Charges lose a tough battle to Mission Valley 42-28
End of 3, Chargers and Mission Valley are tied at 28
At half, Chargers lead Mission Valley 20-14
End of 1, Chargers lead Mission Valley 12-7.
More Details: Wabaunsee High School’s Homecoming week will kick off Monday, September 16th. http://www.usd329.com/article/135720?org=usd-329
Wabaunsee Turns “Up” the Spirit! Homecoming 2019 Monday 16th: Window Painting Downtown at Noon Tuesday 17th: Mix Up Day (Opposite Day) Wednesday 18th: Flag Up Day (‘Merica Day) Thursday 19th: Ball Up Day (Sports Day) Friday 20th: Squad Up Day Freshman: White Sophomore: Black Junior: Red Senior: Blue
Junior Charger football score from Rossville. Junior Chargers 34 Rossville 18. Final
Support the Charger High School Pep Band by purchasing a shirt. Note: the high school pep band members already have shirts purchased. https://forms.gle/KKoSfWPZAWphL3vt8 Deadline to order is 9/20.
This core model is appropriate for any adults, professional and non-professional. Yellow Ribbon has feedback that shows that trusted adults such as school bus drivers, coaches, custodians and scout leaders have been instrumental in helping save lives after receiving the training.
This training is a community friendly, peer-based, non-clinical training. It teaches simple, effective tools of help between those in need and help resources. It emphasizes the important role of parents, school personnel and other trusted adults.
Sept is National Suicide Prevention month. On Monday, Sept 16 from 6-7 PM in the WHS commons Dar and Dale Emme, co-founders of the Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program are coming to the Wabaunsee School District! This will be a parent, school personnel & community meeting
The Junior Chargers Volleyball and Football Teams were all victorious last night against St.Marys. The Football Team wins 44- 8
Varsity split the night beating Riley County 25-13, 25-19 and losing to Chapman 23-25, 18-25. JV also split the night losing to Riley County and winning against Chapman.
REMINDER: AES PTO meeting will be held tonight at 7:00 in the AES Library (Library is in the West Annex Building). Major Agenda items will include Mum Sale To Do List and Donkey Ball Coordination. ALL PARENTS/GUARDIANS are encouraged to attend. Day Care is provided.
The system does not like shortened links: Let's try this one! Football Orders: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfrUWJe2S48j1J7fGKg4FbXBu93wa-X8mbg5vWQonO40mw-IQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
Last chance to order football shirts. Due today. Part of the proceeds go to the team. https://forms.gle/tgT4zo676Npx3MBc6
Student Isabelle Guinn entered the KC Zoo Art Contest this summer and is in the Top 2! Until Monday you can vote for her Kangaroo entry #1. https://kansascityzoorun.org/pages/vote
Champs of the Amy Schutter Invitational! Girls went 5-0, beating Mission Valley, Oskaloosa, Osage City and Centralia twice. Great start to the season ladies!
We have just received word that Lyndon has cancelled tonight's Football Jamboree due to flooding and it will not be rescheduled. Our football team will have practice as usual after school today.
A reminder that Cross Country shirt orders are due by 11 AM TODAY: https://forms.gle/xnvEUDWToS1PJqDo8
Wabaunsee County Sheriff, Rob Hoskins has notified us that everyone is now in custody. Their manhunt is completed.
We are in contact with Wabaunsee Sheriff's Dept and am aware of the police chase near Maple Hill. They have advised us to not have schools on lock down/buses may run regular routes. If there's any concerns with dropping bus students off at an empty home we will take them to MHE
2019 WHS & WJH Cross Country Shirt Order: Orders due Friday, August 30th by 11 am NEW LINK (the other one was not working) https://forms.gle/pnwBFyPe5A53zFA96
AES Classroom Kickoff There will be an open house at AES on Tuesday, August 27th from 6:30-7:30 pm. Come meet the teachers and learn about each classroom!
Contact Tracy Capoun today for Wabaunsee volleyball tees. $10 for short sleeve and $12 for long sleeve
Editorial: Charger aims to serve students, community https://whscharger.com/2019/08/21/editorial-charger-aims-to-serve-students-community/
For transportation clarification: there will be a bus leaving Paxico for in town students no earlier than 7:30AM to go to Maple Hill Elem. For Maple Hill in town students there will be a bus leaving no earlier than 7:40 AM to go to PMS/WJH. Accept our apology for the confusion.
2019 Football Shirt Orders: ORDERS DUE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD LINK TO ORDER: https://forms.gle/jBZUdoQ4mNr7QVQCA
OPEN HOUSE Reminder Bring Your Supplies, Find your Locker, Meet the Teachers. See your friends. 4:00 to 6:00 pm Monday August 19th At Paxico Middle School And Wabaunsee Junior High.
We would like parents to know we are changing the leave times from Maple Hill Elementary and the Jr. High for mornings only. The bus will depart Maple Hill Elementary no later than 7:00 a.m. and also the bus will leave the Jr. High no later than 7:15 a.m. The shuttle buses will leave WHS no later than 7:45 a.m. to get students to the Jr. High and Middle School. This is a change from last year so please note these time changes. Thanks for your cooperation! Roberta Theel USD329 Transportation Secretary
REMINDERS for tomorrow, Thursday, Aug 15th: At 6:30 pm, there will be a WJH & WHS Fall Sports Parent Meeting & Athlete Concussion Video in HS Auditorium. At 7:45 pm, there will be a "Meet the New Music Teacher Meeting" for HS Band & Choir students & parents in the music room.
Kansas School Bus Stop Arm Law https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/436866/Kansas_School_Bus_Stop_Arm_Law.pdf
STEAM Back to School Family Night...Come enjoy STEAM activities with your family and others. FOOD PROVIDED Fill your STEAM punch card to earn a piece of duct tape to tape a school administrator to a wall. How long will the duct tape hold? https://bit.ly/2Ylx2ky. RSVP opt!
Jr High & HS parents: Fall sports Parent Meetings at the HS on Thurs, Aug 15 at 6:30. Athletes will watch the mandatory concussion video while coaches meet with parents.
Kindergarten and 1st Graders must have proof of Hepatitis A Vaccine. All 7th and 11th Graders must receive the Meningococcal ACYW vaccine. For more information visit: https://www.rileycountyks.gov/286/Health-Department
STEAM Back to School Family Night...Come enjoy STEAM activities with your family and others. FOOD PROVIDED Fill your STEAM punch card to earn a piece of duct tape to tape a school administrator to a wall. How long will the duct tape hold? Let us know you plan to come: https://bit.ly/2Ylx2ky. You are welcome to come without an RSVP, but this will help with numbers!
Enrollment packets have been mailed. August 1st will be enrollment for all schools from 12pm-7pm at the junior high or August 2nd 8am-12pm and 1-4pm at each school.
The schedules are skyward are not complete at all! Disregard those please! We will have corrected schedules done soon!
WHS tennis camp next week! 8-11 a.m. Monday-Friday at the Alma tennis courts. Grades 7-12 welcome. Bring $3 cash for insurance. Email email@example.com with any questions.
Congratulations to the following for their spring sport post-season honors: ▪ Softball • First Team All MidEast League o Alexis Hafenstine o Alyssa Lohmeyer o Autymn Schreiner • Honorable Mention All MidEast League o Abby Oliver ▪ Baseball • First Team All MidEast League o Logan Brown • Honorable Mention All MidEast League o Chad Chambers o Jackson Frank • All State o Honorable Mention – Chad Chambers ▪ Track • 2A State Medalists o Lauren Schutter ▪ Triple Jump – State Champion ▪ Long Jump – 2nd Place o Laurel Barber ▪ Javelin – 7th Place o Jace Reeves ▪ 800 Meter Run – 8th Place
Summer tennis lessons start tomorrow for grades 2-6! Still plenty of room if you haven't signed up. Four weekly lessons for $30, raising money for the tennis team. We start at 10:30 a.m. at the Alma tennis courts. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. (Students grades 7-8 are welcome to join the high school practice at 8 a.m.)
The American Legion Post 32 Chargers Baseball team would like to invite everyone out to our first home double header this Wednesday, June 12th, at McKnight Park in Alma. We have 18 boys between the ages of 14 and 17 representing Wabaunsee County and American Legion Post 32. The opening ceremony will begin at 5:45 pm on Wednesday, with the first pitch scheduled for 6 pm against the Clay Center American Legion Tigers. Go Chargers!
WABAUNSEE COUNTY EVACUATION ADVISORY DOWNGRADED TO HIGH WATER ADIVSORY The evacuation advisory for Wabaunsee County residents in and around the Kansas River flood plain has been lifted. As waters continue to recede, the potential for flooding has lowered. Residents who evacuated their homes due to the flood risk may return. Wabaunsee County officials will continue to monitor Tuttle Creek Lake and Kansas River levels, and weather forecasts. Although there are no present flooding concerns, river water levels are high, swiftly moving, and full of debris. Officials recommend people remain out of the Kansas River. Residents living in the area previously under the advisory should continue monitoring weather forecasts and water levels as weather changes may impact water levels. Up-to-date flood information may be found by visiting the Wabaunsee County Facebook pages: (Emergency Management; Sheriff, @wabaunseesheriff; Health Department, @WabaunseeCoHD; Economic Development, @wabaunsee.economicdevelopment).
Starting the week of June 3rd, the district office will begin its summer hours schedule. Open Monday-Thursdays 8-4 and closed Fridays.
An evacuation advisory is in effect for northern portions of Wabaunsee County in the Kansas River flood plain, including locations near Wabaunsee Townsite, Antelope Creek Road, Wells Creek Road, and Turkey Creek Road. At this time, we are encouraging people to take notice and consider evacuating. Within the next 24-78 hours, residents may need to evacuate due to high water impacts from the Kansas River. Water may impact homes, businesses, and nearby roads. Residents should continue to monitor news sources and feeds for updates concerning high water levels in Wabaunsee County. Be prepared to leave immediately once an evacuation order is given. AS A REMINDER, AT THIS TIME THIS IS AN EVACUATION ADVISORY ONLY. A temporary evacuation shelter will be open at noon on Thursday, May 30th, at the Alma Community Center basement, 1050 Ohio Street, Alma (west of the WHS football field). ATTENTION: Wabaunsee County residents in the Kansas River flood plain! Report your evacuation plans to Wabaunsee County officials at https://forms.gle/Cw8fMggo9hZdrVwm8 or 785-765-3821, Ext 2.
Coach Rutledge's WJH Summer Weights Program Meeting for tonight has also been cancelled. Meetings are still planned for Thursday and Friday. Stay safe!
Due to National Weather Service afternoon/evening weather forecast all scheduled school activities, including WHS boy’s basketball camp are canceled.
Join the Charger Tennis team for summer tennis lessons! Your elementary/middle school student can get exercise and learn an learn a new sport from the players and coaches of WHS. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rM3umvI1PiY1bDJ9MkpNpdinmu-X4E_3UoCMpQHX7pc/edit?usp=sharing
The WHS State Track Qualifiers will be leaving town at 11:30 this morning with an escorted trip down Main Street. Come out and see our Chargers off and wish them well!!
Celebrate the accomplishments of the Wabaunsee High School Advanced CAD class this Saturday, open noon to 5pm - their work is on display at The Volland Store as a feature of the “Middle of Everywhere” exhibit.
Gently used books were given away to each elementary student in December and May. We could use more donations of chapter books, funny poetry books, and nonfiction that are in good condition. Donations can be delivered to Mrs. Tharman.
Please take time to view all the K-8 Artwork that was created this year, by clicking below... go Charger Artists! https://drive.google.com/open?id=1tr2vTrNpcF0fga_Ec0Fw0nxy1GMWilOf
Unfortunately, due to flooding where the trip was to be the senior trip has been cancelled. Please make sure If you have a senior to let them know!
State Track Schedule: Friday, May 24 8:00 AM: Boys’ Shot Put Prelims & Finals: Adam Miller 9:00 AM: Girls’ 100 Hurdles Prelims*: Maddie Schurle 9:45 AM: Girls’ Javelin Prelims & Finals: Laurel Barber 10:05 AM: Boys’ 4X100 Relay Prelims*: Travis McCall, Dillon Spellman, Aiden Boeckman, Luke Stuhlsatz, Sean Dugger, Jace Reves 11:30 AM: Girls’ Triple Jump Prelims & Finals: Laurel Barber, Lauren Schutter 12:05 PM: Girls’ 200 Dash Prelims*: Lauren Schutter *Top 2 from each heat and the next 4 best times will qualify for Finals. Field Events qualify the top 8 distance for the Finals. Saturday May 25 9:00 AM: Boys’ 100 Dash Prelims*: Aiden Boeckman 9:30 AM: Girls’ 100 Hurdles Finals 11:30 PM: Girls’ Long Jump Prelims & Finals: Lauren Schutter 1:05 PM: Boys’ 100 Dash Finals 3:20 PM: Boys’ 4X100 Relay Finals 5:30 PM: Boys’ 800 Run Finals: Jace Reves 5:50 PM: Girls’ 200 Dash Finals
Alma Elementary's Talent Show is Monday, 2:00pm IN THE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM.
Softball Regional Schedule for today has changed ACCHS is having to forfeit today's game vs Oskaloosa so the winner of the Wabaunsee vs Rossville game at 3 pm will turn around and play right away at 5 pm against Oskaloosa.
NO GAMES AT MCLOUTH OR OSKALOOSA FOR SOFTBALL TODAY MAY 13 DUE TO FIELD CONDITIONS Games will be Tuesday at McLouth and Oskaloosa. Wabaunsee will still play at 3 pm in Oskaloosa. Game times are 3:00, 4:30 and 6:00 pm. Finals will be at McLouth on Wednesday at 5:30 pm.
Just a reminder that the Middle School Science Fair/Art Night is on Tuesday the 14th from 5:30-6:30 pm in the MS lunchroom. The Middle and Junior High School Music Concert is afterwards, at 7pm in the Junior High gym. Please come out, and support the arts and sciences!!
Please come out and support the PMS Leader in Me Fundraising Team tomorrow at the Ties and Tutus Fun Run. Registration begins at 7:30. Cost is $5.00. Email email@example.com for more information!
There will be an open house tonight at 6:15 for industrial and visual arts. The sports and academics awards are to follow at 7:00.
Advanced CAD Model, the result of more than 900 hours of student work, places first at tech fair https://whscharger.com/2019/05/08/model-students/
Regional baseball bracket has been finalized: Wabaunsee will be hosting and playing Lebo/Waverly on Monday, May 13 at 3:30 PM. Complete bracket is at http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/ScoreCenter/Brackets/Baseball/2-1ARegional.cfm?Activity=3&Class=2-1A&WeekID=3314
Regional softball bracket has been finalized: Wabaunsee will be playing in Oskaloosa on Monday, May 13 at 3 PM against Rossville. Complete bracket is at http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/ScoreCenter/Brackets/Softball/2-1ARegional.cfm?Activity=3&Class=2-1A&WeekID=3303
Baseball and softball games at Osage City for today, May 7, have been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.
Kaytlyn, Bryce, Keaton, and Jackson receive blue (superior) ribbons for their architectural plans at the FHSU Tech Fair.
Varsity Baseball is still AT Westmoreland starting @ 4:30. Varsity Softball is now IN ALMA beginning at 4:00 pm. There are NO JV games for either baseball or softball tonight.
Update on Games 5/3: Varsity Baseball is still at Westmoreland at 4:30 Varsity Softball is now in Alma at 4:00 There are no JV games for either baseball or softball.
Support the AES PTO by eating at Gambinos Thursday, May 2nd. Just fill out this form: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/348911/AlmaPTOFund050219.pdf
Elementary Art and Music Program is tomorrow, May 2nd, for Maple Hill: 5:30pm art viewing, music begins at 6:00pm. And for Alma, Monday, May 6th: 5:30pm art viewing at AES, 6:00pm music begins in HS Auditorium. Come enjoy art and songs of learning and leadership!
Due to the Rock Creek games being cancelled today, they have been rescheduled for this Friday, May 3. Varsity Softball will start at 4:00 at Rock Creek. Varsity Baseball will start at 4:30 at Rock Creek. JV Baseball at Osage has been cancelled as there is not enough players for two teams. JV Softball WILL STILL travel to Osage for their game as there IS enough players for the two teams.
Today’s Softball/Baseball/Track have all been cancelled for today due to the weather. Softball & Baseball are still discussing makeup options. Track will be attending the Riley County meet this Friday, May 3rd starting at 3:00 pm in place of today’s meet.
PMS Fundraising Team is at it again! They are hosting a Ties and Tutus Fun Run on 11 May. To sign up, or for more information, please click on the Google form link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfpz5QeF8kTkkY_j1VG_ELcuec7-q2k7pqPgBLOnFDa6aKE5w/viewform?usp=sf_link
Prom pictures are available from Capoun Photography for purchase: https://capounphotography.zenfolio.com/p753940005
Prom has arrived! Courthouse pictures from 4:45-5:30. Promenade is at Newbury 6:00! Class pictures will be taken inside after the Promenade.
Regional Softball will be at McLouth. More info at http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/Softball/Regionals.cfm
Wabaunsee will be hosting Regional Baseball. More info at http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/Baseball/Regionals.cfm
Regional track will be at Jefferson County North in Winchester. More info at http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/Track/RegionalAssignments.cfm
Friday's HS Track Meet has been postponed until Monday and moved to Emporia State University. Field Events now start at 3:30 and Running Events now start at 4:00.
From The Charger: WHS to switch from block to 7-hour schedule https://whscharger.com/2019/03/27/whs-to-switch-from-block-to-7-hour-schedule/
Baseball and softball opened their seasons last night with a complete sweep of Chase County.
Congrats to Abby for being an automatic selection to participate in the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game June 22, 6 PM at Mabee Arena on the campus of Kansas Wesleyan University.
A couple of more post-season basketball awards we've been informed of include Wabaunsee High School earning Sportsmanship plaques and medals during the state basketball tournament and Abby making the Capital Journal's All Classes 3rd Team, that's the Top 15 in the State!
Congrats on post-season basketball awards! Abby Oliver: All MEL 1st Team, Capital Journal 2A All-State 1st Team, Sports in KS 2A All-Tournament Team, Sports in KS 2A Player of the Year
Congrats on post-season basketball awards! Madelyn Hutley: All MEL 1st Team, Capital Journal 2A All-State 2nd Team, Sports in KS 2A All-Tournament Team
Congrats on post-season basketball awards! Autymn Schreiner: All MEL 1st Team, Capital Journal 2A All-State Honorable Mention
Congrats on post-season basketball awards! Rhett Murray: All MEL Honorable Mention
Abby Oliver is a Sports in Kansas 2A Player of the Year Finalist http://kansas-sports.com/ks/news/?id=11290&t=sports-in-ks-girls-basketball-poy-finalists-announced
Lady Chargers place 3rd in state 2A with a win over Trego 49-36. This earns the ladies their 2nd top three finish in three years.
Wabaunsee up 45-35. 5:10 left in 4th.
End of 3rd - Chargers up 40-33
Timeout Trego 4:53 left in 3rd. Chargers up 24-23.
Halftime. Chargers up 24-21.
4:00 left in 2nd. Hutley with a 3 adds to lead - Chargers up 21 to 16
End of 1st - Chargers down 8 to 12
Lady Chargers tip off against Trego Eagles to play for 3rd.
Tip off at noon. Here is KSHSAA's state basketball broadcast schedule if you are unable to make the trip to Hays:http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/PDF/winterbroadcastschedule.pdf You can check if any are broadcasting. It looks like openspaces is not broadcasting our game.
Olathe-Heritage vs Wabaunsee stats. https://docs.google.com/a/usd329.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxrc2hzYWFzdGF0ZWJhc2tldGJhbGx8Z3g6MTEzN2QwOWIzOGVmZGY2Nw
Heartbreaking loss. Final is 55-51 OT. Girls will play at noon Saturday for 3rd.
Down 3 with 11.1 left. Charger ball.
30.2 left down 53-51. GP shooting two
OT in Hays. Tied at 47.
GP 3 with 20 seconds ties game at 47. Timeout with 10.7 left. Chargers ball.
Hutley free throws and a GP basket makes it 46-44 with 38.4 left. Charger ball.
Timeout Charger ball up 44-42 with 59.3
1:34 now 44-42
2:29 now 42-41
Schreiner bucket and one, now 42-38 3:00 to go
Hutley basket puts Chargers up 39-37 with 3:39 to go
End of 3 up 32-29
Halftime score is now 24-20 Wabaunsee.
End of 1, up 11-10.
You should be able to catch the game this afternoon at http://openspacessports.com/wp/live-broadcasts/
Final 92-42! Girls will play at 3 pm Friday.
End of 3 up 69-23.
Girls are up 51-17 at half! Keep it up Chargers!
Here is KSHSAA's state basketball broadcast schedule if you are unable to make the trip to Hays: http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/PDF/winterbroadcastschedule.pdf
Come out and enjoy the combined Wabaunsee and Mission Valley band and choir concert. It is tonight at 7 in the WHS auditorium.
If you have not done so, the April 1st deadline is approaching to order a high school yearbook. http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A02521000
WHS After Prom Online Registration: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSepjCmMJpy__ZA6xRV8AGIgBTduFJWp5-B7IibmgZ1DUtusKw/viewform PDF versions are available in the news section.
No AM preschool tomorrow
Due to negative windchills and drifting snow Wabaunsee 3 2 9 will on a 2 hour delay tomorrow Monday, March 4th. Stay safe!
State Bracket has been released. Chargers will play in Hays Thursday March 7 at 3:00 PM against Heritage Christian Academy. More details to come later. http://www.kshsaa.org/public/Basketball/Brackets/2AState.htm
Final from Marion: girls win 52-19. Will play in finals tomorrow at 3 in Marion against winner of Herington vs Northern Heights.
Girls are up 23-15 at half.
Scholar Athlete of the Week: Kinsey Stuewe https://www.ksnt.com/sports/scholar-athlete-of-the-week-kinsey-stuewe/1819329796
Sub-State BB Update 2A Sub-State at Marion Due to weather forecast, the decision has been made to change start times for the finals at Marion on Saturday, March 2 so traveling teams can return safely. Girls will start at 3 PM with the boys to follow. 1A Sub-State hosted by Wabaunsee Also due to weather forecast and potential of one school having teams playing at both the Wabaunsee and Clay Center sub-state sites, the start times for the finals at Wabaunsee on Saturday, March 2 have been changed. Girls will start at 4 PM with the boys to follow.
WHS student, Kinsey Stuewe, was nominated and chosen as KSNT's Scholar Athlete of the Week. It will air tonight on Fox 43 and KSNT 27 at 9 and 10 pm. Congratulations Kinsey!!
Please check your personal email for a district generated note regarding online Internet safety. Thanks
Due to snow days missed we will have school on the scheduled in-service day, Monday April 8th, 2019.
Wabaunsee HS Baseball apparel is available. Place your order now! Store closes at midnight 2/27! https://wabaunseebaseball2019.itemorder.com/ via @OrderMyGear
Sub-State Update: the girls will play Friday at 6 PM against Hillsboro. The game will be played in Marion at the Marion Sports and Aquatic Center. The address is 100 N Thorp St, Marion, KS 66861.
Ladies will move on to the semi-finals with a 58-24 win over Goessel.
Boys season comes to an end, but not without a fight. Final at Hillsboro was 78-64.
The regularly scheduled March BOE will be on Monday, March 18th-7pm at Wabaunsee Junior High-Paxico
Boys also win final regular season game over Herington 69-24.
Ladies wrap up regular season with a 70-33 win over Herington.
Wabaunsee USD #329 is compiling a list of potential Kindergarten students for the 2019/2020 school year. See more info in the news section! Please spread the word to upcoming kindergarten students!
Past picture of Washburn signing day: Juniors Tyler Clark and Frank Gilbert !
Boys fall 63-34 to Silver Lake.
With a 62-30 win over Silver Lake, the Ladies finish MEL play 9-1 and League Champs!
From The Charger Newspaper: AES book club encourages reading for fun https://whscharger.com/2019/02/21/aes-book-club-encourages-reading-for-fun/
Additional Sub-State Info: Boys will go to Hillsboro on Monday. Girls will host Goessel on Tuesday. Both nights start at 7:00 pm. Semi-finals will be Thursday (boys) and Friday (girls) in Marion. Game times to be determined. Finals for both are Saturday in Marion. Admission each night is $6 Adults; $5 K-12 Students. Address for game Monday at Hillsboro is: 400 E Grand, Hillsboro, KS 67063 Fans can park in the East parking lot and enter in between the buildings, or they can park on the South side of the gym (A Street) and enter directly into the gym. Address for games at Marion is: 701 E Main, Marion, 66861
Sub-State Basketball brackets have been released. Boys will play Monday at Hillsboro. Girls will host Goessel on Tuesday. Both nights start at 7 PM. Complete brackets: http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/Basketball/SSAssignments.cfm
Wabaunsee 329 Schools will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, February 20th. Stay safe!
Girls cruise to a 50-31 win at St. Marys while the boys lose another heartbreaker on a last second shot, 50-48.
No Calendar Change-After talking with staff, we are able to absorb the 10 additional needed minutes in house at Wabaunsee Jr. High and Paxico Middle School. Our state mandated hours are based upon the school that goes the least total hours-WJH/PMS. The students are already at the schools and the staff will then begin class 10 minutes earlier at WJH and 5 minutes at PMS. Consequently, we'll reserve the right to add 10 minutes to each of the schools days in case it's needed. So, we will NOT be adding 10 minutes to the end of the school day, but will continue to not have Collaborative Starts. I apologize for the inconvenience and hopefully we'll not have to add the 10 minutes to the end of the school day
Due to pending weather forecast, tomorrow's (Feb 19) games at St. Marys have been modified. Varsity Girls will start at 4:45 along with the JV Boys. Following those games, will be the Varsity Boys and JV Girls around 6:00. There will be no C team games.
Scheduled game today with Herington postponed till next Friday, February 22nd. Stay safe!
Due to forecasted snow accumulations of between 4 to 5 inches of blowing snow, there will be no school tomorrow. Friday, February 15th. Stay safe.
Due to pending weather tomorrow night, the following changes have been made for the High School basketball games verse Herington High School. 4:30 Varsity Girls followed by Varsity Boys. There will be NO JV or C team games. Note that games will continue whether we have school tomorrow or not, IF the roads have cleared. There will also be NO FCA 5th Quarter following the games and NO Relay 4 Life Sloppy Joe meal. The Relay 4 Life sloppy joe meal has been moved to Thursday’s games verse Silver Lake.
Regional Wrestling Friday, Feb. 15 at Rossville has been changed to start at 10 AM.
Boys stay calm and hit clutch free throws down the stretch, beat Rossville 54-45.
Girls complete season sweep of Rossville with a 58-36 win.
Tomorrow Tuesday Wabaunsee schools will be on a 2 hour delay. Stay safe
7th Grade Boys lost to Rock Creek in the Championship game 39-19
8th Grade Boys defeated Rossville tonight 48 -9 to take 5th place in the Mid East League tournament.
Scholars’ Bowl ended a great season with a 5th place finish at the state tournament. Great job Chargers!
7th Grade Boys defeated Rossville 33 to 25 and advance to the Championship game on Monday night.
8th Grade Boys lose to St.Mary's and end pool play in a 3 way tie. The the breaker puts us playing Rossville for 5th.
WHS Scholar’s Bowl goes 4 and 1 in Pool Play! The Chargers advance to the Championship Rounds!
8th Grade Boys follow up with another win over Silver Lake. 39 to 38
7th Grade Boys start tournament with a Win over Silver Lake 21 to 16
In the boys game, the Chargers battled but had a lot of close shots not go their way in a 52-30 loss to Riley County.
League wrestling results: 132 - Eli 3rd 160 - Derek 1st HWT - Koby 2nd
Ladies fall at home to Riley County in OT, 61-51.
Bus schedules 7:45 from WHS to jr high and middle school in Paxico. 7:28 at the Jr high to Alma. Jerry will leave Maple Hill at 6:55 for WHS. And 7:45 for the kids going to the jr high. High school kids will go to the Jr high and board Steve liras bus
Wabaunsee schools will be in session tomorrow, Friday. However, due to-continued icy country roads buses will not run routes, but will still shuttle students at their regular times from schools to schools in the morning and reverse the procedures in the afternoon. We realize this is an inconvenience for our bus students and families. As always parents have the say if they want their children to be driving tomorrow and if you chose to excuse your student there will be no negative ramifications. Stay safe!
Due to continued concerns with cold temperatures, ice and possible snow U S D Wabaunsee will be closer tomorrow Thursday. All activities cancelled. Stay Safe!
Wabaunsee USD #329 is compiling a list of potential Kindergarten students for the 2019/2020 school year. See more info in the news section!
Scores from last night’s basketball games at Mission Valley: Girls won 58-18 Boys lost 46-34
Due to concerns with continued worsening icy conditions USD 329 Wabaunsee will dismiss today at 1 pm. No afternoon activities. Stay safe!
Scholars Bowl returns to state Submitted by The Charger. https://whscharger.com/2019/02/05/scholars-bowl-returns-to-state/
Boys fall at Rossville 52-36.
Girls jump out big early, win at Rossville 54-25.
Paxico Middle School is doing a t-shirt fundraiser. Please follow the link to order a shirt. The t-shirt was designed by WHS student Macy Falk. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeBhTbGpg4JHDu_5jtR8LJNcEKRaWTidSze76kZKiFCqyhtMg/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1
Boys’ efforts put them back in the win column, win 45-41 at Lyndon.
Girls have no trouble taming the Tigers, winning 77-20 at Lyndon.
Due to tomorrow morning’s forecasted wind chills of -15 to -25 there will be no school Wednesday and no activities. Stay safe!
Girls get big win on the road at Riley County, 58-32, and despite their efforts, the boys come up short, 36-50.
New Scholarship for seniors in the Health field! Yea!! Thank you Wamego Hospital Foundation!! ( offered through WF/ KRF.
7th Grade Boys lost a close one at Rossville 24-29. 8th Grade Boys won 30-23
No school tomorrow Wednesday January 23rd. All activities cancelled. Stay safe.
Sorry for the second notice. Some people weren’t receiving the notifications. School dismissed at 1 today due to icy conditions. All activities cancelled.
Due to icy conditions developing. Schools will be dismissed at 1 today. All activities cancelled. Stay safe!
8th Grade boys drop a tough one to St.Mary's tonight. 27-53
7th Grade Boys get a win tonight at home against St.Marys 28-20
Santa Fe Trail wins the “battle of the Chargers”, defeating our boys 63-40.
Girls finish Panther Classic with a 53-21 win over Santa Fe Trail. Great job Chargers!
2nd graders visit Volland Store https://www.facebook.com/800461360013372/posts/2210826945643466/?sfnsn=cl
Boys lose heartbreaker, 47-45 in OT to Royal Valley.
8th Grade Boys get the lead late and hang on to beat Riley County 39-36
Ladies efforts come up short, losing 53-45 at Royal Valley in game 2 of the Panther Classic.
Congratulations to the Wabaunsee County Conservation District's, "Healthy Soils Are Full of Life" Poster contest winners from USD #329! Sadie Wright – 1st/2nd grade category & Aubrey Imthurn – 5th/ 6th grade category Not only was Aubrey her category winner, but the overall prize winner out of all participating schools! Here she is pictured... way to go!!
7th Grade Boys lose a tough one at the end to Riley County 29-27
Boys battle Chapman well for 3 quarters, end up on wrong end of a 50-30 game.
Ladies handle Chapman, win 62-39 in first game of the Panther Classic at Royal Valley.
Due to the pending forecast, Royal Valley has decided to move up the tournament to start tomorrow, Wednesday, January 16. Game times are as follows: Wednesday: Girls 3:30, Boys 5:00 Thursday: Girls 6:30, Boys 8:00 Friday: Girls 3:30, Boys 5:00
Schedule for Royal Valley Varsity Basketball Tournament: Thursday, Jan. 17: Girls 3:30, Boys 5:00 (Chapman) Friday, Jan. 18: Girls 6:30, Boys 8:00 (Royal Valley) Saturday, Jan. 19: Girls 12:00, Boys 1:30 (Santa Fe Trail)
Boys battle Rock Creek and miss a game-tying shot at the buzzer to lose 43-41.
Ladies sweep season series against Rock Creek, winning 46-26.
SCHEDULE UPDATE: Tonight's basketball games are being played as scheduled. However, the Winter Royalty dance following the games as been cancelled. The wrestling tournament scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 12 has also been cancelled.
New PE teacher starts at WHS Read more...https://whscharger.com/2019/01/10/new-p-e-teacher-starts-at-whs/
New Spanish teacher David Amer looks forward to teaching at Wabaunsee. Read more at: https://whscharger.com/2019/01/10/new-spanish-teacher-starts-at-whs/
WHS January Newsletter: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/283614/Jan_2019_FINAL_.pdf
8th Grade Boys hang on to beat Rossville. 34 - 30
7th Grade Boys Basketball started the season off with a Win over Rossville. 34 - 17
January is school board recognition month. Thank you, USD 329 Board Members for your dedication and service! #thankBOE
The Booster Club is planning a soup supper for Winter Royalty. Here is the link to sign up to bring items or help. If questions contact a Booster Club member. http://signup.com/go/KVptdDn
Boys battle St. Marys but come up short, 56-43.
First game back from break and the ladies cruise to a 47-21 win over St. Marys.
WHS announced the Winter Royalty candidates Thursday afternoon. Read more for The Charger Newspaper Staff..... https://whscharger.com/2019/01/04/whs-announces-winter-royalty-candidates-spirit-days/
Faces of KS: Abby Oliver Jason Oliver formed a competitive softball team for the girls in the Alma-Wabaunsee area when his daughter, Abby, was around 10 years old. Read more... http://kansas-sports.com/ks/news/?id=11151&t=faces-in-ks-abby-oliver
With some time after school this afternoon the AES 4th grade computer science club completed Wonder Workshop Mission 2! Mission 1 and 3 are also done! https://drive.google.com/a/usd329.com/file/d/1cepyDB3rJ8uV9smri2CIbU7mxwRA0jri/view?usp=drivesdk
Please check out the K-8 artwork from 1st Semester! https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kg9fwDXjzO4CYDKHj1fcwxbikF9ersBd
The screen printing class has finalized two designs to sell for basketball and general athletics. The order form is online. Deadline is now Dec 19th. https://goo.gl/forms/BV89Hv3RMTm7Xf7k2
Santa’s Express Christmas shopping!
Wabaunsee will be hosting a Regional Scholars' Bowl meet at the end of January. Complete list of host sites: http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/ScholarsBowl/RegionalAssignments.cfm
Come enjoy our selections of Christmas music to celebrate this season of giving! The Alma Elementary Christmas Program is TONIGHT, students please arrive in the old gym by 6:45pm. Performance is in the High School Auditorium at 7:00pm.
With a 60-40 win over Northern Heights, the ladies go 2-1 to finish second in the first annual Wabaunsee Basketball Invitational! Great job ladies!
Congrats to the boys JV team for their 3-0 record to take the championship in the first annual JV Basketball Invitational!
Boys get first W of the season with a scrappy win over Solomon, 47-40.
Ladies cruise to a 65-25 win over Solomon.
Boys lose hard fought game to Frankfort in night cap, 47-42.
Ladies drop game 1 of home invitational to Frankfort, 58-48.
7th Grade Lady Chargers get a big win tonight over Riley County 31-17.
Coach Smart would like to thank everybody that came to Friday night’s game and for all the support. Thank you and we’d love to see you this week at the tournament as well.
WHS drama is an hour away from its fall production: "Closed for the Holidays." come to the WHS auditorium to watch the students preform! $5 adults, $3 students.
Boys lost a slugfest, 64-63 in OT to Axtell.
Ladies start the basketball season with a 54-37 home win over Axtell.
Regional wrestling assignments have been posted. Wabaunsee will be making the short trip to Rossville. Complete list of assignments is here: http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/Wrestling/RegAssignments.cfm
Sub-State basketball assignments have been posted. Wabaunsee will be traveling to Marion. Complete list of assignments is here: http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/Basketball/pdf/18-19SSRegAssignments.pdf
School tomorrow. Please be careful on country roads. Some still icy, snow packed. Be safe, slow down and remember you maybe able to go, but the problem is when you try and stop. Take your time.
Due to icy country roads and cold temperatures we’re closing again tomorrow Tuesday 11/27. All activities are cancelled as well.
No school tomorrow 11/26/2018. Stay safe. Per policy-All activities and practices cancelled as well.
8th Grade Girls get a win tonight over St.Mary's 16-9
WHS Volleyball post season honors. Alyssa Lohmeyer, Laurel Barber & Alexis Hafenstine, MEL All League; Alyssa & Laurel, State All Tournament Team; Laurel 1st team All State, Alyssa 2nd team All State.
Wabaunsee FCCLA qualified for nationals in the knowledge bowl!!! Anaheim here we come!!
7th grade girls basketball defeats Washburn Rural 26 to 6 and Santa Fe Trail 21 to 16 today at Santa Fe Trail High School.
One of the issues facing our students today is the use of E-cigarettes, often referred to as vaping. Read more in the News Feed section. http://www.usd329.com/article/73219?org=usd-329
New books are available in the WHS library! https://whscharger.com/2018/11/08/new-books-available-in-the-whs-library/
CAD class building model of the school: https://whscharger.com/2018/11/07/cad-building-model-of-whs/
Junior Lady Chargers 7 A wins a close one tonight 14-13 over Rock Creek
National Honor Society inducts new members: https://whscharger.com/2018/11/06/national-honor-society-inducts-5-new-members/
The Wabaunsee FCCLA Knowledge Bowl team just found out that they took first place in the October TeamSmarts competition over Personal Finance and won $100 for the chapter!!
Junior Lady Chargers win 2 of 3 vs Rossville tonight. 8A wins, 30-22 and the B team wins , 27-6.
The gym will be open after school this week for anyone wanting to work on their basketball skills.
State cross country times: http://kansas-sports.com/ks/news/?id=10895&t=sports-in-kansas;-2a-boys-all-state-xc
Chargers efforts come up a little short against Garden Plain, lose 25-27, 11-25 to finish second at state! Great season Chargers!
Boys cross country team competed well, but came up a bit short. Finish in 6th, just 8 points out of third in a very close race. Great job Chargers!
Chargers take down undefeated Colgan 27-25, 25-22 in the semifinals! Great job Chargers!
Chargers will play Saturday at 10 in the semifinals against Pittsburg-St. Mary’s Colgan.
Chargers finish pool play 2-1 after scores of 25-18, 25-14 to beat Ellinwood.
Chargers are now 1-1 in pool play after losing to Smith Center 25-17, 25-21.
With scores of 30-28, 25-21 the Chargers defeated Meade and are 1-0 in pool play.
Can’t make it to Hays to watch the Chargers at State Volleyball today? The 10:00 game vs Meade will be broadcast live - http://openspacessports.com/wp/live-broadcasts/. Go Chargers!
Chargers battle with Troy but come up short, final 54-21.
Bus Driver Appreciation Day! Please thank your drivers for all they do in keeping our children safe!
WIN-WIN! The football game scheduled for Friday, October 26 has been moved to Thursday, October 25. Game is at Troy and will start at 7 pm. This will allow for support of both the volleyball team at state and the football team in their first playoff game.
WHS state volleyball plays at Ft. Hays State University, Friday at 10, 1 and 2 #chargerpride
Bus Driver Appreciation Day-Wednesday, October 24th. Please thank them for keeping our children safe!
Reminder-Student led Parent/Teacher Conferences this week. Please attend! Contact your child's respective school for times and days.
RED RIBBON WEEK at WHS: MON: Bracelets handed out to keep with you all week for a prize Thursday! TUES: Dress like a tourist - Be drug free on your travels WED: City wide wear RED for DRUG Prevention THURS: 9:15-10:30 - The truth about drugs speakers
Paxico Middle School will have a Library/Media Tech position opening 1/1/2019. If you are interested, please contact Steve Oliver, Principal (785)636-5353.
State bound! With a 25-23, 25-22 win over Herington, the Chargers make this their 4th trip in 5 years! Great job Chargers! Good luck at state!
Sub-state VB update: Chargers beat Mission Valley 25-12, 25-13.
Congrats to the boys cross country team as they all qualify for state! Individually, they also had Alex and Luke qualify! Girls ran hard, but did not have any qualifiers. Good luck at state!
Chargers win! Final score 16-7 over Northern Heights! Great job Chargers!
Check out a preview of tonight's choir and band concert, 7 p.m. in the WHS Auditorium. https://whscharger.com/2018/10/18/choir-prepares-for-fall-concert/
Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat has been canceled for Sunday afternoon. Reschedule TBA.
Chargers score late, but fall to Centralia 52-14.
League cross country results from Thursday: Boys team finished second Luke S earned All-League with an 8th place finish Wabaunsee will be hosting Regionals on the 20th. Good luck Chargers!
Both JV and V come away with sweeps of Burlingame and Rock Creek during their final home volleyball matches Thursday night. Way to go Chargers!
The Junior High Football game scheduled for tonight vs Osage City has been postponed The game will be played Monday Oct. 15 at 6:30
Due to pending weather, the JV football game for tonight has been cancelled. It will not be made up.
Today’s Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat event for FBLA and FCCLA has been postponed. Make up date to be announced.
Final home football game is in the books. Final score Valley Heights 52, Chargers 8.
Schreiner loses 3-6, 7-5, 10-5 to Sacred Heart at regionals, bringing an end to a great Chargers tennis season.
After the round of 16, Autymn Shcreiner is still in contention at tennis regionals. She'll play Mateucci from Salina Sacred-Heart with a trip to state on the line.
Junior Charger Football drops a tough one at Riley County tonight. 38-14
Junior Chargers Volleyball won 3 of 4 matches at Riley County tonight . 7A ,7B and 8B were victorious.
WHS Weight Room Annual Fee is up for renewal by October 31st for the 2018-2019 school year.
Sr night (10/5) will now take place at half-time, which includes the 2018 State Championship Sball team being recognized. Fball Srs will be recognized immediately following the game. The Booster Club mulligan will now start at 5:00 pm. FCA will host 5th quarter after the game.
Due to the possible severe weather tomorrow night, the WHS Football game vs Valley Heights has been moved up to 6:00 pm start time.
October 16- Last day to register to vote in the General Election. Click here to get registered! October 17- Advance Voting by Mail begins. Click here to request your advance ballot! October 22- Advance Voting in person begins. Many counties across Kansas will begin advance voting in person at the local election office or other designated areas. Questions about where to vote early? Contact your County Election Office. November 6- Election Day! Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Click here to find your polling location or see a sample ballot.
Mixed results for volleyball Tuesday against Rock Creek as the JV lost both of their matches, while the C-team won it's match and the Varsity won both of their matches.
Varsity volleyball sweeps their way through the Onaga tournament to improve to 22-7 on the season.
Boys Cross Country takes 1st and Girls takes 2nd at Centralia! 5 boy medalists and 4 girls!
Charger volleyball get second win of the day against Blue Valley Rams
Charger volleyball starts the day off with a win against Wetmore
Chargers battle it out at Hillsboro, but fall 32-6.
Sub-State Volleyball assignments have been posted. Wabaunsee will be traveling to Herington. Complete list found at http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/Volleyball/PDF/Assignments18.pdf.
Regional Cross Country assignments have been posted. Wabaunsee will be hosting a 2A meet for the first time since 2011! Complete list found at http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/CrossCountry/RegAssignments.cfm.
Classifications have been released. As expected, Wabaunsee will be 2A. Complete list found at http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/General/Classifications.cfm.
Regional tennis sites have been posted. Wabaunsee will be at Heston. Complete listings found at http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/Tennis/GirlsAssignments.cfm.
Tough night for volleyball as the Chargers drop 2 matches to St. Marys. Record now is 16-7.
WHS Yearbook Orders are due this week! Cost is $30 until September 30th. Order online: http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A02521000 OR pick up an order form in the office.
Chargers fall to Jefferson County North 38-6.
If you haven't go to the app or play store and download our app. Search for Wabaunsee. Get notifications, access to documents, calendars, lunch menus, and more.
WHS spirit dress for Friday - Battleship Day Wear red or blue.
Thursday is Life Day. Dress up as your future career.
The WHS home CC meet, the Jason McKinney Memorial, is Thursday. Race Schedule: 4:00 JH Girls 4:30 JH Boys 5:00 HS Girls 5:45 HS Boys 6:15 Awards Free admission, hope to see lots of people there!
WHS Homecoming Week - Wednesday is Cranium Day - Dress up as a Nerd Day.
Volleyball results from tonight's matches with Riley County: C team: WHS won 25-10, 25-11 JV: WHS split winning 25-18, 25-18 and losing 25-22, 25-9 V: WHS swept, winning 28-26, 25-14 and 18-25, 25-10, 25-21
Reminder that tomorrow is a Late Start Day for USD #329
Lots of great tennis at Perry-Lecompton. Schreiner playing for 5th, Ogden for 9th and Evans/Stuewe play Bolinder/Feyh for a spot at the top of the consolation bracket.
Buy your WHS yearbook at the lowest price of the year until Sept 30th for only $30! http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A02521000
WHS students - Pajama day today!
WHS September Newsletter: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/229263/WHS_Sept_2018_Newsletter.pdf
JV football team takes care of business, wins 22-6 over Central Heights. Great game Chargers!
Autymn Schreiner places 2nd at Clay Center tennis, Kendyl Bolinder/Raegan Feyh 3rd in #2 doubles. The team plays some of the best teams in 321A Tuesday at the Perry-Lecompton meet in Lawrence.
Congratulations to the 7th Grade girls Volleyball team who took 2nd Place at the Perry Lecompton Tournnament today.
7th Grade Volleyball team advances to Championship Match at Perry.
8th Grade Girls Volleyball takes 5th Place at Perry Lecompton winning 5 of 8 games.
Journalists put the final touches on their entry in the Kansas State Fair Scholastic Print competition. 10 hours to interview, photograph, write, design and edit a 4-page paper: Check it out: https://drive.google.com/file/d/111pJOtbltplgFvXm5freiMQ2cEqhBZkg/view?usp=sharing
The football team came up a little short at Central Heights, losing 34-22.
8th Grade Girls Cross country Rebecca Stuhsatz 1st Jenna Donaldson 2nd.
Immediate opening: USD 329 Bus Driver-training, licensing provided-Contact District Office 765-3394
Immediate opening for WHS Special Education Paraprofessional-https://wamego.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=405
Varsity VB drops both matches against Marysville and St. Marys while the JV squad split.
AES Picture Day Tomorrow (Tuesday)!
The cross country meet scheduled for tomorrow, Sept. 8 at Wamego has been cancelled. This meet will not be rescheduled.
Reminder that today is Wabaunsee High School Picture Day!
Tennis at Topeka-Seaman today has been postponed until tomorrow, Sept. 6. Same location and time.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, September 5th Collaborative Start. School bell rings at 8:30 AM and classes begin at 8:35. Buses run 25 minutes later and breakfast will be served.
JV football holds off a late Patriots drive, wins 26-24!
Great start to the cross country season at Marysville! Boys took 1st and girls took 3rd! Four individual medalists from both teams and 2 more from Jr High.
Chargers battle but fall 41-0 to Christ Prep.
Starting Wed, Sept 5th Collaborative Starts every 1st & 3rd Weds of the month. School starts @ 8:30AM, buses run 25 mins later and breakfast will be served.
The location for the tennis meet scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 1 has changed. It will now be held at Kossover Tennis Center, 2501 SW Gage Blvd. in Topeka.
Junior Chargers Football falls to St.Mary's tonight 24 - 6
Junior Chargers Volleyball opened league play tonight at St.Mary's winning both 7th and both 8th grade matches
To clear up some questions about collaborative starts: Purpose-to be used for Collaborative time between teachers, staff & administration. Much of which will be used for curriculum/professional development- horizontally (IE-both 3rd grade teachers meet) & vertically (IE-WJH teachers meet with high school teachers to share what needs to be taught to prepare them for high school and PMS teachers meet with WJH teachers to share what needs to be taught to prepare them for WJH). State standards and The Leader in Me are to be matched to teaching lessons for appropriate grade and subject areas. Goals, timelines, lesson plans are to be matched to these standards. Administration is present to ensure accountability, provide guidance and resources based upon these goals. Not to be used for IEP, SIT meetings, etc. Why not "early releases" in the afternoons? Students released 45 minutes earlier than normal and then asking them to come back for practices, activities. Staff leaving early to "prepare" for or being involved in practices and activities. Students leaving campus or on campus without supervision has the potential of creating major issues. Accountability-students are to build their student leadership notebooks from these goals & timelines. Through intentional teaching of TLIM model they are responsible for their own destinies. Setting and tracking goals is paramount to student success. Teachers are there to facilitate, provide guidance and direction; giving students the information and model to be successful & effective citizens. Teachers are responsible to intentionally teach what they'll be testing-IE standards to be tested on local, state and national tests. By mastering these respective standards we should ensure our students have the background and ability to be successful & effective citizens. This will be measured by the KSDE report card and percentage of students who are successful & effective students. The goal is for 75% of our students to be successful & effective (per KSDE guidelines) as evidenced by them having any one or combination of: Associates Degree, Bachelors Degree, Industry Certification-IE CNA, Welder; enlisted in the Military or having a post secondary job. Times-Buses will pick up and run 25 minutes later than normal times. All district classes will start at 8:35 AM Breakfast-Those asking for breakfast will be receiving it either when they arrive at school or at the "second chance" breakfast times per respective buildings. I am empathetic to this being an inconvenience and some adjustments may need to be made during the process, but the expectation is that we will have Collaborative Starts beginning Wednesday, Sept 5th as outlined above.
Varsity Volleyball improves to 5-2 with wins over Riley County (25-22, 25-15) and Chapman (25-14, 25-19) last night.
AES Open House tonight at 7pm! Meet the teachers! Visit the classrooms! Enjoy refreshments!
Another fantastic volleyball tournament to start the season! Couldn’t have done it without all of the table workers, gate keepers, officials, team volunteers, and especially the hospitality hosts! Many complements yet again about the outstanding hospitality room!
Congrats to the ladies on their second place finish at the 2018 Amy Schutter tournament!
Tennis took first as a team today at the Wamego meet! Way to start of the season!
Today's Wabaunsee High School Tennis Match in Wamego has been postponed until tomorrow at same time! Due to this, the Tennis scrimmage has been cancelled for Friday.
More sign making tonight! Volleyball, Cross Country, Cheer and Band! High School 5:45pm And tennis if they get rained out!
Team WHS football shirt orders are due by 8/24. The team profits on these to pay for team meals: https://goo.gl/forms/1QAJjXoeJ4n7vA3c2
Teachers are back at school for in-service. School starts Thursday!
Make sure to check out the Documents section on the APP or under MENU on the website for school supply lists, the yearly calendar, and more!
Starting Wed Sept 5th, every 1st & 3rd Wed of the month school will start at 8:30 am -Collaborative Starts -Teacher professional development. Buses will run later, breakfast served at regular time.
Enrollment today: noon-7pm at Wabaunsee Junior High-Paxico
USD 329 Patrons: THE WEIGHT ROOM AND ENTRY WAYS INTO THE WEIGHT ROOM WILL BE CLOSED FOR CLEANING & WAXING FROM WEDNESDAY, 8/1/18 AT NOON TO MONDAY, 8/6/18 AT NOON. NO ENTRY WILL BE ALLOWED. Please forward this on to anyone that you know who uses the gym. Thank you for your patience on this! Go Chargers!
Wednesday, Aug 8: Fall Sports concussion video for athletes and Parents Meeting at 7:00 in the HS auditorium. Cross Country, Football, Tennis, & Volleyball parents and athletes should attend.
The Wabaunsee High School commons area will be closed completely from Monday, July16th through Monday, July 23rd for summer cleaning. The Wabaunsee High School new gym will be closed from Monday, July 30th for 2 weeks to redo the floors. Thank you! WHS Staff
Congratulations to the 2-1A Softball Coach of the Year~ Coach Henry!!!
Make that 6th for the 4x4!
Medals in 7 events, most in school history! Breaks the record of 5 set just last year.
Boys 4x4 guts it out for a 7th place finish!
Josh with a PR in the 800 to bring home an 8th place medal!
With a 6th place finish in the 300 Hurdles, Karsen now has 7 State medals in her career! More than any boy or girl in WHS Track history!
Still rolling, Laurel PR's twice to take 5th in Javelin!
More hatdware! Chase sprints to 4th in the 400!
Chase saves his best for last! Moves up to 2nd in the Triple Jump on his final jump!
Boys 4x8 just off their season best and finishes 11th.
Karsen brings home a 7th place medal in the 100 Hurdles!
Bailey starts us off with a PR in the Shot Put for a 12th place finish!
And make it a perfect day as the 4x4 goes on to finals!
Make it 3 for 3! Karsen makes finals in 300 Hurdles!
Chase on to finals in the 400!
The Wabaunsee Softball team wins the 2A State Championship!
BOE meeting at 7:00 pm at the district office Monday, May 14th!
It's a great day at Wabaunsee USD 329!