CEHS News

How to Vote in the Primary Elections

How to Vote in the Primary Elections

Natalie Ryan, Editor in Chief

May 4, 2018

So, you’re finally 18, or will be by the next general election on November 6. Congratulations, you can fulfill your civic duty by voting in the primary elections next Tuesday, May 8! Unless you failed to register to vote in April (sorry, you can still register for the general election!), it’s tim...

Weekly News Update

Weekly News Update

Isaac Harper, A&E Editor

April 27, 2018

Syria Air Strikes The United States and allies striked zones of Syria that were suspected of containing chemical weapons. It was done in retaliation for a chemical attack in the city of Duoma. Russia, being Syria’s main ally, condemned the strike. Hostility and tension is rising between countrie...

Beauty and the Beast Preview

Beauty and the Beast Preview

Liz Hagan, Photographer

April 23, 2018

This weekend, the Columbus East Drama Department will present their production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (showtimes seen below). Seniors Colton Graffa and Delaney Jackson play the lead roles of the Beast and Belle. They both enjoy the closeness of the cast and how it feels like a family. ...

Students Walk Out

Students gather outside of school for the walkout.

Kat Richardson, Web Editor of Content

April 20, 2018

On Friday morning, right at 10 a.m., over 100 East students left their classrooms and walked out of the school building, meeting at the flagpole right outside of the main office doors. Their purpose was not simply to skip class, but to remember and honor the lives of students that have been lost to gun viol...

Weekly News Update

Weekly News Update

Isaac Harper, A&E Editor

April 13, 2018

Trump’s Lawyer has office raided The president’s lawyer had all places of residence and work raided this last work. In the hopes of finding possible scandals, Trump did not react in a positive manner. Mark Zuckerberg is questioned by congress regarding his data leak Even though most ques...

Effectiveness of E-Learning

Effectiveness of E-Learning

Noah Shoaf, Writer

April 9, 2018

Last week, East students took a lesson in responsibility and time management when BCSC called for three consecutive e-learning days. Due to many flooded roadways, instead of going to school, students were required to log on to the educational platform “ItsLearning” and complete activities for eac...

Weekly News Update

Weekly News Update

Isaac Harper, A&E Editor

March 29, 2018

March For Our Lives: Students and adults alike march in over 800 locations to support tighter gun control legislation. Taking place on March 24th, millions came to support the event, even big name celebrities. Defacedbook: Mark Zuckerberg has been asked to testify in light of accusations that Faceboo...

Center Stage Makes History

Center Stage Makes History

Noah Shoaf, Writer

March 8, 2018

Show Choir qualifies for their first ever Finals This past Saturday, Columbus East’s Show Choir “Center Stage” competed in South Dearborn's Opening Knight Showcase. The choir of 12 females and 9 males made history when they qualified for Finals. Until Saturday, Columbus East Show Choi...

Threat made against Columbus East

Threat made against Columbus East

Natalie Ryan, Editor-in-Chief

February 20, 2018

At 2:03 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, parents, faculty and students began receiving alert text messages and emails describing that a threat against Columbus East High School was reported. The alert, sent through four separate text messages, described a threat that was posted on Snapchat group chat and reported...

Dance Marathon Preview

Dance Marathon Preview

Jake Schoenegge, Web Analyst

February 20, 2018

The 19th annual Dance Marathon is this weekend! The event, which raises money for Turning Point Domestic Violence Services, is going to be bigger and better than ever before, with plenty of food, drinks, prizes and entertainment. The dance will take place at Central Middle School this year and will be o...

Faculty Comes Together to Support Teacher with Breast Cancer

Faculty Comes Together to Support Teacher with Breast Cancer

Katherine Richardson, Editor of Web Content

February 13, 2018

On Tuesday, over 40 staff members gathered in the Commons in matching pink shirts to show support for Tony Pottorff, a teacher with the Social Studies Department who has been battling breast cancer. The shirts, purchased through a fundraiser that began at Pottorff’s church, were sold to hel...

FCCLA 2017 Documentary: Beyond the Horizon

FCCLA 2017 Documentary: Beyond the Horizon

Noah Shoaf, Writer

February 9, 2018

Watch the official Columbus East FCCLA documentary titled “Beyond the Horizon”. The video highlights the club and its many members. It includes footage from various leadership conferences and the trip to Oklahoma City. Also, it profiles the FCCLA State President Ellie Simpson who is a senior at East.