Wasco Coaches Inducted Into Kern County Bob Elias Hall of Fame
More On Coach Andy Darby
More On Coach Frank Thiessen
Local Tiger track coach Andy Darby and tennis coach Frank Thiessen inducted into the Bob Elias Kern County Hall of Fame at their annual dinner in February. Both coaches had long tenures here at Wasco with Darby starting in 1954 and Thiessen in 1965. Many of us were on their teams and enjoyed earning league championships many times. Thanks coaches for adding to our Tiger Pride. Click here for story. You many scroll down and click Skip Survey to read.
See the new Wasco High Student Services Building open house video and walk around tour, click here. This video is well worth a watch for the entire length as you will see many of the campus changes. Wasco High continues to be a class act!
The Wasco High 2016 Hall of Fame awardees video has been made available. To see their stories click here.
2016 Hall of Fame inductees:
Virginia Bergthold 1932
Kathy Profitt 1995
Heather Skeels 1999
Joe Hively 1971
Jerry Scott 1970
Gary Cheatwood 1971
Wasco High winning track coach and Bob Elias Kern County Hall of Fame inductee Coach Andy Darby comments on honor...more
The Wasco High 2018 Hall of Fame current inductees were announced recently as follows:
Angelia Davidson 1989
Bill Peck Coach
David Lucas 1974
Leonard Ortiz 1973
Nacho Martinez 1992
Tony Padilla 1977
Click here to view their stories.
Jim Napier ('56) 1938 - 2018...more
Bill Cole ('53) 1935 - 2018...more
Virginia Rorick ('38) 1919 - 2018...more
Alan Menser ('69) 1950 - 2018...more
This list is not inclusive but is information we have received from viewers. WascoTimes@yahoo.com
Andrea (Andi) Struempf ('65) 1947 - 2018...more
Charles "Chuck" Hammer ('57) 2018
Jerald Webb ('57) 2018
Gene Hogan ('56) 2018
Mary Morley ('50) 1931 - 2018...more
Wiley Craig ('53) 1935 - 2019...more
Smith "Mac" Ellis ('56)10-18-18...more
Dixie Schroeder teacher 2018...more
The Wasco High Science Building is undergoing a major interior redesign and construction process. Classes have been moved out to other buildings while the interior design is being changed to accommodate larger classes due to the current enrollment now of nearly 1,700 students.
A video walk around is being prepared to show the progress being made and will be shown here soon.