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RHS ECHO: Online student news

Living sustainably in our community

Audrey Roberts, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

Living sustainably is a goal many people are working toward in 2019, with the environmental threats of global warming, deforestation, and air pollution looming, any changes people make to be more conscious goes a long way....

Special Education teachers work to provide classes for everyone

Lauren Ulrich, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

The public education system serves a large variety of students with different educational needs. For students in the special education program, it takes a dedicated team of faculty to ensure they are not overlooked. In the...

Species blooming, migrating in coming spring months

Audrey Roberts, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

Springtime in Missouri is diverse and colorful, if one knows where to look. It is easy to get lost in the green abundance of the Ozarks, but some of the most interesting creatures are a little harder to track down. There...

Assisted living communities in Rolla provide care for elderly

Lauren Ulrich, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

Senior citizens play a vital role in the foundation of a community, but can be placed in a vulnerable position if their needs are not met. The Rolla chapter of the Agency on Aging works to ensure that seniors have the services...

Senior Kristina Happel wins state writing award

Jace Swearingen, Copy Editor

March 7, 2019

The Greater Kansas City Writing Project is a university based national writing site dedicated to improving and supporting student writing. They do this through offering writing classes, as well as an annual writing competition....

Progress in our school district, a look at RHS through history

Julia Leventis, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

With the repetition of walking the same hallways, to get to the same classes, it’s easy to forget one’s surroundings and feel as though they are simply “going through the motions,” instead of taking a step back to let...

MS&T professor, students explore links between lakes on Earth, Mars

Maia Bond, Editor In Chief

March 7, 2019

When one mentions ‘lakes’ the immediate connotation is a large body of water, usually for swimming and watching fireworks over. However, Dr. Melanie Mormile is researching a different kind of lake located in Australia in...

Veterans share stories, advice, hope for students

Maia Bond, Editor in Chief

March 7, 2019

The brick building spanning across the spacious lawn in the middle of St. James is mostly known to the public for it’s firework shows and trick-or-treat events on Halloween. The Veteran’s Home provides much more than that,...

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