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Feature image-0WHS Teachers (from left) Heidi Adams, Nicole Burg, and Allie Munch participated in the Nebraska National Guard's Spring Educator Flight Program on Saturday, March 10, where they learned what the National Guard has to offer educators and students. The program included a ride on a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter.

Education in the sky!

Adams, Burg & Munch take flight in a Black Hawk helicopter as participants of NE National Guard's 2018 Spring Educator Flight program

On the morning of Saturday, March 10, thousands of fans converged on Lincoln's Pinnacle Bank Arena to cheer on the Wahoo Warriors as they played for their 11th boys basketball state championship . Three Warrior fans, though, decided to take their cheering section 1,000 feet above the arena in a Black Hawk helicopter . Wahoo High School teachers Heidi Adams, Nicole Burg, and Allie Munch were participants in the 2018 Nebraska National Guard 's Spring Educator Flight Program on that morning, where, among other things, they were invited to board a Nebraska Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter for a trip to the Air National Guard's 155th Air . . .

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Feature image-1WHS Close Up students pose in front of George Washington's home at Mount Vernon during their visit on Saturday, March 17.

Close Up 2018

Mr. Grummert documents group's daily events in Washington, D.C.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018 <will be posted soon> Tuesday, March 20, 2018 STUDENTS On Tuesday, the Close Up students visited and studied more of the memorials in Washington D.C. , including the Korean and Vietnam War Memorials , as well as the 9/11 and Air Force Memorials . The Air Force Memorial is located on the grounds of Fort Myer near The Pentagon , and next to Arlington National Cemetery , which the students will visit on Thursday. The design of the Air Force Memorial is meant to remind observers of the contrails from the Air Force Thunderbird squadron . Above left: Students pose at the World War . . .

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WHS fine arts department presents "Shrek the Musical" April 12-15

Advanced reserved-seating tickets now available to purchase in the high school office!

Wahoo High School Presents: SHREK The Musical PERFORMANCE DATES Thursday, April 12 @ 7:00 p.m. Friday, April 13 @ 7:00 p.m. Saturday, April 14 @ 7:00 p.m. Sunday, April 15 @ 2:00 p.m. TICKETS $6 Students  •  $10 Adults (Advance tickets are now available to purchase in the high school office. All tickets are for reserved seating, so please specify your seating preference when tickets are purchased [see chart below]. Please call 402-443-4332 for more information.) -------------------------------------------------- Set in a mythical “once upon a time” sort of land, . . .

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Feature image-3Your 2018 Class C1 State Champions! Wahoo took an intense battle with Winnebago into overtime, and came out with the 70-66 victory!

Wahoo Boys Basketball: 2018 C1 STATE CHAMPIONS!

Warriors bring home school's 11th state title with 'dogfight' OT victory over Winnebago

2017-2018 SCHEDULE: (Home games are in BOLD CAPS )   Date   Opponent   Score  November 30, 2017   BENNINGTON   W 68-62  December 2, 2017  @ Seward   W 62-53  December 8, 2017   WAYNE   W 71-61  December 9, 2017   LOGAN VIEW   W 61-42  December 15, 2017  @ Ft. Calhoun   W 90-41  December 19, 2017  @ Lincoln Lutheran . . .

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Feature image-4Despite being one player short, Wahoo High School's three-man chess team placed 3rd in a State competition on Mar. 3 against six other teams from Nebraska schools. Pictured from left are WHS Chess Club Sponsor Larry Fangman, junior Mathew Wolf, junior Noah Polacek, and sophomore Marshall Elder.

WHS Chess Club takes third place in State Competition

Polacek, Elder & Wolf all raise their USCF ratings

On Saturday, March 3, Wahoo High School hosted the team state championship, which included six other high school chess clubs in Nebraska: Omaha Central, Millard North, Battle Creek, Omaha Skutt, Omaha Burke, and Omaha North. In the team tally, Wahoo finished in third place behind runners-up Omaha Central, and the state champion, Millard North.  Noah Polacek led Wahoo with four wins and one loss. In the meet, Polacek improved his school record from a USCF rating of 1303 to a USCF rating of 1327. Polacek’s only loss was to Khoa Nguyen of Millard North, who has a rating of 1583. Marshall Elder and Mathew Wolf also chipped in with winning records to help . . .

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