys grass

Dev Nayak, reporter

November 14, 2019

  Rockwood School District cancelled classes due to major flooding, Aug. 26. Although all schools in the district had closed, Eureka was the only school that received any real damages, particularly at the baseball and softball fields.  “The insurance company has deemed it a tota...

EBN | Network issues

EBN | Network issues

November 14, 2019

Girls cross country makes state podium for first time since 2013

Girls cross country makes state podium for first time since 2013

Ethan Fine, Taylor Werges, and Ethan Mullins

November 10, 2019

  One year ago, the Eureka girls cross country team placed seventh in the state. The placing wasn’t ideal, but expected after the 2018 season.  Coming into the 2019 season, the team decided to switch things up. They were looking to make it on the podium for the first time in six years. Rat...

2019 Wellness Day Recap

2019 Wellness Day Recap

Olivia Dolan, reporter

November 7, 2019

Eureka High School held it’s annual Wellness Day, Oct. 21. Students began their morning by going to an assembly where 2018 Miss Missouri, Tori Kruse, presented about the importance of mental health and ways to improve it. “I enjoyed listening to her life story and how she started off with s...

Annual canned food drive benefits local community

Annual canned food drive benefits local community

Grace Walton, reporter

November 7, 2019

With the holidays just around the corner, Eureka’s annual canned food drive has officially commenced. The drive lasts for two weeks and takes on a competition style, with each grade level competing to see who can bring in the most cans.   Eureka’s canned food drive gives to three different organizati...

Fall Sports Capsule

Fall Sports Capsule

Natalie Criswell, reporter

October 29, 2019

A quick look at which teams are still playing, their records and what's next for them

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,...

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