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RHS ECHO: Online student news

‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ a hit with RHS students

Maia Bond, Reporter

November 29, 2016

Many who saw the most recent school play, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, were left in awe at the fast pace hilarious acting, seamless scene changes, and colorful sets, but did you ever wonder the time, effort, and practice...

Chromebooks prepare students for ‘world of advancements’

Maia Bond, Reporter

November 3, 2016

It’s no secret that technology, specifically Chromebooks, are being pushed into our day to day educational lives more regularly. But how are Chromebooks helpful to students learning and still cost efficient? “Saving the...

No creepy clowns in Rolla, despite social media frenzy

Sarah Storm, Reporter

October 28, 2016

The clowns were never here in Rolla, but creepy clowns have emerged this season terrorizing folks around the states, causing panic and with it a lot of social media blitz. “It is said that there is a gang of clowns that...

Local government deserves the attention of the people

Marta Charatonik-Duda, Reporter

October 25, 2016

With the General Election coming up fast, almost everyone in the country is up to their ears in policy, scandal, and various governmental issues. So here’s something not heard about quite so often: the small, local governments...

As Rolla high continues to grow, ECHO looks back on its past

Celia Parsons, Editor In Chief

October 14, 2016

Joyce Darr, a Rolla resident, graduated from Rolla High School. She shares her experience at Rolla High including location, similarirtiers and differences from the High School today, cultural influences, style, and traditions....

Rolla high welcomes international students as part of Rotary Exchange program

Lydia Giesey & Sophia Gesualdi, Reporters

October 14, 2016

Have you ever traveled to another country, to a brand new school, spoken a complete different language, and tried an endless amount of new things and experiences? For most of us, the answer is probably no. But we do have some...

Local radio station draws students back to the box

Lydia Giesey, Reporter

October 14, 2016

While flipping through the radio stations of your car, you’re faced with some ultimate decisions: Country or Western? Christian or Classical? Top 40s or...more Top 40s? The musical menu here in Rolla isn’t ideal, but there...

Trending summer fun gives students new goal: catch ’em all

Ashanti Owusu-Brafi & Connor Wilson, Reporters

October 14, 2016

Pokémon GO is the most recent worldwide phenomenon, taking the world by storm. It is the latest Pokémon game released by Niantic and published by Nintendo for mobile devices rather than Nintendo’s, a first for the Pokémon...

Special Olympics brings people together to celebrate competition

Garrett Fels, Reporter

May 5, 2016

On Thursday, April 21st, Waynesville High School hosted the Missouri Special Olympics for its surrounding areas. Many special athletes from all around the area came to compete and show off their talents. Many students here...

Drive In night hosted by leadership brings students together

Rebecca Light, Reporter

May 5, 2016

This past Thursday night, Elliotte Bourne hosted a 50’s-60’s themed drive-in for the students of RHS as her Leadership Class project. The cost for admission was $3, but was reduced to only $2 if attendees were dressed up...

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