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Kaylee Rickets sets 9 of 11 NSAA girls wrestling individual records!

Warrior senior dominates newly-published record board after last year's inaugural season

Back in September, the NSAA updated its official girls records page to include the results of the 2021-22 season , and what a season it was for Warrior wrestler Kaylee Ricketts!  As Ricketts gears up for her senior season, she is now recognized as the current owner of 9 of the 11 individual NSAA girls wrestling records .  “I am extremely proud of Kaylee’s accomplishments over the last two seasons and last season in particular, in the first fully sanctioned season,” Coach Ed Raney commented. “She puts in a lot of time training and competing in the off-season, and it shows out on the mat.” After winning an NSWCA . . .

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Wahoo Elementary's WATCH D.O.G.S. program sees increased popularity & involvement

Second-year initiative provides positive role models to students & added security to school

Hello Warrior Families! We are excited to announce that The WATCH D.O.G.S. program, which started at Wahoo Elementary for the 2021-2022 school year, is going strong, and we are always looking for more dads to get involved! WATCH D.O.G.S. ® ( Dads of Great Students ) is a family and community engagement educational initiative. The program aims to provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important, and to provide extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying. There are many wonderful benefits to this program, including students gaining positive male role models, and . . .

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Logan Scott, Grace Darling, and Connor Herndon earn "Outstanding Performance" honors at Nov. 5 One Act Festival @ Schuyler

Scott captures one of three festival-wide awards; team takes 4th of 8 schools; Wahoo offers public performance on Nov. 12 at 1:00 p.m.

The Warrior One Act Team attended the Schuyler Central High School One Act Festival on Saturday. This was their first performance in front of an audience or judges. Wahoo placed fourth out of eight schools. Congratulations Logan Scott, Grace Darling, and Connor Herndon for receiving an "Outstanding Performance" award within the ensemble cast! Logan Scott also received an "Outstanding Performance" award for the entire festival! Only three of those were awarded. The play this year is All in the Timing by David Ives. There are six plays within the script and the one act cast is performing two of them.   Words, . . .

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Former astronaut brings space to community, encourages students to dream big

Duane "Digger" Carey helps kick off District's new "Space in the Community" program

"I would like to thank Dr. Josh Snyder, Superintendent Brandon Lavely, the Wahoo Foundation and directors Eric Gottschalk and Bill Reece, Astronaut Digger Carey, the Space Foundation crew and everyone else that came together to make this happen. We have such a tall order as a civilization to tackle the challenges before us. Whether it be energy, the environment, farming, medicine, aerospace or our fellow humans in need. Who will be our future problem solvers? We are a people of natural curiosity, pioneers at heart, explorers and creators. I believe we are meant to be a space faring . . .

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Wahoo qualifies 9 (NINE!) for All-State Music!

Eight Warrior musicians secure their place in the 2022 NMEA All-State Chorus; one will take his clarinet to All-State Band!

There are countless reasons to be impressed by the accomplishments of the WHS Music Program. Add last week's 2022 All-State announcement to the list! Since July, Wahoo High School choir students have been working on the Nebraska All-State chorus music. Auditions were held at the end of September. This choir is very select, containing members from around the state of Nebraska. These students have worked extremely hard and their early mornings and late afternoon rehearsals have paid off! Approximately 3,000 Nebraska students auditioned for the Nebraska Music Education Association 's ( NMEA ) All-State ensembles, and eight Wahoo students were . . .

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