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News Article Index
|Wallace Middle School | Students Participate in Hour of Code||03-27-2019||
Students at Wallace Middle School participated in activities through the Hour of Code event that began on Monday, December 3. Sixth and seventh graders, as well as an eighth-grade exploratory class, enjoyed the opportunities to learn and practice coding during library classes.
|Valley Institute Elementary School | Celebrates Dr. Seuss||03-22-2019||
Valley Institute kicked off the week celebrating Dr. Seuss with a vocabulary parade. Students selected a vocabulary word and then dressed in costume to represent the word.
|Holston High School | Student Wins MLK Essay Contest||03-22-2019||
Josh H. was the winner of the Martin Luther King Essay Contest from Holston High School. His essay, “Standing Arm in Arm,” was chosen to be read by Josh at the ceremony commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Day in Abingdon.
|Watauga Elementary School | Students Learn to Play Golf||03-21-2019||
During the week of February 25-29, 2019, Watauga students had the chance to learn all about the game of golf from Coach Adam Dean. Coach Dean is the program director for The First Tee of Tri-Cities.
|Holston High School | FBLA Visits ETSU||03-21-2019||
On Wednesday, Jan. 23rd, a group of FBLA club members toured the campus of ETSU in Johnson City, TN. They were able to see a variety of the halls and residences on campus, as well as other facilities that ETSU students are able to use freely. The tour guides, current students at the university, were very helpful.
|Valley Institute Elementary School | Jump for Your Heart!||03-13-2019||
The month of February was filled with lots of jumping and learning about how to take the best care of our hearts for students at Valley Institute. Students joined in on the Kids Heart Challenge through the American Heart Association.
|Patrick Henry High School | IT IS MASSIVE!||03-12-2019||
Patrick Henry chemistry students conducted a series of minilabs in order to prove the Law of Conservation of Mass. Students worked through five experiments, measuring the mass of the reactants and the mass of the products.
|Child Nutrition Programs Reminder||03-11-2019||
Washington County Child Nutrition would like to thank you for your patronage. To date, our Child Nutrition staff have served 203,054 Breakfast and 394,241 Lunches.
As the 2018-2019 school year is winding down, here are a few reminders:
|Washington County Schools Announces Kindergarten Registration||03-11-2019||
Kindergarten Registration will be held at all seven elementary schools in Washington County, Virginia on Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 12:00-6:00 pm. Children who will be 5 years of age by September 30, 2019 are eligible for kindergarten enrollment. During registration, all children will be screened for instructional needs. Documentation needed for registration includes birth certificate, immunization records and evidence of a physical exam within the past year. Parents need to register their children in the school district in which they reside. Out of zone transfer requests will be pr
|Special Education Advisory Committee Meeting||03-08-2019||
The Washington County Special Education Advisory Committee Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. If school is not in session that day, the meeting will be cancelled. The meeting will be held in the top floor of the Annex Building. Questions regarding the meeting may be directed to Connie Phillips, Supervisor of Special Education at 739-3041.