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Highlights from WHS PROM 2018!

Another PROM in the books, this one with a different start than usual but still a great time for the participants as many of them celebrate together for perhaps the last time! The decorations were superb (thank you Mrs. Lawless, Ms. Ford and all the student helpers), the food was "d-lish", the smiles, a-plenty! 

Aaron Schoemann and Jill Wiley were crowned Lord & Lady, the 51st since Nancy Hamburg and Jim Farley began the tradition back in the Spring of 1968! Congrats to both!!

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!!!

A "ROYAL" Week Concludes!

A "Royal" week it has been indeed. Tonight, during halftime of the boys varsity basketball game vs Augusta, a new WHS Duke will be crowned, carrying on a tradition dating back to World War II! Congratulations to this year's candidates, L to R below: (Candidates & Escorts) James Hinman, Lexi Saffell, Austin Sears, Jill Wiley, Ian King, Mekenna Adams, Jenna Rausch, Logan Jones, Abby Lowe and Hayden Baker!

Physics Students Learning About Newton's Laws!

Mrs. Audrey Gill's PHYSICS class members were learning about Newton's "second law" at WHS this week. For those of you not familiar with Newton's 2nd law, here 'tis:

Newton's second law of motion can be formally stated as follows: "The acceleration of an object as produced by a net force is directly proportional to the magnitude of the net force, in the same direction as the net force, and inversely proportional to the mass of the object."