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Distinguished Club Award PDF Print E-mail
Monday, September 26 2016 06:56

Builder's Club President, Reece M., holds the Distinguished Club patch awarded to the club for the 2015-2016 year. The Distinguished Club Award program provides recognition to individual sponsored clubs for their overall performance in the combined areas of club administration, membership and leadership development, Kiwanis-family involvement, and service and fundraising efforts. Club performance is judged against pre-established standards of excellence. This is the second year in a row to receive this award. The WMS Builder's Club is sponsored by the Kiwanis Amer's.

 
Washington Pink Out Shirt Order Form PDF Print E-mail
Friday, September 23 2016 11:00

The 1st annual Pink and Teal Out Football Game will be on Friday, October 21. Shirts are $9 and orders are due Friday, October 7.

Washington Pink Out Shirt Order Form

Last Updated on Friday, September 23 2016 11:01
 
Homecoming Corsages PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, September 21 2016 06:50

Washington Business Professionals of America is currently selling homecoming corsages. Corsages will be delivered Friday, September 30, 2016. Corsages can be purchased 1 for $6 or 2 or more for $5 each. If you are interested in purchasing, please contact any high school BPA member or Ms. Duwa at the high school or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 
From The Desk of Mr. Dicks - September 2016 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, September 20 2016 00:00

Kirkwood Enrollment Increases

 

I just received some preliminary enrollment numbers for Washington County Regional Center for the Fall 2016 term. With this only being the second year, enrollments are showing a strong upward trend. At this time last year, the Center had 220 students from 6 area school districts, compared to 245 students for the Fall of 2016. This trend of increased enrollment is a great reminder of the opportunities available to the students not only in Washington Community School, but also for the surrounding districts. Our students have a great luxury by having this in our community.

 

Last year, the number of credits earned by Washington Community District students was valued at over $276,000 in tuition that our parents will not have to pay. While not each and every class is guaranteed to transfer, more and more flexibility is being shown by all colleges to accept these credits. This is similar to the same dilemma students could face by taking Advanced Placement (AP) if they are unable to earn a qualifying score at the end of the term, the credit doesn’t transfer. If your student participates at Kirkwood, you will not be faced with 5 years of postsecondary expenses, but rather they should be finishing a 4 year degree in 3 years. What an advantage for our students. We also have a few students on pace to actually receive their Associate of Arts(AA) degree while in high school. While this is not a plan of study for all students, it is nice to know that it is possible.

Last Updated on Tuesday, September 20 2016 06:41
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Thank you sponsors! PDF Print E-mail
Friday, September 16 2016 12:28

Thank you Sponsors for an outstanding Back to School Breakfast and kickoff to 2016-17 school year.

 
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