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Ending the 2017-2018 school year

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Regan Peterson captures a sunset, June 14, 2017.

Regan Peterson captures a sunset, June 14, 2017.

Regan Peterson

Regan Peterson

Regan Peterson captures a sunset, June 14, 2017.

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The 2017-2018 school year has been one for the books. From the Great American eclipse to the Eureka community’s support for the Baremore family, the EHS-hub has covered it. EHS has seen new classes, students taking a stand for their beliefs and an undefeated regular football season. It has been a year of groundbreaking, disrupting and unprecedented events. As summer approaches, the EHS-hub wishes everyone luck on their finals and a great summer. The EHS-hub will be taking a break from publishing unless of breaking news until Aug. 14.  The Hub will still be live covering playoffs for girls varsity soccer and boys varsity volleyball via Twitter. 

 

Check out where the 2018 EHS seniors are going:

 

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About the Contributors
Ethan Fine, EHS-Hub editor-in-chief
This is Fine’s second year on the Eurekana and Hub staff where he is serving as the editor-in-chief for the Hub as well as photographer for the Eurekana. Word that describes him: kind. Conversation he wants to have with the world: “I would like to ask the world why everyone can’t be treated fairly and...
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...
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