Washington placed 2nd out of 60 teams. Congratulations Max, Parker, Theodore, Nicholas, & Coach Jay Bolduc
The WCHS Drama Department will present “Our Town” on March 7 and 8, at 7:30 pm, in the WCHS Performing Arts Center.
"Our Town," the award-winning play by Thornton Wilder, depicts daily life in small-town America during the early 19th century. WCHS students, using mime and narration, portray the trials and triumphs of Grover's Corner townspeople as they experience life's significant events over a decade.
Tickets prices are: Adults-$8.00, Students and Senior Citizens-$5.00; tickets are reserved seating and on sale now in the WCHS Performing Arts Center Box Office or by calling the WCHS Performing Arts Center Box Office at (574) 371-5040
The middle school Band and Orchestra fittings that were previously scheduled for Tuesday, February 4th, have been moved to Tuesday, February 11th, from 4-8pm in the Band Room, located in the Performing Arts Center at WCHS. Please contact Lori Owens @ (574) 371-5037 to schedule an instrument fitting time for your student.