Instead of a traditional scrimmage, WHS football will participate in its first ever Football Jamboree Friday night in Lyndon. The 2019 season will be the first year ever that a jamboree will be allowed in Kansas. WHS will compete against the Lyndon Tigers and the St. Mary’s Bears in game sessions that should last around 30 minutes each.
Junior Jackson Frank pitches during a varsity baseball game last season. The team returns an experienced roster from last season. "We really need to improve our focus during games and practice," Frank said. The Chargers opened the season Tuesday against Chase County. Baseball opens its season 4:30 tonight against Chase County If a few plays... Continue Reading →
Two staff members will be adding to their families soon. Secretary Carrie Boeckman and history teacher Jess Rutledge are the new parents-to-be. The Charger spoke to each of them about the upcoming changes in their lives. What are you most looking forward to? Rutledge: I think just seeing my son grow up. Seeing him go... Continue Reading →
Changes include dress code, parking rules and college visits The students of the WHS Government class have made proposals for changes to the student handbook. The changes will be reviewed by Principal Jan Hutley, and if accepted will take effect in the next school year. The students reviewed the handbook and looked for policies that... Continue Reading →