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Students in the Community Based Instruction and Independent Living Program at Wa-Hi are teaming up with the STEP Program to make, sell, and deliver organic dog treats and pupsicles.

The rifle team shot 3 seperate matches on Saturday in Spokane, nearly 6 hours of competitive shooting, winning 2 of their 3 matches.
Press release written by Cadet Major Shaunia Marek. Photo credit goes to Cadet Corporal Sara Justice.

Congratulations to the GO BLUE students of January and February! Eight students were selected each month by their teachers as GO BLUE students. Nominated students were recognized for the exceptional examples they provide as model students, especially during this challenging time with Distance and Hybrid Learning. Below are what they had to say about being chosen.

Blue Devil Cadets Win Washington State Junior Olympic Air Rifle Match

The Blue Devil JROTC Precision Team claimed the Junior Olympic Air Rifle Washington State Championship at the Spokane Rifle Club on Saturday. The match was held in 3 different locations in Washington State in February and March, with nearly 40 shooters from 7 different rifle teams across the state represented. Individual athletes in this match may receive invitations to the Junior Olympic National Championship held at the Olympic Training Center at a future date to be determined by the match host, USA Shooting.

Wa-Hi Precision Team Wins Junior Olympic State Championship
By Cadet Major Shaunia Marek

On February 11th, Wa-Hi’s precision rifle team claimed the title of Washington State Junior Olympic Champions at the 2021 Washington State Junior Olympic Air Rifle Championship match. Battling five other teams across Washington State, Wa-Hi was able to win first place with a comfortable 32 point lead over Capital City Gold.

Wa- Hi Drama Club members  are creating a new production of Robin Hood. Drama teacher Kristin Hessler with help from Kristin Vining, who has been involved with many Wa-Hi Drama productions in past years, are using the online Zoom to devise the new play. Students meet weekly to work on concepts, characters and script. Eventually they hope to compose music as well. 

View article by JEREMY BURNHAM of the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin Feb 18, 2021 here.

February 1st was the first day of fall season sports!

Congratulations to the GO BLUE students of December! This month, eight students were selected by their teachers as GO BLUE students. Nominated students were recognized for the exceptional examples they provide as model students, especially during this challenging time with Distance Learning. Below are what they had to say about being chosen.