This story has been updated. The Cinderella Dress Exchange is back to help local high school students get their gowns for prom. The event is scheduled for 4 to 10 p.m. March 13 in the Union Ballroom. Melissa Abner, program coordinator for the fashion and apparel merchandising program at UCM, said a fashion show of… Read more »
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Warrensburg R-6 School District is still recovering after the computer system in their central office had been compromised Jan. 9. The district’s cyber insurance company is still investigating the incident. While no personal information was taken and all files were restored, the incident raised questions regarding the security of the data. Andy Kohl, the Warrensburg… Read more »
By Gabrielle Moore Whitney Andersen was literally raised to be a music teacher. Her mother was a choir director and her father was a band director and is the principle trumpet player of the Dallas Wind Symphony. She says she also had fantastic music teachers growing up, her high school choir director ultimately leading her… Read more »
By Abbey Tauchen Students strolling down the Warrensburg High School foreign language hallway are surrounded by a whirlwind of color and culture – green, red, blue and yellow. These bright, joyful colors are enough to raise any student’s spirits on any day – maybe not on a Spanish IV test day, but yes, most days…. Read more »
By Abbey Tauchen The Warrensburg High School departments of music and theater will present “Bye Bye Birdie,” Nov. 16-18 at 7 p.m. in the WHS lecture hall. Tickets are $5. The director is theater teacher Katie Miller, and the musical director is choir teacher Whitney Andersen. In “Bye Bye Birdie,” heartbreak has struck the hearts… Read more »
By Adrienne Sauer The Warrensburg High School Theatre Department is presenting “Bye Bye Birdie” Thursday through Saturday at the high school. Curtain opens at 7 p.m. for all shows. The 1950s-era production chronicles the life of popular rock ‘n’ roll star Conrad Birdie, who is being drafted into the Army. Die-hard fans are crushed by this… Read more »
Warrensburg High School celebrated Homecoming 2017 the week of Sept. 18. Members of the Rookie Reporter program were on hand to capture some of the memories from the pep rally, royalty coronation, halftime performances and football game.
Rookie Reporters Gaby Moore and Adrienne Sauer visit with WHS alumni to discuss their favorite memories and to seek their advice for current students during 2017 Homecoming.
The Rookie Reporter program is a collaborative effort between the UCM Digital Media Production program and Warrensburg High School. WHS students interested in journalism will be writing, photographing, filming and editing stories of interest to WHS students, faculty, family and friends. These stories will then be published under the WHS News heading on digitalBURG.com. Carol… Read more »