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So You Wanna be a Cheerleader PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, February 27 2019 12:34

So You Wanna be a Cheerleader is being presented by Washington Middle School Drama.

The play will be on Friday, March 8 with a showtime of 7:00 PM. Admission is a freewill donation to the Tater Tough Make a Wish Drive in association with the WMS Builder's Club.

Builder's Club will also be selling their Make a Wish bracelets for $1 and stars for $2 before the show.

 
Track Apparel PDF Print E-mail
Monday, February 25 2019 08:25

Track apparel is available to purchase at the following website:

https://stores.teamelitesports.com/washington_track

 

WASHINGTON GIRLS TRACK 2019 | STORE CLOSE: 3/15/19 | ITEMS BACK: 4/2/19

Last Updated on Monday, February 25 2019 08:31
 
Celebrate State Wrestling PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, February 19 2019 10:11

We will host a short celebration to honor our state wrestlers on Tuesday, February 26th, starting at 6:00 PM in the high school commons.

 
Students Enjoy a Sweet Valentines with Sweet Peppers PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, February 19 2019 10:15

Stewart Elementary kindergarten and first graders enjoyed candy this Valentine’s Day but another kind of sweet treat too – sweet peppers. Through Pick a Better Snack and Try Day Friday programs delivered by Washington County Extension, over 200 youth learned about, saw examples of and tried peppers – SWEET peppers – for Valentines.

Both programs bring fresh fruit or vegetables into the classrooms for snacks. During Try Day Friday kindergarteners saw the variety of hot and sweet peppers, learned about their hollow insides and learned how you can ‘eat the rainbow’ when eating peppers. 1st graders learned about the USDA Healthy MyPlate and how each meal should include the 5 food groups. They tried three colors of sweet peppers.

These healthy living programs are supported by Washington County Extension, Fareway and the Washington County Riverboat Foundation. Contact the Extension Office, 319-653-4811, with questions or to help fund this program financially. More photos are posted at “Washington County 4-H-Iowa” Facebook with up to date information on other youth programs around the county.

Ms. Jill Bader’s kindergarten students gave the sweet peppers a thumbs up and enjoyed seeing the variety of hot pepper shapes and sizes too.

 
Washington Middle School has got talent! PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, February 14 2019 08:08

These WMS artworks have been selected to be exhibited in the 2019 Youth Art Month Show with other pieces of student work from all over the state of Iowa.

 

The Youth Art Month Celebration is hosted by the Iowa Arts Council and the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs in conjunction with the Art Educators of Iowa. Youth Art Month is a program of the National Art Education Association. Each member of the Art Educators of Iowa can submit up to 10 artworks to a juried show. This year 4 Artwork created by three talented young Clear Creek Amana Middle School students were selected.

 

8th Graders Joel L., Emilie B., Elizabeth S., and Destiny T. each have an artwork on display.

 

A reception will be held on Saturday, March 23 at the State Historical Building in Des Moines. The artwork will be on display at the State Historical Building for the public to enjoy throughout the month of March.

 

 
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