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Got water?

Drinking eight glasses of water should be a New Year's resolution for everyone going into 2014.
Probably not enough. A commonly-cited statistic states that seventy-five percent of Americans are dehydrated over an extended period of time.
January 3, 2014

Dehydration is defined as a loss of fluids equal to 2% of body weight and chronic dehydration is this lack of water over an extended period of time. "People should drink more water," Drake Vogl (10)...

Scholarly students conduct excellence

JD Engle, drum major, conducting the marching band at the Rockwood Reservation competition, Aug. 23; Justin Armfield, forward, keeping the ball from a Kirkwood player, Sept. 5; Nick Vogl, Kate Dyson and Andrew Guardia performing a scene from Young Frankenstein at dress rehearsal, Nov. 4.
November 21, 2013

The Student Recognition Committee, a group of faculty led by Mr. Brad Klages, 11th grade principal, and Mrs. Jenni Highfill, World Language Department chair,  has implemented a new program to recognize...

Eureka talent singing out

Kyle Anderson and Rejoy Samuel practice choreography for OnStage! in Ms. Donna Baker's fourth hour class, Oct. 23.
October 26, 2013

Hoping to represent EHS for all of Missouri to see, choir students are auditioning for all-state choir. All-state choir is composed of juniors and seniors across the state, rehearsing twice before performing...

Making the case for mock trial

There is still room for more members to join the team; those interested should talk to Mrs. Jessica Williams in the guidance office.
October 17, 2013

Launching into uncharted EHS territory, Mrs. Jessica Williams, the new counselor for talented and gifted students, has created another opportunity for kids to explore a career in a field students don't...

Jerky for a cause

A small portion of the dozens of boxes of jerky in Coach Schneider's room, Sept. 30.
October 8, 2013

The Boys Varsity Soccer Team is reaching across 7,000 miles to the troops stationed in Afghanistan. The players are collecting beef jerky and money to support the men and women serving our country oversees. "I...

Cheering on Eureka at state

Varsity cheerleaders sporting their shirts at lunch, Sept. 13.
September 24, 2013

Finishing the competitive season better than ever before, the Varsity Cheerleaders took 4th at state last Sunday, Sept. 15. "State was really exciting," Zia Zagarri, varsity cheerleading captain, said....

Recreation for Eureka

The entrance to The Timbers, the new recreation center in Eureka, Sept. 8.
September 12, 2013

Eureka Parks and Recreation has begun its largest and most expensive project to date: a new recreation center, totaling $11 million and paid for in part by a $.005 sales tax put in place by Eureka voters...

Principals in the loop

Dr. Jonathon White and Jonathon
August 29, 2013

The class of 2014 is the last class to have a different principal each year of their high school career. This year, Mr. Bradley Klages, former sophomore class principal, is now the junior class principal...

Trading half days for professional learning communities

Mr. Andy Ribbing helps Katherine Coulter (10) during a physical and chemical changes lab in chemistry, Aug. 21.
August 22, 2013

The district made the decision to eliminate half-days to improve the learning environment at the high schools. These  by increasing the frequency at which teachers meet to discuss how to better teach...

5 Things to know for the Week of 8/19

The Late-Start schedule for 2013-2014 is the same as last school year.
August 19, 2013

1.  PLC/Late-Start: The first Late-Start day is next Monday, August 26. There will be 16 Late-Start days this year. Check out the bell schedule. 2. Audition information for the Fall Musical: There...

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