Located in Eureka, MO, the EHS-hub is a student-run journalism program operating in cohesion with three staffs: News, Digital Media and Yearbook. To follow continuous updates, check this website daily or subscribe to the EHS-hub on any of the various social media sites.

The primary obligation of the EHS-hub is to create a quality publication to inform its readers about events in the school and community and of issue of national or international importance which directly or indirectly affects the school publication.

The EHS-hub, while serving as a training ground for future journalists as part of the school curriculum, recognizes all rights and responsibilities under the First Amendment and strives to establish and maintain standards outlined by the Society of Professional Journalists.

The EHS-hub is a public forum. Student editors apply professional standards and ethics for decision making as they take on the responsibility for content and production of the publication. While the student staff encourages constructive criticism of any part of the newspaper, authority for content rests in the hands of the student members of the newspaper staff.

Students will not publish material considered to be legally unprotected speech, or libel, obscenity, material disruption of the school process, copyright infringement or unwarranted invasion of privacy.

Letters to the editor are encouraged by students, faculty and the community and should be sent to [email protected]. Letters must be signed but names can be withheld upon request. Letters must not exceed 250 words, and EHS-hub reserves the right to reject, edit or shorten as necessary.

Opinions expressed on the editorial page do not necessarily reflect the viewpoints or official policies of the school administration. All editorials (unsigned) represent a majority opinion of the Editorial Board. Members of the Editorial Board include all staff editors. Signed editorials, columns, editorial cartoons and reviews reflect the views of the author and not those of the editorial board.

The EHS-hub reserves the right to refuse any business which seeks to advertise any product which is illegal or generally considered unhealthy or undesirable for students as determined by the Editorial Board. The EHS-hub may choose to publish public service ads at the discretion of the Editorial Board. EHS-hub will print political ads which comply with federal, state and local campaign laws.

The EHS-hub is a member of journalismSTL, Missouri JEA, the Journalism Education Association and the National Scholastic Press Association.