Do you think sex education at USD 329 is adequate? If not, what suggestions would you make to improve the curriculum for students.
Students and staff share their opinions on prom, snow days and new classes.
Chargers share opinions on the minimum wage, inauguration and New Year's Resolutions in the question of the week.
Although KSHSAA altered the ban on fans for the beginning of the season, limited spectators will be allowed at winter sports until at least the end of January. We asked students and faculty how they felt about the KSHSAA decision to start the winter sports season on time, but to keep out spectators until at least the end of January because of COVID-19 precautions.
After learning from home for a couple weeks, what are the biggest pros and cons of online learning?
How have COVID-19 precautions changed your family's holiday plans?
What's your favorite Thanksgiving tradition?
What non-traditional dish does your family serve at Thanksgiving?
What's your favorite Halloween memory?
“I went through the haunted house in Wamego with my Youth Group. The other three girls and I spent it clinging to my youth leader.”
Junior Emma Alderman
At 4 p.m. yesterday, governor Laura Kelly announced that schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year.
Details about alternative learning via small groups, packets or online assignments will be figured out in the coming weeks, according to an email superintendent Brad Starnes sent to staff. “We're in uncharted waters. We want to be proactive and help our kids,” Starnes wrote.
Students, teachers and parents shared their initial response to the news.