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Opinions

Rotten apples

Rotten apples

Ashley Survillion, News Reporter

The haunted memories most people turn away from and try to forget sometimes makes their way back in their life changing it forever. The necessity of that situation is what matte...

February 21No Comments

The not so brilliant Final Problem

The not so brilliant Final Problem

February 17

On the hunt

On the hunt

February 16

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Features

Knowledge is power

Knowledge is power

Valerie Msafiri, journalism student

Katherine Isbell, the Spanish I and II teacher, lived in Japan for 10 years, but after having her daughter and witnessing the deterioration of individuality in Japanese middle sc...

February 17No Comments

Fears over years

Fears over years

Cheyanne Voelker and Maddie Smith

They walk into a newly discovered world with shaky smiles, trying to find their friends in the endless hallways and avoid the eyes of upperclassmen. The bell sounds ...

February 16No Comments

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Announcements

Scholarships
The local scholarship window is open until March 6. This is the application link for all Wylie Education Foundation scholarships. https://wylieisd.eformsolutions.com/wylieisd/scholarships

VOE requests
Students request Verification Of Enrollment forms in the attendance office by signing a request log. Please allow three days to process the request due to the volume of requests and verification of good attendance. A VOE will not be processed on the same day it is requested. Please request VOEs in a timely manner to prepare for DMV appointments.

Magazine Drive
Student Council and the PTSA are gathering magazines from all of the second period classes for the magazine drive. The winning second period class with the most magazines donated between now and the end of March will receive a pizza party. The second winning class will receive donuts for the entire classroom. The winners are decided upon the weight of all the recyclables that are collected from the classrooms. Not only is is a competition against classrooms, but it is a district-wide recycling contest. Both students and teachers are encouraged to bring anything that can be recycled into their second period classroom.

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The news site of Wylie East High School
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