Eureka High School
4525 Highway 109, Eureka, MO 63025
Phone (636) 733-3100
Principal - Deborah Asher
October 22
We Need Your Support

HELP HUNGRY ​​​RSD KIDS

Did you know?  Most recent available information show 135 Rockwood students are homeless with 32 percent of students residing in the county and 68 percent residing in the city.

At this time the Eureka quadrant is serving the highest number of students with the Got Your Back Pack program.  The backpack program provides a backpack filled with food every Friday to ensure the students will not go without for the weekend.

The food is nutritious, easy to open, as well as simple to prepare, to accommodate a variety of living circumstances.

Your donation of food items (see below) or money to purchase these items goes straight to OUR Rockwood kids! 

Please consider bringing food items and/or making a donation to EHS parent-teacher conferences tomorrow night, October 22, 2014, 4:00-7:30 p.m.

High demand food items:

  • oatmeal
  • peanut butter (in small plastic containers)
  • jelly (in small plastic containers)
  • tuna
  • macaroni and cheese
  • pasta and spaghetti sauce (in metal cans is best), chili, stews
  • applesauce, dried fruits, canned vegetables and fruit
  • crackers

Thank you in advance for your support of our kids!​​

Additional information on how to help:

http://www.rockwood.k12.mo.us/eed/Pages/GotYourBackpack.aspx

October 21
Spirit Spotlight: EHS Golden Line

See our ​Golden Line Spotlighted​ by KSDK.

October 19
CONGRATULATIONS SOFTBALL TEAM

 

October 16
Congratulations Softball Team
October 16
Appreciation for EHS Students' Character

​Homecoming 2014 is behind us (well almost) and by all accounts it was one of the most successful and school spirited ever.  I commented frequently during the week about our great kids. Today I received a letter from a community member that witnessed what I see everyday.  

In part the letter stated:

​My husband and I had dinner Saturday at the Ellisville Pasta House Co.  We were seated across from a table of thirteen Eureka students.  They were laughing, chatting, and enjoying themselves and obviously dressed for the homecoming dance...We were so impressed...their waitress...told me she had also complimented them saying she had never waited on students who were so polite and respectful...thank them for representing EHS so well. ...it is refreshing to see this outstanding group of young people.

​​I receive many letters or calls a year expressing what a positive impression EHS students leave when representing their school and community.​​​​

On behalf of all our students we t​hank you for supporting Eureka High School in our efforts to continue the long tradition of service and respect.

October 16
Friday Night Lights

Appreciation for Wildcats granting wishes:

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October 10
Homecoming Week 2014

EHS is well known for its school spirit.  This year was great even by OUR standards!​  Thanks for being the best high school anywhere.  Have a safe and fun Homecoming Weekend.







 


 

 

 

 
 
 



 
 








October 05
Congratulatons Deepa Bhuvanagiri

Bhuvanagiri, D.jpgEureka High School freshman Deepa Bhuvanagiri was recognized at the National Association of Engineers Anniversary celebration in Washington DC. She won a video competition in her age group and won $5,000! The contest invited participants to submit a 1-2 minute video showing engineering’s impact on society in the last 50 years and to project its contributions in the next 50 years.

September 18
Cadet Teaching

​EHS students enrolled in Cadet Teaching learn about teaching in the classroom and then with some hands-on experience.

 

September 15
EHS Welcomes Frank DeAngelis

​Retired Columbine High School Principal, Mr. Frank DeAngelis, speaks to EHS students and staff.




Mr. DeAngelis wants everyone to understand that it is not better security that will end school violence.  It is human connection and a sense of belonging for all.


Mr. DeAngelis reminds us that each of us makes a difference and what we do impacts those around us each and everyday.  Take the time to reach out to others. Be kind. Speak up when you see someone struggling.  Be the help that someone needs.

 

Thank you Mr. DeAngelis for sharing your message.  It reminds us all that we matter to each other.  Each of us is a link in the chain of humanity.

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