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PTO meeting with adults sitting in chairs and 3 students standing in front of the SMART Panel.
Picture of the Jamboard with Washington loves reading.
Student drawing on a Chromebook about the Rings of Responsibility.

Learning about the Rings of Responsibility through the Digital Citizenship unit. 

School nurse standing in front of a Smart Panel with Henry the Hand reminding students to wash their hands during Flu Season.

Remember to wash your hands to stay healthy as the seasons change. 

Washington School Sign outside the building.
A big group of teachers dressed as construction workers for halloween in front of the Washington School sign.

Happy Halloween from the Washington School Faculty. Professional multitaskers, we do it all! 

10 year old students with chromebooks learning in a classroom. Students are using an application called Nearpod to present information on all devices in real time.

Nearpod enhancing instruction and providing every-student response opportunities throughout the lesson. 

Calendar Revisions

At lthe April 25th Board of Education meeting, the Board approved revisions to this year's school calendar.
1. We will be using one of our snow days as a day off prior to the Memorial Day holiday. 
2. In recognition of Juneteenth, which is now a federal and state holiday, we are planning to commemorate the Juneteenth holiday as a day off. 
The Board approved the following changes.  Please mark your calendars with these dates.
  • Friday, May 27, 2022, schools and district closed for an unused snow day
  • Friday, June 17, 2022, schools and district closed in recognition of Juneteenth

Your school principals will be sharing any updates to previously scheduled events. 

Juneteenth[c] (officially Juneteenth National Independence Day and also known as Jubilee Day,[3] Emancipation Day,[4][5] Freedom Day,[6] and Black Independence Day[6]) is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African-Americans. It is also often observed for celebrating African-American culture.[6] Originating in GalvestonTexas, it has been celebrated annually on June 19 in various parts of the United States since 1865. The day was recognized as a federal holiday on June 17, 2021, when President Joe Biden signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act into law.