USD 329 started streaming board meetings along with other school events in spring of 2020, following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. While this practice began because of COVID-19, we are very thankful that it has continued and hope that it stays that way into the future.
Olivia Mayer and Austin Spellman join the podcast to discuss the sophomore and junior trip the the Auschwitz exhibit in Kansas City.
A.J. Grutsch, Eli McDaniel, Jacob Daley and Justin Carlson debate the most important philosophical questions of our age.
The 1998 Charger wrestling team was led by senior Justin Dolezilek, who finished the year 24-6. He finished first at regionals to qualify for state.
Sophomores and juniors traveled to the Auschwitz Exhibit currently on display at Union Station in Kansas City. The exhibit, “Auschwitz: Not Long Ago. Not Far Away.,” features a combination of original objects and photographs from institutions and museums around the world. Typically only on display in Europe, it will be in Kansas City until March 20.
A common problem amongst seniors at Wabaunsee is the struggle to fill their schedule, but there is a solution to this problem. As nine seniors have elected to do this semester, there is an option to take time during the school day to go work at real-world jobs.
As the Chargers begin the second semester, we flash back to the 2008 cheer squad. Check out the '22 Chargers cheering tomorrow night when the basketball team travels to St. Marys.
The Charger asked the first and second grade classes from Alma Elementary School and Maple Hill Elementary School to send us their letters to Santa Claus. We were able to look through them before passing them on to Santa, who had his elves write responses to each student.
Boys basketball coach Christian Ulsaker and basketball official Lance Fuller join the podcast to debate the merits of adding a shot clock to high school basketball.
At the USD 329 board of education meeting Monday night, the board accepted the resignation of Alma Elementary School and Maple Hill Elementary School principal Galen Craghead.