As a separate and independent location from the Rockwood School District's Administrative Center, the Annex…More houses the following district programs and employees: Adult Education and Literacy (AEL)/GED online program; Adult/Youth Sports and Facility Usage; Assessement Department; Data Quality and Continuous Improvement; Educational Equity and Diversity; Before and After School/Summer Enrichment; English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL); Fine Arts Department; Guidance/Counseling Department; Health and Physical Education Department; Language Arts and Reading Department; Library/Media Department; Mathematics Department; Practical Arts Department; Professional Development Department; Science Department; and World Languages and ESOL Department.
This building also is the location for the district's Center for Visual and Performing Arts/Spotlight Production; Drug Free Schools; and Partners in Education.
The historic but remodeled gym at the site is used for Rockwood Community Education sports.
Named after Ralph Blevins Jr., whose personal motto was "be kind, friendly, and smile a lot," this elementary…More school's environment focuses on that same positivity and attention to excellence. Students are treated to popcorn days and programs such as Boomerang Jack and the Top Secret Energy Caper. They also participate in Science Day and the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program. Bobcat Pride notations celebrate the variety of ways that Blevins Elementary students contribute to and participate in local communities.
Eureka police officers take their emergency management roles so seriously, they have tried and perfected various…More approaches to community policing. Department officials have their own tactical operations unit, K-9 division, detective squad and bike patrol units.
The department maintains a breakdown of local crime statistics andwhen a burglary, larceny or vandalism occurs, a letter is generated about the event and mailed to the entire subdivision affected within 24 hours of the occurrence.
Eureka police officers also participate in and monitor the St. Louis County Crime Incident Map.
A full-time school resource officer (SRO) stationed at Eureka High School serves as a liason between the school and the police department.
Eureka police officers work jointly with local elementary schools to execute the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program.