Trevor Keller looks to continue the success of the WHS girls basketball team. Keller was approved by the board last Monday. He will replace Shanna Perine as the head girls basketball coach and will also fill the school psychologist position. Keller attended Kansas State University where he dual majored and received degrees in psychology and kinesiology. After he graduated from Kansas State, he attended Emporia State University and received his masters degree, along with an education specialist degree in school psychology.
As each team begins its season, players and coaches anxiously await to find out regional or sub-state assignments. It seems every year the reactions to assignments are either very excited or very disappointed. As of now, high schools smaller than class 4A are split up into regionals and sub-state by the location of the school.... Continue Reading →
Senior Maddie Alderman and her parents Sara and Roger Alderman, learn that she has been named a National Merit Finalist for 2019. Senior Madison Alderman has been named a National Merit finalist for 2019. She was first named as semifinalist last fall. “When we took the PSAT as juniors, it was like the application to... Continue Reading →
Wabaunsee’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter is helping with Wabaunsee’s Santa Express and Adopt-A-Family this Christmas season. “Our FCA chapter has adopted a local family. So our members went out and shopped for the family. We then began to gather and wrap the presents. Pastor Jamie Bonnema will deliver them to the family,” FCA sponsor... Continue Reading →
E-cigarettes or “vaping” has become a widespread problem across adolescents and young adults, and students at WHS are no exception. According to CNN, teen vaping increased nearly 80 percent in the last year. This new trend also created a complication for high schools across America. “As the administration and staff, we are being proactive as... Continue Reading →
WHS ADVANCES TO STATE FINAL WHS volleyball placed second at the 2A State Volleyball Tournament Saturday, ending the season with a 32-12 record. The state tournament began pool play on Friday, with the Chargers as the sixth seed. The team went 2-1 for the day, making them the 2nd seed in their pool and qualifying... Continue Reading →