RHS ECHO: Online student news

Environmental Problems Facing Earth, How We Combat Them

Julia Leventis, Feature Editor

September 17, 2019

Across the globe, environmental discussions have been gaining widespread attention from world leaders and citizens who have varying beliefs and concerns regarding this crisis. Climate change has been proven to exist by many scientists,...

Displays Of Encouragement In School Bathrooms

Mandy James, Staff Writer

September 10, 2019

When going to the restrooms you have probably noticed a few inspiring words, made to brighten up your day. Who knew such little words could impact a students day in such a positive way? When asking the students of RHS how the...

Rich History Behind Labor Day

Emma Starns, Opinion Editor

September 2, 2019

   Labor Day weekend is often seen as the ‘last hurrah’ of summer. Many go swimming, attend barbeques, visit family and friends, and enjoy the day off of work and school. But why do we really celebrate it, and how did it st...

Making a difference: choosing military after graduation

Courtney Kelley, Staff Writer

March 21, 2019

After high school graduation, with a student’s new found freedom, they are faced with many new responsibilities. Most students are eighteen years old by the time of their graduation, they are now legal adults in society. ...

Recreation on Missouri’s waters is affecting our environment

Audrey Roberts, Staff Writer

March 21, 2019

Missouri is home to a vast system of natural rivers, lakes, and streams. These waterways draw many people for recreational use such as fishing, boating, and camping. The tourism and income from this industry helps boost Missouri...

Why do we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?

Blaize Klossner, Webmaster

March 13, 2019

The celebration of St. Patrick’s Day might be the busiest and most chaotic weekend of the year in Rolla, Missouri, but the question is, why is it such a big deal? First, here is a short background on Saint Patrick. Saint Patr...

Rolla student competes in the Doodle For Google contest

Julia Leventis, Staff Writer

March 12, 2019

With the many scholarship opportunities offered to students through academia, a scholarship opportunity called Doodle For Google is a contest open to all grade school kids from around the world. As stated by junior Brenna Heavin,...

Girl Scouts impacting Rolla through community service

Audrey Roberts, Staff Writer

March 12, 2019

The Girl Scouts is a national organization that encourages young girls to learn skills such as leadership and teamwork. There are over two million troops around the country, and every year between January and April they reach...

RHS Choir Department to host their annual Variety Show

Lorren Black, Feature Editor

March 12, 2019

    This Friday and Saturday, March 15th-16th, the RHS Choir Department is presenting their annual Variety Show at the middle school auditorium. The cost of attendance is $5, and it starts at 7PM. Micah Wells, a senior Cham...