The Accidental Hero PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, October 31 2018 13:59


The Washington Area Performing Arts and Events Center and the American Legion Post 29 present

The Accidental Hero

Thursday, November 8, 2018 7:30 PM


The Accidental Hero Poster

The Accidental Hero Promotional Video


Art Club Ghost Pops 2018 PDF Print E-mail
Monday, October 22 2018 09:43

Ghost Pops are currently for sale by WHS Art Club to be delivered to anyone in the school district on October 30th-31st. Ghost Pops are a $1.00 each and forms and money can be picked up and dropped off in the offices at all elementary buildings and the high school. Orders are due Friday October 26th.

Art Club members will be selling ghost pops at the middle school on Monday October 22nd and Wednesday October 24th during lunch shifts.

Art Club Ghost Pops 2018 Order Form

Most Valuable Coach PDF Print E-mail
Monday, October 15 2018 14:32

Monday, October 15th US Cellular presented a $5,000 check to Washington Community Schools and Coach Roth. Coach Roth was a top 15 qualifier in the Most Valuable Coach contest and was recognized for his placing. Former AD, Doug Dunlap, Coach Hoffman and Cade H. joined in recognizing the accomplishments of Coach Roth.

Kirkwood Community College Program Fair PDF Print E-mail
Monday, October 08 2018 06:59

Kirkwood Community College Program Fair


When: November 6 10 am – 3 pm


Where: Iowa City Campus


1816 Lower Muscatine Rd Iowa City, IA 52240

Incident At Lincoln Elementary PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, October 04 2018 15:09

Good afternoon parents,

I'm writing today to let you know of an unusual incident that happened this afternoon.

While students were on an outdoor walking path during afternoon PE two unidentified adults who were walking in the street on the north side of Lincoln School asked the students if they wanted candy.  The students said no and ran immediately to the teacher outside and reported the incident. Our staff followed our protocols and immediately contacted the police department and shared a description of the individuals along with images we were able to pull off of our cameras.

These individuals did not harm or threaten our students, but we take any potential threat to our students or staff very seriously. We're communicating today's event to you to ensure you are aware of what happened as well.

The police continue to follow up on today's event, and we have requested extra patrol around the buildings.  Additionally, we will be reviewing our safety precautions with students and will remind them to walk in groups or pairs rather than alone when walking to and from school and to be alert to what is going on around them. We encourage you to reinforce these messages with your children and ask them to take the same precautions during non-school hours and on weekends.

We share your desire to keep all children safe, and we will keep you informed of any new developments.


William Stone



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