The 7th grade basketball team is selling WELLINGTON BASKETBALL gear to help fund a trip in January. The KNIGHTS will be traveling to watch a college game and learn about basketball at the next level. All of the clothing on the site below will say "Wellington Basketball" (FONT will be similar to "DUKES" font below) rather than Knights or Crusaders or Dukes. The team wants you to be able to wear any of the items to all events. Everything will be screen printed EXCEPT for polo shirts - those will be embroidered.
LIFE had a lot of family fun and bonding during Sessions 3 & 4 of the KRR LIFE Program.
We had guest readers: Mr. Buckendorff WHS Principal during session 3 and Wellington Police Officer Jessie Velasquez for session 4 read to the students.
They played games and received free books, games, and prizes in addition to a sit-down family meal.
Next week is the Literacy Night with special events throughout the evening.
The 2017-2018 Duchess Candidates were announced Tuesday at WHS! Congrats to this years selectees!
L to R: Jill Wiley, Abby Lowe, Jenna Rausch, Mekenna Adams and Lexi Saffell
Formal Pics will be on OCT. 15th!
Homecoming Parade and Pep Rally on the 19th downtown!
Earlier on the 19th, the Duchess Pep Assembly at WHS (no school on Friday Oct 20th so Pep Assembly at school being held on Thursday that week).
For Immediate Release
October 1, 2017
Contact: Linda Chase, 620-326-4310 Ext. 2172
Wellington FFA to sell Blue & Gold products to raise funds for our Chapter!
Products may be purchased through April 2018 and are not available in stores. Sausage, chicken tenderloin fritters and thick-slice bacon will be on sale for this school year, each customer who orders a “helping” of these Blue & Gold products will also be “helping” Wellington FFA.
This is a picture of 3rd Hour Child Development class at WMS instructed by Vicki Hillhouse. Students shown are participating in the Flour Baby Project. They have been made to understand this is just a small simulation of actual caregiving/parenting.
Mrs. Traci Smith's 4th Hour Native American History students at Wellington Middle School have been busy painting pictographs on "buffalo hides". They have also been constructing tipis (teepees) - a very hands on and creative activity for the Knights!