at 6310 Wagner Rd, Edmonton, T6E 4N5 Canada
W. P. Wagner is a high-school in Southeast Edmonton with a student population of about 1600 people. Its primary focus is science and technology.CharityThe Wagner Leadership Class hosts a large charity event each year. Past events include the Bike-a-Thon and the Wagathon. The Wagathon is a charity event unique to Wagner where students sign up in teams of 8-12 and compete in a variety of activities throughout the evening. Activities in the past have included: Balloon Room, Wheel of Fate, Fingerpaint Pictionary, Peaceful Warrior, Mario Relay and many more. Everytime a team wins an event, they are awarded money toward a charity of their team's choice, which will be one of three provided by Wagner leadership.Another annual event that is held is called the Wagner Market. The Market is a cross between a student run farmer's market and a carnival. Students are given the opportunity to sign up for booths to make a profit. Students booths may include: food items, selling items, selling arts or crafts, hosting a game, a car smash, obstacle courses, and lots more! The community is invited and it is a fun event for all - with 10% profit from each booth going toward a charity.Wagner leadership does much more charity work. Services that have been done but are not limited to include volunteer work at various locations and charities around Edmonton, Helping Hampers, Terry Fox, Edmonton Food Bank and many more.William Phillip WagnerWilliam Phillip Wagner was born May 1, 1899 to Amelia and Philip Wagner in Edmonton, Alberta. Riding on the first street car and attending the first movie was part of growing up while attending Queen's Avenue School during his formative years.Mr. Wagner won a university scholarship while attending the new school called "Victoria" in spite of two paper routes, one in the early morning and one in the evening. He continued at Victoria School, obtaining his senior matriculation and went on to Camrose Normal School to become a school teacher. His first teaching position was at a rural school by the name of Castle, seven miles east of Fort Saskatchewan. Mr. Wagner taught thirty-two pupils from grades one to eight.
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