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Dallas Morning News Journalism Day, held in downtown Dallas, was a day full of workshops and learning for the newspaper staff.
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Journalism adviser moves on to new chapter
writer: Casi Thedford, Adviser
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No Backpacks allowed May 23-26

To minimize potential disruptions, Wylie ISD is implementing a ‘no backpack policy’ at all secondary campuses (grades 7-12) for the last week of school. Lunchboxes and small purses are OK. If a student brings a backpack to school, campus administrators will secure it at the front office for the day.



Yearbooks distribution is Friday, May 20. Students will pick up their yearbooks during their English class. A limited number of yearbooks will be sold for $75 cash.


Have a great summer!

The last day of the 2021-2022 school year is Thursday, May 26. Students will be on an early release schedule. Classes end at 1:10. Lunch will be served from 1:10-2:20.

Keep in line \\ Trying to stay in their parade block formation, the Pride of the East marches down Main Street USA during their Disney trip over Spring Break. Their parade sequence music included the school Fight Song, On The Floor, a drum cadence, and the closer to their 2021 marching show, “Efflorescence.” Each musician became a Disney employee for the day and got to experience how all the magic happens.
Marching through Main Street USA
Fruits of labor \\ The yearbook staff celebrates the 2021 yearbook’s recognition in the Jostens’ annual Look Book. The book was selected from among  1,000 and 2,000 books submitted for consideration. “Its great to be featured in the book; I worked hard,” sophomore sports editor Tori Thedford said. “I want everyone to feel that way when seeing themselves in the yearbook.”
Some things never change
writer: Heath Hadley, Editor in Chief

Last year’s yearbook, the Dynasty, themed “Some things never change”...

Win the day \\ After competing and performing all day, the Sapphires smile with all the trophies they won at the Crowd Pleasers  competition Feb 19. After all the hours of practice under the direction of Stephanie Jackson, their hard work paid off and the girls were Grand Champions.
Grand champs
writer: Morgan Clark, Staff Reporter

After hours and hours of practice, all of the hard work that the Sapphires...

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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