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Eisenhower Eagles "Sing In The Season"! (Video Added!)

The 3rd & 4th graders at Eisenhower Elementary, under the musical direction of Mrs. Pamela Thompson, entertained a large crowd Tuesday evening at WHS with their 2017 Christmas Program! Spirit was high, smiles were a plenty with much more to come folks! (See Schedule Below). The young Eagles performed traditional Christmas favorites like "O Come All Ye Faithful" and a few not so traditional (but very good and FUN!) like "Santa, What A Guy"! There's nothing like listening to children/young adults sing.

Washington Mustangs "Sing In The Season"! (Video Added!)

The 3rd & 4th graders at Washington Elementary, under the musical direction of Mrs. Pamela Thompson, got the Christmas Concert  Slate off to a great start Monday evening at WHS. There was plenty of "holiday jolly" in the air and much more to come! (See Schedule Below). The young Mustangs performed traditional Christmas favorites like "O Come All Ye Faithful" and a few not so traditional (but very good and FUN!) like "Santa, What A Guy"!

Help WHS Drama & Forensics with your DILLONS PLUS CARD!

Wellington High School Debate and Forensics is doing fundraising a little differently this year! We have partnered with Dillons Community Rewards. This means that if you follow the directions on the image below and enroll our organization, every purchase you make with your Dillon's Plus Card helps fund Debate and Forensics! There are no extra purchases necessary. Just swipe your Plus Card and Dillon's sends a percentage to us!

Thank you for supporting WHS Debate and Forensics!

Physics Students Learning About Newton's Laws!

Mrs. Audrey Gill's PHYSICS class members were learning about Newton's "second law" at WHS this week. For those of you not familiar with Newton's 2nd law, here 'tis:

Newton's second law of motion can be formally stated as follows: "The acceleration of an object as produced by a net force is directly proportional to the magnitude of the net force, in the same direction as the net force, and inversely proportional to the mass of the object."