We had a great Valentine’s Day at North Washington!
Kindergarten students are collecting stuffed animals for our local fire departments, rescue squads, and law enforcement agencies so that officials will be able to comfort children that are in tough situations! Here are a few Kindergarteners with some of the items they’ve brought in! If you’d like to contribute feel free to drop items off at the school this week! #nwkindnessproject #wcpride
This week our entire school is focusing on one central theme: KINDNESS! Each grade level is completing their own Kindness Project! Some of our 6th grade students are pictured below with the food they brought in for their food drive to help the NW Family Resource & Youth Services Center! Thanks 6th Graders, and we can’t wait to see how much more you collect this week!
Congratulations to our 7th Grade Champions! Job well done!
North Washington held its annual spelling bee in January. Winners for each grade level were: 4th Grade: Samantha Lanham 5th Grade: Kaitlyn Chesser 6th Grade: Nick Smurphat 7th Grade: Erin Donahue 8th Grade: William Campbell Winners are pictured below; Nick Smurphat is not pictured. Congratulations to these winners and all who participated in the spelling bee!
Congratulations to fifth grade student, Bailey Couch, who won the “Grandparent of the Year” Essay Contest at North Washington! Bailey is pictured with his grandfather, Steve Devine.
North Washington Junior Beta students competed in many categories and earned high marks at both the school level and the state competition last week. Congratulations to the following winners at the State Competition: 1. Woodworking–3rd Place Noah Reynolds 2. Advertising Design Team–3rd Place Carmen Logsdon, John Russell, Daniel Scott and Emily Roberts 3. Speech–Final Round/Top 10 (out of 53 students)–Addison Byrd Below is the list of winners at our school…
North Washington Students and Staff wore Blue and Orange to show our support for Marshall County on Friday. #MarshallStrong #WCPride
Friday was our 101st day of school! These first grade students marked the occasion with a unit on the 101 Dalmatians!
These students were among many who earned their certificate for completing Minecraft’s Hour of Code project. Below: Jessica uses Scratch programming to change Google’s logo! Below: Third Grade Students from Mrs. Hardin and Mr. Mattingly’s classes have been learning how to “write code” using computer programming language in Technology class. They were very successful! Way to go, students!