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Rockwood Superintendent Mark Miles announces retirement

Rockwood Superintendent Mark Miles announces retirement

Grace Walton , editor-in-chief April 9, 2021

Mark Miles, Rockwood School District Superintendent announced his retirement at the end of this school year in a message to Rockwood staff and parents, April 9. Miles took over for previous superintendent,...

Incumbents Bayes, Rhomberg retain seats on the Rockwood School Board

Incumbents Bayes, Rhomberg retain seats on the Rockwood School Board

Grace Walton, editor-in-chief April 7, 2021

On Tuesday, April 6, Rockwood voters chose to fill the two spots with the seat’s incumbents, Jaime Bayes and Tamara Jo Rhomberg.  Bayes won with 23.1 percent of the vote and Rhomberg won with 23.4...

Eureka students, family and staff march for the Black Lives Matter Movement in June of 2020.

Racism at Eureka: Have we learned?

Sophia Brummond, reporter March 30, 2021

The following article was featured in the March edition of The Bugle.  Racism is a very touchy and tough subject for both our school and our country, many usually shy away from the topic seeing it...

Calling the shots

Calling the shots

As Eureka teachers are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine, questions arise about the state's role in vaccine rollout for teachers.
Grace Walton, editor-in-chief March 30, 2021

Vaccination rollout began at the start of 2021, but now three months into the vaccine distribution, the state of Missouri has been hanging around the bottom of the list when it comes to the efficient allocation...

The Individualized Learning Center set to pause for renovations

Grace Walton, editor-in-chief March 2, 2021

The Individualized Learning Center is an alternative educational program residing in Eureka but serving the entirety of the Rockwood community.  This center is open to students who are credit deficient,...

Meet Eureka's New SRO

Meet Eureka’s New SRO

Karsten Huston, reporter February 25, 2021

Eureka High School recently welcomed the new School Resource Officer, Derek Ploeger. He is a 2007 Eureka graduate who is excited to be back in the halls of his alma mater. The Bugle sat down with Officer...

College Challenges: How COVID-19 has changed the world of college admissions.

College Challenges: How COVID-19 has changed the world of college admissions.

Grace Walton, editor-in-chief December 22, 2020

COVID-19 has posed many challenges to the year 2020, but seniors and rising juniors are beginning to feel another effect from the pandemic. College admissions have changed, not only in the way students...

Dani Glass swims breast stroke in Eureka's meet against Washington, December 1.

Winter sports startup

Olivia Dolan, reporter December 4, 2020

Eureka’s winter sports including boys basketball, girls basketball, girls swim and dive, as well as wrestling began in early November. Because of COVID, much of the sports schedules are up in the air,...

Students wear masks and use hand sanitizer before entering a class room, Nov 13.

Eureka leads Rockwood School District in student quarantines

Grace Walton, editor-in-chief November 19, 2020

Eureka High School is leading in the Rockwood School District high school’s staff and student quarantines. After 80% of the student population returned to in-person learning, 12 students have tested...

Fall athletes of the season

Fall athletes of the season

Kate Hillyer, reporter November 18, 2020

Girls Volleyball In a short 13 game season, there was no doubt middle blocker Mia Berg (10) made an impact on the court. She hit .225 this season with 42 blocks, 11 aces, and 32 digs. Coach Jodie...

Eureka's volleyball team celebrates on the court while playing Lafayette, Oct 27.

Fall sports wrap-up 2020

Natalie Criswell, reporter November 17, 2020

Due to the impact of COVID-19, Eureka's Sports teams have been widely affected, but for the majority of the fall sports, each team has been able to play games safely against other schools with a shortened...

Davis talks to his coach during Eureka's game against Lindbergh, October 9.

A long road to recovery: Carter Davis makes a comeback for his senior year

Olivia Dolan, reporter November 16, 2020

On a November night in Jackson Missouri, the Eureka Wildcats were set to play Jackson High School.  On a drive past the 50, Carter Davis, Eureka High School’s quarterback, was pulled down awkwardly....

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