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Honor + Recognition: NHS 1976

February 1, 1976

The National Honor Society recognized students who displayed outstanding achievement in the areas of character, leadership, service, and scholarship. The election process, which occurred in the spring, allowed the faculty to rate...

NFL Sparks Speakers: Forensics 1976

February 1, 1976

While many people consider talking in class to be wrong, the NFL honored students who wished to express themselves verbally. The National Forensics League, commonly known as the FL, was an honorary society for students active...

Journalist Award: Quill + Scroll 1976

February 1, 1976

Quill and Scroll, a national honorary society was established to honor high school students exhibiting outstanding interest and participation in Journalism. Students working on either the newspaper or yearbook staffs were eligible...

Government in Action: Youth in Government 1976

February 1, 1976

June is traditionally the month in which selected high school students from across Kansas assemble at the University of Kansas to participate in Boys' and Girls' State. The two one-week sessions, sponsored by the American Legion,...

Hauberk Award for Outstanding Senior: Hauberk 1976

February 1, 1976

The Hauberk Award was presented to the one senior who, in the opinion of the student body, made the greatest contribution to East in his or her three years of high school. The Hauberk staff nominated ten seniors for the student...

Thespians Promote Dramatic Arts: Thespians 1976

February 1, 1976

Honoring students for active participation in the field of dramatic arts, the International Thespian Society encouraged the advancement of high school theater. The motto, act well your part, there all the honor lies," became a...

Pep Club Spirit: Pep Club 1976

February 1, 1976

This year, the girls' pep club loyally executed an abundance of S.M. spirit toward all school sponsored athletic events. Wearing new uniforms consisting of a “Lancer" plaid skirt topped with a blue sweater, each member faithfully...

Headaches & Handiwork

April 22, 1960

Shawnee-Mission East’s student repair service, managed by Mrs. Nedra Boyer, school nurse handled all first-aid and routine health problems. Her cabinet of remedies resembled the laboratory of an alchemist with its bottles a...

Information Please

April 22, 1960

Clicking typewriters, shuffling papers or the familiar voice of Mrs. Lorraine Parsons on the intercom were everyday sounds in the busy office of S-M East. Students purchasing tickets for athletic events or seeking answers to va...

Faculty Fusion

April 22, 1960

“Tis education forms the common mind; just as the twig is bent the tree’s inclined.” This quote from the pen of Alexander Pope exemplified one of the principal reasons why teachers from the seven Shawnee Mission district ...

Guiding Guardians

April 22, 1960

“Preparing the Shawnee-Mission East Student for More Rewarding College Experience” was the theme of the 1959-1960 Parent-Teacher Association. Hours of detailed planning went into the five informative assemblies. One of the highl...

The Upper Echelon

April 22, 1960

Main Objective: To guide sixteen hundred students through a successful school year.  Shawnee Mission East’s chief pilot, Mr. Carl Ison, and co-pilot, Mr. Art Selves, kept its every department cruising levelly, and as a r...