Blood drive starts Thursday by Susan Back, the Voice On September 30, students and staff are encouraged to donate blood during the first blood drive of the new school year. Students under sixteen must have a signed permission form the day of, and a sign-up sheet will be available during lunch periods to […]
New Videowall keeps the lunchroom informed by Aminah Beg, the Voice As students have seen there is a new nine screen video wall in the cafeteria. The school is using a different and updated form for announcements during lunch. Administrators have created a new tool to advertise the school’s news and clubs. They wanted to […]
Juniors need to prepare for a years worth of testing by DeAsia Sutgrey, the Voice There are four different tests, including the new PARCC test, open to juniors this year. Even though there have been minor changes to the testing process, the process fairly remains the same, according to Mrs. Sein, junior house counselor. The […]
9/11 survivor Joe Dittmar spoke to students and staff at Waubonsie Valley High School on Thursday, September 11. Watch the full presentation.
OSWEGO, IL – Tony Durns’ colleagues and teachers already knew how fast he was. But the Oswego Panthers found out first-hand Friday night, as the Warriors defeated Oswego, 27-20. Durns ran one touchdown in from 61 yards out in the first half, then returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the second half. The Warriors […]
NAPERVILLE, IL – As much as Waubonsie Valley boys soccer enjoys playing at home, they’ve enjoyed playing on the road even more the past two matches. For the second straight night, the Warriors won on Naperville Central’s turf, defeating Bartlett, 2-1. The victory was part of the Best of the West Tournament, held at Naperville […]