USD 329 Board approves bond option for community vote

After many board meetings discussing the facilities and bond options, the board was able to pass a motion for an election to occur on May 12 at 6 polling places in the district for the potential 25 year bond, on Option 16. The regular board meeting started with continued discussion to answer a few leftover questions over the facilities. Once the board had most of their questions answered, a motion was made for Option 10 to be the option moving forward. The potential K-12, Option 10, was seconded, but failed with a vote of 2-5. Seconds later, another motion was made, but for Option 16. The motion was seconded, and passed 4-3. Now it is up to the community to vote either for or against the K-6 in Paxico and 7-12 in Alma.

Playing with Pride

At Friday’s home basketball game, 43 members of the K-State Catband joined the WHS pep band in cheering on the Chargers. WHS band director Jaime Rogers thought the event was beneficial for WHS students. “Our students enjoyed having the college band,” Rogers said. “I think some were a bit star struck and some just jumped right in and interacted with them.”

329 board discusses bond options at town hall

Community members meet with board members to raise questions concerning bond options The USD 329 Board of Education held a town hall meeting Tuesday to discuss the bond options.  The meeting format involved splitting attendees into three groups with board members spread throughout to allow for more opinions to be heard.  Board members Jim Vopata... Continue Reading →

Throwback Thursday: 1990 Winter Royalty

This week's Throwback Thursday looks at 1990's Winter Royalty. Current students should recognize the queen, WHS principal Jan (Frank) Hutley. Travis Wilson was crowned king. Hutley's daughter Maddy is a candidate for this year's crown, along with Megan Strait, Kaytlyn Meseke and Autymn Schreiner. The king candidates are Keaton Johnson, Jackson Frank, Jakob Schutter and Chad Chambers.

NHS prepares to host winter formal

WHS students will have a chance to get “Frozen in Time” at the Winter Formal. “NHS [National Honor Society] got together and decided that we wanted to do something different this year,” NHS adviser Miriam Barton said. It’s Barton’s first year at Wabaunsee and her first year as an NHS adviser. 

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