Our North Washington Kindness Project has continued on even without staff encouragement! Sixth graders Emmie and Daylee thought Ms. Maria’s cart needed a sign so they made her one! #nwkindnessproject
Recently, North Washington had the privilege of hearing three special guests from our community. Springfield Mayor Debbie Wakefield, Alma Burton, and Pam Grundy visited our third grade classes to speak about significant black women in history. Thank you to these guest speakers!
Who wants to win a brand new bike and helmet?! Students with perfect attendance from March 1 to March 29 will be entered into a drawing and four students will win!
The staff and students at North Washington were excited to see Springfield Police Sergeant Nick Holmes at school on Friday. He spent a good portion of the day visiting with classes and getting to know our students. Thank you to Sergeant Holmes and the Springfield Police.
ATTENTION ALL 8TH GRADERS: Washington County High School will be hosting a scheduling night for incoming freshmen on Thursday, March 18th, promptly at 5 p.m. in the WCHS gym. Both students and their parents need to be in attendance. If parents have any questions, they may call the high school at 859-336-5475.
Job well done to Coach Heather Stine and the Elementary Academic Team! The following students placed in written assessments and will advance to regional competition! Jacob Cochran, Bailey Couch, Curtis Settles, Savannah Settles – 1st place Future Problem Solving Ashtan Baker – 3rd place Arts and Humanities Andrew Black – 3rd place Language Arts Jessica Nicholas – 4th place Arts and Humanities Dalton Huntsberger – 5th place Social Studies Nate…
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!