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Jessica Token
Kaitlyn Schormann (11) participates in an activity in Fashion 3 class inspired by the Rachel’s Challenge assembly, Jan. 5, writing a letter to herself to read in five years. “The letter I wrote was about how I am changing and want to spread kindness throughout my whole life,” Shormann said. “It is just a reminder that I should live my whole life spreading joy. College is going to be hard because I want to go into the fashion industry and will have to make a lot of hard decisions. The letter is reminding me that kindness is a chain reaction. In five years, I might be jobless and in student debt in a horrible mindset, and this letter will show me how the world is full of opportunities. I just need to go through life with an open mind and the intent to spread happiness.”

Jan.5 to Jan.11

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Regan Peterson, photo editor

This is Peterson’s third year on the Eurekana staff where she serves as the photo editor for all staffs. One word to describe her: eccentric. Conversation she wants to have with the world: “I would like everyone to know that life is not as hard as it seems and to remember to keep on keeping on, no matter if it is a sprint or slow crawl.”  Peterson is involved in FCA, French Club, SWAT, and Field Hockey at Eureka. She also enjoys taking photos and going on “mad adventures” with her friends. Dream job: “I want to be a photo journalist, move to Bhutan or another small country and report there. Or go on wild adventures with my best friend and live spontaneously.” Twitter: @rpeterEHS_hub

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Sarah Myers, EBN and Eurekana editor-in-chief

Myers serves as the editor-in-chief of two staffs: EHS-hub Broadcast News and Eurekana yearbook. She has been on staff since first semester her sophomore year, returning after taking Design and Desktop Publishing her freshman year.

Word that describes her: dedicated.

As editor-in-chief, she manages staffs over three different hours and coordinates their efforts into the well-oiled publications machine of EHS Publications. “Where do I begin? I conference with staff members on their stories and help them with ideas. I enjoy making all the decisions for the publications and working with staff members who have different talents and skills to make those decisions,” Myers said. “I have learned how to manage people and lead them toward a common goal. No small feat.”

Conversation she wants to have with the world: “We needs to learn to accept one another and our differences. It is so much easier to work together as a team when we can acknowledge each other’s experiences and perspectives and focus on what that diversity brings to the team.”

Myers enjoys yoga, cooking, driving, photography and writing and participates E!Crew and NHS.

Twitter: @SMyersEHS_hub 

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Cloe Jones, Eurekana yearbook staff

@jonesEHS_hub

This is Jones’ first year on the Eurekana staff where she serves as a staff member. Word to describe her: artistic. Conversation she wants to have with the world: “Stop being so stupid.” Jones’ plays bass, is in symphonic orchestra, and plays in the pit for musicals. Dream job: “My dream job is to play in pit orchestras for a living. Maybe even some symphonies.”

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Sarah Emery, Eurekana yearbook staff

@semeryEHS_hub

This is Emery’s second year on staff where she serves as the climate manager for the Eurekana 2018 staff. One word to describe her: outgoing. Conversation she wants to have with the world: “Don’t let negative people control your life choices.” At Eureka Emery is involved in Golden Line, NHS, Stuco, E-Crew, and SADD. Outsid eof school she also dances. Emery’s dream job is to “travel around the world with the Red Cross.”

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