Money Smart Scholarship Contest Winner
As part of Federal Money Smart Week, the Wisconsin Coalition on Student Debt ran an essay contest for graduating high school seniors within the area of WEAC Region 6 (Dane, Grant, Green, Iowa, Jefferson, Lafayette, and Rock Counties). We are proud to share that, out of more than 100 entries, East Senior, Nazia Hicks, is one of five winners to receive a $1,000 Edvest scholarship towards college. Nazia plans to attend UW-Whitewater in the fall.
Academic Department Senior Awards - Class of 2020
Each year, East High Staff choose Senior students who have went above and beyond in their department and celebrate them during a presentation in the Theatre after the Senior Brunch in the last week of May. Although we can't be in person to recognize these Seniors, please take a look at this virtual celebration and congratulate them!
Math Department News and Celebrations
This week we celebrate and recognize the many accomplished student mathematicians, TAs, tutors, and staff who contributed to a successful year at East. Check out the full list of Math Stars and the May Math Department News. Also note that the East High School Math Department's annual run/walk to benefit the school graphing calculator fund will postpone its 21st occurrence until the spring of 2021.  In the meantime, enjoy the 2020 Pi Mile that Wasn't.
East Students Win Project Teen Money Contest
The winners of the Project Teen Money Scholarship Contest were announced on Monday, May 18th! We are excited to share that two of the winners are East students! Ike Lavitschke won the $2,500 scholarship grand prize, and Reece Walter will be awarded a $500 runner-up prize. Thank you to everyone who voted for our students. April van Buren, East High Business and Marketing Teacher, commented, "I'm very proud of their hard work and creativity, and happy to see East bring home this win!"
Eastside Athletics Updates & Fall Sports Information
Although our spring season wasn't able to take place, our spring coaches wanted to share a message of encouragement. Fall sports coaches are looking ahead to the 2020 season. Check out the Fall Sports Information to find out what student athletes need to play fall sports, fall sports start dates, and and fall coach contact information. Students who are interested in playing sports in the 2020-2021 school year should complete this form to share their preferred email address for summer virtual contact opportunities. These emails will also be used to disperse information about in-person activities when they become available, regarding East Athletics out-of-season programming, and updates on 2020-2021 school year timelines and dates related to Athletics.