As the WHS cross country team prepares to compete this afternoon at home, we look back on some photos from the 2001 Charger yearbook. The junior high races begin at 4 p.m., followed by high school races. Come watch the runners on the course just east of the WHS football field.
For this week’s Throwback Thursday we’re looking back at Homecoming 1975, year 2 of Wabaunsee High School.
Current WJH principal Steve Oliver was crowned Homecoming king and Diana Coon Homecoming Queen.
Homecoming 2020 crowning is tomorrow night at 6:30 before the Football game against Uniontown. The pep rally at 2 p.m. will be streamed on the USD 329 Youtube channel.
Today on Throwback Thursday we jump to 2007 to take a look at the Future Business Leaders of America club. The club had eleven members qualify for State, where three placed second in the Current Events Relay team event. This year, thirteen FBLA members competed at District Competition and twelve qualified for the State Competition... Continue Reading →
For this week's Throwback Thursday, we step back to 2012 and take a look at the Charger wrestling team, which wrestled at Council Grove for Regionals. Senior TJ Setter finished 2nd, qualifying to the state tournament. The current wrestlers also travel to Council Grove tomorrow to compete at Regionals, with hopes of going on to... Continue Reading →
This week’s Throwback Thursday goes back to 1996 and features the Quiz Bowl team. Wabaunsee will host the Regional Scholars Bowl meet tonight, and hopes to qualify to state for a third straight season.
This week's Throwback Thursday looks at 1990's Winter Royalty. Current students should recognize the queen, WHS principal Jan (Frank) Hutley. Travis Wilson was crowned king.
Hutley's daughter Maddy is a candidate for this year's crown, along with Megan Strait, Kaytlyn Meseke and Autymn Schreiner. The king candidates are Keaton Johnson, Jackson Frank, Jakob Schutter and Chad Chambers.
As WHS prepares for Winter Royalty, we throwback to the 2006 Winter Royalty week from "School of Rock," the 2006 Charger yearbook. King and queen were Molly Schuckman and Jim Vopata.
As NHS prepares to host a winter formal, we go back nearly 40 years to look at the Morp dance from "Changes," the 1978 yearbook.
Morp, which is "prom" spelled backwards, subverted traditional gender rules by requiring girls to ask out dates and take the boys to dinner.
For a lot of students, part of the high school experience is working hard for a few extra dollars. The 1998 Charger Yearbook, "Sign of the Times," featured several student jobs.
The basketball page in "Welcome to the Jungle," the 1991 Charger yearbook, features two legendary coaches reaching milestones. Girls coach Brenda Holaday reached 100 career wins, while boys coach Steve Murray hit 200. (Current coaches Trevor Keller and Christian Ulsaker are at 2 and 1, respectively, but you can check back in a few years).... Continue Reading →