Sunday, June 4, 2023

New Care Club Wants Future Healthcare Professionals

There’s a new club at Williamsville East High School called the Will East Care Club. This unique club helps people gain exposure to different aspects of the healthcare field and will help to explain different career opportunities relating to this club.

Welcome Back From Break!

After a snowy break and the start of a new year, schools across the country start reopening doors to students. With only six months left to go, there are plenty of things to look forward to (dreadfully or joyfully) in the 2023 school year.

Keeping Up with FBLA

With the start of this new year, FBLA is only getting better. With many upcoming events, be sure to keep up with FBLA so you don’t miss out.

The Most Wonderful Concert of the Year: Winterfest

East’s biggest concert, Winterfest, gave audiences a spectacular show for the 48th year in a row. The entire music department, as well as several groups, performed to a packed auditorium for more than two hours on December 21st and 22nd.

Submit to the Bad Love Poetry Contest and be the Most Cringe-Worthy at East

The East Literary Digest is proud to host its annual Bad Love Poetry contest! It’s easy to participate, and anyone can do it: simply write a love poem (or a few, up to three), make it as purposefully bad as possible, submit it into the competition, and see your work in print!

A Special Talk with Mr. Mallon, East’s Latin 4A Teacher

Mr. Mallon is East’s newest member of the LOTE department, and currently teaches Latin 4A. Here's a little more about him!

Tips for Building Your Schedule

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.

Varsity Flag Football This Spring

Spring sports season is right around the corner, so get ready because girls football is gearing up for their first season at Williamsville East. After talking to Mr. Suchyna about the season, he confirmed that there definitely will be a team this year.

Unity in Diversity’s First Checkpoint

December 15th was Unity in Diversity’s first checkpoint rehearsal, in which all of the represented countries presented 30 seconds of each of their acts. Let’s take this as an opportunity to review what the show at the end of March will look like!

SIHAC: Our District’s Student Representatives

The Superintendent's Inter-High Advisory Council, or SIHAC, is a group of students from each of the high schools in the district who discuss prevalent issues and concerns that arise in the community.

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