WCHS to Hold “Spirit Week” to Honor Homecoming Football Game Sept. 18-22

The week of September 18-22, 2017 is Spirit Week at WCHS in honor of the football homecoming game! Monday: PJ Day Tuesday: Tie Dye Day Wednesday: Stoplight Day (Wear red if you’re taken, green if you’re single, yellow if “it’s complicated”) Thursday: Throwback Thursday Friday: Extreme WC Spirit Day

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WCHS Homecoming Court Announced

Congratulations to the following members of the 2017 WCHS Commander Football Homecoming Court: Freshman Representatives – Caleb Foster & Fran Taylor Sophomore Representatives – Kendall Smith & Mary Medley Junior Representatives – Taylor Smith & Haylee Graves Senior Boy Representatives – Tomas Medley, Nathaniel Messer, Trey Cheatham, & Kyle Schrader. Senior Girl Representatives – Madison Whitaker, Jami Taylor, Emily Smith, & Faith Whitaker. Crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen…

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WCMS Special Education Teacher Selected to Serve as Co-Chair of Kentucky TASH; Workshops Offered

(SPRINGFIELD, Ky.) – Nicole Britton, a special education teacher at Washington County Middle School, has been selected to be co-chair of the Kentucky chapter of TASH (formerly The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps). Britton is nationally board certified teacher who has been teaching in the district for 11 years. She teaches students with moderate and severe disabilities and employs animal assisted instruction in her personal life with her special…

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WCES/WCMS and NWES WATCH D.O.G.S. Events Have Huge Turnouts

Washington County Elementary School and Washington County Middle School’s Family Resource Youth Service Center held a WATCH D.O.G.S. “Pizza with Dad Night” to launch the program for the first time at the school on August 31, 2017. 80 men and 112 students participated in the event. 19 men signed up on the calendar for this year and many more are contacting FRYSC to designate their time for the year. North…

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NWES Science Teacher Chosen to Assist KDE on New Assessment

(SPRINGFIELD, Ky.) – Erica Baker, 7th and 8th grade science teacher at North Washington Elementary School, was recently selected to assist the Kentucky Department of Education on two components of the state’s new science assessment system. Baker is a 1996 graduate of Anderson County High School. She then earned a bachelor’s degree in middle school education with a dual certification in language arts and science from Saint Catharine College. She…

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