Hats off to Adam Vorel who has done a couple amazing things this month:
· Adam had an on-air interview (10/4/13) Afternoons on 11
“A Eureka high school student named Adam Vorel is using his voice to help find a cure for juvenile diabetes. The junior is one of 151 students who spoke before Congress in an effort to find a cure for Type 1 juvenile diabetes. He has type 1 diabetes and represented Missouri.”
· Adam also presented his research from his work as a Tyson Environmental Research Fellow this past weekend at Washington University’s Fall 2013 Undergraduate Research Symposium (10/26/13). His topic? “Die-off and recruitment of tree multi-stems after drought.”
This is an exciting opportunity, and, hopefully, students will take advantage of these new hours!
Project Interface is a unique mentoring style internship offered to qualified juniors in the Rockwood School District. The program provides students with insight into career exploration opportunities while allowing them the chance to gain practical real world experience in a field of interest. Students are partnered with a business professional to complete a custom-designed project developed by the Project Interface facilitator with input from the business partner. To qualify students must have a 3.0 at the end of their sophomore year and the coursework that supports their chosen career area.
Eligible Juniors will receive a letter in October from the Rockwood School District Partners In Education office providing information about the program and how students can sign up to attend the Student Information Meeting that will be held at each high school in November. Juniors complete an application process to participate during the summer before their senior year or during their senior year of school. Please call Linda Souder, Project Interface Facilitator at 636-733-2128 or email email@example.com if you would like more information about this opportunity.
· Sunday, November 24, 3:00pm
· Sunday, March 23, 3:00pm
· Sunday, June 1, 3:00pm
Congratulations Alec and Samuel!
I am excited to say that over the summer, it was decided that I would follow the class of 2015 and be the junior principal for 2013-14! My new office is up by the small theater. Same as before...the door is always open!
It's already here! Orientation is on Tuesday, August 6th from 9-11:30. Check out tonight's Blackboard Connect email for a new health form that students need to turn in, and don't forget that orientation is also an opportunity to get that school photo taken.
Eureka High SchoolBradley Klages-Principal4525 Highway 109Eureka, MO 63025Phone: 636-733-3122Fax: 636-938-2450WebsiteDriving Directions