What was the highlight of homecoming week? After the recent death of the queen of England, which public figure or celebrity would affect you most if they passed? What is your go-to Sonic drink and food order?
Throwback Thursday | ’94 Homecoming
As the Chargers prepare for the end of homecoming week, we look back to the '95 yearbook and homecoming from the fall of 1994.
Meet the 2022 Homecoming candidates
Watch the candidates in action at the parade Wednesday at 6:30, or the pep rally Friday at 1:30. The crowning takes place Friday at 6:20 followed by football vs. Northern Heights.
Homecoming changes promote community involvement
Homecoming week will look a little different this year, with the parade moving to Wednesday night and the addition of a powderpuff football game.
Question of the Week | Favorite homecoming traditions
Question of the week | What's your favorite homecoming tradition, or what tradition should WHS add to homecoming?
Throwback Thursday | 1982 Homecoming
Today we throwback to the Fall of 1982 for homecoming. The theme was "Endless Love" and the king and queen were Eddie Katt and Chris Berroth.
Homecoming 2021 | Candidates reflect on time at WHS
2021 Homecoming candidates answer questions about their time at WHS. The homecoming parade begins Friday at 1:30 p.m. with the pep rally downtown after. The crowning is at 6:30 with football vs. Troy at 7 p.m. The homecoming dance begins after the game until 11 p.m.
Charged up for homecoming
Homecoming candidates discuss their time at WHS
View the pep rally at 2 p.m. today on the USD 329 Youtube page. The crowning is at 6:30 p.m., followed by football vs. Uniontown.
Throwback Thursday: Homecoming ’76
For this week’s Throwback Thursday we’re looking back at Homecoming 1975, year 2 of Wabaunsee High School.
Current WJH principal Steve Oliver was crowned Homecoming king and Diana Coon Homecoming Queen.
Homecoming 2020 crowning is tomorrow night at 6:30 before the Football game against Uniontown. The pep rally at 2 p.m. will be streamed on the USD 329 Youtube channel.
Editorial: Homecoming traditions worth effort to modify
Homecoming is going to take on a new Covid-proof look next week as the Chargers prepare to take on the Uniontown Eagles.
Students and staff enacted numerous changes in an attempt to make homecoming fun, but there were some disappointing decisions made. Student Council representatives met with principal Jan Hutley and discussed options for continuing with the traditional homecoming activities safely, although a few are still being prohibited.