English 1 students created editorial cartoons as part of their introduction to graphic novels. Here are some of their creations.
Track athletes continued to improve at Friday’s home meet. The boys’ 4X400 relay team place 1st. The team consists of freshman Angel Trujillo, sophomore Eli Oliver, and seniors Jace Reves and Dawson Schultz.
After starting both of their seasons with wins, both baseball and softball have struggling in recent outings.
USD 329 board hired ASA Strategic Funding to help develop and promote a new plan to address facilities issues. At the April 12 board meeting, ASA Strategic Funding was hired for $12,200 to help promote and develop a new bond. They have worked on over 200 research projects and have a 94 percent success rate. They plan to work with the community to develop a plan that everyone can agree on.
WHS has hired Kevin Sullivan as high school counselor starting next school year. Sullivan attended Kansas State University to get his bachelor and masters degree in school counseling. He is currently the counselor at St. Xavier Catholic School in Junction city and has also worked at several other schools in the area.
This week we throwback to the 2000 Charger track team. Check out this year's team in action at the home meet tomorrow, with field events starting at 3:30 p.m.
Last week, senior Ryleigh Jones celebrated her signing to Cloud County Community College for softball. “They have a good community and I like their coach and campus,” Jones said.
The track team traveled to Lyndon on Thursday for its first meet of the season and the first meet since the 2019 season. At Lyndon, the girls finished with 48 points in fifth place, and the boys came in 6th with 35 points.
Some people find art to be therapeutic, now it literally will be for students at WHS. Due to budgetary cuts, USD 329 has decided to hire art teacher Brianna Guinn to take on the duties of retiring counselor Marilyn Workman at the beginning of next school year.
Student’s at Wabaunsee High School are using the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People to cope with the bond failing this past November. “It would be nice to have an up-to-date school, but this is the best we can get so we’ll take it,” junior Justin Carlson said. “If we saved the money our school has spent to teach Stephen Covey’s book we could probably afford radiators that don’t leak. This is most definitely the better option, though, and will provide us with a solid foundation in becoming “highly effective people.”