Class of 1968 Reunion Page The East High Class of 1958 is planning its 60 year reunion. The Catholic Diocese of Memphis announced earlier this week it will cease operation of St. Funeral services follow at noon,at the church., 85, of Memphis, died Friday, December 8. Her nomination was approved by the County Commission's General Government committee Dec. She is expected to begin her new duties January 1 after the retirement of the current director.
If you are a class member and do not have information about the reunion, contact your Reunion Committee. Tuesday, January 23 at Memorial Park Funeral Home, Memphis. Michael's and nine "Jubilee" schools in Memphis due to financial hardship. 13 and goes before the full commission Monday, Dec. December 13, 2017-Two East High basketball players the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association ruled ineligible will be allowed to continue to play after a Chancery Court ruling today extending the temporary restraining order against the TSSAA.
The full text of the article headlined "East High School Lost White Status As Busing Began" is now available on our "In the news ... [Editor's note: this article is interesting for a number of reasons, including the prospects of optional programs being initiated at East High and their possible effect on East's future. The editor of this web site recently talked with a graduate of the mid 1980s who said as far as he knew his class has never had a reunion. Visitation is 5-7 p.m., Tuesday, June 12 at Memorial Park Funeral Home, Memphis, with a second visitation 9-10 a.m., Wednesday, June 13 at the funeral home. The East High Alumni Page solicits photographs from the reunion to post. A memorial service and internment of ashes will be held in Memphis in October at Memorial Park Cemetery.
The TSSAA ruled that the students who transferred to East this year had a "prior link" to Coach Penny Hardaway because they participated in Team Penny, an off season AAU basketball team.21 In the neighborhood: the building across the street that in 1959 because the Polynesian-themed restaurant is being torn down for a parking lot.The Polynesian-themed restaurant reportedly closed in 1982 and the building has been vacant much of the time since.Tickets are required for admission, contact the school if you want to attend. A gathering of family and friends will held at a later date.It is suggested that if you attend you arrive quite early as everyone goes through a security check point (if it is like last year). "'Mathonopoly' and basketball: How this Memphis teacher uses games to teach math" is a story in an on-line education news source reportiong on how conducts her classes she teaches. East High students joined the April 19 National Walk Out protests to call attention to gun violence.