(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…
The participation and use of glasses during the eclipse is at your own discretion. Please educate yourself and your family regarding the dangers of the eclipse and use personal judgement on the participation of events. WCSD is not endorsing the participation or the actions during the participation of the eclipse.
The following is pertinent information on eye safety and precautions with regard to the upcoming total solar eclipse from the Commissioner at the Kentucky Department of Education on behalf of the Kentucky Department for Public Health. A video discussing this topic is also available at the link here: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SOCLpsOU5gk&feature=youtu.be.
School has gotten off to an excellent start in Washington County! Take a look at photos of the first day!
The Washington County Board of Education invites you to submit a sealed bid for removal of the old unit, installment of the new freezer, and any electrical needs. All bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked “WALK-IN FREEZER”. Bid Specifications are listed below.