THIS MESSAGE IS FOR WHS ALUMS! (anyone can read it but I hope ALUMS do for sure!) It is a bit lengthy but hope you can find time to look it over and help out with the NEW ALUMNI DIRECTORY!!
With the 2017-2018 school year coming to a close Tuesday, we wanted to let everyone know who will be in charge next year at the high school - well, the Class Officers for 2018-2019 anyway! A great bunch - here they are!
President: Devin Dickinson
Co-Vice Presidents: Tanner Dillon & Dakota Lynnes
Secretary: Nicholas Reyes
Treasurer: Taylor Meyer
President: John Long
Vice President: Karsten Gill
Secretary: Quinn McCue
Treasurer: Rowan Catlett
The CRUSADERDOM has spoken and Logan Jones will now reign as WHS DUKE for the 2017-2018 school year. Duke Logan joins Duchess Lexi Saffell who received her crown during the football season - the two become part of a WHS tradition that began back around WWII - Congratulations Logan - Reign on Duke!
The traditional DUKE PEP ASSEMBLY was held Friday afternoon at WHS, just hours before the big crowning of this school year's DUKE!
All the candidates and their escorts were on hand, the band played, the color guard performed, the cheerleaders cheered, students, faculty and parents looked on as the end of the school day and Spirit Week approached. Oh yeah, the Senior Boys did their rendition, if you will, of RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL'S "ROCKETTES"! Quite the performance!! :)
It is time to meet your 2017-2018 Duke Candidates! Formal Pics were taken on Sunday of the candidates and their escorts.
A big week ahead for all of them and for all of WHS! This is SPIRIT WEEK with different "Daily Themes" all week long, the door-decorating contest Mon-Thu, the traditional Duke Pep Assembly on Friday (2:30PM)., and the Duke Formal Dinner during lunch Friday! (The Royal Treatment)
The 2016 Crusader Wall of Recognition Inductees were guests across Wellington May 12th, culminating in their introduction and presentations at the 2016 WHS Class Night held that evening at WHS. This year's inductees, L to R: Ted Davis, the late David Taggart (represented by his wife Ruth and son John) and Tenneil Cobb.
The annual WHS Sports Banquet was held Wednesday evening, with a large crowd of student athletes, parents and fans on hand as participants in all Crusader Sports and Cheer were honored and recognized for their achievements, not just on the field or court, but also in the classroom.
A large crowd was on hand Saturday afternoon at WHS for the 2016-2017 WHS Graduation featuring 112 WHS Seniors that received their diplomas and will be moving onward and upward. Over 2 dozen "local scholarships" were given out (10's of thousands of dollars worth!), the band played, the choir sang and 2,000 plus folks (est) filled the gym with pride for the commencement exercise and it's subjects.