The Undersecretary of the Army Joseph Westphal came to Brookwood Elementary today to speak about the Pledge of Allegiance at the school’s Veteran’s Day event.
During the Friday, Nov. 1 football game against SM North there will be an opportunity for spectators between the ages of 18 and 44 to join the bone marrow registry between the times of 5:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
Coalition will host a Mario Kart tournament directly after school to benefit Doctors Without Borders, their monthly cause.
An East senior and junior woke up on Oct. 15 to find their cars and the possessions inside of them stolen. Mission Hills police are unsure of whether the thefts are related, but urge students to be cautious.
The Class of 1963 will hold their 50th reunion from Friday, Oct. 11 to Saturday, Oct. 12. On Friday, classmates will attend, the East football game, tour East and attend a banquet.
This year, Coalition is participating in World Sight Day by encouraging students to wear sunglasses. The event is meant to raise awareness about people in other countries who can’t afford eye care.
East has been trying to be more green and recycle more throughout this year. To facilitate this, the administration has been sticking to digital documents and not printing as much as possible. They have also tried to find more environmentally friendly ways to recycle electronics.
Students can vote for their Homecoming Court through the link provided. The Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned at the Homecoming game and dance.
Coalition is holding a Free Rice Competition after school today in the school library. The competition is scheduled to begin at 3 pm.
East students are volunteering at the annual Prairie 5k. The run serves as a fundraiser for Prairie Elementary School and takes place on Saturday, Sept. 21.
Seniors can nominate their Homecoming Court through the link here. The Homecoming Court will be announced next week and the King and Queen will be crowned at the Homecoming game and dance.
The Prairie Village Police Department has bought several new gadgets, such as electronic ticket writing, electronic fingerprinting, license plate reading devices and new Sports Utility Vehicle, to increase the efficiency and productivity of the police department.