WHS welcomes 3 new students

Three WHS students entered USD 329 at the beginning of the year. Wabaunsee High School’s total enrollment is only slightly lower this year with 134 students, as opposed to last year’s 135. Four students began the year enrolled in online learning, and others will do it on a temporary basis due to quarantines.

Throwback Thursday: 2001 Cross Country

As the WHS cross country team prepares to compete this afternoon at home, we look back on some photos from the 2001 Charger yearbook. The junior high races begin at 4 p.m., followed by high school races. Come watch the runners on the course just east of the WHS football field.

Throwback Thursday: Homecoming ’76

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we’re looking back at Homecoming 1975, year 2 of Wabaunsee High School. 

Current WJH principal Steve Oliver was crowned Homecoming king and Diana Coon Homecoming Queen. 

Homecoming 2020 crowning is tomorrow night at 6:30 before the Football game against Uniontown. The pep rally at 2 p.m. will be streamed on the USD 329 Youtube channel.

Art teacher joins WHS staff

New art teacher Brianna Guinn enjoys gardening and watching TV.

Originally from Tonganoxie, Kansas, Guinn now lives in Silver Lake with her fiancé, three dogs, and cat. She attended Kansas City Kansas Community College, Johnson County Community College, and Kansas University. After completing college she began teaching middle and high school art near Salina in the Twin Valley school district.

Question of the Week | Unpopular Opinions

What is your most unpopular opinion? “Eminem is not as lyrical as people think he is.” junior Adam Miller “Cottage cheese and tomatoes are good.” sophomore Madison Coffman “Earbuds are better than AirPods. I’m oppressed by AirPod people.” freshman AJ Grutsch “Cereal with milk is gross.” junior Justice Houston “Nutella is disgusting.” freshman Ashley Piper... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursday: 2007 FCCLA

Today on Throwback Thursday we jump to 2007 to take a look at the Future Business Leaders of America club. The club had eleven members qualify for State, where three placed second in the Current Events Relay team event. This year, thirteen FBLA members competed at District Competition and twelve qualified for the State Competition... Continue Reading →

FCCLA students qualify STAR events to state

FCCLA students recently participated in district elections and STAR Event competitions.

Two students ran for district offices this year. Freshman Annie Wright was elected as the alternate Vice President of STAR Events and sophomore Kaelyn Conrad is the District D Vice President of Public Relations. Conrad’s new responsibilities include running the district’s Instagram page as well as writing monthly newsletters.

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