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Your guide to getting a gift for a girl
writer: Morgan Clark, Staff Reporter
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News Briefs

Lone Star Winners

WEHS journalism dominated the Lone Star Writing contest for the large school division. Senior Heath Hadley won first place and $125, junior Morgan Clark placed second and won $100 and freshman Maggie Volpi placed third and won $75.


All-State Choir

We are proud to announce junior, Carolyn Childrey, senior, Elbert Haney, and junior, Eva Shipp made it to the next phase in the All-State Choir competition. These three students will travel to San Antonio in February to perform with other qualifiers from all over the state. Congratulations!


A Year in Review 2021
A Year in Review 2021
Ayomide Olajimi: Class of 2014
Ayomide Olajimi: Class of 2014
writer: Gloria Olajimi, Staff Reporter

After graduating in 2014, Ayomide “Paul” Olajimi attended Lubbock Christian...

Holiday Helper \ Students crowd to get a picture with Walmart Consumables Team Lead Laura, who provided another Christmas miracle by paying the remaining $50 herself when the students went over their budget. “This time of year, I feel really bad for the kids who can’t get anything for Christmas,”  Laura said. “I have kids of my own, so I can not imagine that.”
A Christmas Miracle
writer: Heath Hadley, Editor in Chief

Waking up on Christmas morning, a time when children are excited to get...

Wylie Cemetery: How to respect the dead
Wylie Cemetery: How to respect the dead
writer: Avery Heist, Staff Reporter

It’s common to see people unknowingly be disrespectful in cemeteries....

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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