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Washington West News


Nominations are being accepted for the School District of Washington and WINGS Teacher of the year award.

Anyone may submit a nomination for the School District of Washington and WINGS Teacher of the Year; however, if it’s someone other than the building principal, a letter of support from the principal is to be included with the nomination.

The principal and/or person submitting the nomination must include a statement in 300 words or less why they believe the educator they are nominating should be selected as WINGS Teacher of the Year.

Specific examples should be cited, such as the educator’s methods for meeting student needs, desire for professional growth, community involvement, dedication to the teaching profession, and rapport with students, parents and staff. Include the educator’s name, school name, subject area, grade level and years of experience.

Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer and a committee will review the nominations and submit up to 10 to the WINGS Board for final selection. The nominees will be announced at the end of the year program. This will allow more individuals to be recognized. The recipient will be announced at the opening ceremonies for the 2018-19 school year.

Nominations should be sent to the building principal by April 25.

The WINGS Teacher of the Year will be eligible for the Missouri Regional Teacher of the Year.

Click on the attached links below for a flyer detailing more information and a specific timeline, as well as a School District of Washington and WINGS Teacher of the Year nomination form.


Fifth- and sixth-grade students in the School District of Washington participated in a Math Madness competition at Washington High School on Thursday evening, March 15,

Run by teachers and students from the WHS math department, the elementary students didved into small teams, representing their schools, and worked on a series of mathematical problems, equations and solutions.

Points were totaled following every round.

Photos from Math Madness are below.

The winners were as follows:

Sixth Grade

First place: The Calculator Gladiators - South Point Elementary - Lucas Brown, Vincent Hoang, Mason Rowe and Cooper Spaunhorst.

Second place: Math Pirates – Campbellton Elementary - Ashley Frick, Carter Hall and Jillian Huellinghoff.

Third place: Hershey's Cream PI - South Point Elementary - Elijah Gudmundson, Avery Imhoff and Brendan Smith.

Fifth Grade

First Place: Mathmagicians – Campbellton Elementary - McLaine Graham, Harvick Kleinheider, Luke Mauchenheimer and Wade Meyer.

Second Place: Algebrats - Washington West Elementary - Lilah Clements, Amber Glastetter and Sophie West.

Third Place: Math Cookies - Abby Brinkmann, Bryan Austin, Phinas Schneider and Taylor Scheible.


The final day of the 2017-18 school year in the School District of Washington currently stands at Tuesday, May 22.

The School District of Washington’s district calendar is designed to have students attend 177 school days of education. The SDOW made a request to the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to not make up the missed day on March 8, but instead change Wednesday, April 4, from an early out day to a full day, therefore keeping the district in compliance with the required 174 school days and 1,044 attendance hours.

While nine out of 10 of our schools have numerous hours over the required 1,044, the Four Rivers Career Center would have fallen 18 minutes short, therefore prompting the change of April 4 to a full day.

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education approved the School District of Washington’s request.

Staff, students and parents should be advised that if any more time is missed this school year, it will have to be made up.

The make-up days going forward will be May 23-25 followed by March 26-27.


The School District of Washington will be participating in the Missouri Student Survey. The survey will be administered to students in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12.

The Missouri Student Survey helps decision makers at the state level, our community and our school understand the challenges our students face. The survey also helps our school and the Franklin County Community Resource Board determine the services needed for our students.

Click on the attached link below for the complete letter to parents and an option to opt out of the survey.


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Today @ West

Today: 3/23/18

Spring Break Runs March 26-30

This is a reminder there will be no school for Spring Break on Monday-Friday, March 26-30. Click here for the 2017-18 academic calendar.

Elementary Student Handbook 2017-18

The elementary parent/student handbook for the 2017-18 school year is available. The front page must be signed and returned to the school office by the start of the school year. Click here to view the handbook.

SDOW Enrollment, Registration Forms

Enrollment and registration forms for the 2017-18 school year are available. New students and returning students to the School District of Washington will need to complete the forms. Click here for the enrollment/registration page.

Nurses Newsletter, Medication Guidelines

The School District of Washington's Nurses Newsletter and medication guidelines are available. Click the links below.


Nursing Newsletter


Medication Guidelines