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News Article Index
|John S. Battle High School | "The Art of Histology"||09-07-2018||
Students in Mr. Pearman’s Anatomy and Physiology class took a close look at some human tissue samples during their Histology Unit this month at John Battle High School.
|Family Life Education Material Public Review||09-06-2018||
Washington County Public Schools will be offering families an opportunity to review the Family Life Education materials, curriculum and videos, that will be used in the 2018-2019 school year instruction. Please view the flyer below for more information.
|Patrick Henry High School | "To Map or Not to Map"||09-04-2018||
Before beginning a study of William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, students in Mrs. Burke's speech and drama class created over-sized character maps.
|Greendale Elementary School: Super Hero Fifth Grade Greeter||08-29-2018||
At Greendale Elementary, we have students who do not wear a cape, but are still super heroes!
|Damascus Middle School: The Strength Team Shows DMS Students the Power of Their Choices||08-28-2018||
On Tuesday, August 21, Damascus Middle School students and faculty gathered in the gym with Mr. Zeb Bishop, a member of The Strength Team.
|John S. Battle High School: Dr. Ratliff Kicks Off Leader Live Series||08-27-2018||
On August 17th, student leaders at John S. Battle learned valuable lessons from Washington County's Superintendent, Dr. Brian Ratliff, to kick off their "Leader Live" series.
|Meal Benefit Expiration Notification||08-24-2018||
Prior Year (2017-2018) Meal Benefits are set to expire September 19, 2018. If we do not receive and process an application before the above date, your child/ren benefits will revert to paid. You will be responsible for paying. We encourage you to get your application in as quickly as possible so as not to have an interruption. For quicker processing, you may click here to complete the application electronically. Should you have questions you may call Valerie Cupp 276-739-3074 or Brenda Green 276-739-3031.
|Valley Institute Elementary School Bulldog Bus Safety||08-20-2018||
A special thanks to Ms. Dwanna and Ms. Sharon for leading bus safety drills for our kindergarten and first grade classes.
|Rhea Valley Elementary School WCPS Community Mural Project||08-15-2018||
A big thank you to all of the WCPS teachers and Rhea Valley Staff who participated in "The Big Picture" inservice this summer. Many of our county schools were represented by teachers from RVES, MES, WES, HPES, GES, EBSMS, WMS, AHS, HHS, PHHS, Interchange, and the Safety Zone.
|CTE Annual Notice 2018-2019||08-01-2018||
Washington County Public Schools
Annual Public Notice
Career & Technical Education
Washington County Public Schools Department of Career and Technical Education offer a variety of programs to all students at the middle and high school levels. The program areas include the following: