Several Crusader musicians performed at the Regional Solo and Small Ensemble Festival at Goddard Eisenhower Saturday.
Receiving II (Excellent) ratings were Cameron Carter, Quinn McCue, and Michaela Adkins-Washington for vocal solos, KayCee Pennington for trumpet solo, and Alexis Tracy for baritone sax solo.
Earning I (Superior) ratings and qualifying for State were Mariah Grable for vocal solo, Julia Starnes and Marisa Black for flute solos.
Awesome representation Crusaders - CONGRATULATIONS!!
Mrs. Jennifer Wilmoth's 4th Grade Class at Kennedy Elementary has been part of a "Flat Stanley Adventure" recently, an adventure that began as a Flat Stanley project for the young Cardinals at Kennedy. But first, for those of you who may not be acquainted with "Flat Stanley", read this background info and then I'll share an exciting development with one of Kennedy's students and the adventure she created for her Flat Stanley.
WHS Students fanned out across our fine community Wednesday, volunteering their services in a variety of ways at a variety of places. Freshmen stayed at the high school and worked hard, a good part of the morning, with Spring Cleaning chores and more.
USD 353 2018 Summer Drivers Education
Who can take DE? Students who have completed their eighth-grade year of school and who will be 14 years of age by June 4, 2018, but not yet 21 years of age by September 1, 2018.
The "Crusaders of the Stage" will be presenting "THE ORPHAN TRAIN", a drama written by Aurand Harris, beginning Thursday, (April 12th, 13th & 14th) at WHS - the curtain goes up at 7PM all three nights. The play, based on the true stories from 8 orphans, back in 1914, who were scooped up in New York City and sent to the Midwest on THE ORPHAN TRAIN in search of homes. A common practice during that time.