All things EHS all the time


All things EHS all the time


All things EHS all the time


Mary Kay Gagnepain

Mary Kay Gagnepain, EHS- hub Editor- in- Chief

This is Mary Kay's second year on staff. You can follow her on twitter @mkgagEHS_hub. Her hobbies include hanging out with friends, and collecting unique grass strands and making jewelry out of them. Inside of school she is also treasurer in etc. Mary Kay enjoys eating tacos. Her favorite artist is The Weekend. A fun fact about her is that she is terrified of frogs. Her favorite TV show is "Bob's Burgers" and "Orange is the New Black." After high school she plans on attending Mizzou and majoring in mass communication. If she was having a conversation with the world she would like to say to treat every day as if it was your last.

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Tuesdays testing schedule

Tuesday’s testing schedule

Mary Kay Gagnepain, editor-in-chief
April 18, 2016
EOC schedule

EOC schedule

Mary Kay Gagnepain, editor-in-chief
April 13, 2016
The American Heart Association fundraiser t-shirts, Feb. 4.

[Photo] Seeing red

Maria Perez, reporter
February 4, 2016
The EHS-hub, Dec. 3.

Happy Holidays from the Hub

Mary Kay Gagnepain, editor-in-chief
December 18, 2015
Mole Day festivities heat up as Dr. Bill McIlwee, Science teacher and Madeline Petry, Honors Chemistry student, ignite the methane and soap bubbles on Chemistry student Grayson Henrys hands, Oct. 23.

All hands on deck

Mary Kay Gagnepain, editor-in-chief
December 14, 2015

[Photo] EBN: Media magic

November 19, 2015
Rachel Cundy (11) gazing upon Im with Paris poster, Nov. 17.

Opening our doors

Mary Kay Gagnepain, editor-in-chief
November 18, 2015
Some of the new emojis from Apple, Oct. 26.

Emoji madness

Mary Kay Gagnepain, editor-in-chief
October 27, 2015
Project Semicolon is a non-profit organization that hopes to achieve lower suicide rates in the U.S. and around the world. A semicolon symbolizes a sentence that could have ended but didnt, similar to suicide prevention. Cameron Nisbet (12), supporting Project Semicolon, Oct. 19. It gets better, Nisbet said.

[Photo] Living in color

Lauren Rocca, copy editor
October 20, 2015
Students laughing after lunch during Pajama Day, Oct. 1.

Spirit Week recap: Pajama Day

Mary Kay Gagnepain, Editor-in-chief
October 1, 2015
Mary K Chapman (10)  posing as Elsa from Disneys Frozen, Sept. 30.

Spirit Week recap: Disney Day

Mary Kay Gagnepain, Editor-in-chief
September 30, 2015

Spirit Week recap: Tourist/Tutu Day

Mary Kay Gagnepain, Editor-in-chief
September 29, 2015
Brandon Kirn and Ellie Baker (10) dress up for hipster vs. prep day, Sept.

Spirit Week recap: Hipster vs. prep

Mary Kay Gagnepain, Editor-in-Chief
September 28, 2015
Catpound shows school spirit at the game against Lafayette, Aug. 21. StuCo encourages all students to wear red, white and blue to honor, 9/11.

Red, white, and blue all over

Mary Kay Gagnepain, Editor-in-chief
September 10, 2015
While everyone else is enjoying their social time at lunch, students in detention will be sitting alone in silence.

Time apart

Mary Kay Gagnepain, Editor-in-Chief
August 13, 2015
The empty EHS parking lot as students are out enjoying summer break, May 26.

Summer sign-off

Mary Kay Gagnepain, editor-in-chief
May 26, 2015
Omar Uraziee (11)


Mary Kay Gagnepain, Editor-in-cheif
December 20, 2014
Photos of the Week: Dec. 8-12

Photos of the Week: Dec. 8-12

Mary Kay Gagnepain, Editor-in-chief
December 12, 2014
Justin Schenzy (10), Jacob Wilkinson (11), Tim Nischbach (12), and Janna Schmid (12) rehearsing for Oklahoma!


Mary Kay Gagnepain, Editor-in-chief
November 4, 2014
Mr. Frank DeAngelis speaks in an interview with Hub reporters, Tiffany Skaggs and Lauren Rocca, Sept. 15.

[Photo] Leaning on each other

Tiffany Skaggs, Feature editor
October 2, 2014
The security gate by the gyms went up after the tragedy at Sandy Hook in 2012 as a precaution, to insure student and faculty safety. Such tragedies are not new to American schools. Mr. Frank DeAngelis, todays speaker, was principal at Columbine when two students attacked the school and killed 13 people in 1999.

[Photo] Insight on Columbine

Lauren Rocca, Feature writer
September 15, 2014
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