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WHS Scholar's Bowl Team Shines @ Wichita West!

The WHS scholars bowl team was 1 of 30 teams who competed in the pre-season Entertainment tournament Thursday at Wichita West HS.  All questions asked revolved around Entertainment.  When all questions had been asked and answered, WHS walked away with 2nd place!  Congratulations to team members (L to R) Lydia Dridi, Julia Starnes, Dakota Lynnes, Tanner Dillon, Mason Lough, Gabe Hyer.

It's a great day to be a Crusader!

CHOIRS Perform at Wellington High School

The WMS and WHS Choirs had their first performances of the 2018-2019 school year (if you don't count the awesome Lawn Concert just before school began in August!), at Wellington High School Tuesday evening, under the direction of Jessica Coldwell and accompanied on the piano with Jeanie Escobar. Musical selections were as follows:

KNIGHT CHOIR (no pics, sorry!)
September...Arr. Mark Brymev

6th GRADE CHOIR
Haida...Arr. Henry Leck
O Music...Arr. Doreen Rao

Wellington "Potluck" Community Dinner Held @ Knight's Hall!

The Wellington "Potluck" Community Dinner took place Monday evening at the Knights of Columbus Hall in downtown Wellington. Table hosts (volunteers from the community) provided side dishes, drinks and tableware...Mrs. Karla Lawless from WHS and her FAC students provided the meat, tables and chairs. The meal was FREE for those that stopped in. The event ran from 5:45pm until around 7:00pm.

Courtesy Pics - WHS Yearbook (Abby Mohr and Averie Burns)

A New Duchess Reigns!

What a week and what a finale! The New WHS Duchess was crowned Friday evening during halftime at the Wellington vs Augusta football game. 

Congratulations to Juliette Hyer!  Other candidates were Jacelyn Buck, Taylor Meyer, Arielle Pottier, and Skylar Troutman. An awesome group of candidates and escorts and children. A great week across the district! 

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Shiver Me Timbers Eagles - A Magic Man Named Dan!

The Eisenhower Eagles, as part of their Spirit Week activities, took part Wednesday in the national "Talk Like A Pirate Day", dressing as pirates and watching a pirate-themed magic show performed by "Dan, Dan the Magic Man". Anyone around WHS in the early 2,000's will recognize "Dan" in the pictures below, as Dan Heath, the former drama teacher at Wellington. His magic show was quite funny and the young Eagles and the old photographer were entertained. Aaaarrrrgggghhhh!