Essay contest winners Essay contest winners

Abingdon Elementary is home to three first place winners in the DAR Essay contest. Liam B. is the first place winner in the Washington County DAR essay contest for fifth grade. Kayla H. is the Washington County first place winner for fourth grade. Abingdon Elementary is also now home for the Smyth County first place DAR essay contest winner in fourth grade, Emily H. Congratulations to all our winners.

Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Zack Lee speaks to the Criminal Justice class. Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Zack Lee speaks to the Criminal Justice class.

On Friday February 25th, Zack Lee, Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney for the City of Bristol, Virginia, spoke with the Neff Center's Criminal Justice class about his role and experiences as a prosecuting attorney.

A prosecuting attorney presents evidence to the court that helps judges and juries decide on the guilt or innocence of someone charged with a crime.

Original artwork of a child in Sri Lanka Original artwork of a child in Sri Lanka

Wallace Middle School students recently received a packet of letters and drawings from the children in Sri Lanka who received our tsunami donation. The drawings depicted the devastation of the tsunami and how they felt about the destruction. Their letters reflected their appreciation to our students for the donations, saying, "You saw our situation, knew our children needed help with their education, and you gave us that help. This really means a lot to us. My family and I thank you from our heart for all your help" and "because you all brought the schoolbooks, our children are happily going to school. Like that, you also bought us food. We don't know how to thank you for all your help."

Cole F. dressed up as a bee Cole F. dressed up as a bee

High Point Elementary School Mascot, Cole F., prepares for his appearance on School Spirit Day at the student-teacher volleyball game as his mom, Traci, gets ready to referee the game. Activities of the day in addition to the to game included a sea of green and white as everyone dressed in school colors, a mascot coloring contest, and a green and white school spirit lunch. Former High Point students of the community were also invited to share their favorite High Point memories in the classroom.

The Technical School and Neff shared a booth at the 1st Annual Farm Show. The Technical School and Neff shared a booth at the 1st Annual Farm Show.

On the weekend of February 25th-27th, the Technical School and the Neff Center shared a booth at the First Annual Farm Show at the Washigton County Fairgrounds. The booth featured posters from the many career and technical classes offered by the two schools. Brochures were also available for the public.

School Board Member Tom Musick arranged for the schools to have the booth. The faculties of WCTS and Neff appreciate Mr. Musick's dedication to their mission and his ongoing support.

Recent Updates

The 2013-2014 Salary Scales (PDF 133.73 KB) are now available.

The 2013-2014 Calendar (PDF 352.23 KB) is available.

Parents

Students are eligible for reduction/waiver of fees based on certain circumstances. If you are in need of financial assistance, you may qualify. Please print, fill out, and sign a a fee reduction/waiver form (PDF 23.51 KB) and return it to the school's office.

Washington County Public Schools is proud to announce the release of the PowerSchool Parent Portal. The Parent Portal will allow you to view your child's grades, attendance, teacher comments, and calendars in real-time on our website. It will also allow you to access SchoolMessenger to update your student's contact information for emergency, weather, and other general notifications. Please see the Parent Portal Instructions in order to get started and check our Parent Portal Frequently Asked Questions.

2013 Virginia Special Education Parent Involvement Survey / 2013 Virginia Special Educacion - Encuesta para padres de niños con discapacidades

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Washington County Public Schools is promoting healthy lifestyles through its Health and Wellness Program.

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