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Washington School District has educated generations of local families for nearly 140 years. The community of Washington, sharing the common value of education, founded this educational establishment in the year 1867 in pursuit of free and public education for all. There is a perpetual undercurrent of civic pride and tradition that provides a means for members of our Prexie community to learn about the world around them and grow intellectually beyond their expectations. Guaranteeing our students achieve and become productive, honorable citizens are responsibilities that are actively and willingly shared among administrators, teachers, parents, community members and the students themselves. We are fortunate in Washington School District to have a caring, supportive learning community that encourages our students to meet and exceed expectations. Read more

 

2014-2015 School Calendar - click link to see calendar

 

TWO-HOUR DELAYS AND TWO-HOUR EARLY DISMISSALS FOR STUDENTS ONLY

Two-Hour Delays Two-Hour Early Dismissals
Friday, September 26, 2014 Monday, October 27, 2014
Friday, November 21, 2014 Monday, January 26, 2015
Friday, February 27, 2015 Monday, March 23, 2015
Friday, May 29, 2015  
 

Superintendent Report - Aug 25 2014

 

-Free Breakfast/Lunch Program for Washington Park Elementary School Students
-Under the “Community Eligibility Program”, all students in grades Kindergarten through Sixth grade will receive FREE breakfast and lunch.

-Secondary students in grades seven through twelve will pay the following meal costs:
-Breakfast - $1.35 (no price increase from last year)
-Lunch - $2.35 (no price increase from last year)

-Adult/Teacher meal costs: (for both the elementary and junior/senior high schools)                                     
-Breakfast-$1.75 (no price increase from last year)
-Lunch-$3.25 (no price increase from last year)

 

New Times for Washington Park Elementary School - beginning with the 2014-2015 School Year:
New Student Times
Kindergarten to Third Grade 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
Fourth to Sixth Grade 8:00 am to 3:00 pm

 

Junior/Senior High School students (Grades 7 through 12) starting and ending times:
7:35 am - Breakfast
7:50 am - Doors Open
8:00 am - Start of First Period
3:00 pm - Dismissal

 

 

Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program for Wash High Students 2014-2015

The Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program enables eligible students, residing within the boundaries of low-achieving schools, to apply for a scholarship to attend a participating public or nonpublic school. Wash High is ranked in the lowest 15 percent of its designation for the 2012-13 school year based on the combined Mathematics/Algebra I and Reading/Literature scores from the annual assessments (PASA, PSSA, and/or Keystone) administered in 2013.

The list of opportunity scholarship organizations is available on DCED’s website, www.newpa.com/ostc. This link provides specific instructions on how to contact approved opportunity scholarship organizations and on the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s website at www.education.state.pa.us.    

Click on the following link for an overview of the program and how to apply. Scholarship Tax Credit Program

 

 

NOTICE TO PARENTS:  NCAA NO LONGER ACCEPTING COURSE WORK FROM AGORA CYBER CHARTER SCHOOL.... read following link.. NCAA

 

The link below takes you to short video that shows classrooms engaged in hybrid learning. WSD already has this being delivered to some of our students by teachers who are cyber teachers/ facilitators and some others who have integrated technology performance projects in their instruction. This is the direction we are going in order to provide an academically customized or prescriptive education for all students.

http://www.pahli.org/

Click “see it in action” and then click “video.” The video takes time to load. Although it mainly shows students w/computers, traditional instruction is used as well.

 

11TH GRADE STUDENT PHYSICAL INFORMATION AND FORMS (click the following link)
11th Grade Student Physicals

 

 

Edline Directions
http://www.edline.com/docs/Edline_Help/school/Content/Resources/Manuals/ParentManual.pdf

 

Student Nutrition Accountability System (SNAP)-How to pay for school lunches Flyer

Carbohydrates Info

 

WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

 

E-Books offered through OverDrive at Citizens Library:
http://help.overdrive.com/going-mobile-videos
OverDrive is a leading full-service digital distribution of ebooks, audiobooks, and other digital content.

 

WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES AND PROGRAMS link


2014-2015 Curriculum Planning Guide

 

Prexie Pride Foundation

The Prexie Pride Foundation is organized by volunteers to support a range of school groups, purchase equipment on an as-needed basis, and establish yearly student scholarships. Read more

EDLINE

Box tops for Education
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Transition is the process students and their families use to think about life after high school and to plan their community and school experiences to assure that the students acquire the knowledge and skills to achieve their goals.   The transition planning process should enable the student to move successfully from school to postsecondary education and training, employment, independent living, and community participation based on the student's preferences, interests, and abilities." Transition Powerpoint

 

Comcast Introduces Internet Essentials Program/Internet Service for $9.95 a month

At Washington School District, we know that many students and their families would like to have Internet service at home so they can do homework, search jobs, download music, communicate with others and much more.  We also believe the Internet can be an important part of your child’s education.

That’s why we want to make sure you know about a new program provided by Comcast called Internet Essentials.

If you have at least one child receiving free or reduced school lunches from Washington School District, your family may qualify for this fast, affordable home Internet service for the school year.  Internet Essentials costs just $9.95 per month (plus tax).  For participating families, there are no price increases, activation fees or equipment rental fees.

In addition, you can buy a low cost computer for just $149.99 (plus tax) and receive free Internet training.

If you think this might be right for your family, it’s easy to get started.  Call Comcast toll free at 1-855-846-8376 to see if you qualify.

 


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