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Congratulations WHS Class of 2020!

Seniors persevere coronavirus pandemic and are ready to take on the world; Graduation ceremony video premieres May 18 @ 5:00 p.m.

Congratulations to the Wahoo High School Class of 2020! This year’s class has proven to be tougher than most! Due to the coronavirus pandemic that swept through the nation, a virtual graduation was held on Thursday, May 7 throughout the day. Students arrived one by one in their caps and gowns and were allowed to pick up their diplomas and other academic honors that they individually earned. A compilation of the individual “walks across the stage” will be shared with each student and their family. A live graduation has been planned for Sunday, July 26, should it be approved by local and state health officials. Fifty-three percent of this . . .

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2019-2020 WHS Academic Awards posted

Traditional awards ceremony cancelled due to pandemic closure

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 school closure, we are unable to hold our yearly academic awards ceremony. Regardless, we want to make sure our student accomplishments are announced and celebrated! Congratulations to the following Wahoo High School students for earning academic awards for the 2019-2020 school year: CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE) Awards for "Academic Excellence" given by Mr. Kevin Scheef: Business Law: Tucker Janecek Web Design: Branden Koranda, Jackson Taylor, Kennedy Wobker Digital Media: Trenton Erdmann-Hughes, Alec Gettert, Sara Lindgren, Gage Sherman Information Technology: Calin Smith Awards for . . .

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2020-2021 Robotics Club now accepting registrations

New STEAM club open to all 6th-12th grade students; Registration forms due Friday, May 29

The Robotics Club starts in June 2020 for students in 6th-12th grades.  The club will meet once a week and as needed, with the schedule being set by the coaches/sponsors. We will be following all Three Rivers Health Department and the State of Nebraska mandated health directives. Teams will practice in Wahoo and Weston. The cost is $150 per student for the year, which includes the cost of the parts, technology and tournament fees. Please click the below link to access the registration form: STUDENT REGISTRATION FORM This form and fees are due by May 29, 2020 . You can drop the form and fees at one of the schools in an envelope marked . . .

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