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  • Retirement Recognition

    Retirement Recognitions

    Two long-time employees received recognition by the school board for their service to the district. Elementary teacher C. Shawn Arent retired after 30 years teaching at Washington Park Elementary and Nina Hargrove worked for 13 years in the district's food service department.

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  •  Students of the month for November 2022

    Students of the Month - November 2022

    Students of the Month for November 2022 included: (seated) Heidi Walsh, 8th grade, and Kooper Heckard, 2nd grade. Standing: seniors Anthony Adkins and Alexandra Wilson.

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  •  Image of Kevin Ola and George Lammay

    Veterans' Day Assembly Honors Those Who Served

    Several veterans and their families and friends joined with the junior and senior high students on November 11th for the annual recognition for all those who served our nation.

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  •  Senior Football Players

    "2nd and 7" Reading Program is a Hit at Washington

    Senior football players answered questions about themselves before reading a book for the 2nd and 7 program.at Washington Park Elementary on Wednesday, November 2.

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  •  Image of Camilla Justice

    New Special Education Director Looking to Better Coordinate Services

    Camilla Justice loves children. All children. The district’s new Director of Special Education started this October. She had always wanted to be a teacher and thought she would become a second grade teacher because that’s where she seemed to be heading when she first went to college.

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  •  Image of Academic Team

    Academic Teams Win

    Washington Varsity and JV Academic teams won their matches for Academic League.

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  •  image of Ramaniah Karamcheti

    WHS Senior Wins Washington County Cross Country Title

    Ramaniah Karamcheti crosses the finish line first with a winning margin of 11 seconds to win the Washington County Cross Country Championship held at Mingo Park.

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  •  Image of October 2022 Students of the Month

    Students of the Month for October 2022

    Students of the Month for October were recognized by their principals at the school board meeting on October 10th.

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  •  Image of New Scoreboard

    New Scoreboard Dedication

    At the homecoming game on Friday, September 30th, the new digital scoreboard donated by 84 Lumber was dedicated in memory of Wash High alum Caleb Jackson who was killed in a motorcycle accident in May 2021. 

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  •  Stars Event Participants

    STARS (Students Together with Athletes Reaching for Success)

    STARS (Students Together with Athletes Reaching for Success) event was hosted yesterday by Elizabeth Forward. It was the 7th annual Camp of Champions event that included 13 schools, 134 athletes, 43 cheerleaders, and two members of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Wash High participated with 11 Life Skills students and 4 Prexie Pals from our Partners PE class.

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  •   Image of George Lammay and Lisa Antonelli

    True Dedication to Education!

    Mrs. Lisa Antonelli accepts a plaque from Superintendent George Lammay at the school board meeting on September 12th.

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  •  Image of Homecoming Court

    Homecoming 2022

    The Wash High Little Prexies are hosting their homecoming celebrations on September 30th and October 1st.   The parade will begin at 5:30PM on Friday evening and travels from Washington High School to the Football Stadium, and is followed by the matchup between Wash High and Waynesburg Central at 7:00PM.

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  • Fourth-graders at Washington Park Elementary are getting to know local law enforcement with the “Big

    Bigs in Blue

    Fourth-graders at Washington Park Elementary are getting to know local law enforcement with the “Bigs in Blue” program. Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh began the program in Pittsburgh, and this is the first time it has been implemented in Washington County.

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  •  Washington Jr High Students preparing to present radio play

    Old Time Radio

    Sam Turich, head of education for Bricolage Production Company in Pittsburgh, adjusts a microphone for a group of Washington Junior High eighth-grade students as they prepare to present a radio play to parents and the public on May 26.

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  •  Ron Faust and Tayshawn Levy

    Ron Faust and Tayshawn Levy Honored

    Retiring Basketball Coach Ron Faust was honored for his devotion to Wash High Basketball with 36 years served and more games won in Wash High history. Meanwhile, one of his last team members, Tayshawn Levy, is honored for scoring 1000 points in his high school basketball playing.

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  •  National Technical Honor Society members

    National Technical Honor Society Members

    National Technical Honor Society members. Senior and 3rd year member Brendan Little and new inductee Darbee Phillips.

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  •  Students of the month for may

    Students of the Month - May 2022

    Washington School Board recognized Students of the Month for May at their workshop meeting held on May 2, 2022. Principals from the elementary, junior and senior high talked about why each student was nominated by his or her teachers to be a Student of the Month.

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  •  5 Wash High Students who competed in the Washington County Envirothon

    5 Wash High Students Competed in the 2022 Washington County Envirothon

    5 freshmen students competed together in the 2022 Washington County Envirothon.  The students went through 5 different stations answering questions on the topics at each station.  Wildlife, Soil, Aquatics, Forestry and a current event,  this year was recycling.

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    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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Washington School District is committed to educating ALL students under the guidance of our dedicated staff members. We provide our learners with lifelong tools to navigate a course toward growth and advancement while collectively supporting and celebrating student, staff and community achievement.

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