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RHS ECHO: Online student news

Mr. RHS showcases talent

Ryann Rigsby, Reporter

May 5, 2016

Mr. RHS was held on April 22, 2016 in the middle school auditorium. The program was put on by Mr. Bridgeman and nine boys competed. The show included four different segments; talent, question/answer, towel wear, and western wear....

Robotics team gears up for 2017 season

Rachel Butz, Reporter

May 5, 2016

The world of technology is one that expands rapidly every day. It has become a major industry in our lifetime, employing over 6.5 million people in the Unites States alone, just in 2014. Luckily, here in Rolla, there are many...

The Centre employs high school students for summer

Theresa Lauer, Reporter

May 5, 2016

During the summer months and even during the winter, The Centre is a popular place for High School students. Many students at Rolla High School work as lifeguards at The Centre. Joanna Callier has been lifeguarding for more...

Students learn hands-on skills in video production

Owen Pennington, Reporter

May 5, 2016

The RHS Review is a group of people who have banned together to create this “newscast” for the students of Rolla High School. These people include senior Chloe Myers, junior Jeremy Dalton, junior Noah Louis-Daily, junior...

Culinary Arts program thrives in its second year

Ryann Rigsby, Reporter

May 5, 2016

RTI offers a program called “Foundations of Restaurant Management and Culinary Arts.” Students can earn half of a unit of Communication Arts and half of a unit of math. Students will get hands on experience for the restaurant/hospitality...

Substitute teachers provide a valuable service for students

Sadhika Jaganathann, Staff Writer

February 13, 2016

Many wonder what being a substitute teacher is like. Two high school and junior high substitutes, Mary Mueller and Sara Wright, talked about their experiences in substituting. Mueller, before becoming a substitute teacher,...

The real cost of being involved

Kameron Wood, Reporter

November 5, 2015

It’s no surprise that by their senior year, a student has been in many activities. As they have progressed through school and found where they belong on the social scale, they participate in various activities. Costs for activitie...

Pete’s Pumpkin Patch

Ryleigh Grommet, Reporter

November 3, 2015

As fall approaches quickly, Pete’s Pumpkin Patch is preparing for the pumpkin season. Families come from near and far for a memorable day at the patch on 18385 S. US Highway 63 in Rolla, Missouri.   “My kiddo asks about it during the su...

Surviving the Holocaust: Local woman shares her story

Maria Pommerenke, Staff Writer

October 19, 2015

There are a great number of people in the world and everyone experiences different things and is shaped differently because of these experiences. World War II is often portrayed through the horror people experienced and today’s...

4-H helps develop well-rounded citizens

Luke Walker, Staff Writer

February 16, 2015

Being the largest youth development program in the United States is not all 4-H can brag about. 4-H is an after school program that youth age eight to eighteen can become involved in. There are a multitude of projects that...

Make your own club at RHS

Amanda Steineman, Staff Writer

September 23, 2014

If a group wants to get together and start a new club, the first person to contact is the principal’s secretary Charlene Mumma, but do this only after finding a teacher to sponsor the club. The club should be sponsored by a...

Acceptance helps one student share her story

Maddie Duncan, Staff Writer

April 4, 2014

Imagine if you woke up one day with a different gender. You might feel confused and trapped by a new and foreign body, and might try to do anything to feel like yourself again. This is the plight of transgendered people worldwide....

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