The addition of a Gay-Straight Alliance Club at WHS is long overdue. At the most recent board meeting, USD 329 approved the founding of a Gay-Straight Alliance club. Officially, the board approved the consent agenda which included the item “Per BOE policy & Federal law grant equal access to a non-school sponsored Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) club.” There was no controversy in the discussion for the establishment of this club, and there really shouldn’t be.
Questions of the week: What new club should WHS add? What class are you most concerned about at this point in the semester? What show should everyone go stream?
The National Honor Society club inducted new members Andrew Grutsch, Maverick Havenstein, Jacob Meseke, Robert Potter, Lanson Parry, Rebekah Stuhlzatz, Paxton Meyer and Annie Wright during a ceremony September 20.
“You are joining an organization tonight that is asking you to rise above any personal and societal challenges that will come and to be that support for others now," National Honor Society sponsor Miriam Barton said to new members during Monday evening’s induction ceremony.
The society inducted nine juniors.
Today on Throwback Thursday we jump to 2007 to take a look at the Future Business Leaders of America club. The club had eleven members qualify for State, where three placed second in the Current Events Relay team event. This year, thirteen FBLA members competed at District Competition and twelve qualified for the State Competition... Continue Reading →
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.
"Horizons," the 1980 Charger yearbook, highlighted new clubs at Wabaunsee High School. Featured here are Music Club, Science Club and Charger Club. The 1980 yearbook was edited by Cindy Maike and advised by Jackie Garibay.
“Be bold, be tolerant, listen, travel, stay focused, do something nice for someone else and be kind,” Former WHS English teacher Laura Delfelder said.
Delfelder returned to WHS Tuesday night to address the National Honor Society inductees.
At the beginning of the year, during the early planning of the NHS ceremony, the officers gathered together to discuss who they wanted to be the keynote speaker. After little discussion the group decided to invite their former english teacher and NHS adviser, Laura Delfelder. Delfelder happily accepted the request and started creating her speech.
According to the founders of Yellow Ribbon, even at Wabaunsee High School, students are at risk of committing suicide.
The Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program is an international program dedicated to preventing suicide by making information accessible to anyone and removing barriers for people seeking help.
First grade student Briggs Ibarra runs at Alma Elementary School during running club. The club runs inside when the weather is too cold. Running club is one of three clubs started at AES this year. Photo by Emma Alderman. Running club encourages active lifestyle The track became filled with elementary children and teachers on January... Continue Reading →