East Homecoming Travesty

East Homecoming Travesty

Savannah Whittecar, staff reporter October 8, 2020

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, East High school has had to sacrifice many of its annual traditions this year. The most recent was the Homecoming dance. Many of the students at East High were hoping things...

Sarah Amick looks over her social media accounts. She created a ‘School Stuff’ Snapchat story to help others deal with the struggles of Covid-19 isolation.

Mental health is key for students to survive coronavirus lockdown

Alyssa Wilmarth May 19, 2020

Even when the world is trapped inside, and East High’s students' lives grind to a halt, there is a lot we can do as a school to help our community. As boredom sets in, what better way to pass time than...

Makylee congrats little brother Graedyn on his 2019 Super 25 Offensive Player of the Year.

Us against the world: Ky and Graedyn Buell’s competitive bond

By Brady Oltmans, Reporter - CST Orginally published Apr 4, 2020 May 6, 2020

Reprinted with permission Furniture shifted as the Buell family prepared for a friendly game of Pictionary. Jamie and Jason, heads of the household, divvied up the teams with six others ready to play....

YuYu Yuan,  junior, was selected as Laramie County School District 1’s Student of the Week for the week of March 30.

Three EHS students named LCDS1 Student of the Week for 2019-2020

Challeni Riddle May 6, 2020

East High School takes pride in calling itself “The School of Excellence,” and nothing proves that excellence more than the students. Three of East’s best were named LCSD1 Students of The Week for...

Veterans Day

Veterans Day

Alyssa Wilmarth November 12, 2019

Across the country 18.2 million people are given special recognition one day throughout the year. This Veterans Day, East high wanted to give special recognition to the staff that have dedicated their...

Dress Code: Do We Need a Change?

Dress Code: Do We Need a Change?

Kani Miller, Junior Editor October 21, 2019

No The East High dress code sates: “Student dress and appearance shall not be disruptive to the educational process. Clothing must be modest and appropriate, no student shall wear clothing which is...

Welding Program is Right on Target

Welding Program is Right on Target

Thunderbolt Staff, Reporter April 19, 2019

Across America, a huge need for master tradespeople exists. With the baby boomer generation retiring, a huge opportunity awaits millennials and Generation Z to earn positions in trade careers. Aside from...

Thunderbirds shine at World Language Day competition

Thunderbirds shine at World Language Day competition

Thunderbolt Staff, Reporter March 12, 2019

As our ability to reach out around the world grows with every technological advance, clear communication is the key to a successful dialogue. On March 9, six students from East High School competed...

All Northwest Auditions

Elizabeth Carey January 17, 2019

A lot of people have a strong passion for something and most of those passions stem from our home lives. Morgan O’Neill, a senior here at East, is getting ready to audition for All Northwest Choir. Morgan’s...

Small Business Makes A Big Difference

Small Business Makes A Big Difference

Arianna Leuer , Reporter January 8, 2019

Everyone gets inspired by something, whether it’s from a hobby you enjoy, watching television, a school club you’re involved in, or even sports.  Inspiration comes when you see something that excites...

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The Safari Diaries

Avalon Skinner and Steph Sommer May 21, 2018

The excitement of seeing wild elephants for the first time was too much to handle. After getting stuck in Atlanta, flying for a whole day, and dealing with a drought, the elephants were breathtaking. Follow...

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