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Junior High Cleared for Classes PDF Print E-mail

The Junior High has been cleared for classes beginning on Tuesday.  The district will isolate the stage area in the gym for future remediation, but it has been determined that the building is fine for students to attend classes.    Thanks to all for their cooperation on this matter.

 
2010-2011 Traffic Flow and Parking at Washington Junior High PDF Print E-mail

As staff, students, and community return to school this year, Washington Junior High School will be implementing a new one-way traffic flow and parking plan. All traffic will enter via the north entrance off of South Avenue B and exit through the south entrance back onto South Avenue B. Buses only will be allowed to use the circle drive before and after school for student drop off. Parents are asked to drop off students in front of the building towards the south end before and after school.  Signs are posted marking all areas.

 

Due to construction of the new high school, many parking areas will not be accessible at the junior high. Lot parking during the day will only be available to staff members and visitors.  Handicapped parking will be available to patrons. No parking signs will be posted in front of the building along the curb during school hours. Parents and students will be asked to utilize street parking in front of the Halycon House but not in their parking lots.  Lines on the street mark legal parking in these areas.

Last Updated on Wednesday, August 18 2010 11:14
 
WJHS Students Visit Washington D.C. PDF Print E-mail

While most students were starting their summer break, 40 WJHS students traveled to Washington D.C. to explore the rich history of our nation's capitol.  Sites explored included the Capitol, the Crime and Punishment Museum, Ford's Theater, Mount Vernon, and Arlington National Cemetery.  Highlights of the trip included a "behind the scenes" tour at Mt. Vernon based on the movie National Treasure 2, and a trip to the top of the Washington Monument to see the city at night.  It was an incredible trip with an incredible group of students!!

 
6-8th grade ELP students compete in the Soaring High Quiz Bowl PDF Print E-mail

6-8th grade ELP students participate in Soaring High Quiz Bowl

On Friday, May 14, the 6-8th grade ELP students competed in the Soaring High Quiz Bowl Competition in West Liberty against 8 other schools.  The Washington teams placed 6th in the competition.  It was a great day for everyone!

 
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