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Summer Iron Duke Program is Underway!

The Summer Iron Duke Power Speed & Quickness program is underway at WHS…the pics we are sharing here were taken early Thursday morning out at the Home of the Crusaders…more sessions follow each day, including middle school age and elementary school age work out groups. The summer program runs through July 25th and involves weight training, form running, agility, plyometrics, aerobics, and flexibility training.

West Beats East @ 46th Annual Shrine Bowl 26-7

The 46th annual Shrine Bowl took place Saturday evening in Dodge City. Wellington's DeAndre Washington was a member of the "WEST" squad, the 1st Wellington Crusader to be selected for the Shrine Bowl since Tim Lira in 2003. DeAndre and his teammates had to be all smiles at the end of 4, pulling out a 26-7 victory over the East squad, in front of a large crowd at Dodge's Memorial Stadium. Congratulations to DeAndre - it sounds like the overall experience for all the participants will be in their memories for a lifetime!

WHS GRADUATION 2019 HIGHLIGHTS

After the traditional processional, "Pomp and Circumstance" and the singing of our National Anthem, the soon to be graduated Class of 2019 spent their last hour together as "one" - the 120 graduates will soon move on to other endeavors and responsibilities. Saturday, May 18, 2019 was the end of one chapter and the beginning of many more chapters to come for this great group of Crusaders.

"Thank You" Concert Draws Nice Crowd @ WHS!

The WMS & WHS Choirs' "GRATITUDE CONCERT" was an awesome event Thursday evening at WHS. A large crowd was on hand to enjoy the music of our 6th through 12th graders, under the direction of Jessica Coldwell and accompaninest Sherry Willis.

A variety of songs were presented, including at least one the Crusader Singers performed at Carnegie Hall in February. Thursday's concert in part, was the choir's way of thanking the Wellington Community for all their support. The group raised around $80K for that trip of a lifetime to Carnegie.

Top Honors for WHS Freshman Jael Catlett

The Kansas Business Hall of Fame held an Essay Contest recently, receiving 92 entries from 10 Kansas high schools, almost double from last year's entries. A representative from KBHF paid a surprise visit Wednesday to Mrs. Elizabeth Vaughn's class where Freshman Jael Catlett was presented with a certificate for being 1 of the top 3 winners in the State! Jael, along with Jordin MacKenzie, a freshman at Blue Valley North, and Melvin Le, a sophomore from Liberal, took the top spots in the contest!