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1/18/18

With two missed days so far for the eclipse on August 21 and the snow day on January 16, the last day of the 2017-18 school year for the School District of Washington currently stands at Monday, May 21. That date will change if there are more missed days.

The schedule for make-up days is as follows:

Make-up days 1-6: May 18, 21-25;

Make-up days 7-8: March 26-27.

February 19 may be used as a make-up day if excessive weather occurs prior to February 9.

Click on the attached link below for the revised 2017-18 academic calendar.

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1/12/18

Washington High School’s Winter Courtwarming is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 19. The boys basketball Blue Jays take on Liberty. The junior varsity game starts at 6 p.m. followed by the varsity contest at 7:30 p.m.

This year's Courtwarming theme is "Winter Wonderland.”

The Courtwarming Court will be introduced at halftime of the varsity boys game. The dance will be held following the varsity basketball game from 9-11 p.m. Coronation will take place at 10:15 p.m. Tickets to the dance are available for WHS students for $5 and will be sold before school Jan. 16-19  in the Northington Lobby.

January 16-19 will be spirit week at Washington High School. The themes for each day are as follows:

Tuesday, Jan. 16: USA Day

Wednesday, Jan. 17: Camo Day

Thursday, Jan. 18: Twins Day

Friday, Jan. 19: Blue and white day. Girls wear white. Boys wear blue.

The Courtwarming Court is:

The Advocate: Jake Hillermann and Bailey Bair

Student Council: Olivia Diederich and Brock Laughlin

No Excuses: Tyler Hughes and Angela Schmitz

Chamber Choir: Molly Eckelkamp and Nathan Neely

Orchestra: Zoe Sykes and Ezra Miles

Blue Jay Journal: Jaden Heien and Colton Souders

Basketball: Kailey Robinson and Conlan Jarvis​

Photos of the Washington High School Winter Courtwarming Court are below.

Pictured is the Washington High School Winter Courtwarming Court. Front row, from left, are Jake Hillermann, Bailey Bair, Angela Schmitz and Tyler Hughes. Middle row, from left, are Olivia Diederich, Molly Eckelkamp, Kailey Robinson, Zoe Sykes and Jaden Heien. Back row, from left, are Brock Laughlin, Nathan Neely, Conlan Jarvis, Ezra Miles and Colton Souders.


The Advocate: Jake Hillermann and Bailey Bair


Student Council: Brock Laughlin and Olivia Diederich


No Excuses: Tyler Hughes and Angela Schmitz


Chamber Choir: Nathan Neely and Molly Eckelkamp


Orchestra: Ezra Miles and Zoe Sykes


Blue Jay Journal: Colton Souders and Jaden Heien.


Basketball: Conlan Jarvis​ and Kailey Robinson.

 

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1/11/18

Washington High School was the winner of the 2017 Community Festival of Trees at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ in Washington.

The Festival of Trees featured over 80 decorated trees with various themes from different schools, churches and community groups in the area.

During the month of December, members of the community had the opportunity to view the trees and vote for their favorite by placing canned goods and other food items under the tree.

Each food item counted as one vote and will help feed a community member. All food collected will be distributed between local food pantries.

While the School District of Washington was well-represented by many different buildings and clubs, Washington High School was the winner for the sixth straight year. Washington Middle School Student Council finished in second place.

Overall, there were 12,667 food items collected for the Festival of Trees.

Representing the School District of Washington in the Festival of Trees were WINGS Educational Foundation, Washington High School, Washington High School Cheerleaders, Washington High School National Honor Society, Washington High School Boys Soccer Team, Washington Middle School Student Council, Washington Middle School FFA, Marthasville Elementary, Washington West Elementary third graders, South Point Elementary first-and second-graders, and Four Rivers Career Center.

See pictures below of Washington High School and Washington Middle School students with representatives from local food pantries and St. Peter’s United Church of Christ.


Washington High School and Washington Middle School Student Council were the first- and second-place winners, respectively, in the 2017 Community Festival of Trees at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ in Washington. Overall, there were 12,667 food items collected for local food panties. Representing WHS in the front row, from left, are Holly Hoerstkamp, Kamryn Mitchell, Hailey Howerton, Abbey Jinkerson and Jenna Loepker. Representing WMS in the second row, from left, are Maggie Figas and Lily Brickel. Also pictured are representatives from local food pantries and St. Peter's United Church of Christ.

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1/11/18

CAPS Global Business students attended the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Business Breakfast meeting on Thursday morning, Jan. 11, at the Knights of Columbus Hall.

The CAPS students had the opportunity to learn more about what the organization does on an annual basis and meet with some of the individuals behind the operation.

Among the items on the agenda during the meeting were 2017 Town & Country Fair reports and awards, 2018 Fair Board introductions, economic development report, Chamber report and awards presentation, and Chamber board introductions.

See the photos below of the CAPS Global Business students at the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Business Breakfast.


CAPS Global Business students attended the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Business Breakfast meeting on Thursday morning, Jan. 11, at the Knights of Columbus Hall.

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WHS Handbook 2017-18

The Washington High School 2017-18 student handbook is available. Click here for the handbook.

2017-18 Welcome Letter From WHS Administration

Click here for a letter from the Washington High School administration team for the 2017-18 school year.

SDOW Enrollment, Registration Forms

Enrollment and registration forms for the 2017-18 school year are available. New students and returning students to the School District of Washington will need to complete the forms. Click here for the enrollment/registration page.

2017-18 WHS Course Book

The Washington High School 2017-18 course book is available. Click here to see the course book.

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