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Homecoming float building

Homecoming float building

December 6, 2018

How to be prepared for the ACT

stephanie byrnside, opinion

November 15, 2018

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Students around the country prepare multiple times a year for the ACT, one of the most popular college entry exams. The test, which covers reading, language, science and math, often determines where students attend college, base...

“Freedom Writer” speaks to EHS students and staff

Caitlin Glancey, Hi-Gusher Staff

November 15, 2018

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Author and inspiration Manny Scott spoke to the students and teachers of El Dorado High School last week. Scott has had a difficult life. His father was imprisoned, he dropped out of school at the age of 14, and had given u...

Super Saturday brings in guest science teacher

Caitlin Glancey, Hi-Gusher Staff

November 13, 2018

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Mark Meredith,the head of the science department in Russellville, taught a lesson to Angie Parker’s AP biology class during Super Saturday on Nov. 3. Meredith teaches Pre-AP Biology, AP Biology, microbiology and genetics. He rece...

Soul of a Wildcat entries due Friday

Autumn Frazier, Hi-Gusher staff

April 2, 2018

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Do you know what the Soul of a Wildcat looks like? El Dorado High School students want to show you. The Soul of a Wildcat is a contest for ninth through 11th grade students at El Dorado High School who will showcase their creativity...

EHS chooses students for Arkansas Governor’s School

Sydney Morgan, Hi-Gusher Staff

April 2, 2018

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El Dorado High School selected students Sharay Castanon and Andrew Longinotti to attend the 39th annual Arkansas Governor’s School. The Arkansas Governor’s School (AGS) will be hosted at Hendrix College and will take up a...

‘What if’ worries A note from the adviser

Lauren Cross, Hi-Gusher Adviser

February 26, 2018

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“Mrs. Cross, what if...” There were so many “What if” questions asked after the recent tragedy in Parkland, Fla., where 17 lost their lives to violence on a high school campus. As a teacher, you want to be prepared to...

As finals near, prepare with these study tips

Tasia Richardson, Hi-Gusher Staff

February 26, 2018

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Finals approaching for students at EHS can be one of the most stressful times through the school year. Every student has a different approach when it comes to studying for finals, or any test, so here are some tips to help. Stay...

‘Doggy Dash’ registration still open to benefit UCAPS

Autumn Frazier, Hi-Gusher Staff

February 20, 2018

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The Save the Animals Club at El Dorado High School is hosting “The Doggy Dash,” a fundraiser to help raise money for the Union County Animal Protection Society, and is hoping to bring the community together to support Union...

Auditions open tonight for ‘High School Musical’

Tasia Richardson, Hi-Gusher Staff

February 20, 2018

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El Dorado High School’s Thespian Troupe 42 will be holding auditions beginning at 6 tonight and on Thursday for its production of “High School Musical.” Audition information is located on the troupe website at http://www.troupe42.com/. “If...

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