VOLLEYBALL CAMP has commenced - runs through Wednesday at WHS!
Interested HS girls, camp will run from 7-9AM, followed by Elementary (2nd-5th) from 9-10AM, then MS (6th-8th) from 10:15-11:15AM
As expected, Summer 2019 is moving right along, harvest is complete or near complete, and Driver’s Ed will wrap up soon as will many of the summer programs offered locally through the WRC and others. Some folks are taking vacations, the Kansas Wheat Festival rapidly approaches - just another great summer in progress, for the citizens of 67152.
by the square inch...(the minimum size I can order is 24"x24" / it can be trimmed to a smaller size but I still get charged for 24x24.)
Also, the decal material is priced by the foot - if you were wanting a 25" x 37", I will be charged for 3'x4' decal material. that they'll trim down to a 25"x37". (just FYI stuff)
President Austin Fink
Vice President John Long
Secretary Quinn McCue
Treasurer Karsten Gill
President Jessica Walker
Vice President Tanner Meyer
Secretary Lexi Clift
Treasurer Olivia Brand
President Jael Catlett
Co-Vice Presidents Matt Pryce & Kaitlyn Hain
Secretary Sadey Burke
Treasurer Ali Zeka
WHS 2019 Football Camp wrapped up today with 7 on 7 action at Wichita South HS. Also participating, Kapaun HS. 7 on 7 is low intensity and they stress that throughout. It's more about form and function than diving catches or hard tackles, etc. It's a practice that gets everyone just a little closer to their opening season dates in early September.
WHS 2019 Football Camp is underway. Coaches and players alike were hard at it on Monday...there was "county-fair" action and more. Looked like 55 or 60 Freshmen thru Seniors on the field - helmets only for now. Temps were pleasant, it was early in the morning.
Camp continues all week, from 8AM - NOON @ WHS Practice Fields.
List of remaining seniors below, updated 071519
50+ Dell Chromebook Laptops were distributed Thursday (June 20th) and again Tuesday (June 25th) to eligible 2019 seniors** that were able to stop by, provide proof of enrollment for this Fall, and pick theirs up.
The Kansas Business Hall of Fame held an Essay Contest recently, receiving 92 entries from 10 Kansas high schools, almost double from last year's entries. A representative from KBHF paid a surprise visit Wednesday to Mrs. Elizabeth Vaughn's class where Freshman Jael Catlett was presented with a certificate for being 1 of the top 3 winners in the State! Jael, along with Jordin MacKenzie, a freshman at Blue Valley North, and Melvin Le, a sophomore from Liberal, took the top spots in the contest!
Winning "first" recently at the Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference in Wichita (and consequently, a trip to Nationals in Anaheim, CA in early May), the KWHS NEWS TEAM stepped up again on Wednesday.
A Driver Education course will be offered this summer for students who have completed their eighth-grade year of school and who will be 14 years of age by June 3, 2019, but not yet 21 years of age by September 1, 2019.
Enrollment will be limited to the first 112 students who complete the enrollment procedure. An enrollment packet will be sent home on 4/1/19 with all Wellington Middle School 8th graders and all interested students from Wellington High School.