This was Homecoming week for the East Eagles. Sadly, the Eagles did not score throughout the game. During game week, spirits were at an all-time high, and even though they lost, they still put up one heck of a fight.
The Eagles outmatch the Harpeth High Indians for a 16-14 win on August 29!
5K trail run and 1 mile fun run- September 24, 2016
See the link below for registration information.
The fighting spirit soared at the first pep rally of the year! The Eagles remain strong in spirit and look forward to their first home game of the year this Friday at 7:00 against Waverly. Cage the Tigers!
Cross Country Teams Perform Well
Girls’ cross country team members, Destnie Howell, Chloee Adams, Chace Bawcum, and Olivia Plunkett all ran with times in the upper fifty percent in their first meet.
The boys’ cross county team performed well with all participants coming in with times 22:54 or under.
Good work, EHHS Runners!
The Chief has assigned her two top detectives an urgent mission—find out who has been switching the street signs…or else lose their badges. Who’s the good cop? Bad cop? They use their routine as they try to extract information and find the culprit. Could it have been the typical trouble-making teenager? The hair-twisting valley girl? The tough biker chick? The want-to-be escape artist? The Eagle Mascot? Grandma?….A BABY??? How about Mario, the plumber, (who emphatically states he does not want to be paid in mushrooms) with his brother Luigi? A far-out, way-cool drama teacher? Or, is it someone no one would ever suspect?
Not pictured at this time:
Most Memorable: Hunter Harrington and Ally Ferguson
Most School Spirit: Jessica Matheny and Daimeo Springer
Family and friends entered the auditorium to find a substantial number representing the dollar amount of scholarships at this time awarded to the Class of 2016! Yes, that is one million five hundred forty-nine thousand and fifty- eight dollars! Hunter Harrington proudly celebrates 12 YEARS of perfect attendance! Twelve years = 2,160 days of school! The top left and middle pictures represent departmental awards while the lower right is the Class of 2016’s Top Ten.
East Hickman High School students in partnership with Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt and the local EMS and Rescue Squad create a mock crash scene.
The entire school population not only witnesses the staging of the mock crash but also views the moving and sobering video portraying the deadly effects of driving distracted. See the entire video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mxj_46AmXXY&feature=youtu.be