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Family Reading Night, an annual free community celebration of reading, will be held Friday, March 2, at Washington Middle School, from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

It’s the 18th year for the reading event, sponsored by The School District of Washington, The Washington Missourian and Washington Optimist Club, with the support from the Washington Public Library, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of New Haven and Neighborhood Reads bookstore.

This year’s guest author/illustrator is Brian Biggs. He will share his book, “Tinyville Town Gets to Work,” about a happy town that finds it needs a new bridge and sets out to build one.

Biggs will travel from Philadelphia to be a part of this year’s reading celebration. In addition to the opportunity to meet an author, children who attend can listen to stories read by community leaders and local high school students, participate in crafts based on books, and win books – lots of books.

More than 30 baskets of books will be given away at the end of the event, following a readers’ theater performed by the Washington Police Department.

Family Reading Logs are being distributed throughout the School District of Washington. Families who read together for at least 15 minutes each night for a week prior to Family Reading Night can log their time and bring their completed logs to the event to be part of a drawing for six months of Missourian Book Buzz Picks.

The Family Reading prizes are sponsored by the Washington High School football team and Washington NEA.


The Washington High School Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering (WYSE) took first-place honors in regional competition at East Central College Feb. 13.

Washington scored a total of 490 points to claim the top spot. Borgia finished in second place with 442 points. Union was third with 414 points.

“The students who represent our WYSE team are a dynamic group of intellectual students,” said Washington High School Principal Dr. Kelle McCallum. “We are excited about their accomplishments.”

Washington High School’s complete WYSE roster is attached below. See the photos below of the team and the medalists.

Washington’s individual medalists are as follows:

Biology: Kristin Monzyk – First Place; Carrie Derner - Second Place

Chemistry: Ryan Hill - First Place; Kristin Monzyk and Jacie Buescher - Second Place

Computer Science: David Walker - 1st Place; Jack Witter – Second Place; Ethan White - Third Place

Engineering Graphics: Megan Voelkerding and Austin Huddleston - Third Place

English: Carrie Derner - First Place; Lydia Juengling - Second Place

Mathematics: David Walker - 1st Place; Ethan White - Second Place; Nathan Searcy - Second Place; Colby Jacquin - Second Place; Conlan Jarvis - Third Place

Physics: Colby Jacquin - First Place; Graham Hoerstkamp - Third Place.

WYSE Medalists



The School District of Washington will be participating in the Missouri Student Survey. The survey will be administered to students in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12.

The Missouri Student Survey helps decision makers at the state level, our community and our school understand the challenges our students face. The survey also helps our school and the Franklin County Community Resource Board determine the services needed for our students.

Click on the attached link below for the complete letter to parents and an option to opt out of the survey.


Tickets for the Washington High School Theater Department’s production of A Seussified Pride and Prejudice go on sale Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Tickets are $10 apiece. Show dates are March 8-10 at 7:30 p.m. at the C.J. Burger Theater at WHS. 

To purchase tickets, contact Washington High School at 636-231-2200 or visit the West Wing office during school hours.


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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

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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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