Senior Tony Jones started chalk ninja club, which meets on Fridays after school. Chalk ninja puts a new spin on the well-known ninja game.
Get up to date on what people in the news talked about this November.
The current electronic policy states that cellphones must not be in use during class time. But by the end of the 2014-2015 school year, all of that could all change.
East office uses social media for the first time to connect with students and reach out to the community.
Confused about how our live broadcasts work? Pass the word on to family and friends to make sure that everyone watches tonight’s game.
Join Julie Godchaux- Linneman as she recaps the week of November 18th-22nd.
Superintendent Dr. Jim Hinson has had his first few months in office, and has made a point to listen to the community.
Athletes often turn to energy drinks to feel well-prepared for practices and games, but most aren’t aware of the negative effects that could destroy their heart health.
Senior Corinne Stratton started the Down Syndrome Guild SHARE project to help kids with special needs. Volunteers for the project help with childcare and running events.
Around East, different clubs and organizations have been selling their own merchandise in the hallways every Friday morning.
East students can support the Johnson County Christmas Bureau (JCCB) at the Panera in Corinth Square from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 14. Panera will donate a percentage of their profits to Stuco who will then donate all the proceeds to the JCCB.
An unknown thief has stolen money for the DECA trip, New York last week.The trip will take place November 20-24.