We ended Kentucky Safe Schools Week with Camo Day! Our safety focus of the day was all the special programs we have that help us stay safe: Fire Prevention Week, Red Ribbon Week, Caring Kids Awards, as well as classes on substance abuse, bullying, and body safety. All of these programs are brought to our school in an effort to promote safety and awareness. On Friday, students went hunting for heroes, with their…
Thursday’s safety focus was Discipline. North Washington discipline policies exist to keep our students and staff safe. Students wore their pajamas to school to put bad behaviors to rest!
Wednesday’s safety focus was School Staff Members. Counselors, Teachers, Principals and Staff members are here to help, offering a safe place and a listening ear for many different problems and situations. Students enjoyed dressing like a staff member on this day!
For School Safety Week, Monday’s focus was Dress Like A Superhero to show that we can be a hero when we stand up for what is right and are a friend to all!
On Tuesday, students at North Washington wore red and white like a stop sign to remind everyone of a great safety focus available to all Washington County Schools: the STOP Tipline. You can find the STOP Tipline here: http://www.kycss.org/stop/stop.php… or at the Washington County Schools webpage. This is a safe place to report bullying, violence, or other situations that need attention. Students got to wear read and white like a Stop sign to…
It’s School Bus Safety and Bus Driver Appreciation Week, and the Washington County School District is celebrating the bus drivers and bus garage staff that keep our students safe! Thank you for all that you do! Your work does not go unnoticed! #WCPride
Sixth-grade students in Mrs. Whitaker’s Science classes have been exploring how shadows are created.
Next week, Oct. 15-21, is Kentucky Safe Schools Week. Click the link below to find out about our special dress up days next week! Safe Schools Week 2017 dress up days flyer
Our students loved experiencing the Mobile Science Unit this week. Thank you to Jeremy Hardin – KY Farm Bureau & Washington County Soil Conservation for their sponsorship of this great program!
Last week North Washington Fourth Grade classes made and tested their solar ovens, using data they acquired from previous experiments to make final adjustments. This tasty lesson ended in s’mores! What a fun lesson. Thanks Mrs. Roution!