Senior Rebekah Stuhlsatz signed to run cross country and track at the University of Saint Mary during a celebration in the commons Friday afternoon.
WHS Sweethearts | Brian and Christa Johnson
Brian and Christa Johnson started dating after the 2003 Wabaunsee County Fair. Brian graduated from Wabaunsee High School in 2006, and Christa in 2007. They were married not long after in 2009.
Charger Ink store provides opportunity to purchase WHS gear
WHS screen printing students have found a new way to get their products to the community. Charger Ink, the student store, sets up in the commons during home events.
329 board discusses league change, building closure
The future of the school in terms of league and consolidation was discussed at the most recent board meeting.
State Bound | Wrestling qualifies three for state tournaments
Three wrestlers have made the state tournament for the Chargers. Junior Alex Beggs qualified for the boys at 175. Juniors Sophia Castillo and Sienna Jones both made the state tournament in the girls first season as a team.
13 FCCLA STAR events qualify for state
Wabaunsee FCCLA competed in district STAR events February 1, qualifying 13 groups for the state competition in April.
EPA visits Wabaunsee to promote infrastructure bill
USD 329 received national attention and a visit from a cabinet-level official last week. The Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Michael Regan, visited Wabaunsee February 8. He came to speak to students, press, and the community about the new electric buses.
Senioritis Season 5: Episode 5 Student publications with Rock Creek
The Charger staff speaks with Rock Creek yearbook editor in chief Austin Vanmeter to discuss student journalism, photography and what it's like to be a student in the Mid-East League.
Thought Bubble | Misuse of Accelerated Reader could kill love of reading
After being absent for a few years, USD 329 is bringing back the Accelerated Reader program for grades K-5. This program is good both for the reading incentive for younger grades and for the STAR exams that evaluate the students’ reading and math levels. Although the program’s return won’t affect high school students, even the best readers greeted the news with a sort of PTSD.
Thought Bubble | Student panel an opportunity to share small-school perspective
Senior AJ Grutsch attends a student-lead panel discussing student issues on a variety of topics for the Safe and Supportive Schools Conference in Manhattan.