All things EHS all the time


All things EHS all the time


All things EHS all the time


A couple stands before the National September 11 Memorial, marking the site of the south tower at the World Trade Center in New York, on September 8, 2021. - The remains of two more victims of 9/11 have been identified, thanks to advanced DNA technology, New York officials announced on September 7, 2021, just days before the 20th anniversary of the attacks. (Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images/TNS)

There and now: The stories of 9/11

Drew Nemacheck, reporter September 10, 2021

September 11, 2001, is a day that will live in the darkest pages of American history. On that day, 2,977 innocent Americans lost their lives and more than 25,000 people were injured in a coordinated...

President of the board, Jaime Bayes, reads off the statement releasing the name of the new interim superintendent.

Rockwood School Board announces new interim superintendent

Grace Walton, editor-in-chief May 6, 2021

At the Rockwood School District Board meeting on May 6, the board announced that Dr. Timothy Ricker is the new interim superintendent. Dr. Ricker has worked in education for 45 years. He currently serves...

Eureka social studies teacher Lauren Schoellhorn and school board president Jamie Bayes together after Schoellhorn was named District Teacher of the Year, May 2. Photos courtesy of Rockwood School District.

Lauren Schoellhorn wins 2021 District Teacher of the Year Award

Hannah Holtz, reporter May 5, 2021

Social studies teacher Lauren Schoellhorn was selected as the Rockwood School District Teacher of the Year. She was shocked when she was named at the ROSE Awards ceremony, May 2. “I didn't really...

EBN – April 2021 Broadcast

April 29, 2021

Anchors Maddie Bee and Olivia Crain bring viewers the first EBN of the year. Executive producers Myles Allred and Kevin Ward.

EBN: What’s the deal with finals?

April 19, 2021

Reporters Evan Stipsis, Jackson Hatch and Collin Dames look at the new final exam format for Eureka High School.

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,...

EBN: Girls in the weightroom

April 8, 2021

The weightroom: It’s an intimidating place for some. At Eureka High School, weightroom coach Ralph Gianino works with girls to give them confidence and opportunities. EBN went inside the weightroom to...

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...

Staff Editorial: Campaign Chaos

Staff Editorial: Campaign Chaos

Bugle Staff April 1, 2021

Opinions expressed on the editorial page and in the opinion sections of the online publication do not necessarily reflect the viewpoints or official policies of the school administration. All editorials...

Are you rockin’ with it?

Tess Summers, reporter March 30, 2021

Imagine the world with no music. Movies and car rides in the background are just completely silent. The world would be so bland. Musicians' main goal is to make music that people can listen to and enjoy.  The...

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

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...

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