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A good one \\ Freshman Bryanna Turner highly recommends the latest video game obsession: Among Us. "The game is addictive! The suspense factor left me wanting more," Turner said.
Among us
A fresh spin on 'who done it games'
writer: Bryanna Turner
Proper attire \\ During the pandemic, students should get a more relaxed dress code. If given the chance, students will not abuse a more lax dress code opportunity.
Dress code should be least of students' concerns
writer: Anne Stone, journalism student contributor
Sleep Rally
writer: Anne Stone (11), journalism student contributor
Hidden smile
writer: Katie Borchetta, Staff Reporter
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School Picture Make-up date is Oct. 28

The school picture makeup date is Wednesday, Oct. 28. Freshmen, sophomores and juniors who missed the original picture date or enrolled in school after Sept. 8, 2020 will need to have their photo taken on this date. Students will receive a hall pass prior to Oct. 28 to be released during fifth or sixth period to have their school picture taken.

Remote learners may come to the school between 4:30-6 p.m. to have their pictures taken. Pictures are in the library. Park in the front parking lot and enter through the main entrance. You must socially distance, wear a mask and fill out the health screening. Please, only students may come into the building. In order to keep exposure to a minimum, parents may NOT come into the school with their student. This is the final opportunity to have school pictures taken!

 

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Design your yearbook senior baby ad online at www.JostensAdService.com. Hurry, all ads must be completed and paid in full by Nov. 13.

 

Sophomore class ranks are in

Sophomores, class rank is out! Go to the counselors’ office, fill out a form with name, ID number, and then write “Class rank” for the purpose. Then the counselors will send you an email with your class rank and GPA.

Welcome back \\ Senior Grayson Housley is a remote learner. He has chosen to return to on-campus learning at the end of the grading period. The district asked families to choose if they wanted to continue their learning experience or change it at the end of the nine week grading term.
Making his return
Call somebody who cares \\ Counselor Mrs. Mandy Coers highly recommends that students use the text hotline when having harmful or suicidal thoughts. She has more information available in her office. “I like that the Crisis Text Line is a text,” Mrs. Coers said. “Studies have shown that it’s hard for teenagers to pick up the phone and talk.”
September marks prevention month
writer: Isabel Zambrana, journalism student contributor

To prioritize the needs of students with mental illness and emotional problems,...

True blue \\ Decked out in boas and bling, juniors Hailey Gummelt, Ashtyn Arp and Campbell Andrews participated in the annual Ultimate Raider contest.
Back in blue
writer: Casi Thedford, Adviser

Covid-19 can't put a damper on school spirit.  Students and staff...

Putting on a performance \\ JROTC runs the Raider flags high and proud as the cheer team chants the Wylie East battle cry during the first ever virtual pep rally.
Bringing the rally to the Raider
writer: Shelby Perry, Staff Reporter

A pep rally is supposed to be roaring crowds, jam-packed bleachers and...

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Raider Redraw by Claire McDaniel
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The mission of the Wylie East High School news site is to inform, educate and entertain readers. Established Jan. 13, 2011. Principal: Mrs. Tiffany Doolan; Adviser: Mrs. Casi Thedford
The mission of the Wylie East High School news site is to inform, educate and entertain readers. Established Jan. 13, 2011. Principal: Mrs. Tiffany Doolan; Adviser: Mrs. Casi Thedford