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WPS to host Jan. 21 assemblies to encourage positive, healthy decisions in a digital world

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Karen Haase, school attorney from the Harding & Shultz law firm in Lincoln, NE, will present student & parent assemblies at WMS/WHS on Wed., Jan. 21, 2015. The presentations are designed to teach students the risks of certain online behaviors, and to teach parents how to protect their kids online.

Lincoln school attorney offers important educational opportunity to students & parents

Like it or not, we live in a digital world, and parents and teachers do their best to stay educated about how children are using technology in their everyday lives . . . no small challenge for those of us raised with "state-of-the-art" electric typewriters! There are a lot of positive aspects that accompany our digital society, but also a lot of risks, and it's not difficult to find examples in the media of what happens . . . read more

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Wahoo's McIlhaney named Lincoln Symphony Orchestra's 2015 'Young Artist'

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WHS junior Lukus McIlhaney

Warrior flutist receives scolarship and soloist opportunity

Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra is proud to announce the selection of flutist Lukas McIlhaney as the LSO Young Artist for the 2014-15 season. Lukas, a native of Wahoo, NE, is currently a senior enrolled in Wahoo High School and studies under Leslie Fagen, Assistant Principal Flute with the Omaha Symphony. He performed the first . . . read more

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WHS senior selected as delegate in highly-competitive U.S. Senate Youth Program

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WHS senior Kristen Tomjack has been selected as 1 of 2 students from NE to serve as a delegate for the 2015 United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP)! Tomjack will receive a $5,000 college scholarship and spend a week in Washington, D.C. in March.

Kristen Tomjack to serve as 1 of 2 NE representatives in week-long event in Washington, D.C.

"There is a debt of service due from every man to his country, proportioned to the bounties which nature and fortune have measured to him." --Thomas Jefferson Like Jefferson and many of our other Founding Fathers who have gifted us with their words of wisdom, most teachers and parents also well understand the value of . . . read more

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WHS Fall 2015 final exam schedule posted

Finals scheduled for December 19-23

Wahoo High School will give semester final exams on Friday, Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 19, 22 & 23. All fines and negative lunch balances must be paid by Thursday, December 18, or you will be required to check-in your iPad over Christmas Break. Fine invoices will be sent out to students with negative lunch balances. The . . .

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2014-2015 WHS Boys Basketball

Warrior boys overcome home challenge from Ft. Calhoun; advance to 4-1

PRACTICE SCHEDULES:      December 2014      January 2015      February 2015 2014-2015 ROSTER: Please click HERE to view the Warrior Boys Basketball roster. RECORD: 4-1 SCORES & HIGHLIGHTS: December 19, 2014 (Home) . . .

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2014-2015 Warrior Girls Basketball

Warriors dominate Pioneers at home

CALENDARS:      December 2014      January 2015      February 2015 ROSTER: Please click HERE to view the 2014-2015 Warrior Girls Basketball roster. RECORD: 4-2 SCORES & HIGHLIGHTS: December 19, 2014 (Home) . . .

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2014-2015 Warrior Wrestling

Anson, Sotelo & Villarreal medal @ Dec. 20 home invite

2014-2015 Roster: Ivan Sotelo (sr.) Tony Thorson (sr.) Kyle White (sr.) Sean Anson (jr.) Tayler Cuda (jr.) Jordan Frankln (jr.) Jacob Nuckolls (jr.) Humberto Villarreal (jr.)    Steven Holst (soph.)    Cole Krecklow (soph.)    Caleb Schleiger (soph.)    Ryan Walker . . .

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2014-2015 WHS AcaDeca attends 2nd scrimmage at Gretna

Ruzicka & Rademaker bring home medals in Music & Economics competitions!

Alternative energy: we're big fans! The official 2014-15 WHS AcaDeca t-shirt, designed by Corby Brigham. Warrior Academic Decathlon competed in its first scrimmage of the year on Nov. 8 at Pius X High School in Lincoln. In this scrimmage, students competed against other schools in the areas of Art, Language & . . .

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2014-15 Warrior Chess Team takes 3rd place at Omaha Central tournament

Rademaker leads the charge, taking 1st place with 5 wins & 1 loss!

There are no shoulder pads, but make no mistake about it: when you play chess, you do so at your own risk! As Marcel Duchamp once stated: "Chess is a sport. A violent sport" . . . and Wahoo High School competes with Nebraska's top dogs! The WHS Chess Team captured third place (behind first place Omaha Skutt and second . . .

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Wahoo's show choir selected to back Foreigner

WHS 'Royalty' selected from numerous entries to accompany famous band in Nov. 14 performance @ Lied

After they took a little time, a little time to think things over , a Lied Center for the Performing Arts panel on Friday found a local choir to back Foreigner during the band’s performance of “ I Want to Know What Love Is ” at the Lied Center on Nov. 14. Royalty, the show choir at Wahoo High School, will be . . .

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WPS principal honored for active support of music education

John Harris receives 2014 NMEA Outstanding Administrator Award!

"Music is a more potent instrument than any other for education, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul." --Plato The Wahoo Public Schools are blessed to be lead by administrators who understand and value the importance of robust fine arts programs, and their active support doesn't go . . .

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Warrior One Act takes 'Runner Up' at Conference; Six recognized for 'Outstanding Performance'

Cast to present free community performance Dec. 5 (7:00 p.m. @ PLC)

The Capitol Conference One Act competition was held here at Wahoo High School all day yesterday, Nov. 24. WHS hosted eight competing schools: Arlington, Ashland-Greenwood, D.C. West, Fort Calhoun, Raymond Central, Springfield-Platteview, Syracuse, and Wahoo. It was a great day for "the stage"! We have much to . . .

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College, Scholarship & Financial Aid Information

2015-2016 FAFSA information now posted

(This page was last updated on December 19, 2014)  2015-2016 FAFSA Please click HERE to access the 2015-2016 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) website. Once on the website, click the green box that says "Start a New FAFSA." You may also access and print the FAFSA by clicking HERE (will . . .

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WPS offers Elem & MS/HS eBook collections to staff, students & parents

Service fully compatible with 1:1 student iPad initiative

E-BOOK COLLECTIONS:      ELEMENTARY      MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL Students: before using the above collections, you must download the BLIO reader on your iPad (free download from the App Store).   Parents: You also have open access to this service, using your . . .

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MS/HS Library opens Warrior 'Hot Spot'

Staff & students invited to enjoy a hot drink while studying

As the old saying goes, you can't buy happiness, but at the Wahoo Middle/High School Library, you can now buy coffee, and that's pretty close! The library now offers two "hot spots" to students and staff: our usual access to the district's wireless network, and now access to a new Keurig hot beverage maker. . . .

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