Three students founded a new student club, “Rooted in Christ,” with hopes that girls at Wabaunsee High School, who want to grow in their relationship with God, will join in trying to make the school a more positive place.
The school board voted 4-1 to adopt the “R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Project ” in its meeting Monday night. The Charger staff has serious concerns about whether the program is necessary or appropriate for our district.
As we prepare to graduate and enter the real world, the seniors of the Charger staff have been reflecting on our time in high school and all the wisdom we’ve gathered over the last four years.
The USD 329 board made several staffing changes at Monday's meeting, approved a religious education program, discussed bond options and addressed sixth grade participation in athletics.
The Charger was recognized by the Kansas Scholastic Press Association as an All-Kansas news publication for the second year in a row.
Last week, incoming freshmen toured WHS in preparation for entering high school. We asked them a few questions about their junior high experience.
In a ceremony April 27, Lauren Schutter signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Michigan State University.
The WHS drama class will perform its spring play May 7. The murder mystery-comedy “The Alibis" follows Detective Casey Neptune and her butler Warwick as they try to figure out who murdered billionaire J. Leslie Arlington.