• QOTD - What are you thankful for?/What is your favorite Thanksgiving food?

    Posted by Wishkah Publishing on 11/20/2018 11:00:00 AM

    We have two questions today, just in time for Thanksgiving. Here is the first question:What are you thankful for?

     

    • Just like everyone else - I’m thankful for friends and family, but I’m also thankful for CAMELS! -Mrs.Seidel
    • All the people in my life.
    • For life and family -Ryan Erickson
    • My parents and my best friend. They do so much for me every day, there is no way to thank them enough for everything they do.
    • A great family, awesome friends, and a beautiful girlfriend.
    • My homies, my fam, my bf, and burta. - JJ Morris
    • I’m thankful for a healthy body and a happy family and Gwen. -Abbi Van Blaricom
    • Education
    • My family, music, and art. - Kymber Burge
    • I’m thankful for having a roof over my head and having a family that loves me.
    • My elbows
    • Mrs. Ellefson, my mom, my dad, my family, and the class. -Isa
    • I am thankful for the radiation my grandma gets so she can get better.
    • Football, Turkey, Pumpkin pie,and family and friends. -Mr. Richardson

     

    The other question we have asked is: What is your favorite Thanksgiving food? Here are the responses:

    • Sugar free pumpkin pie and real whip cream. -Mr.Richardson
    • My favorite Thanksgiving food is the turkey my mom cooks and stuffs with stuffing each year.
    •   Turkey is my favorite Thanksgiving food. -Isa
    • Rolls.
    • Turkey.
    • Mashed potatoes and gravy. -Kymber
    • Cheese ball.
    • All of it but the gross cranberry stuff. -Abbi Van Blaricom
    • Mashed potatoes bro and rolls. -JJ Morris
    • Either Pumpkin pie or lemon Meringue.
    • My dad's green bean casserole! It’s the best thing at Thanksgiving!
    • Mashed potatoes and gravy. -Ryan Erickson
    • Stuffing and pie.
    • I love the stuffing, we use my mother-in-law’s recipe that has lots of butter, crustless white bread chunks, celery, and onion. -Mrs.Siedel

     

    Thanks for reading the student blog. If you have a suggestion for the next question, contact Cristil Schrotberger, JJ Morris, Allison Van Blaricom, Josh Johnson, or Mr. Burns. We would love to hear from our fellow students, staff, and community.

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  • Wishkah band played at WSU

    Posted by Wishkah Publishing on 11/19/2018 3:00:00 PM

    Wishkah Band at Cougar Plaza, WSU | Mrs. Patterson photo

     

    On Saturday night, the Wishkah band -- 19 high school students -- were a part of the Washington State University marching band and played at halftime of the Washington State-Arizona Pac-12 Conference football game at Martin Stadium.

    They played the Washington State University’s fight song and "Africa" by Toto.

    The band spent the weekend touring the campus, enjoying the sights and hanging out with other schools' band members and WSU students. 

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  • Veterans Day Flag Ceremony and Band Performance

    Posted by Wishkah Publishing on 11/13/2018 3:00:00 PM

    Troop 100 | Wishkah Publishing

    In conjunction with Veteran’s Day, Wishkah Valley School hosted Boys Scout Troop 100 in a flag retirement ceremony on Friday morning.

     

    Jack Roman, of Troop 100, came to the school as a guest speaker and spoke in front of the student body, staff and administration about the flag ceremony itself. He talked about the traditions of the retirement ceremony -- changing the flag with a new one and respectfully burning the old one. Mrs. Patterson played “Taps” as the old flag was placed inside a small fire pit to be disposed of, and a new one was replaced by the troops and raised into place.

     

    The school then recited the Pledge of Allegiance and observed a moment of silence for all veterans.

    Commander Jack Roman | Wishkah Publishing

    On Monday, Wishkah students celebrated Veterans Day again, with the first through fifth graders singing patriotic songs. The were followed by the High School Band performed on buckets; the performance was called fresh trash. The songs performed by the Elementary School classes were "God Bless The USA" and "Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue."

     

    Wishkah High School Band | Wishkah Publishing

    Elementary school students singing | Wishkah Publishing

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  • What's Your Rainbow? Kyla German

    Posted by Rob Burns on 11/7/2018 1:30:00 PM

    Kyla German | Wishkah Publishing

    Good afternoon Wishkah.

     

    Kyla German is this week's Rainbow feature. This energetic 6th grader came up with a great quote for her rainbow to share with the community. Later this week, we will have another Rainbow feature.

     

    If you have an idea on who you'd like to see in this spot, send Mr. Burns a note at publishing@wishkah.org.

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  • QOTD - What game do you want to play in the next pep assembly?

    Posted by Wishkah Publishing on 11/5/2018 3:00:00 PM

    Good morning Wishkah!  Here is the question of the day for this week:What game would you like to play at the next pep - assembly? Here are some of our responses we have received.

     

    • Tug-o-War.
    • Tag or freeze tag. -Alana
    • Soccer.
    • Blanket race.
    • Balloon games, Beach ball games, Pool noodle hockey, Pie/hot dog eating contest, Human hungry hungry hippos, Teacher/student face painting contest, Teacher/student kickball, Minute to win it games. -Mrs.Cook
    • A big group of duck duck goose! Ya!
    • Football players v.s cheerleaders dodge ball

     

    Thanks for reading the student blog. If you have a suggestion for the next question, contact Cristil Schrotberger, JJ Morris, Allison Van Blaricom, Josh Johnson, or Mr. Burns.

     

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  • Joey Brenneman scores 7 TDs for Loggers in Homecoming Game

    Posted by Rob Burns on 10/28/2018 8:00:00 AM

    On Homecoming and Senior Day, Wishkah rallied to close to within two scores before falling to Oakville, 58-46, in a Coastal League 8-man football game at Bob Addison Memorial Field on Saturday.
    Joey Brenneman scored seven total touchdowns for Wishkah — a 5-yard pass to Dylan Richart, a 14-yard run, a 50-yard kickoff return, a 61-yard kickoff return, a 59-yard run, a 74-yard run and a 62-yard reception and run from Owen McNeill. Skylor Boggs had six tackles for a loss to lead the defense.
    Wishkah finished with a 1-6 record.

    Oakville 14 8 16 20 — 58
    Wishkah 0 14 6 26 — 46
    O - Nathan Boyd 84 run (N. Boyd run)
    O - Sam Starr-Wright 1 run (run failed)
    W - Dylan Richart 5 pass from Joey Brenneman (Brenneman to Richart)
    W - Brenneman 14 run (run failed)
    O - N. Boyd 61 run (Starr-Wright run)
    O - N. Boyd 9 run (Boyd run)
    O - Mathew Kimbrel 42 run (N. Boyd run)
    W - Brenneman 50 kickoff return (run failed)
    O - Starr-Wright 20 pass from N. Boyd (N. Boyd run)
    W - Brenneman 61 kickoff return (Brenneman run)
    O - Kimbrel 2 run (N. Boyd run)
    W - Brenneman 59 run (run failed)
    O - N. Boyd 1 run (run failed)
    W - Brenneman 74 run (pass failed)
    W - Brenneman 62 pass from Owen McNeill (run failed)

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  • News Brief: Homecoming/Teacher-Student-Parent Conferences

    Posted by Wishkah Publishing Class on 10/18/2018 3:00:00 PM

    Hey Wishkah!

     It's about time to see all of your wonderful children's progress here at Wishkah Valley School! The first conference week will start on Tuesday, Oct. 23 through Friday, Oct. 27.

     It will also be Homecoming Week, Wishkah will be door decorating! Any seventh through 12th graders who would like to come in and help their class decorate a classroom door is welcome to do so. Each day through Homecoming, there will be a theme day, including Class Color Day on Thursday and Spirit Day on Friday.

     On Saturday, Oct. 28, Wishkah will host Oakville in the Homecoming Game. After the game, a Homecoming Dance will capped off the week.

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  • Elementary School ASB Election

    Posted by Wishkah Publication Class on 10/18/2018 3:00:00 PM

    Elementary ASB candidates | Wishkah Publishing Class

    Standing in front of the entire elementary school student body, more than 10 Wishkah students presented their cases to earn election onto the 2018-19 Wishkah Elementary ASB Council on Friday.

    After a 15-minute rally that featured candidates for president, vice president, secretary and treasurer, the elementary school voted for their new council members.

    The 2018-19 elementary ASB council is: Grace Greathouse, President; Kyla Jo German, Vice President; Kennedy Kolodize, Secretary; and, Bryce Cork, Treasurer.

    Elementary school students, staff listen to the ASB candidates talk about their candidacy. | Wishkah Publication Class

     

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  • Paul Allen Flag Raising

    Posted by Publishing Class on 10/16/2018 3:00:00 PM

    Wishkah 12th Man Flag raising in honor of Paul Allen | Publishing Class

     

    In honor of Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft and the owner of the Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trailblazers who died on Monday due to complications from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, students at Wishkah Valley School raised the 12th Flag in a short ceremony on Tuesday at Bob Addison Memorial Field.

     

    Ms. Jackie Cook, the school's kindergarten teacher, led the ceremony and spoke of Allen's philantrophy, his accomplishments at Microsoft, at Vulcan Inc., the company he founded after he left Microsoft, and creation of the Experience Music Project in Seattle. The ceremony was well attended. Ms. Cook's family worked for Allen and a picture from the ceremony, as well as signed signs and well-wishes, will be passed along to Allen's family.

     

    Ms. Cook, as well as several teachers and many students, wore Seahawks gear in honor of Allen during school.

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  • News Brief: Halloween Bash

    Posted by Publishing Class on 10/16/2018 2:45:00 PM

    Hello Wishkah!

     

    The Halloween Bash is coming this Friday in the school gym from 6-8 p.m. There will be lots of treats, candy, and fun. There will be a costume contest for all ages! There will be games for everyone.

    There will also be a movie night in Room 4, bring a pillow and blanket, but don’t forget to take them home with you. In addition, there will be popcorn to munch on during the movie. The admission fee is $5. Be sure to bring your trick or treat bag. (Or Pumpkin)

     

    We hope you can make it to this frightful event.

     

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