Pow Wow in Wabeno

On Wednesday May 10th we were visited by Sokaogoon Chippewa and Forest County Potawatomi tribal members. Our students learned some of the native dances and music while learning about a healthy lifestyle. Tribal member Kimberlee Soldier says a powwow offers a chance at healing the body, the mind, and the spirit. Many of our students…

An Evening of Elegance

This past weekend the Junior class hosted Wabeno High School’s annual Prom. It was a night filled with grace, style, and memories never to be forgotten. The Junior representatives on court this year were: Jordan Burki and Kassidy Ashbeck; Maggie Chickey and Kenzie Mischo; Alex Clay and Ellie Donaldson; Trevor Tallier and Caitlin Cassidy; Hannah…

Strides Walk

Students of Wabeno High School participated in a Diabetes Strides Walk, sponsored by the Lions Club on the morning of April 28th. The students started the morning with a presentation from Val and Evan Loduha. They talked about how Evan has had type 1 diabetes since he was two. They taught us that learning to…

National Honor Society

April 30th was a big day for a few students at Wabeno High. Not only was it the day after prom, but thirteen students were inducted into the National Honor Society. Nine seniors were inducted for the second time; Maggie Warrner, Allison Bartels, Allisen Novak, Cooper Chrisman, Michael Gilpin, Ashlyn Hooper, Keci Godin, Brandon Moravec,…

Coming Home

On March 24th Wabeno students got the opportunity to watch Tim Helnore, who is an old student of WHS.  He was a part of the Wabeno Area School District from kindergarten all the way to 7th grade before him and his family moved out to Montana prior to the start of his 8th grade year.…

Lady Rebels Fall Short

On Tuesday, April 4th, the Lady Rebels faced the Antigo Red Robins in their first game of the season. It’s no secret that the Rebels lost some great players last year and now have big shoes to fill. Sadly, the Lady Rebels took a huge hit and lost their first game, but they are motivated…

Yolk’s on You

The Yolk’s on You challenge has been a very fun and exciting way to help raise money for the PBIS team. The money goes towards the prizes given out to Roller Riser winners at the assemblies.   The game is simple; everyone in the school votes on students and teachers to participate by putting money…