East Lyme Sprints into Esports

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 sports practices or games after school is part of their daily routines. However, up until now, the school has lacked an activity or group where others can experience the thrill and support that comes with the competition of being on a team. For this reason, ELHS is home to an Esports team, as of this school year. “Esports are competitive video games like League of Legends and Overwatch; usually (though not always) they are … Continue reading East Lyme Sprints into Esports

Is it a Day 1 or Day 2?

Potential change of implementing new static scheduling protocol to combat snow days at ELHS

By Sana Gupta

When school is canceled, most students wake up relieved and turn back over to get another few hours of shut eye. What students don’t realize, however, is the struggle for teachers and administrators to reschedule planned events and meetings. The administration is trying to fix this issue by proposing a “static” schedule to match that of other schools in the area, according to ELHS Principal Michael Susi, but not everyone is on board.

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A History of the Leo’s Club in Brief

Q & A with Shoreline Leo’s Club adult advisor James Harris

By Chris Cicchiello

Mr. James Harris has been the adult advisor for the Shoreline Leo’s Club of East Lyme High School since 2002, and with his help, the club was revitalized and has been on an upward trend ever since. Being a member of the Leo’s Club myself for almost seven years, I wanted to interview him. Here are some of the highlights of the interview I had with him:

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