Photos by Julia Walker. Continue reading Washing D.C. – March For Our Lives
Shootings across the country have raised awareness for saftey in school
On the morning of April 20, 1999, two heavily armed teenagers shot and killed 12 students, a teacher, and wounded 23 others before killing themselves in Columbine, Colorado. Schools across the nation, including East Lyme High School, responded by implementing new security measures; however, nearly 20 years and too many school shootings later, communities continue to address school safety, and clearly other additional measures are needed. Continue reading “Is East Lyme High School Safe?”
A look at the events since Feb. 14 shooting and the role students have had in developing a national movement.
By Lilly Moffett
February 17: Student Emma Gonzalez makes a 10-minute speech with the repeating phrase, “No more BS!” and becomes one of the faces of the March For Our Lives movement. Continue reading “Since Parkland. . . .”
Students and administrators organize non-political walkout as tribute to victims of Florida shooting.
By Sana Gupta
One month after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida that claimed the lives of 17 individuals, schools across the country participated in school walkouts on March 14 at 10 a.m. for 17 minutes as a tribute to those who lost their lives, and to rally for gun control. Continue reading “ELHS Walks Out To Honor Parkland Students”
The Vikings were shocked with defeat by the Tigers with a score of 17-6 Continue reading Girls’ Lacrosse vs Daniel Hand- 4/24/18
ELHS is part of new wave of high schools adopting Esports as a school program SANA GUPTA For many East Lyme High School students, going to … Continue reading East Lyme Sprints into Esports