Our North Washington Core Essential Value for the month of February is: RESPECT. Students will see, hear, and do activities pertaining to this value all month long. Check out the information about respect, provided by Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Jackie Russell.
The NW Girls’ Volleyball team is selling bed sheets and they need our support! Check out the flyer below for all the info:
A few highlights from the celebrations:
Congratulations to North’s 7th Grade Basketball team!! They are headed to the district championship game to be held on Wednesday evening at 6:30 at Spencer County Middle School. We are very proud of their hard work as a team, and wish them the best of luck!
Last week North Washington held spelling bee competitions. The winners are: 4th Grade: Madelaine Gilmore 5th Grade: Grace Rutherford NW Elementary Winner: Madelaine Gilmore 6th Grade: Erin Donahue 7th Grade: Raven Curtsinger 8th Grade: Emily Mattingly NW Middle School Winner: Erin Donahue Congratulations and good luck to the winners who will now advance to compete at the District Spelling Bee on Friday!
North Washington congratulates Conrad Gaona and Ethan Speer for being selected for All-District Band this past weekend!
The North Washington School Academic Team, coached by Mr. Bradley Abell, with help from Mrs. Allison Carney, competed in the District Governor’s Cup competition this weekend and came away with multiple honors and awards. We are so proud of them all, and congratulate the following students who placed and will advance to the Regional competition: Makenzie Purdom – 1st Place in Composition Kate Derringer – 2nd Place in Composition Ethan Speer – 4th…
Check out our Reading Mannequin Challenge!
North Washington celebrated the season with music this past week! Directed by Mr. Scotty Burns, middle school students filled the gym with festive numbers on Thursday, Dec. 14th. Then, the following day, students in grades K-3 performed their musical production of “Toys!” for the school, led by Music Teacher, Mrs. Pam Nicholas. Preschool students also sang Christmas songs in front of the whole school. The program ended with a signed version of “We Wish…
North Washington students and families sold a total of 604 pies to raise funds for NW! This is a major fundraiser for PTO. PTO uses all monies raised to benefit all NW students in the form of reduced costs for field trips, projects and supplies, among many others. We are very thankful for our generous PTO. Top sellers from each grade level got to “pie” Mr. Hudson, who was a…