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Jr./Sr. High School



Wallowa High School Inspired by Motivational Speaker


WHS invited motivational speaker, MOsley WOtta, to speak to them on Thursday, September 21st.  Students and staff were inspired by his vulnerability, openness, and messages that he wanted to convey.  "I was talking about things that were risky and unsafe in order to feel safe and comfort." MOsley said of his poetry.  All of his poetry comes from his experiences in life.

MOsley opens the speech by speaking in a different language.  He proceeds to ask the audience what language he is speaking.  No one answers.  "You don't want to be wrong, you know the pangs, the pain, and the punishment of being wrong.  It comes form the inside out." MOsley said.  Students and staff then begin to open up and take guesses as to the language he spoke.  Gibberish was the language.  "If we don't speak that language, how do we communicate?  Body language.  Tone.  The way you say it.  How you say it."  This is more important than the actual words being said.  

MOsley recites one of his poems "Cracked Eyelashes" which describes his emotions as an outcast high school kid.  "There's so much emphasis on our appearance on the outside and no focus on the inside."  MOsley said. We have to take that outter shell away brick by brick in order to be unique and be ourselves.  In order to find his wife, MOsley spoke of the struggle he went through to be vulnerable, unique, and not just trying to be like everybody else.  

Thank you MOsley for coming to WHS!

Changes in the Wallowa Junior/Senior High School

Wallowa School District staff have been working hard this summer planning for new changes for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year.  


Welcome to the Wallowa School District family!

Danielle Weaver, 7th-12th grade English

Dave Duncan, 7th-12th grade Math

Laina Fisher, Administrative Assistant

Jori Journigan, Business Teacher


New classes are being offered at the junior high and high school!  Staff and students are excited about these new additions to the schedule!

Junior High Band

Junior High Keyboarding

High School Art

Aikido-self defense class

Natural Resource Livestock Ag Class

Introduction to Business

Computer Applications

Leadership Class

WWII Class

Movie History Class



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