5% Back to Schools Program at Office Depot PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, July 29 2010 12:19

If you shop at Office Depot in Iowa City (by Waterfront Hy-Vee); 5% credit of your purchase will come back to the school of your choice! The money earned through this program is used for educational needs in free supplies. It is easy! All you do is simply let the cashier know which school you support and they will look up the correct code for your students school. This credit accumulates and at the end of the program period (quarter) our schools are awarded credit for FREE supplies!

Forgot to use your school's ID number when making a purchase?

Past purchases made within the current quarter can still be entered for credit! To give 5% of your qualifying school supply purchases back to your school in the form of merchandise credits, just follow these simple steps: Simply bring your receipt to your local Office Depot location and ask a store associate to apply your purchase to the school of your choice (they can look up the correct school id number).

Shopping somewhere else? No problem, ask them if they have a promotional program to "give back to your school". Many companies have this program, you just need to ASK!

Classroom Cash Program PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, July 29 2010 11:56

Would you like to earn money for Washington Community School District (WCSD) each time you make a purchase? Hills Bank has a program that will do just that. Classroom Cash empowers you to earn money for WCSD each time you make a purchase with your Hills Bank debit card. With every purchase, the bank will make a donation back to the school. There is no cost to you, it’s just a great way for us to make a difference in our community schools – together. Since the program began, $1,878.88 has been donated to the WCSD and over $329,000 to all schools in the program. The funds are used to support programs and services which enhance student educational experiences.

If you are already a Hills Bank debit card customer you just need to fill out an application at any Hills Bank location or online at www.hillsbankclassroomcash.com. If you are not a Hills Bank customer simply visit a Hills Bank location and apply for a checking account with a Hills Bank debit card. Once you have your debit card you can begin making purchases and earning money for your school. Thank you Hills Bank- we appreciate your support!

Stewart Preschool Accepting registration for 3-year old classes PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, July 28 2010 13:07

Classes held Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:15-11:45

Small class sizes provide individual attention
Taught by teachers with Early Childhood certification
Iowa Quality Preschool Program Standards (IQPPS)  in place
Creative Curriculum guides program
Tuition-based program but preschool scholarships may be available to eligible children.

For more information or to  register your child for  3-year old preschool, call  Stewart Elementary  @653-3244. You may also email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Last Updated on Wednesday, July 28 2010 13:11
GREAT NEWS from the Transportation Dept: Economies of scale! PDF Print E-mail
Monday, July 26 2010 08:30

We are pleased to report that effective August 1 we will be involved in Operational Function Sharing of Transportation between the school districts of Washington, Waco and Winfield/ Mt Union.  The Washington School District has welcomed our neighbors into our family by now providing service for Buses/ Bus Drivers through: Maintenance, Inspections and Drug Testing of Bus Drivers.  The Washington & Waco School Districts have already approved this and the Winfield/ Mt Union School District is pending approval on August 11 and foresee no problems.  As a result of this teamwork, all three districts are eligible for financial incentives from the State of Iowa.


Woody Harden, Director of Transportation, will still spend the majority of his time in the Washington School District.  Route Scheduling will not be affected.  This Operational Function Sharing just builds a great teamwork between our school districts and gives us the advantage of economies of scale!

WJHS Students Visit Washington D.C. PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, July 20 2010 07:08

While most students were starting their summer break, 40 WJHS students traveled to Washington D.C. to explore the rich history of our nation's capitol.  Sites explored included the Capitol, the Crime and Punishment Museum, Ford's Theater, Mount Vernon, and Arlington National Cemetery.  Highlights of the trip included a "behind the scenes" tour at Mt. Vernon based on the movie National Treasure 2, and a trip to the top of the Washington Monument to see the city at night.  It was an incredible trip with an incredible group of students!!


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