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School Notifications PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, June 29 2016 08:45

Washington Schools is implementing a new school notification system, School Messenger. This system replaces Iowa School Alerts and will be used for all school notifications. If you have students enrolled in the district and have provided your email address and/or SMS text message capable phone number, you will receive an opt-in message in the coming weeks. You will need to reply to the message in order to receive the notifications. Notification preferences will be able to be managed through Powerschool by logging in with your parent username and password.


Patrons who do not have students enrolled in the district may also sign up for notifications. We will have a link on our website in the coming weeks for School Messenger Self Sign-up. They will be able to create an account and manage subscription preferences.


Please check back soon as we will post more information as it becomes available.

Last Updated on Wednesday, June 29 2016 09:18
Archery Team Tournament Results PDF Print E-mail
Monday, June 27 2016 07:32

Washington Archery team finished in the top half by placing 19th out of 40 high school teams that participated this past weekend in the NASP World 3D tournament in Myrtel Beach, SC . Anamosa high school won the 3D tournament with a score of 1454, Washington scored 1381.

Jade W. finished 26th out of 166 hs girls and 43rd out of 549 girls overall. Shot a 279.

Joseph D. finished 47th out of 170 hs boys and 87th out of 571 boys overall. Shot a 279.

Griffin W. finished 52nd for hs boys and 14th out 58 freshman boys. Scored a 278.

Grace S. scored a 273. Finishing 49th for hs girls and 13th out of 40 junior girls.

Sammie M. shot a 272. Placing her 53rd out of 253 middle school girls and 23rd out of 97 eighth grade girls.

Kylee P. placed 12th out of 48 sophomore girls with a score of 270.

Lane F. finished in 27th out of 86 sixth grade boys. Shooting a 269.

Thank You! PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, May 25 2016 10:16

Huge thank you to Mike, the Hy-Vee manager, for volunteering to come and help grill burgers for Lincoln students and staff on the last day!! They were delicious!

WMS Orange & Black Give Back Day PDF Print E-mail
Friday, May 20 2016 14:14

Washington Middle School students and staff participated in their annual community service project on May 11th. Students and staff spent the morning out in the community working at 37 different sites. Some of their tasks included painting, weeding, cleaning and mulching. Students returned to school and had a free lunch provided by the following businesses and individuals: Hy Vee, Fareway, Mahaska Bottling, WAYS, Noon Kiwanis, Federation Bank , Lebowski’s, Dave & Lisa Nacos, Jason & Melissa Westphal, Kurt & Jan Dallmeyer, Brent & Misty Hinson, Curt & Jamie Mayer, and Ryan & Diana Flannery. After lunch the students were treated to ice cream courtesy of Cathy Kleese & PIE.

Orange & Black Day Video

Last Updated on Monday, May 23 2016 09:15
From The Desk of Mr. Dicks - May 2016 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, May 20 2016 00:00

Kindergarten Round Up


We have held kindergarten round up and Mr. Miller, Principal at Stewart reports approximately 120 students have been registered. If things run as normal, we also get an additional 10 students in the Fall. This would give us approximately 130 kindergarten students for next year. This is about average across our K-12 system, but our with our 3 largest classes in 9th, 10th, and 11th grade next year at 144, 145, and 156 respectively. We can predict general trends, but until we hit official count day of October 1st, it is only speculative.


It is always good to see solid numbers coming to Kindergarten. If we would continue with 120-130 in each new kindergarten class, we would only be down approximately 90 students by 2020. Again, this is only speculative in nature, but we will need to continually be monitoring our expenses and our enrollment as we move forward.

Last Updated on Friday, May 20 2016 10:17

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