Glascock is a news reporter for the EHS-hub. This is her second semester on staff. Her hobbies include travelling, writing, hanging out with friends, going on joyrides and taking pictures. At EHS Glascock plays Varsity basketball. She is also involved in the SADD organization and National Honors Society. If she could have one conversation with the world, she would ask for peace and equality among people. Word to describe her: Optimistic. Glascock's dream job is to be a writer for a travel magazine or have any job where she can combine her love of both writing and traveling. Twitter: @LglascockEHShub

2018 senior columns | The view from here | Lauren Glascock

Lauren Glascock, news reporter May 11, 2018

If I could describe my high school experience in one word, it would be growth. Since freshman year, EHS has seen me grow and change into the person I am today. I walked in on my very first day with...

The modified EOC testing schedule, April 16-April 24.

2018 EOC testing

Lauren Glascock, reporter April 4, 2018

End of course exam testing for students will take place April 16 - April 24. First and fifth hour class periods will be one class period short because of the altered EOC schedule, April 23. Freshmen...

Juniors will test for the ACT tomorrow, April 3.

Free junior A.C.T. test

Lauren Glascock, reporter April 2, 2018

All junior students will be testing for the ACT tomorrow, April 3. Students should report to the Gym A atrium instead of their first hour classes at 8:00 a.m. Attending before school practices or activities...

With open arms, Michael Wiegand, Chief of police, discusses plans for a new justice center, Feb. 8.

Welcoming change

Prop E $.05 sales tax measure could make all the difference in Eureka
Lauren Glascock, reporter March 1, 2018

Updated March 2. In 1981, city employees built a new Eureka police station to save money but did so without contractors. The new building did not meet any commercial construction grades, designs, rules...

The EHS publications SmugMug home page.

The wait is over

EHS Publications photos now available for purchase
Lauren Glascock, reporter January 23, 2018

  EHS publications staff members typically spend 24-30 hours a week outside of the school day documenting clubs, organizations, sports and student life. That statistic doesn’t include the...

Smoke fills the air after a student inhales from a Juul, Jan. 6.

Dirty little secret

The thing everyone is doing and no one wants to talk about.
Lauren Glascock, reporter January 10, 2018

Today’s high schoolers have grown up with cleaner air than their parents and grandparents because voters decided to ban public smoking in St. Louis County in 2009. The law came into effect in 2011. But...

Using his phone to scan a QR code, Ethan Fine (10) accesses the Google Form to change his schedule.

Presto change-o

Online form simplifies schedule change procedures
Lauren Glascock, reporter November 28, 2017

Life without the ease of technology can be hard to picture. Right before students entered their kindergarten classrooms, RSD adopted an online gradebook. Before Infinite Campus came on the scene the 2005-2006...

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