NWES Preschool Community Helper Fashion Show

NWES Preschool Students Participate in “Community Helper” Fashion Show

Last Friday, preschool students at North Washington Elementary School, who have been learning about community helpers, chose their favorite community helper and dressed up like them and also brought tools associated with that job. They walked the red carpet to model their attire. Special thanks to assistant principal Brett Hudson who served as the emcee for the event, secretary/bookkeeper Kathy Smith and preschool teacher Stephanie Casey who served as paparazzi…


Food Service Now Accepting Bids on Cafeteria Tables

Washington County Schools’ Food Service will be accepting bids on cafeteria tables. Tables will be awarded to the highest bidder. Bids are to be received no later than 1:00 pm, Wednesday, March 29th . You may email your bid to Regina Hood, or deliver to central office. Tables for bid are sold as is. Bids need to be placed on a per table price. Quantity and sizes are listed below:…

WCHS Energy STAR Presentation

WCHS Holds Energy STAR Presentation Ceremony

(SPRINGFIELD, Ky.) – Washington County High School was honored for receiving the Energy STAR rating in a ceremony held at the school in an assembly on March 13, 2017. WCHS earned the rating, according to an announcement from the United States Environmental Protection Agency. The school obtained the rating based on its assessment of energy performance relative to other high schools in the region, according to Eric Steva, project manager…


WCHS to Hold College and Career Fair March 8; College Signing Day March 30

(SPRINGFIELD, Ky.) – Washington County High School will host a College and Career Fair on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 from approximately 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., where juniors and seniors can meet with college representatives and local companies. About 24 colleges have already confirmed their attendance and several local companies have also signed up to attend including INOAC, Alltech, Barber Cabinet, Toyotomi, U.S. Bank, State Farm Insurance, Spring View Hospital…


WCHS Aerospace Student Prevails, Looks Forward to Career in Aviation

(SPRINGFIELD, Ky.) – When Neryah Niewadomski was about to enter four of the most defining years of her life, that of high school, she had no idea what she wanted to pursue upon graduation. When she entered her freshman year at Washington County High School, she decided to begin taking classes in the school’s newest program, aerospace and aviation. “It’s just different,” says Niewadomski. “It’s not your everyday class. It…