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This summer District 145 is continuing construction projects as part of the bond issue approved by voters in 2014. Waverly High School is starting the construction project in the south parking lot and at Viking stadium. The entire south parking lot between the high school and stadium will
Once school is out on May 17 for students, the construction will progress east through the parking lot and inside the areas of Viking Stadium. This project will take most of the summer to complete and we need to begin as soon as possible to ensure completion prior to the start of activities in August.
Please plan accordingly, especially for Waverly High School graduation on May 15. There will be approximately 100 fewer parking spots available due to the initial construction.
We apologize for the inconvenience this will cause your for any teams, coaches, and organization that utilize Waverly High School during the summer. Facilities is one of the strategic focus areas our patrons have as a priority in making our district a better place for students, parents, and community members. We appreciate your flexibility and understanding in this situation.
After school is out for students on May 17, the construction will start making its way east through the parking lot. Teachers, coaches, sponsors, and students need to plan on using the north parking lot area at Waverly high school this summer until construction is completed.
More information will be made available as the projects and schedule unfolds.
Waverly High School girl's basketball team finished a fantastic season and earned a chance to play in the Nebraska School Activity Association Class B State Championship game at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln. The Vikings lost the championship game to conference foe Elkhorn South, who had previously never beaten Waverly in six previous contests between the two high schools. The WHS girls played tremendous defense and made plays down the stretch to defeat first-round opponent Gretna on March 3rd. The second-round game was a rematch of the district final against Springfield-Platteview, who had defeated the Vikings twice during the season. The third time was a charm as WHS knocked off the top-ranked and undefeated team on March 4. In the title game, Elkhorn South outlasted the Vikings in an exciting title match. Congratulations to WHS Coach Ryan Reeder, his staff and the entire team for an outstanding season!
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