9/25/2019 PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, September 25 2019 05:37

WHS officials located a message, Tuesday afternoon, written on a restroom stall. It included a threat to students and staff at WHS to take place on Friday. An investigation is underway. Police will be in the building today and at least through the end of the week. I struggle because I don't want to incite panic, but at the same time as a parent, I would want to know about it and that the school is aggressively dealing with it.

-Mr. Stone

Last Updated on Wednesday, September 25 2019 05:39
Press Release 9/23/2019 PDF Print E-mail
Monday, September 23 2019 15:20

On Friday, September 20 the Washington varsity football coaches inadvertently played an ineligible player against the West Liberty Comets. The result will go down as Washington forfeiting the game and a score of 0-2 will be assigned by the state. The player involved played two plays and when it was determined that the player was in the game, a timeout was called, and the player removed. Per state policy, Washington self-reported the incident and the state determined the outcome of the game. This situation becomes an issue of ethics and integrity. By self-reporting, we will use this as a learning experience and become better individuals from the outcome.

Last Updated on Monday, September 23 2019 20:32
Homecoming Corsages PDF Print E-mail
Friday, September 20 2019 09:14

Washington Business Professionals of America is currently selling homecoming corsages. Corsages will be delivered Friday, September 27, 2019. Corsages can be purchased for $5 each. If you are interested in purchasing one or several, please contact any high school BPA member or Ms. Duwa at the high school at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (319) 653-2143.



You can also print, complete, & return the flower form to the high school office to order.

2019 Homecoming Flower Order Form

Orders are due on Wednesday, September 25

Press Release 9/13/2019 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, September 13 2019 14:27

Reason: Joint Media Release


From: Washington Police Department and Washington CSD

Friday, September 13th, 2019


Earlier today, the District placed the high school in lockdown for a short period of time. This

was done to address a situation where a student was creating a disturbance in school and

damaging District property. The District immediately contacted law enforcement and

worked with law enforcement to appropriately address the student’s conduct and

remove the student from school. Once the student was removed from school the

lockdown ended. No students or staff members were injured as a result of the student’s

actions. The District is continuing to work with law enforcement regarding this situation.

The Washington Police Department and Washington CSD have no further comments at

this time.


Responding to the incident: Washington Police Department, Washington County Sheriff’s

Department, and Washington CSD Personnel


Chief Jim Lester

William Stone- Superintendent

Last Updated on Friday, September 13 2019 20:44
2019 Homecoming T-Shirt PDF Print E-mail
Monday, September 09 2019 11:58


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