Finally, Christmas is here! Or is it? Payton Wurtz gets to the bottom of the official start of the season.
Tattoos are a great way for people to express themselves. Tatted up members of WHS show off and explain the meaning behind their ink.
Last week, students, community members, several district teachers and one school board member joined reporter Patrick Richardson from the online publication the Sentinel for a roundtable discussion about USD 329’s academic successes.
Candy corn has been a staple of All Hallows Eve since the first tree was ever TP’ed. However, the scrumptious treat candy corn has gotten a bad rap over the years.
This week was Banned Books Week, an annual event since 1982. Banned Books Week celebrates the freedom to read. Every year, it spotlights current and historical attempts to ban books in schools and libraries.
Three students founded a new student club, “Rooted in Christ,” with hopes that girls at Wabaunsee High School, who want to grow in their relationship with God, will join in trying to make the school a more positive place.
Former K-State football safety Ty Zimmerman spoke to WHS Fellowship of Christian Athletes and community members March 22.
Many high school students are employed in customer service jobs. These jobs can range anywhere from working in the food industry to retail work. In these occupations, employees have to learn and practice customer service. Whether that’s helping a customer find the right shirt size or just putting on a big ol’ smile while preparing their meal.
Monday was Martin Luther King Jr. day, which is great because we didn’t have school, but it’s also great because we got to commemorate a great man. Wabaunsee, like most schools in the area, observes the holiday, and several teachers include King’s works in their curriculum, but general knowledge of King’s legacy is still often insufficient.