At the USD 329 monthly board meeting March 20, the board heard presentations about a proposal of new tennis courts, feedback about girls wrestling and special education services.
Editorial | Flint Hills League the best option for Wabaunsee
As Wabaunsee looks to a future in a different league, we think the Flint Hills is the smart choice because of location and the size of schools.
Wabaunsee pursues move to Flint Hills League as MEL merges with Big 7
If accepted, Wabaunsee could be part of the Flint Hills league in the 2024-2025 school year.
Students demonstrate real-life skills in Job Olympics
Four WHS students competed in the Job Olympics in Manhattan, a competition for special education students from area high schools to compete in up to four job skills events.
3 students win regional journalism competitions
Three students claimed championships in the Kansas Scholastic Press Association regional competition last month.
329 Board takes next step to close MHES
The USD 329 school board voted 5-1 in a special meeting last week to hold a public hearing over closing Maple Hill Elementary. It’s the next step in a plan to close the Maple Hill building for the next school year.
FFA competes in veterinary science
The WHS Vet Science team competed at Prairie View High School last Thursday. They had an A-team and a B-team competing. “The A team did average and the B team got 2nd,” FFA adviser Danny Davis said.
WHS to co-op with Onaga for boys golf
Several Wabaunsee students will cooperate with Onaga High School in order to participate in boys golf.
Thought Bubble | Michigan State shooting hits close to home
At 8:18 p.m. February 13, there was an active shooter at Michigan State University in Berkley Hall. Three students were killed and five were left in critical condition. 2022 WHS graduate Lauren Schutter, who plays volleyball at Michigan State was on campus when the shooting happened.
Wrestling competes at state meet
Wabaunsee’s state qualifiers all went 1-2 at the state tournament, losing in consolation rounds.