With the end of the fall sports season, the first show of the year is just around the corner! To start off November with a bang, Drama Club will be hosting members and their families at East for their production of Wendy and Peter Pan. Both our Drama Club and Stage Crew have been diligently working in their rehearsals and on the sets and logistics to ensure that the first play of the year is a success!
By Armita Rohani The biggest week of the year at East is drawing near: Homecoming is only a few short days away! A week filled...
Thanks to funding from the district and the $20,000 that the school store raised last year, East was renovated inside and out over this last summer. From new staff to new rooms, icons to memories, or just basic upgrades, the environment of this school has been completely transformed–for better or for worse.
This spring, Williamsville East is welcoming its first season of Girls’ Flag Football. This exciting development provides female football fans the opportunity to take the field and play the sport they love.
The 2023 season of carnations, cupid, and conversation hearts is finally here! East Side News writers wondered how East celebrates Valentine’s Day, so we sent out a survey that covered it all.
As students begin to navigate planning out schedules for the 2023-2024 school year, here are some tips to make difficult decisions hopefully a little easier.
What is a full-blown Winterfest like? Ask a senior. They’re in the only class that already knows. For the first time since 2019, the music wing will be performing in front of a full audience for about two hours and sections are playing all together instead of six feet apart.
Having constant access to grades is an universal experience here at the Williamsville Central School District. However, is this system truly beneficial for learning, or is it a detriment? In this article, I interviewed several students to get a better understanding of how students feel about this system within the wall-less halls of East. As it turns out, opinions vary wildly among students.
The Williamsville East high school girls varsity tennis team had a wonderful season this year. With a draw of tough opponents and hard games, they managed to place second in their division, barely losing to Clarence by one match. While the entire team didn’t get to go to states, ECICS arrived and some of their star players managed to beat everyone else in the tournament.
To get a taste for how the East community likes the season of turning leaves, the East Side News surveyed students and faculty to learn their opinions of all things fall!