In this year’s fourth edition of the Scroll, read features on theatre arts teacher Mr. Allan, Black History Month, winter formal, spring break, community college, and much more. Also, don’t forget to check out the Dear Echo advice column.
East Choirs and Handbells hosted their Annual Dinner Theater at the Euclid Room on Thursday. Highlights of the evening included the Advanced Bells performing “Phantom of the Opera” in costume and Scarlet Singers performing their 2015 show choir set. Middle schools also performed a song learned in camp hosted at East earlier in the month.
Kadaja Ahmed and Dahabo Dakane pack meals with the East High volunteer group and 4-H club. The students put together 4,000 meals to be distributed in our community. Joleen Weller coordinates the volunteer group. DeAnn Hebert and Lynn Hoff are the 4-H leaders.
Congratulations to Chance Raleigh, Josh Davis and William White who all qualified for the 2015 State Wrestling Tournament. The competition for state titles will be held Thursday, February 19 through Saturday, February 21 at Wells Fargo Arena. Click here for a list of DMPS qualifiers and a link to more information about the State Tourney.
Starting this week, middle and high school students will be asked to review one new menu item each month. It’s a new program the Central Nutrition Center hopes will engage students in a discussion about nutrition and taste. To see photos of February’s featured item and learn how to give your feedback, click on the image.
Senior Jailene Rodriguez earned national recognition for a photo featured in the East High School yearbook, The Quill. Her photograph from a Scarlets football game earned a spot in Herff Jones’ 2014 volume of Ideas That Fly, a publication that recognizes the top yearbook covers, designs, coverage, and photography from across the country. Click here for more.