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  •  Mary Beth Lopez accepts plaque form George Lammay

    Mary Beth Lopez Retires After 27 Years

    Teacher Mary Beth Lopez accepts a plaque of appreciation and thanks for 27 years with Washington School District from Superintendent George Lammay at the March 20th board meeting.

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  •  Raelynn Cox and Teacher

    All Children Can Learn if Given the Needed Supports

    Her smile is contagious and her persistence is evident. Raelynn Cox, a 9 year old girl who was born with Down Syndrome, may have had delays in development, but, she is progressing at a steady pace with help from her family, teachers, and therapists at Washington Park Elementary.

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  •  March Students of the month

    Students of the Month for March 2023

    Students of the Month for March 2023 : Five students were honored as Students of the Month by the Washington School District at the board of directors' meeting on March 13th.

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  •  February Students of the Moth

    February Students of the Month

     Washington School District administrators presented the teacher-nominated students of the month for February at the school board's February 21st meeting.

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  •  Jr high Students working

    Washington Jr. High Classes Work on Projects for NAACP's Black History Open House

    February is Black History Month and Junior High Social Studies teacher Erin Moore is having her classes work on studying local history using available resources like ancestry.com and local articles and booklets. The posters, power point displays, and QR-coded artwork will allow visitors to the NAACP's Open House an opportunity to learn about local Washington black history.

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  •  Carlos Harper II

    College Selection Announced by Carlos Harper II

    Carlos Harper II smiles after announcing he has made his college decision. Offered opportunities to play football at 4 different schools, including WVU, Gannon, Duquesne, and West Liberty, Harper chose West Liberty at his official signing held February 8th.

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  •  2nd and 7 reading students

    2nd and 7 program

    The "2nd and 7" reading program created by three former Ohio State University football players in 1999 continues to encourage second -graders to increase their reading. Washington School District is one of the districts that has participated for nearly 10 years with the program that brings high school student athletes to the elementary school for a time of sharing and reading on 2/7.

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  •  District Chorus and Music Students

    Wash High Music Students Participated in County Festival

    Wash High Band and Chorus Students participated in the 2023 Washington County Band & Chorus Festival at Penn West California on January 26 and 27th. 

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  •  Braden Dombrowski and Nick Blanchette to W&J

    Two Prexies Headed to W&J on Scholarships

    Wash High Seniors Braden Dombrowski and Nick Blanchette will be staying close to home when they graduate,.

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  •  Matt Mols High School Principal

    Washington School District Hires New High School Principal

    The Washington School District has hired Matthew Mols to serve as the new high school principal. Washington School Board on Tuesday unanimously approved hiring Mols, who currently is the assistant principal and director of the Career Technology Center at McKeesport Area High School.

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  •  Students Performers in Mrs. Holmes

    Prexie Performers Portray Sherlock Holmes with the female version -- "Miss Holmes"

    Washington School District's Prexie Performers Senior Morgan Winters as Michael Stamford, Dr. Dorothy Watson's love interest; Junior Cheyenne Desmond as Detective Geoffrey Lestrade; and Senior Savanna Mellish as Mycroft Holmes, the brother of Miss Holmes (played by Julia Sandoval, not in photo) as they prepare for the upcoming performance of "Miss Holmes", a play that is based in the 1880s in England and is the female version of Sherlock Holmes.

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  •  Joe Russell shaking George Lammay's hand

    Retirement Recognition

    Maintenance staff member Joe Russell is retiring. He was thanked and congratulated by the district school board at the January 17th board meeting.

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  •  January Students of the Month

    January Students of the Month and School Board Honored

    Five students were recognized by the principals and administration at the January 9th school board meeting. The Washington School Board was also thanked and recognized for their commitment to the district by Superintendent George Lammay.

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  •  3 Chorus Students

    Wash High Students to Participate in District and County Chorus

    Washington High School sophomore Thomas Inghram will represent Wash High this week at the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) District I Chorus at Thomas Jefferson High School on January 12 and 13th. Two Wash High seniors are among the five Wash High students chosen for participation in the Washington County Chorus Festival which will be held January 26 and 27 at Penn West-California. Rose Strickler will sing first soprano and Omogbolahan Sanni will sing second bass.

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  •  Davoun Fuse Signing Letter of Intent with parents and brother

    Wash High Football Player signs with Rutgers University

    Wash High Senior Davoun Fuse signed his letter of intent on Wednesday, December 21, 2022, to continue his academic and football career for Rutgers University. He was accompanied by his parents and brother at the signing table. Also in attendance were Davoun’s family, friends, teammates, teachers, coaches, and district administration.

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  •  Elementary Students Performing

    Washington Elementary Students Perform Holiday Concert

     Parents, grandparents, teachers, and friends packed the Park School auditorium on Thursday,  December 15th to hear holiday music.

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  •  HS Band Concert

    Washington Junior/Senior High School Band Concert

     Washington Junior/Senior High School held its annual Holiday concert on Tuesday,  December 20th. The audience enjoyed special holiday selections in performances by the Jazz Ensemble, Junior High School Chorus, Junior High School Band, Steel Band, Choralaires, and Symphonic Band. 

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  •  Minute to Win IT Participants Photo

    "Minute to Win It" Event for Life Skills Students Brings 10 Schools Together

     Washington Jr./Sr. High School recently hosted its 6th annual "Minute to Win It" event with 121 life skills support students attending from 10 western PA school districts.

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  •  Freedom Bus

    Ride the Bus to School!

    Month-long pass Freedom Transit is now offering specially priced bus passes for Wash Jr/Sr High students to get to and from school and around town!

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  •  Wash High Prexies

    Prexie Center

    Prexie Center Tuesdays & Thursdays 3-6pm Free and open to all 7th-12th graders for socializing, meals/snacks, games, tutoring, Prexie Market, and more!

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