Students Attend Young Writers' Conference PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, May 25 2010 07:18

Six students from Lincoln Elementary attended the Young Writers’ Conference at St. Ambrose University on Tuesday, May 18.  Students were recommended by their sixth grade language arts teacher based on creative writing projects submitted this school year.   The conference included entertainment by improvisational actors, an opportunity to share their writing with other students from different schools, and a session on ways to improve writing.

front row:  Aubrey, Ruth, Maddy
back row:  Alyk, Emma, Morgan

Last Updated on Tuesday, May 25 2010 07:21
New Backup System Installed PDF Print E-mail
Friday, May 21 2010 09:16

Washington Community Schools recently installed a new disk based backup system for the District's electronic information. This project was made possible with half of the funding coming from a $6000 Washington County Riverboat Foundation grant.

Upgrading our existing backup system from magnetic tapes to a hard disk based solution allows a faster, more reliable off-site backup of the District's electronic information. This includes all staff and student data, email, and server systems. This disk-based system utilizes our existing fiber optic network and is located at one of our schools, offsite from our main data center. This will allow more frequent off-site backups, and enhance our ability to recover data if a situation would occur.

Last Updated on Friday, May 21 2010 09:24
Stewart Math Game Night PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, May 19 2010 08:53

Stewart Elementary hosted a Math Make and Take Game Night on May 13th. Students and parents enjoyed making and playing math games!

YMCA Day Camp Summer 2010 PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, May 19 2010 08:35

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Last Updated on Wednesday, May 19 2010 08:37
WJHS Orange and Black Day Thank-you PDF Print E-mail
Friday, May 14 2010 13:03

Washington Junior High’s Annual Orange and Black Day was May 3, 2010.  On this day, students spent the morning at area businesses doing various jobs.  Students could be seen mulching, planting flowers, painting, washing windows, raking and so much more.  After a beautiful morning spent helping our community, students were treated to walking tacos for lunch and then a movie and ice cream from Korner Kremery in the afternoon. Students could be seen at over 40 different sites in and around Washington.

Last Updated on Wednesday, May 19 2010 07:20

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