Charger students spent an entire day at the Kansas State Fair last week, competing in the Scholastic Press Corps. For the competition, a team of five students journalists gets about 10 hours to plan, interview, photograph, write and design a 4-page issue about that day at the fair.
For the first time in four years, Crash Dummies Vince and Larry are returning to WHS. S.A.F.E. (Seatbelts are for Everyone) has brought the duo back to promote seatbelt safety and increase awareness of the club’s work.
This week was Banned Books Week, an annual event since 1982. Banned Books Week celebrates the freedom to read. Every year, it spotlights current and historical attempts to ban books in schools and libraries.
Wabaunsee hosts the Jason McKinney Invitational this afternoon. The course has changed a bit over the years, so check out the map with notes from the runners to pick the best spots to watch.
As the cross country team prepares to compete in the Jason McKinney Invitational meet tonight at WHS, we look back at the 1984 squad that won its home meet.
From a high school gym to the Bill Snyder Family Stadium, a few WHS students made a big step up in band class. Wabaunsee graduates Jacob Daley and Jessica Vanstory and students Matthew Vanstory and Isabelle Stuhlsatz performed in the K-State All-Star band after hours of practice.
Elementary principal Robert Schawo comes to USD 329 with promises of continuing the momentum the district already has. Schawo has become the new Elementary school principal replacing Galen Craghead and Kari Kephart. Schawo, who has a degree in public administration and a degree in elementary education, will lead the Maple Hill and Alma elementary schools.
What was the highlight of homecoming week? After the recent death of the queen of England, which public figure or celebrity would affect you most if they passed? What is your go-to Sonic drink and food order?