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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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News Briefs

East Coffee Co. Up & Running

National Honor Society has set up their coffee stand, East Coffee Co., for the year. They sell cups of coffee for $2 every Tuesday and Thursday morning.

Homecoming Tickets for Sale

Tickets for the Homecoming Dance are on sale for $25 on Main Street right outside the library or online for $27. No tickets will be sold at the door.

Homecoming Week Spirit Days

Monday: Raiders Together – Twin Day
Tuesday: Past – Decades Day
Wednesday: Present – Dress in what you’re involved in
Thursday: Future – Outer space/Future/College
Friday: HOCO Class Colors

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”...

Calling Card \\ Wylie ISD Communications Director Ian Halperin holds up an example gold card that some residents can apply for to get free admission to certain district events. The program is open to anyone 65 years of age or older, a retired Wylie ISD teacher of any age, and more recently, active-duty military personnel or veterans.“Students love to play and perform to a full house. Having fans in the audience makes for a fun atmosphere and in sports, a home-court advantage,” Halperin said.
District gives golden tickets
writer: Heath Hadley, Editor in Chief

Sometimes getting into exclusive events can drain the wallet, or feel like...

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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: Ms. Kimberly Creel