For today’s Throwback Thursday, we travel back to 1987 and take a look at the fashion statements of the time and senior superlatives.
Some of the technology might look different, but back in 1995, vocational classes were just as important to students as they are now. The 1995 Charger yearbook highlighted mechanics, computer drafting and woods classes, as well as FFA. The Colophon describes the production of the 1995 yearbook. The book sold to students for $20.
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.
This week’s Throwback Thursday issue highlights two academic pages from the 1995 WHS yearbook. Each page shows different activities that occurred in each class throughout the year. On the mathematics page, students are working on assignments with the help of their teacher Julie Schnieder. Students get a break from sitting and homework to lift weights... Continue Reading →
Throwback Thursday | Every Thursday this year the Charger is looking back on the history of WHS. Check each week for stories from old newspapers and yearbooks, and maybe some new reporting as well.
Slam! Another spike, another kill for the lady charger volleyball team. The lady chargers united to build a powerful program. Adjusting to both a new head coach and assistant coach the team fought its way to the best finish in charger volleyball history.
With Christmas right around the corner, Christmas entertainment can be found in various forms such as music, movies, books and more. In the spirit of Christmas, WHS publications staff and advisers chose their favorite pieces of Christmas entertainment. Let us know your favorites on Twitter @whscharger. Kaytlyn Meseke, newspaper “The Polar Express” movie is my favorite... Continue Reading →