Wagner High Online Alumni

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2. Make a donation to support WHOA.ORG through PayPal.

3. Mail a check to :

Roy Thelin (WHOA Webmaster)
3019 Pecan Ridge Dr
Sugar Land, TX 77479

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Extra Extra

Unsold Original Issues of Wagner School Newspapers.
Get your authentic Falcon Crier & Balut Couriers (only $2.50 each!) here!

Bumper Stickers and Window Clings Are In Stock !

We will use the funds to support WHOA.ORG

 Click the picture to go to the Sari Sari Store page and order yours now.

Bumper Sticker Page    Window Cling Page

Bumper Sticker            Window Clings

Planned Reunions

E-mail WHOA so we can advertise for you.

Reno Reunion June 21-23 2024


Venue: Pepperidge Mill Hotel
Registration fee is $140. The last day to pay is April 30.
There will be poker games available on Friday night.
Dancing and Karaoke will also be planned.
Payments can be made by Zelle to Tamacina Castellanos (916-613-3619) or by mail to PO Box 246571, Sacramento CA 95824-9998 (payable to Tamacina Castellanos).
You should be able to get a shuttle from the airport.

How About A Christmas Ball
in Glendale, Arizona?

Christmas Ball Flyer
Click on picture to see flyer
FaceBook RSVP link - click here

Registration Information and Form - click here

Anyone for San Antonio in '25?

Check the Facebook group for details and updates.

Happy Birthday Today

First Name Last Name Then Last Name Now Class
Robert Allsup 82
Troy G Batson 82
Judith Braswell Lynch 77
Mona (Sandra) Conner Eaton 79
James (Jim) Faucett 70
Mark Gladue 83
Barbara (Jaedyn) Hoover VanVliet 94
Edwin Linn 88
Geraldine Lynch Oddone 70
Daniel Meyer 87
Owen O'Donnell 78
Karen L Rogg Rehbock 80
David Samson 78
Charles Schladenhauffen 74
Heather Summerfield Edmondson-Reeder 86

Recent Losses to the Falcon Family

Attending Wurtsmith or Wagner High School at Clark Air Base, Philippines was a unique and enriching educational experience for American families. We were privileged to have been in a beautiful country, and to have known and shared with the always friendly Filipino people.

Although the eruption of nearby Mt. Pinatubo in 1991 closed our schools forever and ended nearly a century at Clark, our friendships and memories continue with this web site.

We welcome all former Clark AB students, teachers, administrators, employees, families, and friends!

Click for Clark Air Base, Philippines Forecast