We would like to invite our friends, family, and community members to join us May 4th at 6 PM in the WDHS Gymnasium to celebrate the students of the Class of 2018.
The event is the first presentation of the next graduating class and we would greatly appreciate your support.
Time: 6 PM- 7:00 PM
Place: WDHS Gymnasium
Cost: $3 for Adults/ $2 for Students
We hope to see you there!
Happy St. Valentine’s Day! We hope you smile a lot today! If you would like to send a flower and make somebody else to smile like you, there still will be a chance. Our flower stand will be open during recess/lunch time (11:10 to 12:00) in the WDES Lobby! We have red, pink, white and yellow carnations and tags ready for you! Only a $1.00 to make somebody’s day brighter! If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Churchill or Ms. Halina 🙂
THE CLASS OF 2018 WOULD LIKE TO CONGRATULATE MARK ELHERMANN ON WINNING THEIR BEEF RAFFLE!
The winning ticket was drawn at WDHS on February 1, 2017.
The class raised nearly $1800 with this fundraiser, with over 170 tickets sold!
The top selling student was Brennan Viola!
The class would like to send their heartfelt thanks to the community and ticket buyers that helped make this raffle such a success.
They would especially like to thank Fortune Smiles Farmstead, LLC and Cedar Grove Meat Processing!
The Varsity Club Supper was successful. We raised more than $4000.
Thanks go out to all of the community members and businesses that donated to this event.
Special thanks to Daryl Molton, BenGoodwin and Don Hanson for the cooking and other prep work.
To Willie Drost for making the rolls.
To Fred Flewelling and Aaron Turner for donating the potatoes for the supper.
To Michael Ericson for organizing the the auction items.
To Tom Drew for a great job as auctioneer.
And to all of the students for donations, setup help, ticket takers, clean up and bid table people
The Spain and Paris Tour Students will be selling holiday wreaths from now until November 20th. They are hand made and approximately 30 inches across. Plain wreaths are $15 and Decorated wreaths are $25. The profit goes toward the student’s trip fees.
The class of 2016 would like to thank the community for attending our Senior Class Play: “Aw, Shucks!”
We appreciate your support!
WDHS DI teams are having a paint and sip party (nonalcoholic sips) on April 27th, at 7 pm at the Washburn Rec center.
If you would like more information or plan to attend please let Tracy Reed know so she can have enough supplies.
All proceeds go to the WDHS DI team for their trip to Globals.
The Junior class of WDHS would like to thank the friends, family, and community that joined us for our Junior Exhibition. The evening was a fundraising success, and a good time for all.
The night’s performers included:
Takayla Nay, Bryce Roix & McCall Turner, Jackie West
The winners of both People’s Choice and the Judges Award were Bryce and McCall with their hilarious rendition of “Who’s on First” by Abbott and Costello.
Way to go!
Our WDHS Life Skill students have begin making Melt & Pour Soaps as a fundraiser. The proceeds earned from the soap sales will be used to support the Life Skills Program (field trips, cooking, and classroom materials).
There are currently 14 scentastic soaps to choose from!
The bars come in 2 oz or 4 oz.
2 oz bars are $1
4 oz bars are $2
Contact WDHS if you have any questions.