During Homecoming week, students showed their East pride by decorating the halls with a sea of red and gold. Seniors showed up in their best attire for the Homecoming Kickoff Assembly, where the Homecoming Court nominees were announced.
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By Amanda Ojeda The Williamsville East High School teachers and staff are without a doubt passionate and committed to the work they do for their...
By Sarah Brunskill After a long wait, the spring sports season has come once more. Lacrosse, softball, baseball, track, and men’s tennis are back in...
As we are starting to bring this school year to a close, we are looking for two leaders to fill the positions of secretary and treasurer for next year.
On Tuesday, May 25th, and Friday, May 28th, let’s celebrate this achievement by wearing the colors that represent our greatest Source of Strength that has carried us through.
Philip Baillargeon took first place with a painfully alliterative submission revolving around the unfortunate Ernest Eckerfell.
Ms. Calleri inspires us all with her enthusiasm, her dedication to her students, and her willingness to always take the time to help others. Her extraordinary lesson plans infused with impressive technology engages students and makes learning fun.
I would like to pass the TORCH to a strong, compassionate and caring person, someone that I have had the pleasure to co-teach with for 15 going on 16 years--Mrs. Bailey.
Political Forum is one of East’s clubs that returned this spring, run by Dr. Redmond of the Social Studies department. The club is focused on providing a respectful environment to discuss many different political issues. So far, discussion topics have been gun control, the death penalty, and minimum wage.