The Charger was recognized by the Kansas Scholastic Press Association as an All-Kansas news publication for the second year in a row.
Senior Emma Alderman was honored last week by the Kansas Scholastic Press Association as the best 1/2A student journalist in the state.
The 2022 Wabaunsee Winter Royalty king and queen will be crowned Friday between the varsity games. The girls face Rossville at 6 p.m. followed by the boys game.
The Wabaunsee KAY club received a Be the Spark grant through Blue Cross Blue Shield to create a room in the high school to help focus on mental health.
In the scorching heat of the sun, the Wabaunsee journalism team headed out to conduct interviews and get pictures for a newspaper competition at the Kansas State Fair.
Books are categorized as classics on the basis that no matter when you read it, the book will always be relevant.
Some of the most commonly known classics are “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Of Mice and Men,” mainly because they are both taught in high school English classes. Though most classics are widely known, people still tend to be hesitant to read them. Some classics can be very beneficial to read though —that’s what makes them classics. They have stood the test of time and continue to do so.
Junior class officers are looking at making some changes to prom to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions.
Junior class president Sarah Vanstory created a slideshow about the potential plans for prom to give people an idea of what the class is planning to do. “I shared my Google Slide presentation with Mrs. Hutley, Mr. Starnes, and Ray Finley from the county health department so they could review it and discuss it. They seemed pretty open to my proposal,” Vanstory said. Her slideshow included a schedule of the events of the day and what adjustments they are planning to implement to make it safe.