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All things EHS all the time

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Emily Grossnicklaus

Emily Grossnicklaus, EHS-hub staff

This is Emily’s sixth semester on the EHS-hub staff and her first semester on Digital Media Production.

She is a reporter. You can follow her on Twitter @egrossEHS_hub. Some of Emily’s hobbies include hiking, swimming, traveling, going to concerts and hanging with friends and family.

She also volunteers at Equine Assisted Therapy. An interesting fact about her is that she is left-handed.

Emily wants the world to learn about her through what she creates.

Her dream job would consist of working on a film set in LA or NY or traveling for a living.

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Tajah Miller, Terrence Strong and Brad Eyler (11) scoop ice cream for one another to celebrate their classes second-place finish in the canned food drive in Mrs. Elisha Streckers fifth hour Video Production and Digital Media Production classes. The students each donated $10 and pooled their resources. I thought the ice cream party was good because we got to all come together and eat ice cream, Strong said. It rewarded us for our good deeds.

[Photo] Digging in

December 8, 2016
Matthew Coffey, goalkeeper, stops a goal against the Francis Howell North Knights during the district game, Nov. 5. The wildcats lost 2-1.

Know/inform/care

December 1, 2016

Playing for the police

November 15, 2016
Fall athletes signed to different sports teams throughout the United States, Nov. 7.

Fall sports signings

November 14, 2016
The hallways remained empty despite the time as a drug-dog sweep interrupted the schedule briefly, Sept. 21.

[Photo] All clear

September 22, 2016
Sarah Hardin (12) and Madison Wesley (12) sing the national anthem during the varsity football game against Fort Zumwalt West, Aug. 19. Thanks to the Missouri legislature, student have the opportunity to participate in the the patriotic act of the Pledge of Allegiance every day at school.

Know/inform/care

September 15, 2016
Mr. Charles Crouther, head principal, points to the camera while inside his office, Aug. 19. Mr. Crouther spoke at the class meetings that took place, Aug. 17. One of the topics he mentioned was the fact that the writing skills of EHS students are not where they should be. All classes will now have an emphasis on writing.

Class acts

August 19, 2016
Alyssa Hawkins, Class of 2015, Anna Roberts and Natalie Hinds (12) having fun at NightGlow, Feb. 27, 2015.

A new glow

April 5, 2016
Emily Grossnicklaus took this photo of the Copenhagen Airport in Denmark while traveling through Europe, June 14, 2015.

Know/inform/care

March 23, 2016
The new water fountain, purchased by StuCo, March 21.

Refreshing water

March 21, 2016

Overcoming disaster

February 23, 2016
Mr. Gary Baumstark works with Nov. 5.

Teacher talk

February 11, 2016
Made with Canva

Fall into music

October 13, 2015
A timeline of the retiring and hiring events.

Retired and hired

September 17, 2015
After the devastating events occurring in Ferguson, students realized they needed to step up and support our city, Mar. 26.  What better way then to show their pride then to make a mural depicting unity and peace in front of the Gate Way Arch. St.Louis was in bad times, and we needed to get our frustrations out,  LaRonn Woods (12) said. Our mural shows that we care about our city, and what the future can bring.

Plaque of pride

March 26, 2015
The #EHShub tagboard contains content posted by members of the EHS community and is curated by The Hub.

Documenting the year

March 25, 2015
President Barack Obama proposing his ideas at the 2015 State of the Union Address.

“Turning the page”

February 3, 2015
Williams Rd is the road that would be accessed by more than 40 sand and gravel dump trucks each day.

Pointing fingers

January 20, 2015
The sophomore class office organized the Veterans Day ceremonies, Nov.11. The assembly allowed students a time to honor their friends and family who either fought for or are fighting for our freedom. Veterans risked their lives to protect our freedom, Ally Novack (12) said. So they deserve not only to be honored one day but every single day.

Honoring heroes

November 11, 2014
Dani Ridinger (11) watches a video posted for Mrs. Cynthia Sieloffs Honors Algebra 2 class, Oct. 24.

Only a screen away

November 6, 2014
Holly Gendece (12) and Bailey Stein (12) make posters for Friday Night Lights.

Friday night lights

September 25, 2014
Future location of proposed mine, Augustine Rd.

Fields of dispute

September 23, 2014
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