Fall play solves the case of the disappearing stage
By Maria Jasen, Current Staff
Even a master sleuth needs a helping hand, and the Drama Club’s fall production of Sherlock Holmes found its Watson on a local hill.
With the high school auditorium out of commission due to renovations, the drama students had to find another place to host the production. Luckily, UW-Washington County came through—and offered the use of their Theatre on the Hill, free of charge. Continue reading
Students may use Resource Time to learn about
finances at the Glacier Hills Credit Union
By Beth Williams, Current Staff
Credit cards are a wonderful tool, right? You spend as much as you want, and someone else pays the bill. Wrong.
Glacier Hills Credit Union, located near the auditorium, now offers WBHS students information about how to responsibly handle finances. Starting this year, the credit union has been facilitating educational sessions to students during resource time. On Thursday afternoons, students can be seen sitting on the floor eating food from the Nifty Nibble while learning about different aspects of the financial world, such as small loans, credit cards, and budgeting.