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WHS Forensic Students Are STATE-BOUND!

Forensics Coach Caitlin Hendrix and the WHS Forensics Team competed at Newton Saturday...two Crusaders qualified for State!

Austin Harriger placed 5th in Informative Speaking!

Gabe Hyer placed 3rd and qualified for State in Prose!

Austin Harriger and Gabe Hyer placed 2nd and qualified for State in Improvised Duet Acting!

Congratulations CRUSADERS!! Way to Represent!!
Good Luck @ STATE!!!

KRR's Spring 2018 LIFE Family Engagement Program is Underway!

KRR (Kansas Reading Roadmap) began its Spring 2018 LIFE Family Engagement Program!

The 13 families had a fun- family evening
with a catered dinner, games, and every family takes home free books and great prizes each week too!

The Program is FREE and open to Kennedy, Lincoln, and Washington families. To find out about being in the Fall 8 week Program contact Amy O'Connor-- aoconnor@usd353.com.

Schools Ask For Parents' Assistance!

It's going to take all of us working together to get our kids healthy. Please do not send your children back to school if they have had a fever over 100F within the last 24 hours. They should be fever free for 24 hours without medication before returning to school.

Also, please do not send your children to school if they have been vomiting or have had diarrhea within the last 24 hours.

Honors Continue for Senior Flutist Marisa Black

Wellington High School Senior Marisa Black continues to gather honors and attention as a flutist.

For the second year in a row she has won a position in the Kansas Music Educators Association (KMEA) State Honor Band. 

She, along with over 100 other flutists, auditioned for one of twelve positions in the band.  She earned second chair, first flute honors as a result of that audition. This band will rehearse and give a concert at the KMEA convention in Wichita in February. 

WHS presents ONE ACT PLAYS!

One-Act plays are similar to a short story. There is a complete drama within one act. It is brief, condensed, and single in effect. One situation or episode is presented, permitting no minor plots or side actions that may distract attention for the single purpose and effect being developed. Characters are few in number, quickly introduced, and very limited in character development. Dialogue and Plot must carry the action forward smoothly and quickly.