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East Wishes Ms. Sloma Safe Travels!

n early March, East’s beloved library clerk Ms. Sloma went into retirement. She will be dearly missed by East library frequenters and staff alike as a crucial part of the school support staff.

Reasons for Insomnia in Adolescents

There are many potential causes for a lack of sleep, especially in teenagers.

A Look Back on Unity in Diversity

Unity in Diversity performed on February 14th for all of East with bold success! The crowds were cheering and waving their phone flashlights, and the performers all felt great about the big show. As Unity comes to a close, here are some final messages from the officers regarding the performance.

East Celebrates Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day, East! February 14th is the iconic day of love, chocolate, teddy bears, and red roses galore. In honor of that, we at the East Side News conducted a survey regarding the holiday. Here is what we’ve found.

Athlete of the Week: January

In an exceptional week of athletic achievements, two standout athletes from Williamsville East High School have secured the coveted title of Athletes of the Week. Bella Ascone, a track and field star, showcased her talent by setting two personal records in consecutive days, while Roman Tedeschi, a swimmer of immense talent, earned his recognition by qualifying for the NYS Championship Meet and breaking a pool record.

Muffin Mondays with the Senior Class

Starting Monday, January 21st, the Class of 2024 officers have been holding Muffin Mondays, where muffins are sold before and after school in the commons. Flavors include chocolate chip, blueberry, and lemon poppyseed. Muffins are $1.00 each. All proceeds will go to funding the senior class’s prom in June

What’s Going on at East? – Club Feature

Updates on clubs including Unity and Diversity and Newspaper Club!

The WEHS Flames: Dangerous When Wet

The Girls Swim Team was 9-0, ECIC Division II champions, Class B champions, and 5th in the state overall. Coach Chris Miller says that “this has been the most successful season in Williamsville East’s 50+ year history.”

Another Thanksgiving Food Drive Success

This year’s annual Thanksgiving food drive has been an undeniable success, as East collected and donated over 1,000 non-perishable food items for families in need so that they could enjoy a Thanksgiving meal.

Sources of Strength “Fall Colors Week” Recap

The week before Thanksgiving break, Sources of Strength sponsored a “Fall Colors Week” to raise awareness for the positive sources of strengths we have in our lives!

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