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Wellington, KS 67152

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IMPACT BANK'S MAR. & APR. 2021 Students of the Month!
Congratulations CRUSADERS!
The Ag Fabrication class had to repair the sign in front of the Ag shop.  Students were able to watch the piece of wood be cut using a steam engine powered milling machine.  They then worked with Mr. Elders class to smooth the board using the planer. Ag Fabrication students sealed the board, remounted the lettering and Mr. Elders construction class hung the new sign up.  To finish the project the horticulture classes planted sunflowers and mulched them in.  In total there were four different classes working together to restore the sign and make the entrance to the Shop look great again!
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The WHS Youth Entrepreneurs Market Day was held on Friday at WHS. The students learn the whole process of retail, from borrowing money to get started, to acquiring product, pricing product, and making a profit. In the end, they divide their profit earnings once EVERYTHING else is paid for in full. Mrs. Melissa Buchanan instructs this class, here are the students that were involved with MARKET DAY 2021 on Friday:

Riley Anderson. Heidi Gulick, Abby Tredway, Rhett Nance, Payton Ginter, Ryan Bacon, Hayden Brown, Jax Cornejo, Jaxson Irey-Hurt, Rayce Koerner, Langdon Lack, Aubree Mason, Andrew Moore, Blake Prickett, Caleb Sanders, Michaela Stufflebeam, Andrew Summers.
The Crusader Singers took the show on the road April 19 after accepting an invitation to perform at the NJCAA men's national basketball tournament at Hutchinson Sports Arena.  The group, led by Mrs. Jennifer Ault, opened the tournament with the national anthem and then were able to stay to watch the Hutchinson Blue Dragons face off against the Kilgore Rangers.
On April 8 and 9, Mrs. Lawless' Culinary Essentials students worked in groups to find a recipe and then planned, prepped, and baked cupcakes.
Happy Pi Day!  On the last day of school before Spring Break, students celebrated Pi Day (3-14-21) in math classes.  To honor the mathematical constant, students engaged in several pi(e)-centric activities including a chance to pie a staff member!  Check out more student photography in the Photo Album!