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WHS STUDENTS OF THE MONTH - FEBRUARYwms-football-camp
Congratulations to February's
IMPACT BANK "Student of the Month" awardees
at WELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

L to R: Maggie Fink, Cameron Bartelson, Stephanie Bristow, Jaden Adams

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CRUSADERS "1" WIN AWAY FROM STATE 4A TOURNEY!
LADY CRUSADERS DEBUT TONIGHT vs MULVANE (6:00PM)
Pictured Below: Freshman A.J. Snipes
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The Crusaders took care of business vs Mulvane Thursday evening in 4A Sub-State basketball action at Winfield, downing the Wildcats 64-30. The Crusaders lead by 14 at halftime and extended that lead to 25 pts. after 3. The Wildcats could only muster 11 pts. total during the 2nd half with two of their bigger players on the bench in foul trouble. Scoring for the Crusaders: Ian King 14, Trevor Nance 14, A.J. Snipes 13, Connor Phelps 10, Tyler Pettegrew 6, Colin Reichenberger 5 and Wesley Gilmore 2. The Crusaders are just 1 win away from the State 4A Tournament in Salina next week...this Saturday at 7:30PM, the Crusaders will go up against Rose Hill (@ Winfield HS) who defeated tournament host Winfield 65-55 to launch themselves into the championship final. Let's get 'er done BIG RED! Awesome Job!!

CRUSADERS vs MULVANE PICS 03.05.15
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IT'S YOUR TIME CRUSADERS!

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4A SUB-STATE BASKETBALL @ WINFIELD HS
TONIGHT - MARCH 6TH - GIRLS
#1-Lady Crusaders vs #4-Mulvane @ 6:00PM
#2-Winfield vs #3-Rose Hill @ 7:30PM
THURSDAY - BOYS
#2-Crusaders 64 #3-Mulvane 30
#1-Winfield 55 #4-Rose Hill 65
SATURDAY - MARCH 7TH - CHAMPIONSHIPS
GIRLS – 6:00PM – FRIDAY'S WINNERS
BOYS – 7:30PM - CRUSADERS vs ROCKETS
4A SUB-STATE BOYS BRACKET
4A SUB-STATE GIRLS BRACKET
STATE TOURNAMENT TIME SCHEDULE (ALL CLASSES)
GOOD LUCK CRUSADERS!!
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FRIDAY WEATHER
Sunny. HIGH 55F
Winds SW 10 to 150 MPH
UV Index - 5 of 10 / Chance of precip 0%
LOW FRI NIGHT: 28F / Clear
HIGH SAT: 61F / Sunny. Chance of precip 0%
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SPECIAL NOTICE: Vision and hearing screening for the 10th and 12th grade will be completed before Spring Break. If a student does not pass their vision screen, they will notify the guardian by phone or letter. If they did not pass their hearing, they will re-screen after Spring Break and notify a guardian if he or she still doesn't pass. If the student passed their hearing and vision you will not be notified.
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FLAG TEAM GIRLS Finished 2nd In Talent Show!
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It was D.A.P.A. Day Wednesday out at WHS! (Drug And Prevention Awareness) Mrs. Karla Defore and her Leadership Classes and Ofc. Yunker and the S.A.D.D. group organized the day with a full slate of events, each to serve as a reminder of the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse.
Students rotated from "station to station" during the morning - K9 Dog Demonstration (WPD), Seat Belt Enforcer Demo (KHP), Doctor Chat w/ Students (Dr. McCue), VIDEO - "Gone Too Soon" and "Fatal Vision Goggles".
Following the demonstrations, a special speaker presented to the group in the auditorium. Joe White, who as a teen and under the influence of alcohol, jumped from a moving car resulting in life-changing consequences. Joe was accompanied by his father Bob and shared his story with the group.
After lunch, it was back to the auditorium for "THE TALENT SHOW"... approx. 10 performances and the top 2 winners were NATE YBARRA on the piano and the FLAG GIRL TEAM. Following the show, everyone moved into the gymnasium for an end of day DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT.
A lot of good messages shared and good times had at WHS on Wednesday. You hope it makes everyone think twice about the choices they make. Thank you Mrs. Defore, Officer Yunker and the WHS Leadership Classes and S.A.D.D. group for putting the day of events together...you lead well!

D.A.P.A. Day @ WHS PICS 03.04.15
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JULIAN CORNEJO - Master of Ceremonies
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The Career and Community Connections class at WHS, instructed by Mrs. Karla Lawless, sponsored a Professional Dress Fashion Show - "HOT for Business, NOT for Business" Tuesday morning in the auditorium. The purpose of the event was to help prepare the seniors for their exit interviews later this semester as well as inform all students of the proper attire to be worn to an interview. "NOT" examples were provided by the class members as were "HOT" examples. Students were also reminded to not bring food or drink to interviews, do not chew gum and turn off the cell phone and keep it out of sight.

PROFESSIONAL DRESS FASHION SHOW PICS 03.03.15
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