The Charger staff discusses the USD 329 bond issue with teacher and parent Brandi Miller.
On November 3, Wabaunsee county community members will be voting on whether or not to pass a bond that will address the needs of the district. It will specifically go towards renovating or existing school buildings and creating new buildings to create a better learning environment for students and faculty. Bringing in a new bond... Continue Reading →
Most freshmen are happy just to see the court or field, but the class of 2024 has made an immediate impact on fall sports teams. Here are a few of the freshman stepping up this season.
Future Farmers of America and Future Homemakers of America were both strong at WHS in 1983, and the clubs continue under different names today.
This week in WHS sports: Tennis ended its season at regionals, cross country returned to the course, football dropped to 2-4 and volleyball dropped a couple tough league matches.
Tennis will enter the postseason Friday, participating in the regionals meet at Smoky Valley in Lindsborg.
“I feel good about our team, but I definitely know our regional is very tough,” head coach Brendan Praeger said. The team is looking forward to the competition, but knows it could be tough to send players to state. “This is the most experienced team I’ve ever had,” Praeger said, “They’ve been in this position before and know the challenges.” With seven senior players, many have the experience needed to perform well.
Now more than ever, it is crucial for young people to exercise their right to vote.
From 1972 to 2016, the proportion of youth ages 18 to 24 who reported voting in presidential elections decreased from 50 to 39 percent. With our country experiencing political turmoil, it is important that every voice is heard so the appropriate decisions can be made by the people who are voted as the best fit to run our country. For better representation of the youth in our country, all teens of voting age need to get to the polls.
Some of the technology might look different, but back in 1995, vocational classes were just as important to students as they are now. The 1995 Charger yearbook highlighted mechanics, computer drafting and woods classes, as well as FFA. The Colophon describes the production of the 1995 yearbook. The book sold to students for $20.
Kendyl Bolinder | @BolinderKendyl More than 30 WHS students and three staff members were sent home to quarantine on Tuesday after a student received a positive COVID-19 test. As of now, the people quarantined include the entirety of the cross country team, students who had prolonged or unmasked contact and anyone knowingly exposed to the... Continue Reading →