Augusta PTO Library Fund (Re-Supplying of Augusta Library)
The safety of our students and staff is a top priority. Click here for district safety information.
Back to School Video 2015-16
The 2015-16 school year is under way. Click here for a back-to-school video featuring our staff and students.
Service Fee on Webstore Waived
The School District of Washington has waived the $2 service fee on all transactions on the RevTrak Webstore. Click here to view the Webstore.
The School District of Washington will be closed on Monday, Feb. 15, in observance of Presidents’ Day.
There will be a modified day for students on Wednesday, Feb. 24, for staff professional development in the afternoon. Click here for modified day dismissal times.
The snow day on Jan. 20 will be made up on Friday, May 20, which is now the last day of school. The date of the last day of school will change if there is another snow day. The Feb. 11 snow day will be made up on March 24.
Inclement weather days will be made up in the following order: May 20, March 24, May 23-27, May 31.
Click the attached link below for the 2015-16 academic calendar.
Winter Courtwarming festivities at Washington High School are scheduled for Friday, Feb. 19.
The theme this year is “A Night in New York.”
The Courtwarming dance takes place following the varsity boys basketball game against Ft. Zumwalt North, which will begin at approximately 7:30 p.m.
Washington’s varsity girls play Ft. Zumwalt North at 6 p.m.
The junior varsity games will be played in the Little Blue Jay Gymnasium with the boys contest at 6 p.m. followed by the girls at 7:30 p.m.
Students on the Courtwarming Court are Josh Stettes, Tori Tidwell, Adam Gauzy, Olivia Ancell, Miles McCracken, Lindsay Alfermann, Will Davis, Ellie Scheer, Jeff Peters, Ashley Pruett, Koby Holtmeyer and Emmy Lopez.
Photos of the Washington High School Winter Courtwarming Court are below.
Pictured is the 2015-16 Washington High School Winter Courtwarming Court. Seated, from left, are Tori Tidwell and Josh Stettes. Middle row, from left, are Adam Gauzy, Olivia Ancell, Ellie Scheer and Will Davis. Back row, from left, are Miles McCracken, Lindsay Alfermann, Ashley Pruett and Jeff Peters. Not shown are Koby Holtmeyer and Emmy Lopez.
Adam Gauzy and Olivia Ancell
Jeff Peters and Ashley Pruett
The Missouri State Highway Patrol will conduct a training session for its officers at the former Fifth Street Elementary School building on Tuesday, Feb. 16, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Individuals who might see emergency personnel and vehicles at the building on Feb. 16 should know that it will not be an emergency situation, just a training session.
Washington High School captured first-place honors in the Large School Division of the WYSE (Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering) Academic Challenge during the East Central College Regional on Feb. 3.
Placing in the top three from Washington were Will Davis (First in Math, First in Chemistry), Curtis Brinker (First in Computer Science, Second in Math), Evan Searcy (First in Engineering Graphics, Third in Math), Claire Heinrich (First in Biology, Third in English), Molly White (First in English), Derek Hymer (Third in Computer Science), Tyler Jarvis (Second in Computer Science), Bailey Pabst (Third in Biology), Cole Phinney (Second in Physics), Danielle Voelkerding (Third in Engineering Graphics) and Stephen Wood (Third in Computer Science).
Other Washington team members competing were John Beuke, Sarah Bretzke, Eric Brinker, Autumn Buesking, Megan Cash, Kelsey Guinn, Mazher Hakim, Abby Hopkins, Jonah Jensen, Eriselda Leka, Jonathan McGowan, Emily Moreland, Emma Pabst, Jeff Phillips, Alex Phinney, Ashley Pruett and Grace Sullentrup.
See the photos of the Washington WYSE team below.
1st Place Team With Trophy:
Front row, left to right: Bailey Pabst, Molly White, Danielle Voelkerding, Curtis Brinker
2nd row, left to right: Derek Hymer, Abby Hopkins, Emily Moreland, Ashley Pruett, Cole Phinney
3rd row, left to right: Evan Searcy, Jonathan McGowan, Will Davis, Tyler Jarvis
Absent from photo: Claire Heinrich
At-Large Team members:
Math Sweep 1,2,3:
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No School Feb. 15 For Presidents' Day
The School District of Washington will be closed on Monday, Feb. 15, in observance of Presidents’ Day. Click here for details on an upcoming modified day and the snow make-up schedule.
Early Release Days
The next Early Release Day is Wednesday, Feb. 17. All students will be released (1) hour early. Click here for Early Release Day schedules and procedures.
Washington High School 2016-17 Course Book
The Washington High School 2016-17 course book is available. Click here to see the course book.
Health Services Information Available
The SDOW Health Services policies and frequently used forms are now available. News updates related to Health Services will be updated during the year. Click here for the Health Services page.
CAPS/Pathways to Prosperity
The School District of Washington’s CAPS/Pathways to Prosperity Planning Teams continue to make progress toward moving the program forward. Click here for more information.
The School District of Washington's iBelieve Initiative continues to develop. Click here for details and a video about the program.