AURORA, IL – When the Warriors looked up at the time on the scoreboard following the 200 individual medley relay against Metea Valley, they were looking up at history.
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Teachers, parents, and middle and high school students across Illinois have the opportunity to participate in the Illinois 5Essentials Survey. This state-required survey is a chance for all to provide feedback about Waubonsie Valley High School. To take this short survey: 1. Visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/login/. 2. Type and then select Dupage as District 204’s County location. […]
Warrior Update; Episode 11; Friday, December 18, 2017
WEST CHICAGO – Waubonsie Valley boys swimming won the West Chicago Wildcat Relays on Saturday at West Chicago High School. The Warriors won the invite with 161 points, three points ahead of second-place Neuqua Valley, and 40 points ahead of third-place Stagg.
Waubonsie Valley’s Giving Tree deadline has been extended now until Tuesday, December 19th. Sponsored by the WVHS Student Council, the Giving Tree is an opportunity for students and staff to give back to the community.
Warrior Update; Episode 10; Friday, December 8, 2017
by Sophia Morano, Reporter, The Voice NAPERVILLE – Fresh off their first three tournaments, Waubonsie Valley’s Speech Team is celebrating the first half of their season. At the beginning of the year, at the Wheaton North Technicolor Tournament, senior Sophia Morano placed 6th in Radio Speaking, senior Miranda Swartz placed 5th in Extemporaneous Speaking, and freshman […]
AURORA – The Warriors saved their best for last on Saturday, scoring 36 second-half points en route to a 54-28 win over Glenbard North at Waubonsie Valley’s Wood Gym. Three Warriors tallied double figures, including Ahniya Melton (13), freshman Lauren McKnight (13), and senior Gina Palasz (10). The Warriors travel to Neuqua Valley on […]
Warrior Update; Episode 9; Friday, December 1, 2017
Waubonsie Valley is implementing a new, easy-to-use web- and app-based program to help build and maintain communication between home and school. HERO is a schoolwide system that sends notifications to parents when their student visits the Academic Resource Center (ARC) or cafeteria. The program captures and collects data that benefits both students and parents, by supporting […]