Student teacher Cody Lohse will be joining WHS for the spring semester. Lohse will be teaching in Brendan Praeger’s English, drama, and journalism classes. Here are some things to know about Lohse.
Eleven Future Business Leaders of America members travelled to Herington High School Monday to compete at the Kansas FBLA District III Conference. These members competed in a wide variety of events that included speaking presentations, testing sessions and performances.
Charger adviser Brendan Praeger joins Laurel, Adam and Falisha to discuss the top Charger sports stories of 2019. Check out the Charger podcast for a list of top news stories of the year.
Members of the Charger Newspaper staff reveal the top WHS stories of 2019. Listen to the L.A.F. Podcast for a discussion of the top sports stories.
As NHS prepares to host a winter formal, we go back nearly 40 years to look at the Morp dance from "Changes," the 1978 yearbook. Morp, which is "prom" spelled backwards, subverted traditional gender rules by requiring girls to ask out dates and take the boys to dinner.
The USD 329 board failed to make a decision at its Monday meeting concerning a bond resolution for April Election. Both the K-12 option and K-6 with 7-12 option failed with a 3-4 vote. The third motion for the renovation bond was denied after no board member seconded it.
The USD 329 BOE gathered Monday to narrow the remaining options for a bond proposal. The remaining options include a K-12 in Alma, renovations to the existing buildings or a K-6 in Paxico and 7-12 in Alma. The board will vote Monday on which to propose to the community for a vote in April. Here are some of the highlights of discussion from the special meeting.
For a lot of students, part of the high school experience is working hard for a few extra dollars. The 1998 Charger Yearbook, "Sign of the Times," featured several student jobs.
Jess Rutledge’s senior classes aren’t just studying government, they have been attempting to do some governing of their own. For the last few years, Rutledge has given seniors the opportunity to propose and debate bills of their own in an effort to improve the school. Rutledge said “I wanted them to learn what the legislative process was like; all the arguments and compromises that are made.”