WEHS Raze did a Big Butt cleanup today! We picked up nearly 500 cigarette butts, along with other garbage, from around the sports facilities. You can join our Raze crew now by going to www.razewv.com and clicking on Join Crew. #WarriorProud #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
Mrs. Toler’s Forensics classes at Wyoming East examine hair microscopically. 💚 #WarriorProud #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
WE would like to congratulate our Warrior XC team for having an awesome season ending with individual STATE QUALIFIERS! Individual qualifiers for the state meet: Colleen Lookabill 4th, Sara Harris 7th, Jacob Ellison 5th. The state meet is Saturday October 30th at Cabell Midland High School.🏃🏼♂️🏃🏽♀️ #WarriorProud #statebound2021 #mysportisyoursportspunishment #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
Wyoming East students showed their support for breast cancer awareness Thursday by wearing pink. 💗#WarriorProud #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth2021 #fightlikeagirl #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
Wyoming East partnered with West Liberty University’s Loughman Crawdad graduate students to collect data on the threatened Blue Sandy Crayfish. It was an early, cold, and rainy Saturday morning in the Tug River, but Mrs. Bauer, Emma Dodson, Haley Mosley, and Payton Shrader had so much fun and learned a ton. The threatened Crawdad is BLUE! 🔵🦞 Because of Project Crawdad at Pineville Elementary, Payton knew the scientific names of each Crawdad and could distinguish their physical traits. Most high school students don’t realize that there are field biology opportunities like this as a career option, and we hope that through our partnership with West Liberty University that students who love the outdoors see this as an option.💚🖤 #WarriorProud #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
‼️🚌Friday, October 22, 2021 Wyoming East High School Mullens Elementary and Middle Schools Bus 134 will not be running for the morning runs! Morning Run: Wyoming East High School Bus 202 will pick up her regular students and students that ride Bus 134. Bus 134 students may be 10 minutes late getting picked up! Mullens Elementary and Middle School Bus 134 students that live past the entrance to Traceys Mountain to the County Line will need to meet Bus 202 at the bottom of Traceys Mountain at 7:55am.
Mrs. Mullins’ horticulture class at Wyoming East grew, harvested, and ate their first batch of microgreens. Micro greens are early plants that have an extremely high nutritional value. They will continue trying different methods for a bigger harvest. 🌾🌱💚🖤 #WarriorProud #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
🔴RED RIBBON WEEK, which is celebrated annually October 23-31, is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program. Red Ribbon Week was started after the death of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who in 1985 was brutally tortured and murdered by drug traffickers he was investigating in Mexico. As a tribute to SA Camarena, high school friend, Henry Lozano and Congressman Duncan Hunter, created “Camarena Clubs” and the wearing of a red ribbon to show their oppositions to drugs (getsmartaboutdrugs.gov). Help Wyoming East High School honor Red Ribbon Week and raise awareness of living a drug free life by participating in our Red Ribbon Week activities. Be brave and stay drug-free!🖤💚 #WarriorProud #ShowcaseWyCoSchools #LoveMyWVSchool #RedRibbonWeek #DrugFreeLooksLikeMe
Wyoming East High School presents our 2021 Homecoming Queen, Abigail Quesenberry. Abigail was escorted by Charlie Price. Congratulations Abigail Quesenberry! WE are so proud of you! 💚 #warriorproud
‼️🚌Thursday, October 21, 2021 Wyoming East High School Mullens Elementary and Middle Schools Bus 134 will not be running for the morning runs! Morning Run: Wyoming East High School Bus 202 will pick up her regular students and students that ride Bus 134. Bus 134 students may be 10 minutes late getting picked up! Mullens Elementary and Middle School Bus 134 students that live past the entrance to Traceys Mountain to the County Line will need to meet Bus 202 at the bottom of Traceys Mountain at 7:55am.
Westside Renegades dressed in pink today in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.💗🎀 #ShowcaseWyCoSchools #breastcancerawareness
Students in Mr. Dunn's Civics classes at Wyoming East designed political cartoons based on a Constitutional Amendment. Much was learned about the U.S. Constitution! 💚 #WarriorProud #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
Wyoming East received bioluminescent fungi from Tiffany Ward at West Virginia State University. Students cultured A. mallea into 20 petri dishes with bread crumb agar, and they will observe the fungal growth for a month. At 15 days the bioluminescence should be visible—perfect for spooky season! 👻💚 #WarriorProud #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
Mrs. Bauer’s environmental science students conducted an air pollution study on cars from 1998 to 2020. They will examine the particulates that were caught by socks after running cars for 5 minutes under a microscope. Mrs. Bauer’s A.P. Environmental Science students tested the effectiveness of boons, skimmers, and absorbers before and after using a dispersant on an oil spill. Removing the oil was tedious, and the chemicals released in the water diffused before they could be captured. #WarriorProud #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
‼️🚌Monday, October 18, 2021 through Friday, October 22,2021 Wyoming East High School Pineville Elementary and Middle Schools Bus 145 Regina will not be running tomorrow morning or afternoon. AM Runs: Bus 216 Cathy will pick up in Glen Rogers, Ravencliff, to South Milam Road. Bus 215 Rose will pick up students in McGraws, McGraws Hollow, Saulsville, to Pineville! Both buses may be 10 minutes late picking up students. PM Runs: Bus 216 Cathy and 215 Rose will deliver home the students they picked up on the morning runs.
WE celebrated our awesome bosses today with dinner and dessert. #WarriorProud #blessedwiththebest #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
Ms. Walker’s US Studies students at Wyoming East were detectives hired by the family of one of the women accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. Students searched the room for clues and recorded their findings in their detective notebooks. Students used their research to create a timeline of events and write a report determining whether the accused woman was guilty of a crime. #WarriorProud #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
Mrs. Bauer’s classes and Friends of the Earth students along with community volunteers are completing a microplastic (1-5 mm) survey of towns along the Guyandotte River. They have collected 70 samples at 7 different sites so far and will be collecting more samples next weekend. The students sift through the collected samples and categorize plastics as foams, films, line, fragments, or other types of plastic. This data will help the US EPA understand what types of microplastics are found in fresh waters. A special thank you to our community volunteers that have helped us along the way: Pam Shrewsbury with Alpha Natural Resources, Teresa Blackmon with the Solid Waste Authority, Melinda Vance Stewart, JR Morgan, Stacey Cozort, Barbara Hardy, and Jimmy and Kerri Lookabill. #WarriorProud #ShowcaseWyCoSchools #LoveMyWVSchool
‼️🚌Tuesday, October 12, 2021 Wyoming East High School Mullens Elementary and Middle Schools Bus 183 Mike will not be running this evening. Wyoming East High School: Bus 188 will deliver students that ride Bus 183 and his regular students. Mullens Elementary and Middle School: Bus 188 will deliver the students that ride Bus 183 home. Students that live on Guyandotte Avenue towards Itmann may be 30 minutes late getting home.
‼️🚌Monday, October 11th, 2021 Wyoming East High School, Pineville Elementary and Pineville Middle School Bus 154 will not be making an AM run for high school or elementary/middle school. However, it will be able to make the PM run.