Students may register for both summer school sessions online at https://web.wylieisd.net/summerschool beginning May 9 through June 4. The first session runs June 11 through June 27 and the second session is July 9 through July 25. Late registration... READ MORE »»
A Day in the life of a Raider
A new addition to the school arrived at the end of March and it has nothing to do with the pesky construction taking place around campus. It came in the form of a new... Read more »
May 24, 2013 • 0 commentsFlying through the air
Physics students build trebuchet projects Shooting rocks into the air, flying ribbons through the sky. Who wouldn’t want to do that? The physics classes are making... Read more »
May 22, 2013 • 0 commentsWylie East HS Band spirit night
May 20, 2013 • 0 commentsSign to party
Annual Yearbook Distribution and Signing event Yearbook will host their annual Distribution and Signing Party Thursday, May 23. The event will take place in the cafeteria... Read more »
May 17, 2013 • 0 comments
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Books are overdue starting May 20 but for each can brought to the library a dollar can be removed from the total fine. If the fines are not paid, graduating seniors cannot walk. All of the cans donated are given to the Christian Care Center. Items that can be brought are jelly, cooking oil, peanut butter, canned fruit, canned meat, mac & cheese, breakfast cereal, canned pasta and canned vegetables.
One Act Plays and Awards
The senior directed one act plays premier May 24 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. The Theatre Awards Show will follow. Entry fee is $5.
Senior Parking spots 2014
Senior parking spots go on sale May 20 for $75 year. They can be purchased in 108.
A Pause for Applause
The Department of the Air Force recently presented the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) Unit at Wylie East with the Distinguished Unit Award. AFJROTC unit, TX-20093, earned the distinction by rating “exceeds standards” on its most recent expectations while each cadet completed eight hours of community service. Congratulations to these fine cadets and their commanders, Lt. Colonel Wayne Wilbanks and MSgt. JJ Smith.
Message from Wylie PD:
Homeowners are complaining about students parking in the residential neighborhoods near the school. Cars parked illegally will be towed.