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RHS ECHO: Online student news

ASVAB Testing

Hannah Le, Staff Writer

October 24, 2019

What to know for the ASVAB    Today, Oct. 24, all the sophomores at RHS will be taking the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test from eight in the morning to noon and is supposed to take around three and a half...

Student Council Districts

Julia Leventis, Feature Editor

October 23, 2019

   On Thursday, October 18th, RHS Student Council (STUCO) members participated in Districts held at the Salem High School. Districts is an opportunity given to STUCO members from various councils to learn new ways of empowering...

Crystal Bridges Field Trip

October 18, 2019

The Art Department partnered with community supporters and the Willard & Pat Walker Charitable Foundation to fund a free trip for 45 students to the Crystal Bridges Museum Of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas today. Read...

Happy Columbus Day

Erin Pfeifer, Webmaster

October 14, 2019

Today, October 14, 2019, is  Columbus Day, or at least it is in most states in the U.S. For this holiday, here are a few fun facts about Christopher Columbus, and his infamous voyages. 1: There were actually four voyages. Although...

Glendale Soccer Game Review

Sudatta Hor, Staff Writer

October 10, 2019

On Monday, September 30, the Rolla boys' soccer team had an intense game against Glendale. Gabriel Stanislawski, a senior on our soccer team, recalls what he expected of the match “We knew that they were a solid team. We a...

Club feature: A Kind Act

Hannah Le, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

Last year, two sophomores in Emily Mullen’s advisory class decided to bring back A Kind Act (AKA) club, whose purpose is to give back to the community. They previously gave flowers to social workers, gave cupcakes to cafeteria...

Westside Marketplace pulls jobs from local fast food restaurants

Sudatta Hor, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

With the recent openings of popular stores like Menards and T.J. Maxx, there have been more “Now Hiring” signs in town. A possible explanation is as follows. Because of the higher wages and better business at the Westside...

Together we can beat suicide: End the Stigma, proactively seek prevention

Michael "Mandy" Jones, Staff writer

October 3, 2019

1-800-273-8255 (TALK) is widely known as the suicide prevention hotline, but most people do not remember the number in time of need. The FCC suggests “988” as the new, easy-to-remember number. The help service will function...

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...

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