RHS ECHO: Online student news

Students who serve make difference in Rolla

Celia Parsons and Theresa Lauer

March 7, 2017

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FCCLA FCCLA; Family Career and Community Leaders of America, one of Rolla High School’s many clubs committed to community service projects has a heavy load of them during the holiday season. One of them being the head o...

Constitution team continues with season

Bailey Allison and Lorren Black, Staff Writers

March 7, 2017

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Rolla High School’s Constitution team competed against other high schools in the area. “The constitution project is an organization that gives kids a chance to show their skills that have nothing to do with what...

Students start up a debate team

Lydia Giesey and Visakha Ho, Staff Writers

March 7, 2017

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In one of our previous ECHO issues, an article was written about various clubs here at Rolla High School. Fortunately, this article serves as a messenger to let the students know that we have one more golden nugget of club...

X out shaming, harrassment

Caroline Adams and Sophia Gesualdi, Staff Writers

March 7, 2017

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As time has passed, women have fought for equality, but not without hardship along the way. Today, women still face labeling and shame based on perceived expectations of how they should dress or date. Because of old cultural...

I’m with the band

I’m with the band

March 7, 2017

What keeps you Pokemon going?

Ashanti Owusu-Brafi, Webmaster

March 7, 2017

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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...

Students seek warmth, comfort in fall fashion trends

Mallory Persicke, Reporter

October 27, 2016

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There are many changes between summer and fall, but that doesn’t stop us from perceiving our inner fashionistas. From head to toe our whole outfit is almost reversed. We go from practically no clothes- to having almost no skin...

Involvement in service clubs helps students flourish

Diya Allada, Reporter

October 17, 2016

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Service Clubs are a great way to be involved in the community and also helps with social skills. There are many service clubs in the school, including Key Club and S2S. There are also other volunteer groups that are not affiliated...

Everyone has a Story to Tell

Caroline Adams, Reporter

November 5, 2015

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  On April 4, 2000 sophomore Faith Koenig was born in Jefferson City Missouri. After staying in the vast city for about a year, she moved to Kankakee Illinois. She stayed in Kankakee, Illinois for one year and moved to Cheba...

Everyone Has a Story to Tell

Hannah Delp, Reporter

November 5, 2015

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  Finding one’s niche in high school can be hard, and it ultimately is a problem faced by most high school students. Rolla High School sophomore, Kylie Maxwell, struggled to find her one true passion.   “I did choir...

Everyone Has a Story To Tell

Sadhika Jagannathan, Reporter

November 3, 2015

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   Transitioning from a homeschool system to a public or private school system can be a big adjustment. Beatrice Marti, a Rolla High School Junior, was homeschooled until ninth grade.   “Whenever ninth grade rolled around, ...

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