The Charger is no longer the only student newspaper in USD 329. This week, the first issue of the MHES Charger went to print.
The Charger was named the grand Champion of the print division of the Kansas State Fair Scholastic Press Corps.
Charger students spent an entire day at the Kansas State Fair last week, competing in the Scholastic Press Corps. For the competition, a team of five students journalists gets about 10 hours to plan, interview, photograph, write and design a 4-page issue about that day at the fair.
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 joins the podcast to discuss winning the Kansas Scholastic Press Association Journalist of the Year award, and sophomore Weston Johnson discusses his regional wrestling win.
Senior Emma Alderman was honored last week by the Kansas Scholastic Press Association as the best 1/2A student journalist in the state.
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.
For the first time in school history, the WHS Charger received All-State distinction from the Kansas Scholastic Press Association for its news publication. Publications are judged on their body of work throughout the year, including coverage, reporting, visuals, design and leadership. KSPA describes an All-Kansas publication as one that demonstrates a solid understanding of the news publication and its purpose, features well-written copy, attractive design and storytelling photography, and that is obviously produced to serve readers.