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"Reality U" Pays A Visit To The WHS Class of 2020!

"Reality U" is about teaching teens how their performance in school today can affect their future. It provides students with the opportunity to learn and practice personal finance skills. It can mobilize the community to become involved stakeholders in education, particularly financial literacy education in their local schools. Through their 1 1/2 hour adventure, called "Reality U", the student uses rational decision-making and planning to set and implement financial goals.

WHS Goes To WASHINGTON!

A large number of WHS students and sponsors, recently spent 4 days/ 3 nights in Washington, D.C. The group, flying out of OKC, early morning on March 16th, would spend the next 3-4 days, touring the city and all the sites, historical and otherwise, it has to offer. Here is the itinerary followed by the group...I was told by one individual, that one of the students' Fitbit tracker device logged 45 miles of walking during the 4 day tour. Shoe sales will be up in Wellington! :)

"GAMESHOW" @ WHS Challenges Students! (VIDEO NOW POSTED!)

On 04/03/2018 at 1:00 PM, the Kansas Department of Transportation hosted a game show at Wellington High School, put on by the Think Fast Interactive company. The entire student body was present and ready to have some fun learning about traffic safety, DUI, and other traffic related laws and incidents. 

Video of the event was recorded and is pending - it will appear right here, in the relatively near future! Fun event - you'll like the video! 

"Talents With Teachers" SADD Fundraiser - VIDEO Now Posted!

The annual WHS SADD "Talents with Teachers" was held at Wellington High School Wednesday evening. "6" different groups (and a grand finale with everyone), competed in front of "5" judges and a good sized crowd. Mekenna Adams and Delaney Parkey MC'd the event. When it was all over, Eisenhower's 2nd Graders won the PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD and ZANE AGUILAR & CREW were selected the top performance by the Judges. Others receiving recognition included the 8th Grade Encore group and Eisenhower 4th Grade!