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Petrifying Playlists
Students reveal what spooky songs are on their petrifying playlists
writer: Heath Hadley, Editor in Chief
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
Dress code should be least of students' concerns
writer: Anne Stone, journalism student contributor
Sleep Rally
writer: Anne Stone (11), journalism student contributor
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Beast Ballots

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News Briefs

Food Drive

The annual Christian Care Center food drive is underway. The campus goal is to collect 5,250 items. which will feed 35 families in need for an entire week. For every 1,050 items, students will earn a sweatpants day during the week before Thanksgiving Break.

 

Yearbook Senior Baby Ads

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

 

Ring ceremony

Are you ready for the class of 2022 ring ceremony? To prepare for the ceremony, juniors need to double check their registration then purchase a ring or preferred piece of jewelry. Juniors may purchase their ring with Balfour or find a ring elsewhere. Students may ask their favorite teacher to join them on the stage to present the ring to them during the official ring ceremony Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.

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
Fixer Upper \\ Junior Brian Satterwhite practices what he has learned in HVAC to get a certification to fix AC units.
Going with the airflow
writer: Heath Hadley, Editor in Chief
I chose to take this class because I was looking for a more hands-on form of learning that I was not getting with my normal engineering courses
Partnering virtually \\ With their lab partners tuning in remotely, seniors Tyler Allen and Nolan Lincoln collection trace evidence for Locard’s Lab to find the primary location of the victim’s homicide in their forensics class Sept. 28. Remote learners paired up with on-campus learners via a Google Meet or FaceTime to participate in labs.
Remote students choose to stay home, not go to school
writer: Isabel Zambrana, journalism student contributor

Students pack their bags and hastily get ready for school, rushing out...

Catching cards // Showing off their products, Transition to Life students sell their handmade creations to staffulty in the teacher center Sept. 29. "We put Handmade Creations on wheels and bring it to the schools and set it up and let teachers shop," Mrs. Patterson said.
Handmade Creations' adaptations
writer: Hannah Hansen, Staff Reporter

Handmade Creations, led by Mrs. Nakia Patterson, is a store run by Transition...

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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