Eureka High School
4525 Highway 109, Eureka, MO 63025
Phone (636) 733-3100
Principal - Charles Crouther
August 24
Monday Check-In

​Week one is behind us and it seemed to go by in the blink of an eye. I will give you some information on week two later, but I just can't get Friday night out of my mind. Of course the final score was Eureka 35-Lafayette 13. Congratulations to the Wildcat football team and, Coach Sumner and his staff.  But that is just the icing on the cake. The entire evening was electric and full of the pride, tradition, and spirit that Eureka is known for.  Now add to that, the marching band, cheerleaders, Golden​line, parents, and fans. Very impressive! Some more congratulations go to those groups and their directors and sponsors for bringing additional spirit and excitement to the evening.

Now if that's not enough, my job was to rove through the stadium assisting the Administrative staff in crowd control and directing spectator traffic.  However, I was continually stopped by parent after parent and groups of family members who introduced themselves and tell their history and connection to Eureka and EHS. Again, very impressive with support and devotion to EHS. If you were not there, you missed a classic Friday night spectacle for the books, and I for one am very glad to have been there.

The first part of this week includes several activities that the students and staff will be involved in. The following is a list of activities for the week:

          Monday - Senior picture make up - 8:00-10:20am
                           Undergraduate picture make up - 8:00-3:00pm
                           Activity Showcase - 3:15-4:15 - Commons
          Tuesday - Tornado Drill - 12:26-12:30
          Friday - Early dismissal for Intruder Training for Staff - 12:18 pm
                            Varsity football - EHS vs Oakville 7:00pm

Please remember that after students are released on Friday at 12:18pm, the building will be locked down from 12:30-3:30pm.  You should have received a phone call from the Rockwood School District Messenger on Sunday evening. There will be another one this Wednesday evening as a reminder. Your assistance in keeping your students off campus until 3:30 will be greatly appreciated.  Don't forget the Wildcat Football team will host the Oakville Tigers this Friday evening at 7:00pm. We hope to see you there.
August 17
First Week of the 2015-2016 School Year

EHS Parents and Community,

The EHS 2015-2016 School Year has begun and the first two days were outstanding. All students​​ now know where to go, and each day finds the Administrative Staff having to show fewer confused students where to be for their next class.

Class meetings were held on Friday, August 14, where each grade level administrator explained numerous rules, policies, and EHS procedures.  Examples include:

  •         Dress Code
  •         Attendance
  •         Discipline
  •         Lunch Detentions
  •         Parking
  •         Dismissal
  •         Cafeteria Expectations

Your student received a form during fifth hour last week which is to be signed by the parent or guardian and the student indicating that both parties understand what was covered. This form must be returned to the fifth hour teacher A.S.A.P. the Student Handbook can be found online HERE​ or a copy can be picked up in the student's grade level principal's office.

Don't forget that Open House is this Thursday from 6:00-8:00PM and parents should meet in the Large Theater at 6:00PM. Please remember that this Friday is the home opener for the EHS Wildcat Football Team vs.​ Lafayette on the new synthetic turf field.

We look forward to seeing you both evenings!

July 27
Congratulations to Ramya Chengalvala!

Ramya was one of six Rockwood students recognized for completing scientific research in the Students and Teachers as Research Scientists (STARS) program this summer.​​ Her research was conducted under the oversite of Dr. Michael Anch, St. Louis University. To view the research topics of all students who participated in STARS this year, click HERE

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July 27
Welcome Back to School!
​Hello EHS Parents & Community,

The beginning of the 2015-2016 school year is less than three weeks away.  I would like to welcome you and your student(s) back to another exciting year at EHS. My name is Charles Crouther, and I will be serving as the Interim Principal for this year.  I look forward to meeting your and working with this outstanding faculty to continue the high standards of educational excellence for which Eureka is known.   Because the beginning of any school year can be a hectic time, I would like to remind you of several important dates in an effort to keep all parents apprised as the school year approaches.

Monday        August 3, 2015   Fall Sports Begin
Tuesday        August 4, 2015
                                        Student Orientation – Grades 10-12
                                        Junior/Senior Orientation 9:00-11:30am
                                        Sophomore/VICC Orientation 12:30-3:00pm
Wednesday  August 5, 2015   Freshman Parent Night
Tuesday        August 11, 2015  Freshman Student Orientation
Thursday      August 13, 2015  First Day of Classes
Thursday      August 20, 2015  Open House
 
I hope that these dates will assist you in planning for EHS Fall events.  I will send additional important dates throughout the school year.
 
Here is another important date and activity that you won’t want to miss! The Eureka Wildcats will take on the Lafayette Lancers on Friday, August 21, 2015 on the new EHS synthetic turf football field. What a way to kick off the start of a new school year and the football season!  So get out your purple and gold, mark your calendar, and get ready for an exciting evening at EHS. As we go through this school year, please stop in to see us and call if you have questions or concerns. We are here to serve our community and to do “whatever it takes” to give our students an excellent education and a memorable high school experience.
 
Sincerely,
Charles E. Crouther
March 02
Congratulations EHS Glory of Missouri Recipients

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Knowledge – Jacob Tucker & Equality - Mikayla Colenburg

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Liberty – Emily Benton & Law – Adam Vorel

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Justice – LaRonn Woods & Fraternity – Matt Butchart

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Education – Allyson Lotz & Progress – Payton Devine

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Honor – Rachel Forsythe & Truth – Jessica Knobbe

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Virtue – Faith Reynolds & Temperance – Blake Ruprecht

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Enterprise – Maneesh Tewani & Charity – Aileen Markovitz

February 24
EUR-EKA

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February 16
Prop 4 is on the April 7 ballot
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Prop 4 will address capital funding for EHS in the following ways:
  • Renovate locker rooms and weight room
  • Upgrade science labs in high schools for STEM curriculum
  • Install synthetic field and replace aged track
  • See links below for comprehensive information
Complete Project List (with photos)

This $68.25 million bond issue will not raise the current Rockwood tax trate for our property owners. A 57.14 majority is necessary for passage. 
February 13
Congratulations to the EHS ROSE Award Nominees

Each year, the Rockwood School District honors individuals for their contributions to our schools at the ROSE (Rockwood Outstanding Service in Education) Award Ceremony. The prestigious ROSE Award is bestowed upon individuals who show excellence of character, performance, leadership and service to the Rockwood School District, and is presented to a maximum of 15 individuals each year.  Congratulations to our 2015 nominees:

John Deavers, SSD Teacher
Tina Hilliard, SSD Teacher
Sandy Kearney, Counselor
Colleen Lofgreen, Counselor
Diane Lucas, FACS Teacher
Kara Mueller, Language Arts Teacher
Jeanette Oberg, French Teacher
Molly Smith Counselor
Robyn Stellhorn, Art Teacher
February 13
Congratulations EHS National Merit Finalists


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James, Jessica, and Allyson represent less than one percent of high school seniors in the United States and now have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered in the coming months.


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February 13
We VOTE!

​31 EHS students registered to vote today during lunch. There will be another registration day during lunch on February 27th.  Democracy is a beautiful thing!​ #oneeurekaVoter Registration.jpg

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