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Senior Banners vs Senior Posters Frequently Asked Questions

Annual Weight Room Fee
To: All stakeholders From: Brad Starnes
RE: Annual weight room fee

At the regularly scheduled August 14th, 2017 Board of Education meeting, the BOE approved an annual $30 weight room usage fee. The cards and FOBs already checked out will become ineffective starting October 1st, unless the $30 annual fee is paid. Once your fee is paid the card/FOB will be reactivated.
Money collected from this usage fee will be used to maintain and upgrade our $85,000 investment we’ve made to our weight room.

Fall Scrimmage Night
Schedule of Events
Friday, August 25, 2017

Suggested donation for admission: Gatorade or bottled water
(can be brought to the gym or football field)

4:00 – Tennis scrimmage – McKnight Park courts
4:30 – Volleyball scrimmage – New Gym
5:45 – Booster Club Officer opening remarks – New Gym
5:50 – Introduction of teams – New Gym
(Cheer, Volleyball, Tennis, Cross Country)
6:00 – Volleyball Parent Meetings – New Gym
6:30 – Football scrimmage and Booster Club Social – Football field
(Football introductions following scrimmage)

MSJH Supply List 

Junior High Pre-Season Practice Schedule/Information

AES 2017-18 Supply List

MHES 2017-18 Supply List

Wabaunsee High School 2018 Yearbook Order Form or Online.

Senior Recognition Ads
These are for Class of 2018 graduates. Parents can purchase an ad with a childhood picture and brief message for $20. Ads are due by October 1st for planning of the yearbook. ORDER FORM

Senior Spotlight for Prom and Graduation
This is for Class of 2018 graduates. Parents can send in pictures and a brief message to be shown in a video at prom and graduation. The deadline is January 15, 2018. The FORM explains what pictures are needed.

Senior Portrait Criteria and Deadline
Senior portraits (digital preferred) for the yearbook are due December 1, 2017.
Alumni panel portraits are due in hard copy form February 1, 2018. Each senior picture should be - waste up shot - wallet size of approx 2.5" wide x 3.5" tall. We will not put any pictures in that are on/near railroad tracks because it is considered an illegal action. Also hats should not be on in pictures. 

Leader In Me Lighthouse Team at Wabaunsee High School
The high school student Leader in Me team painted the third floor walls to give the hall a fresh look for the upcoming school year. Students involved were senior Evan Hutley and Mackenzie Howey, Juniors Luke Barber and Maddie Alderman, and Sophomores Keaton Johnson and Alexis Hafenstine.

Community Action Back to School Fair

Transfer Course List
The Board of Regents has released the latest list of courses guaranteed to transfer between our Kansas public universities and colleges. See LINK to view.

Jason Flatt Youth Suicide Awareness Act
Under the Jason Flatt Youth Suicide Awareness Act, all USD 329 staff have undergone suicide awareness and prevention training. The training materials provided under this programming are available by clicking on this link.

Reclassification Proposal Voting Results from KSHSAA

List of First Time Wabaunsee Accomplishments 2016-17

First time we’ve ever had a state FCCLA officer-Lizzie Erikson 1st Vice President
WHS First girls state XC state trophy-Team 3rd
Highest individual state girls XC participant-Madelyn Hess 3rd overall individual
WHS First girls XC MEL title since 1992 (and first girls MEL in any sport since 1993)
Girls basketball-first MEL championship in 24 years-
WHS Girls basketball-first championship game appearance since 1986
WHS Girls basketball-first state sportsmanship plaque and cheerleader medals
WHS Wrestling-first time hosting regional wrestling
WJH Wrestling-first time hosting league wrestling
WHS Wrestling-first 3 time state placers- Kolby Droegemeier & Riley Tubbs
WHS Wrestling-first time two regional champs since 1999-Kolby Droegemeier & Riley Tubbs
First state journalism champion - Sania Huda
First time WHS KAY Club received a state Gold Award since 1999
First Kansas K-12 school district implementing The Leader in Me
First time Baseball qualified for state tournament all time
WHS First time all girls’ team sports all qualified for state
WHS First time all state women’s choir member-Jessica Vanstory
First time WHS cheerleaders won a UCA Traditions award
WHS Track & Field earned 5 state medals which is the highest state meet point total all time
Elementary all state choir-most (7) we’ve ever had qualify
WHS Wrestling-11 state medals all time and Kolby & Riley have 6 of them with another year to go
WHS State volleyball back to back to back team
WHS Boys basketball-best season record since 2005
WHS Football-first MEL win in 3 years and 2nd in past 10 years
FCCLA-most national qualifiers (13)
Softball qualified for state first time since 2011
The Leader in Me-1 of 4 national High School participants
WHS Jordyn Savage and Andrew Warner - "Boosters to Belts" State Program for K-3 was presented to Alma Elementary and Maple Hill Elementary. This was sponsored by KTSRO in Topeka
WHS Boys Track & Field potential to have the highest state meet point total since 1997

Parents-access to district/state report cards and our students progress towards meeting state academic achievement standards may be found at:

Art News

Transforming USD 329 Wabaunsee Schools
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9th to 12th grade parents: Get your child ready for college

Open this letter from Superintendent Brad Starnes to find out how!

As required by K.S.A. 72-8254 the following are posted for the public:

KSHSAA Guidelines

These guidelines are from the KSHSAA web site. It clarifies some common misunderstandings and answers questions that parents, coaches, or students may have with regard to off season programs/outside competition during the school year. These are applicable to both High School and Junior High.