East High School Ginther Talks Technology, Early Childhood Development In State Of The City Address By Jim Letizia • Feb 1, 2019 City of Columbus Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther last night unveiled plans for more affordable housing and improved internet access during his State of the City speech at East High School. Columbus Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day By Heather Anderson • Jan 22, 2019 Heather Anderson / WCBE-FM Despite the bitter weather Monday, hundreds of people turned out for celebrations in Columbus honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior. Haygood Discusses His New Book On East High School Athletics In The Sixties By Mike Foley • Oct 10, 2018 stylemagazine.com Columbus native and nationally acclaimed author Wil Haygood's latest book chronicles East High School's pursuit of basketball and baseball state championships in 1969. Judge Rejects Former CCS Sub's Bid To Dismiss Her Jail Sentence By Jim Letizia • Nov 10, 2017 New York Post A Franklin County judge has refused to dismiss the 90-day sentence for a former Columbus City Schools substitute teacher convicted for showing a movie containing sexual images and violence to Spanish-language students at East High School. Three East High School Students Sickened By Marijuana-Laced Cookies By Jim Letizia • Apr 12, 2017 easths.ccsoh.us Three East High School students are recovering after they ingested cookies laced with marijuana on Tuesday. Appeals Court Upholds Conviction Of Former CCS Sub Who Showed Controversial Film To Students By Associated Press • Sep 29, 2016 New York Post An Ohio appeals court has upheld the conviction of a former Columbus City Schools substitute teacher who showed a slasher horror film to Spanish classes at East High School. CCS, Local Hospital Team Up On School Nurse Partnership By Alison Holm • Oct 7, 2015 Columbus City Schools are transforming the traditional school nurses office in 17 schools this fall. Teacher Convicted Of Harming Children By Showing Grisly Film By Alison Holm • Jan 15, 2015 A former substitute teacher who showed a movie including graphic sex and violence to a Columbus high school class has been convicted of disseminating matter harmful to juveniles.