News & Announcements
May 31 & June 1, 2016
All sorts of things happening today: Graduation practice in the auditorium, 8:00, Yearbook distribution, 10:00 in the small gym; Senior breakfast, 10:00. You can get a yearbook early by attending the yearbook stomp on June 1st, 5:30.
We are pleased to announce that the class Valedictorian for 2016 is Eleanor Wettstein. The 2016 class Salutatorian is Sam Bennett.
Special thanks to Stephanie Coltrin for her countless hours of service bringing the Leopard News to the East High Community!
We are pleased to announce that Hajira Abdi, Ana Jenny Fernandez and Nicholas Olsen will be our speakers at graduation. In addition we will hear from the senior class presidency and the valedictorian, yet to be determined.
Everything you need to know about graduation is HERE!
Whitman Howard took first place at the state national qualifing speech tournament in the event of Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking. He will compete at the National Speech and Debate Championships in June.
Christopher Kearl and Zachary Olson took second in the state DECA championships and will compete at DECA Nationals in Nashville next month.
Last weekend Garek Bielaczyc ran in the New Balance Indoor National in NYC and won with a time of 8:57:03. The result, along with the win, makes Gerek an All-American. Here he is crossing the finish line. You can watch the race here. Start at 3:17.51. Garek ran the fastest two mile race in the country this year.
Fee Waiver for 2016-2017
Avoid hours of wait time during school registration. Fill out and turn in your fee waiver today!
East Child Care for 2016-2017 Registration
We are excited to announce that East High will have full-day Child Care available for Salt Lake City School District Employees beginning in fall 2016. Please use the link below for more information and to apply. Applications for enrollment are DUE by March 30, 2016 .
East Summer School
2016 Summer School: Summer School applications are now being accepted. Please speak with your counselor if you are interested in attending summer school. Summer school is only for credit recovery. Priority will be given to students recommended by counselors. Enrollment is limited to 60 students.
2016 Sage Testing
If you have questions about SAGE testing and your options, please visit the following website: http://www.slcschools.org/departments/assessment-and-evaluation
Today in History from the New York Times
On May 27, 1647 Alse Young became the first person executed as a witch in America when she was hanged in Hartford, CT.
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