At the beginning of football season, East English Village faced a terrible incident which left one of our players injured. During the Ville’s first game on Aug. 25 against Brighton High School, linebacker Bryant Brewer attempted to tackle someone and rolled over on his left ankle.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the top candidates running for President of the United States of America in 2016.
From Detroit to Italy: East English Village Students Travel Internationally by Sheporia Clark The advisory committee of the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation USA is a program open to 11th grade students in New York City, Los Angeles and Detroit.
For many years, teenagers, especially those from the African American community, are stereotyped as one of the most dangerous attributes of this generation today.
Arshala Washington is a beloved ninth grade biology teacher at East English Village Preparatory Academy. Washington attended Tuskegee University in Alabama and earned a bachelor’s of Arts in Science.
East English Village students Nicholas Huey and Khariane Gray will be traveling to to Italy this summer. Huey and Gray were only students in Detroit to be finalists of the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation USA’s essay contest, a program open to 11th grade students in New York City, Los Angeles and Detroit.
The celebration of National Dance Week was April 22 through May 1, 2016. East English Village dance teacher Rosalind Leath, who is also the Michigan Delegate for National Dance Week hosted a Dance Awareness Zumba class for staff, parents, students and the community on April 28. “The purpose of Dance Awareness week is to expose and introduce as many people as possible to the enjoyment and benefits of dance through the promotion of dance in schools,” Leath said. Zumba is a Latin-inspired cardio dance workout that uses music and choreographed steps to form a fitness party atmosphere.
Inside Out, a program hosted in several schools throughout Detroit to meet the demand of exposing students to poetry, began in 1995.
EEVPA Students travel to Harris-Stowe State University By Cierra Davis and Regina Dixon In November, about 12 students and teachers from East English Village Preparatory Academy visited Harris-Stowe State University, a historically black college located in St.
Many Detroit Public Schools teachers participating in sick-outs are not actually sick. Large groups of teachers are calling in “sick” to push for upgrades in schools because they cannot strike under state law. Teachers across the district (some students as well) are using this as a way of getting their points across, whether it’s striking outside of local schools or boycotting in front of Cobo Center while President Barack Obama toured the Detroit auto show.
In September 2012, East English Village Preparatory Academy opened its doors to new students. I just happened to be one of the first freshmen to enter into this new academy in Detroit.