Chisholm Trail Museum receives grant

TOPEKA - The Kansas Humanities Council (KHC) recently awarded the Chisholm Trail Museum of Wellington a $3,487 grant for the "Chisholm Trail Museum Archives Preservation Grant" project.   Jim Bales serves as the project director.  The purpose of this project is to organize, combine by category or event, and index historic documents and photos located in the Chisholm Trail Museum's archives and rehouse them in archival grade storage c

WMS 7/8 Knights Finish Well @ Haysville Track Triangular

The WMS 7/8 Track Squad hit the road on Thursday to the Haysville Triangular with the host Haysville and Andover.

The 8TH Grade Boys and Girls came home with First Place Team Hardware, the 7TH Grade Boys and Girls with Second. Click the following link for COMPLETE & OVERALL RESULTS. We've listed the 1st place individual finishers (below that) for your browsing convenience.

WHS Valedictorians and Top Ten Percent of Class Named

The Wellington High School administration is proud to announce the Valedictorians and top ten percent of the 2014-2015 senior class.

"It is with my pleasure to name Mikala Mae Bradbury,  Jade Alexandra Dry,  Maggie Harris Fink,  Kindyl Joy Krueger,  Sarah Elisabeth Lee,  Katie Nicole Pape and Cajen La'Nae Shore as the Valedictorians,"   said Adam Hatfield, principal of WHS.

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