The Scarlets met North High Friday night for the 112th game in school history. It is the longest rivalry in the state and was highlighted by the Great American Rivalry Series. Jaron Turner was named player of the game, as the Scarlets pounded the Polar Bears 51-18. View all the excitement from the event here.
Social studies teacher Lynn Hoff was recently featured on WHO news channel 13. Hoff spent 9/11 teaching students about the terrorist attacks. Each year it’s getting more difficult to teach students about the significance of that day. Since many high school students don’t remember 9-11, Hoff made the historic events the focus of Thursday’s lessons. … Read more »
What does Iowa’s largest high school look like gathered in one place? See for yourself: the East High School student body got together today in Williams Stadium to find out.
East High School’s Performing Arts Department will be holding auditions for the fall musical, ANNIE, tomorrow (Thursday 9/4). Auditions are open to all East High Students – we need singers, dancer, actors, and crew members to work behind the scenes. If you have not already picked up an audition packet, get one from Mr. Allan … Read more »
DMPS photographer caught some of the opening night action on the gridiron between the East Scarlets and Roosevelt Roughriders. Come support your Scarlets this Friday night at Williams Stadium as they take on the North Polar Bears. Friday’s game with be faculty night and Hawaiian dress for students.
Records are meant to be broken. But at East High’s natatorium, that was literally the case as the wall of swimming records was falling apart. So as Matt Buchacker was working to become an Eagle Scout, he took on the project of restoring the Scarlet’s records in the pool. Click the photo to read more about Matt’s good work as a student and a Scout.