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WHS Students FARE WELL @ State Leadership Conference

Mrs. Rane Case at WHS released the following results from this weekend's BPA - STATE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE. Congrats to the achievers and to Mrs. Melissa Buchanan and Mrs. Elizabeth Vaughn who assisted with student preparation and driving.


Congratulations to the following WHS Students!!

Statesman Award Recipients: Marisa Black, Chaney Leonard, Dakota Lynnes

Regular Season Winding Down For Crusaders!

The Crusader and Lady Crusader basketball squads took their last regular season road trip Friday evening to Spartanville, i.e. Wichita Collegiate. Congratulations to our Lady Crusaders, both Varsity and JV grabbing "W's" away from the Lady Spartan hosts...a tougher night for the boys though, the results follow:

WHS 46 CHS 64 (5-13) (2-6)

Ian King 16, Jihad Mutazammil 9, Joe Ybarra 9, Silas Popplewell 6, DeAndre Washington 2, Grey Hatfield 2

"3" Crusaders Are State-Bound!

After 276 matches, involving 15 4A schools, at the 4A Wrestling Regional held at Ark City HS, tickets were punched for the State 4A Tournament in Salina next weekend and "3" Crusaders are on their way! As a team, Wellington finished 7th (75.0) out of 15 Teams. Arkansas City placed first (264.5), Andover Central second (165.5), and Pratt third (128.0).

Congratulations to SENIOR IAN GROOM (195 lbs) for his 2nd place finish. Ian is 35-7 on the season and this will be his 2nd consecutive trip to the State Tournament.

SPECIAL DAY with Special K Basketball @ WHS!

The Wellington High School Special K Basketball squad saw HOME action Friday, hosting a team from Derby in front of a packed gym of fans and supporters for both squads. It's one of those many times throughout the year, you walk away from WHS feeling proud of the students and your community.

Wellington has "2" squads that rotated in and out, the RED team and the WHITE team - it's time to meet the athletes!


#55 - Andrew "Stretch" Clark

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.