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  • Bulletin  Daily Student Bulletin

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  • Summer School Information

    WPS Logo Summer School classes will be offered May 29 to June 14 at East High and Wichita Virtual School this year. The cost is $90 per course for USD 259 students and $150 for all other students.

    To enroll, students must see a counselor for course selection and completion of enrollment form before paying fees with the bookkeeper. Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Enrollment opens April 9, 2018. The last day to enroll for High School Summer courses is Wednesday, May 23, 2018, by close of business. After May 18, you must enroll at East or Chester I. Lewis Virtual School.

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  • East Scholars Bowl Takes 2nd at State

    Congratulations to the following students for taking 2nd place at the State 6A Scholars Bowl tournament held Saturday in Wichita: Anuragini Arora, Teddy Barfield, Tanvi Karmarkar, Seenu Madhavan, Kim Pham and Mel Tamhane.

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  • EHS Today - Updated 2/8/2018

    EHS-2-Day EHS Today is a production created by the Digital Video Production students at East High School. Please enjoy our latest episode of the 2017-2018 school year!

     

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  • ABC Program from Sunflower Bank

    Sunflower ABC Program
    Join Sunflower Bank's ABC Program that benefits both you and East High. You can get up to $50 when you open a Spend & Sign & Save account. Also, for every swipe of your debit card, East High gets 5 cents. And best of all, if your report card is selected through a drawing, you can earn up to $100 for your "A's!" See their website for details.

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  • Seniors - Class of 2018 Information

    Seniors, stay current by visiting our Senior Class Information page where you can download an updated calendar and contact information page.

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  • Architectural Digest: The Most Beautiful High School in Kansas

    According to Architectural Digest, East is one of the fifty most beautiful high schools in the United States:

    https://www.architecturaldigest.com/gallery/most-beautiful-public-high-schools-in-america

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  • AP Exam Schedule

    The AP Exam Schedule for 2017-2018 has been updated.

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  • April 2017 Newsletter

    Sky Writer Logo The April 2017 Parent Newsletter, the Blue Aces Sky Writer, is now available to read online. El boletín para los padres de abril de 2017 ya está disponible en español.

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  • View our student volunteers in action as they give back to the Wichita community!

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  • Donate to East High

     
    Piggy_Bank Please consider donating to East High. Current projects include an effort by the Class of 1976 to refurbish and hang a biplane in the gym foyer as well as continued upgrades in our Alumni hallway for display cases, recognition plaques and yearbook photos.

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  • Confronting Sexual Harassment and Bullying

    Click here to access training materials as well as the video that all USD 259 students must watch on confronting sexual harassment and bullying.

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  • Medical Faxes

    Please send all medical-related faxes to 316-973-7299!

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  • Emergency Safety Interventions

    For more information regarding the Board of Education's policy on Emergency Safety Interventions, please visit Wichita Public School's Emergency Safety Interventions page.

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  • Authorization for Medication/Procedure to be Administered at School

    For prescription and over-the-counter medication administration at school, see the district's Health Services site for more information and the appropriate forms.

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