Sophomore and freshman English teacher Robert Bickers is inspired by his 7th grade History teacher, and uses him as a model for his current teaching style.
Five senior boys created a banner, held by the student section, to elevate the crowds’ cheers at sports games.
The Environmental Education class at East is centered around learning about the environment and interacting with animals.
General Education Social Worker Becky Wiseman has been working with East students for the last five years. After graduating from high school in Andover, Kansas, with a graduating class around 130 of the same people she had known since elementary school, Wiseman went to the University of Kansas (KU) [...]
The Heralders have been a tradition at East for five decades. At the beginning of every football and basketball game, four Heralders walk onto the field and symbolize the beginning of the game.
The autotech room is filled with car parts and tools. Without any funding from the school, the autotech room and classes are operated by having students and autotech teacher Brian Gay’s friends bring in their own cars for the students to work on.
Chambers is East’s most selective choir group that has been in existence since the school was opened.
The Library has been undergoing some changes. Mrs. Knop has added multiple improvements since she first came to East.
Ali Erickson is a new math teacher this year, teaching Geometry, pre-calc and Calc 3/Differential equations.
What can pack the East cafeteria with students at 6:02 on a Tuesday morning? Here’s a hint: it involves whiskers painted with Magic Marker, bowls of guacamole and inflatable hammers. Started in 1991 by the National Mole Day Foundation, the event has been a part of East tradition for 17 [...]
The East Fund raises money to provide grants to better the learning environment of East.
Frequent Fridays are shows that students in the Advanced Repertory Theatre classes produce.