The Charger is no longer the only student newspaper in USD 329. This week, the first issue of the MHES Charger went to print.
Parent Shelly Grutsch told students they have a bright future during an address to National Honor Society inductees at a ceremony Monday night.
After two years of intramural WHS chess tournaments, WHS chess wizards finally had the chance to compete last week at Washburn Rural.
September is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month. This year, Yellow Ribbon and Fellowship of Christian Athletes clubs put together a week of activities and events to promote mental health and bring attention to suicide prevention.
For the first time in four years, Crash Dummies Vince and Larry are returning to WHS. S.A.F.E. (Seatbelts are for Everyone) has brought the duo back to promote seatbelt safety and increase awareness of the club’s work.
The 1989-90 Charger clubs were very active, and today we highlight Future Famers of America and Future Homemakers of America (now called FCCLA).
Three students founded a new student club, “Rooted in Christ,” with hopes that girls at Wabaunsee High School, who want to grow in their relationship with God, will join in trying to make the school a more positive place.
Former K-State football safety Ty Zimmerman spoke to WHS Fellowship of Christian Athletes and community members March 22.