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Feature imageOUT ON TOP! Congratulations Warrior Senior Wrestler Cole Krecklow: 2017 Class B State Champion at 220 lbs.!


Warriors end season with 7 at State; Kolterman takes runner-up @ 182 lbs.; Sutton takes 4th @ 195 lbs.

2016-2017 Varsity Wrestling Schedule (Home competitions in BOLD )  Dec. 1, 2016  WAHOO TRIANGULAR  v. Ft. Calhoun 54-17 W  v. Ashland-Greenwood 68-6 W  Dec. 3, 2016  Cozad Invitational   CHAMPIONS!  Dec. 6, 2016  WAHOO TRIANGULAR   v. North Bend Central 47-22 W  v. Yutan 78-3 W  Dec. 9-10, 2016  Boys Town Invitational  3rd Place  Dec. 13, 2016  WAHOO TRIANGULAR   v. West Point-Beemer . . .

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Feature imageWHS Spanish Instructor Cass Didier stands on a mountaintop overlooking the ancient city of Machu Picchu during a 2016 summer trip with students to Peru. Didier makes global education a priority in her classroom, and she has been selected for the U.S. Dept. of State's international Teachers for Global Classrooms program, which will take her to India for three weeks this summer.

Didier departs for D.C. to prepare for international field experience in India

WHS Spanish Instructor among 76 nation-wide chosen for year-long focus on global education in U.S. State Department's TGC program

UPDATE (see original article below): As a member of the 2017 Teachers for Global Classrooms ( TGC ) program, sponsored by the United States Department of State , WHS Spanish Instructor Cass Didier has just completed an eight-week, graduate-level online course on globalizing classrooms and curriculum. Tomorrow (Thursday, Feb. 16), Didier departs for Washington, D.C. for a three-day global symposium, where TGC Fellows gather to build networks, collaborate, and develop strategies to enhance world learning. During this symposium, Didier will meet her classmates, and prepare for her three-week international field experience, where TGC Fellows travel to numerous . . .

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Feature imageFrom left, WHS Spanish Instructor Cass Didier, and WHS students Riley Harrell, Katie Pace, and Lexis Stuchlik, pose in the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations in New York City. All were selected as Nebraska's only representatives in the 2017 U.N. Winter Youth Assembly, a forum of 700 youth from over 70 countries convened to help find solutions to global problems.

Harrell, Pace & Stuchlik attend 2017 United Nations Youth Assembly

Wahoo's own serve as Nebraska's only representatives in global collaboration to develop solutions to world crises

On a global front, some of our most successful world leaders are also life-long learners. They realize that neither they nor their adult peers always have the answers. That being the case, they not only realize the value of the youth perspective, but they also foster opportunities to solicit those perspectives. Since 2004, the United Nations has offered such an opportunity with its annual youth assemblies. As its members continue their work of finding ways to improve the quality of life of the world's less-fortunate populations, the UN continues to prove that today's youth have a place at the discussion table. The UN hosted its 2017 Winter Youth Assembly . . .

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