Many WHS and USD 329 staff members will be leaving at the end of this school year. Some are retiring after long careers, and others are moving on to new opportunities. Here are a few of their stories.
WHS introduced a new career and college readiness program called Xello this semester, to a mixed response.
Xello is a new online program designed to help students plan for careers after high school. Students who do Xello complete lessons that help them figure out what their plans after high school will look like, whether it be trade colleges, universities or other alternate routes. Students also complete career, personality and learning style assessments so they can better understand their interests, skills and strengths.
Jayna Keller @whscharger Fourteen students from Wabaunsee High School SAFE Club attended the Kansas Teen Transportation Safety Conference October 2-3. The goal of the conference was to help educate students on the dangers of distracted driving and the consequences of those decisions. Students participated in five different sessions over the two days. Throughout the day, there... Continue Reading →