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Camo Jerseys PDF Print E-mail
Friday, October 31 2014 08:59

Camouflage football jerseys are available for the public to purchase, in the Washington High School activities office for $75.

Conference Presenters PDF Print E-mail
Friday, October 31 2014 08:36

Congratulations to educators Jodi Swift, Janet Conrad, Chad Hippen, 4th-grade teachers at Lincoln Elementary, Washington CSD, and Christopher Soldat, GWAEA curriculum consultant, on their presentation at the 2014 ICTM-ISTS Math & Science Conference, held Oct. 22 at the ISU Scheman Center in Ames.


(l to r: Jodi Swift, Janet Conrad, Chad Hippen and Christopher Soldat)


The group presented on the Reflective Assessment for Elementary Science (RAES) grant project.

The RAES grant is a collaborative project between the VAST Center, U of Iowa Science Education department, five local education agencies, and the Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley.

The title of the presentation was "Formative Assessment: The Bridge BetweenTeaching and Learning."

Football Playoff PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, October 30 2014 09:51

Advanced ticket sales for the second round play-off game available in the WHS Activities Office:

Friday, Oct. 31 from 7:30 AM - Noon

Monday, Nov. 3rd from 7:30 AM - Noon

Cost: $6 for school age children and up


Second Round Game Info.:

Washington Demons vs. Carlisle Wildcats

Date: Monday, November 3rd

Time: 7:00 PM

Location: Case Field

Gates Open: 6:00 PM

HS: Fall School Play PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, October 30 2014 06:44

Mark your calendar! Nov 7-9 the Washington High School will be performing the fall school play. The play this fall is What a Life and takes place during 3 days in a High School Principal's office. Characters include principals, teachers, secretaries, parents, a detective, at least one nerd, a bully and one kid who just always seems to be in the wrong place at the wrong time (Henry Aldrich of 1940s radio fame). It will be held at the Washington Community Center. The performance starts at 7:30pm on Friday- Saturday (Nov 7 & 8); and 2:30 pm on Sunday, Nov 9. Students admission is FREE and Adults $10. It is going to be a great show!

Parents and Guardians: PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, October 29 2014 09:56

The Ebola Outbreak in West Africa continues to be in the headlines and recently, there has been extensive media coverage of a handful of cases in the United States. It’s understandable that parents and students may be concerned about this serious disease. Here is some information about what the risk of Ebola is here in our community and our state.


Washington Community School District is in close contact with the Iowa Department of Public Health and Washington County Public Health. We are confident in Iowa’s health care and public health systems and their ability to handle and control a case of Ebola if it were to happen here. Even so, health experts stress the likelihood of a case of Ebola happening in Iowa is extremely small.


We encourage you to talk to your children about the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, and the cases that have been reported in Texas and New York. Take time to learn together about this disease. It’s important to know that your child is much more likely to get the flu this fall and winter than to contract Ebola. If you and your children haven’t already been vaccinated against influenza, please consider doing so. The CDC and Iowa Department of Public Health encourage influenza vaccinations for every Iowan aged 6 months and older.


It’s important to remember Ebola is not transmitted through water, air, food or casual contact. Ebola is spread through direct contact with bodily fluids of a sick person, or exposure to objects such as needles that have been contaminated. In addition:

• People are not contagious after exposure unless they develop symptoms.

• Symptoms may appear anywhere from 2 to 21 days after exposure to Ebola, but the average is 8 to 10 days.


For more information about Ebola, visit the CDC’s web site at www.cdc.gov/ or the IDPH web site at www.idph.state.ia.us/EHI/Issue.aspx?issue=Ebola%20Outbreak&pg=Ebola%20Outbreak%20Home.



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