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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. 

News & Announcements

Election Day at Washington School

Today is Election Day and your voice matters at Washington School.
Our school has currently read approximately 2,700 books. When we reach 4,000 books, we will celebrate with a SPIRIT DAY. We're also looking for new ideas for our Leader In Me Job Board. Please cast your vote!

Assistive Technology Parent Presentation

Our very own Technology Facilitator, Mrs. Haggerty, presented with Mr. Abramson all about assistive technology in the classroom. In case you missed her at the Ed Center, click here to access the presentation.

Book Order for Author Visits

Washington School is fortunate to have a visit from authors Jarrett Lerner and Sally Pla! Please be sure to order their books through the PTO's membership toolkit by October 11th.

Fineran Way Street Dedication - Sunday May 20th at 11am

All invited to come out and support the students of Millburn and Troop 17 Boy Scouts of America in the dedication of a street in the name of longtime Troop Leader Ken Fineran. This project was led by Sophomore Class President Jamie Serruto and sophomore Ryan Cannon, who are also both Eagle Scouts in Troop 17.
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