A citizen committee has proposed sweeping changes to the prom dress code.
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.
Student’s at Wabaunsee High School are using the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People to cope with the bond failing this past November. “It would be nice to have an up-to-date school, but this is the best we can get so we’ll take it,” junior Justin Carlson said. “If we saved the money our school has spent to teach Stephen Covey’s book we could probably afford radiators that don’t leak. This is most definitely the better option, though, and will provide us with a solid foundation in becoming “highly effective people.”
KU athletic officials announced a “home-run” hire for their football program. Wabaunsee’s head football coach Jess Rutledge will lead the University of Kansas program into the future, the university announced on April 1.
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Math teacher Roger Alderman announced plans Monday to reduce the 3-minute quiz to 2.5-minute quiz following schedule changes next year. With the news of the impending schedule change, math teacher Roger Alderman has announced that he will be amending the infamous 3 minute quiz policy to account for the shorter periods of the 21 class... Continue Reading →
The Senioritis gang discusses evolution, Hellen Keller, the zoo, the best ice cream toppings and Stalin's entire life story. In the spirit of inclusiveness, it's all in American Sign Language.
After an extensive investigation that spanned several months, WHS administrators have finally completed their investigation of Russian Collusion with junior Dan Flach. Flach stood accused of colluding with Russian hackers to plagiarize a book report on “All Quiet on the Western Front.” While the full report on the investigation has not been made available to... Continue Reading →