It is an honor for me to pass the TORCH to Mrs. Lederman. Please help me to congratulate her on being the next TORCH recipient.
Seven seniors responded to a survey to share what they learned about grades, socialization, school clubs, and what’s important. What they said can help us to make our years of high school the best we can make it.
While it enabled some individuals to spend more time with their pets and families at home, it has also stripped many from meeting their family and friends that live elsewhere. This situation has consequently had positive and negative effects depending on an individual’s personality, lifestyle, and their perspective on socializing.
On March 4th, the East Literary Digest met with poet Keith S. Wilson, author of Fieldnotes on Ordinary Love, over Zoom to listen to him read and discuss his work.
According to Mr. Meyer, Williamsville East math teacher (and now father to two kids!), NHS will hold a meeting at the end of March with hopes of a ‘Kids Escaping Drugs’ bowling event occurring in April or May.
The district decided that all hybrid students will be expected to take their AP exams during the first administration from May 3rd to May 17. Remote students can expect a survey asking them whether or not they are able to come into the building to take in-person exams.
Girls Up, a club connected to the United Nations designed to support women throughout the world, is one of the few clubs still running despite not being able to meet in person.
There has been talk of planning a different end of the year senior bash, whether that is at the school or an alternate location we do not know.
East is taking part in a fundraising mission called Willpower for Wishes through Make-A-Wish, a foundation that works to grant wishes towards critically ill children.
Ms. Roberts spoke about the significance of the club as well, saying that “it’s truly a celebration and an understanding of France as well as francophone countries and their traditions.”