Last week, incoming freshmen toured WHS in preparation for entering high school. We asked them a few questions about their junior high experience.
The WHS drama class will perform its spring play May 7. The murder mystery-comedy “The Alibis" follows Detective Casey Neptune and her butler Warwick as they try to figure out who murdered billionaire J. Leslie Arlington.
Following the addition of the new Mental Health room created by Wabaunsee’s KAY Club, another club has taken initiative to try to help prepare its classmates for the future.
Wabaunsee will soon be implementing a controversial CTR unit in all of its freshman English classes. “I know that there has been a ton of backlash recently for any attempts to teach CTR in schools,” English teacher Brendan Praeger said, “but I think it’s important for kids to understand history.”
Wabaunsee’s push for a bond to fix school buildings is no longer an issue, as the district has found a more palatable solution for voters. The USD 329 school board voted April 1 to combine with the Mission Valley school district, creating the new Wabaunsee Valley district.
Several district students recently competed in the Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge of Wabaunsee County, sponsored by Network Kansas. Each contestant created a job plan and presented it to the community.
Three Wabaunsee students competed at Job Olympics March 3, with freshman Canyon Schmitz earning a second place finish in towel folding.
Prom is right around the corner, with April 2 being less than two weeks away! Here is a to-do list before the big day.
Wabaunsee High School’s band is traveling to Mission Valley High School tonight for the annual Joint concert between the two schools.