On March 24th, students from East Hickman High School competed at the Columbia State High School Competition. This is an annual competition where students from all over Tennessee compete in a diverse selection of categories. Matthew S. placed third in Algebra 1, Shelby C. (not pictured) placed first in Archeology, Brooklyn L. placed second in Mass Communications and third in Sociology, and Joshua L. placed first in Video.
Lip Sync Battle- Thursday, Dec 15 at 7:00.
The best entertainment value in Hickman county!
Come support Eagle staff and students at the 7th annual lip sync battle. The battle will be held at East Hickman High School in the auditorium on December 15th at 7 PM. Tickets will cost $5, and all proceeds will go to graduation for the class of 2023. Last year, the battle collectively raised $2,110.
Whoever wins the battle will be awarded with a belt, custom-made by Mrs. Poth. The winner for last year was a large group of students and one teacher. The winners were Abby and Eric Aldridge, Braylee Clark, Ali Cochran, Ella Griffin, Maddie Hobbs, McKinsey Kinnard, Carson Mathis, Hetal Patel, Maleah Pinnix, Madison Reed, and former teacher Cheri Cutelle. Their performances were Hey Ya by Outkast and Feel This moment by Pitbull featuring Christina Aguilera.
College Fair Returns!
East Hickman High School finally had their annual college fair since the school year of 2019-2020. Over twenty different colleges came to the campus including the Army, Navy, and National Guard. It was an all-around good experience for seniors and juniors to learn more about colleges that they may have not heard about before. The colleges handed out pamphlets showing different types of scholarships and what they will offer at their institute.
This week is free college application week, September 19-23. Seniors, make sure to check your google classroom for information from Mrs. Meadows. Some colleges’ free application extends past these dates— make sure to check your college of choice.
Lady Eagles’ Basketball Ended Season with Team First
On February 24th 2021, the Lady Eagles’ basketball team went against Creek Wood for a new school first—participation in district championships. While the Eagles did not progress, there was an outpouring of school spirit which followed them to Creek Wood. One of the memorable players from the game was Abbie L. as she is a steadfast and great defensive player. On Friday, February 26, the Lady Eagles went on to host the first of the regional games at EHHS against the Community High Viqueens from Unionville.
10 Ways to Survive the End of the World—Senior play on Thursday and Friday
The Senior play cast will present “10 Ways to Survive the End of the World” this Thursday and Friday, November 12 and 13. The comedy presents 10 different scenarios in which the world could end, along with 10 possible solutions that may or may not work. The play will start at 7 pm in the East Hickman High School auditorium. The price of the tickets will be $8 for adults and children over 5; children ages 5 and under will be admitted for free. Social distancing will be observed.
Cadets marching, a band and choir, and the fallen comrade table were all part of the Veterans Day ceremony. East Hickman High celebrated Veterans Day with its fourth annual commemoration organized by Mrs. Robyn Hayes. Hickman County High ROTC members presented ceremonial aspects of the event.
Veterans in attendance for the event were recognized by their name, branch of service, rank, and status of combat service. The ROTC presented the Fallen Comrade Table ceremony that honored those lost or missing. The EHMS and EHHS band and choir came together to play the National Anthem and sing parts of each branch’s theme song.
Volleyball: Sisterhood and Teamwork
East Hickman High School’s volleyball season has come to a close. The ladies obtained three wins, one of which was Santa Fe on September 24th. Freshman Kaydance G. states, “We tried and played our hardest and got the win.” Junior Saylor N. says the best game of their season was “Senior night since we got to represent our two seniors in the best way possible.”
The girls had different opinions on what is the worst thing about volleyball. Kaydance states “losing and feeling defeated” is the worst, but Saylor says “all the conditioning” may be the worst thing about volleyball.
Both girls agree that teamwork creates the best thing about the season. Gill states the best thing is “the team and how we are all sisters and love one another.” Saylor agrees about “how it is not an ‘I’ sport, and you have to be watching out for your team.”