East is taking part in a fundraising mission called Willpower for Wishes through Make-A-Wish, a foundation that works to grant wishes towards critically ill children.
Ms. Roberts spoke about the significance of the club as well, saying that “it’s truly a celebration and an understanding of France as well as francophone countries and their traditions.”
This year, academics have been vastly impacted by the ongoing pandemic, and despite challenges, the freshman class representatives are hard at work in organizing events such as the talent show.
On Friday, February 5th, Girl Up hosted their second panel of the school year to educate students on different challenges and opportunities there are for women in their professions.
There are now 35 active clubs at East. So, there are plenty of ways for students to get involved with something they’re interested in.
The American Enterprise System, more commonly known as the Free Enterprise System, is a doctrine of politics and economics that enables individuals to regulate their economic decisions in a free, competitive market based on supply and demand.
Mrs. DeSantis has been an assistant principal at East for seventeen years and has made herself a familiar, friendly face.
In Mock Trial, students take on the roles of attorneys and witnesses and act as characters in a case given to them by the New York State Bar Association.
Whether it be volunteering community service, competing in competitive events, or meeting new people, FBLA is more than just a business organization.
Girl Up is making placemats for residents to have to go along with their meals on Valentine’s Day to brighten this time of the day for them.