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29 Wahoo Middle School students compete in 2018 SkillsUSA East Conference

24 bring home top-three medals!

Twenty-nine Wahoo middle school students traveled to Omaha to participate in the East Middle School SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference on March 1. It was a very successful day for the Warriors, with 24 students earning medals . . .

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19 WHS students attend 2016 State SkillsUSA Conference

Caitlyn Moore, Jacob Nuckolls & Mason States medal in their events!

Wahoo High School had 19 students compete at the 2016 State SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference at the Century Link Center in Omaha.  The conference showcased 1,600 of the best career and technical education students . . .

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Wahoo SkillsUSA attends 2015 Fall Leadership Conference

Students enhance leadership skills & network with Norfolk area businesses

Wahoo students attended the SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Conference at Northeast Community College in Norfolk Monday, September 21.  Nineteen students traveled to Norfolk to attend the conference designed to kick off the year . . .

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WMS students attend March 20 SkillsUSA Conference @ Metro Community College

8th grade quiz bowl team takes 3rd!

The Middle School SkillsUSA conference was held on Friday, March 20, 2015 at the Metropolitan Community College South Campus in Omaha.  Wahoo entered 11 students into the competition. The students learned about the SkillsUSA . . .

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WHS SkillsUSA students attend 2014 Fall Leadership Conference

Annual event in Grand Island draws record attendance

The Wahoo High School SkillsUSA chapter sent 19 students to the 2014 Fall Leadership Conference in Grand Island on Sept 22.  The conference was held at the Career Pathways Institute, a technical school located within the Grand . . .

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WHS SkillsUSA selling iPad-compatible stylus/pen combos for $2

Chapter to use profits to pay for dues & state fees

The SkillsUSA Stylus/Pen Combos are IN!   WHS SkillsUSA members are selling these stylus/pen combos as a chapter fundraiser to help pay for dues and state costs. They work well with iPads, and are now available for purchase . . .

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Fourteen WMS Students Attend First Annual Skills USA Middle School Leadership Conference

Students Make Good Showing in Variety of Contests

The Wahoo SkillsUSA Chapter participated in the first ever middle school leadership conference on March 23 at Omaha's Metro Community College's South Omaha campus. Wahoo brought 14 students to the conference with competitors in . . .

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Warrior SkillsUSA Chapter Brings Home 7 Medals from State Competition

Wahoo Beats Out 27 Other Teams to Take Technical Team Problem Solving Championship

The Wahoo High School SkillsUSA chapter competed at the State Leadership and Skills Competition in Hastings April 14-16.   Wahoo took ten students and brought home a total of seven medals! The Technical Team Problem . . .

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SkillsUSA Week Set for February 7-13

Governor Heineman's Proclamation Makes It Official

SkillsUSA members across the state of Nebraska and nation are celebrating SkillsUSA Week during February 7-13, 2010 in conjunction with National Career and Technical Education Month. SkillsUSA is a national organization serving high . . .

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Nebraska SkillsUSA State Leadership & Skills Conference Set for March 25-27 in Columbus

Registration Deadline: Wednesday, Feb. 10

Registration for the March 25-27 Nebraska SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference has begun, and the deadline for signing up is Wednesday, February 10. We have 28 students in our SkillsUSA chapter and are hoping to make . . .

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Newly Formed WHS SkillsUSA Chapter Competes in State Competition

Welding Fabrication Team Takes 3rd Place

SkillsUSA is a national nonprofit organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations. It was formerly known . . .

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