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The School District of Washington’s art show took place Sunday, April 22, in the Little Blue Jay Gymnasium at Washington High School.

A large collection of art work was on display from students throughout the district in Kindergarten through 12th grade.

Photos from the art show are below.


Washington High School sophomores Tristan Zeh and Elise Thierbach have been accepted into the Missouri Scholars Academy. The Academy is a highly selective program for rising juniors who fall into the gifted category.  

Zeh and Thierbach will spend three weeks at the University of Missouri this summer taking enrichment classes with other gifted students from around the state.

Now in its 33rd year, the Missouri Scholars Academy is a three-week academic residential program for 330 of Missouri’s gifted students who are ready to begin their junior year in high school.

The Academy is held each June on the campus of the University of Missouri, and administered by the University of Missouri Honors College.

The Academy reflects Missouri’s desire to strive for excellence in education at all levels. The program is based on the premise that Missouri’s gifted youth must be provided with special opportunities for learning and personal development in order for them to realize their full potential.

With a carefully selected faculty and staff, a specially designed curriculum that focuses on the liberal arts, and a variety of stimulating extracurricular activities, the academy enables students to be part of a unique learning community.

The Academy provides a model that all schools can use in building or expanding their own programs for gifted students. Educators who have served as faculty members have used this experience to benefit students in their local schools.

Click on the attached link below for more information on the Missouri Scholars Academy.

Tristan Zeh

Elise Thierbach


Nominations are being accepted for the School District of Washington and WINGS Support Staff of the Year.

The candidate must be a non-certified employee of the School District of Washington. Examples include, but are not limited to, paraprofessionals, technology staff, custodians, buildings and grounds, maintenance, administrative assistants, food service, and nurses.

Anyone may submit a nomination for the School District of Washington and WINGS Support Staff of the Year; however, if it’s someone other than the building principal or supervisor, a letter of support from the principal or supervisor is to be included with the nomination.

The principal and/or person submitting the nomination must include a statement in 300 words or less why they believe the support staff they are nominating should be selected.

Specific examples should be cited, such as how the individual goes the extra mile to positively impact the school and environment. Include the individual’s name, school or building, present position, years of experience in the School District of Washington, responsibilities and duties and examples of how the individual has mastered their job responsibilities.

Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer and a committee will review the nominations and submit up to 10 to the WINGS Board for final selection. The recipient will be announced at the staff closing ceremony.

The timeline on the attached flyer is not accurate for this year, but will be accurate in years to follow.

The nomination form is attached below. Please turn it in to the individual’s building principal or supervisor by May 9.

Click on the attached links below for a flyer detailing more information and a specific timeline (not accurate for this year, but for future years), as well as a School District of Washington and WINGS Support Staff nomination form.


A mock automobile accident scene, to simulate what really happens during that type of situation, was staged by the Washington Police and Fire Departments and the Washington Area Ambulance District at the Washington Fire Training Center on Wednesday, April 18.

Juniors and seniors from both Washington High School and St. Francis Borgia High School were on hand to get a first-hand look of the consequences and repercussions involving alcohol related accidents.

Theater department students from both Washington and Borgia had acting roles in the event.

Emergency personnel treated the mock accident like a real life accident scene.

Washington Police and school resource officer Doug Tollison spoke to the students about making wise decisions and not drinking alcohol following the mock accident.

All of the student actors were recognized to a round of applause following the mock accident scene.

Photos from the mock automobile accident scene are below. A reminder the students in the photos are acting out the accident scene.


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Today: 4/23/18

2018-19 WHS Course Book

The Washington High School 2018-19 course book is available. Click here to see the course book.

WHS Handbook 2017-18

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

Parochial Freshman Pre-Enrollment Packet

Washington High School's Parochial Freshman Pre-Enrollment Packet is available. Click here for the packet.

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.

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