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News Article Index
|Glade Spring Middle School GATE Embarks on an Adventure||02-26-2015||
Glade Spring Middle School sixth graders in the GATE program recently traveled to Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Tennessee to visit the Titanic Museum and Ripley’s Aquarium. At the Titanic Museum, the students were taken on a tour led by "actual" passengers from the ship! The guides told the students why they were on the ship and what had happened to them.
|Kidz Place – Title 1 Parent Resource Center||02-25-2015||
STOP THAT WINTER BRAIN FREEZE! We are waiting for you!! The Title 1 Parent Resource Center, also known as the Kidz Place, is a full service library with over 25,000 items available for check out and free of charge! Our services are available for all Washington County residents. We have a large selection of books with AR levels marked, beginning leveled readers, math readers, math and reading games and activities, puzzles, board games, DVDs and videos, music CDs, and lots more. Our qualified staff is on hand to help with parenting concerns and questions.
|John S. Battle Seniors Honor Martin Luther King||02-25-2015||
In honor of Dr. King's birthday, Ms. Jennifer Daniel's Dual Enrollment English 12 students recently attended a presentation by regional historical scholar Dr. William Turner on January 19.
|High Point Elementary Library Holiday Book Drive||02-24-2015||
Books A Million has chosen High Point Elementary School Library as the recipient of their annual Holiday Book and Toy Drive. The book drive will support our students’ love for reading and the school’s Accelerated Reader program.
|The Skull Lady Visits Damascus Middle School!||02-24-2015||
On Friday, December 5, Mrs. Amy Caywood’s seventh-grade science students at Damascus Middle School were treated to a visit from the Skull Lady, Ms. Jude Colt, and her collection of skulls and vertebrae.
|Abingdon Elementary Holds Annual Spelling Bee||02-23-2015||
On Friday, January 9, Abingdon Elementary held its annual school-wide spelling bee. Twenty participants eagerly took the spotlight to show off their spelling expertise. Students had already proven their success by competing in classroom competitions and were named champions of their classroom.
|Washington County Students take ASVAB||02-23-2015||
As is the case every year, Washington County's sophomores, juniors, and seniors were given an opportunity to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). The test was given at the Washington CTE Center on February 6. Twenty-two students took advantage of the opportunity and sat for the test. Proctors from the National Guard, U.S. Army, and the U.S. Navy were there to assist.
|Robotics Club Workshop and Meeting Schedule||02-18-2015||
We will run on the same schedule as the WCS closings. There will not be any robot club meetings if the schools are closed or have an early release.
|WCCTEC Students Earn Top Honors at District Competition||02-13-2015||
On February 4th, students from the WCCTEC Criminal Justice Program participated in the 2015 Skills USA District 8 Crime Scene Investigation and Criminal Justice competitions. The Crime Scene team consisting of Madison B., Michael P., and Bayleigh D. won first place. Students were judged on conducting a thorough investigation of a mock homicide scene, specifically in the areas of: evidence identification and documentation; evidence collection; crime scene measurement and reconstruction.
|Identifying Disabled Children||02-12-2015||
The Washington County Public School System provides a Free and Appropriate Public Education for all identified eligible disabled students, ages 2 to 21, residing within Washington County. Please see