East is a very unique school where some rooms have four walls and a door and some rooms have one wall and no door. Ms. Sweeney, who teaches math on the third floor, has an open classroom with one wall. Mrs. Creahan, who teaches art on the first floor, has only makeshift walls and no door. Mrs. Bedore, a Spanish teacher on the second floor, has three walls and no door.
The East girl’s lacrosse team has had a very successful, and fun season this year. With a record of 9 and 7, they managed to win a lot while still making time for fun.
By Jackson Amenta This year the boys swim team season has been an exciting one. The relatively successful state meet marked the end of this...
East is known for its open floor plan, but we should keep in mind that just like any other layout, it has both advantages and disadvantages to it. The no doors concept eliminates barriers that may prevent movement around the school with ease.
By Nour Touti Unicef is an organization dedicated to advocating for the inclusion and protection of children’s rights to help meet their basic needs and...
By Simon Li and Jonah Ruddock Sleep deprivation is an all too common occurrence among high schoolers, especially at an academically rigorous school like East....
While in the midst of a pandemic, who would have thought a paper shortage would almost be the end of us. That may be an overstatement, but for many of our teachers and staff here at Williamsville East, this shortage has wreaked havoc.
Winterfest is finally back to Williamsville East! The festive concert is being held on the 21st and 22nd for the first time since 2019. There will be two half shows during assemblies on the 21st, one in the morning for Transit Middle students and the other in the afternoon for East’s student body and staff. Full shows will take place on the nights of the 21st and 22nd. Come and see the incredible, talented musicians perform!
As the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence ends, Girl Up is embracing its mission to help abuse victims. For the second year in a row, the club is organizing a card making campaign to spread some positivity this holiday season.
Earlier this year, the Biden Administration delayed the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan to September 11th. East students led the donation drive for household items that will be used in welcome kits for the incoming evacuees.