Kudos to the Community Connections class at WHS, instructed by Mrs. Karla Lawless. Her students held a fundraiser recently and with the proceeds purchased PUMPKINS to share with students at Kennedy Elementary just down ole Crusader Road.
Students from Mrs. Lawless' class as well as WHS LEADERSHIP students took part in the pumpkin cleaning and carving activities Monday and Tuesday this week with the 3rd graders at Kennedy. I think all the "kids" younger and older, were having some fun!
The NHS Chapter at Wellington High School will be holding their annual blood driveon Thursday, Nov. 2nd at the high school. Come to the Auxiliary Gym between 8:30am and 2:30pm to donate. Walk-ins are generally welcome - you can schedule an appointment as well @ www.redcross.org.
Questions, please contact NHS Sponsor Mrs. Holly Rausch @ firstname.lastname@example.org- THANKS!!
The WMS 7th and 8th grade Scholar's Bowl Teams hosted teams from Andover Central, Derby North, Mulvane and Circle on Monday.
Congratulations to the 8th grade team who finished first!! Here are the team results from both classes:
The Wellington Crusaders had "6" student-athletes in competition on Saturday at the Regional 4A Cross Country Meete at El Dorado State Park.
In the Girls 5K, Mackenzie Heacock broke her own WHS School Record with her personal best time of 22.21, finishing 13th. Mackenzie missed qualifying for the State 4A Cross Country Meet next weekend at Wamego by just 1 place. Katrina Dvorak finished 36 with a time of 24.57.
The Lady Crusader Volleyball squad was on fire today at the 4A Sub-State Volleyball Tournament being held at Winfield High School.
A tradition that began back around WWII days continued Friday evening at Sellers Park! Senior Lexi Saffell was crowned the 2017-2018 WHS Duchess. Lexi's escort was Hayden Baker. Other candidates included Mekenna Adams, Abby Lowe, Jenna Rausch and Jill Wiley. Other escorts included A.J. Snipes, Ian King, Austin Sears and Jaden Adams. Seniors Gracie Fink and Arlis Troutman were the child escorts for Charley Wilmoth and Reed Wellington.
courtesy of sutv.com