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Sub-State Basketball 2017

WCHS Boys play their first round of Sub-State Basketball Games Monday, Feb 27 at Solomon 7pm   WCHS Girls play their first round of Sub-State Basketball Games Tuesday, Feb 28 vs Lincoln at WCHS 6pm (We will only have the HS gate for this game. You cannot enter through the West Elem.)   Sub-State Ticket Prices: K-12 Student $5, Adults $6. No Passes Accepted. If you are not on the pass list you must . . .

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Seniors and Photos!!

The deadline for turning in Senior pictures for the yearbook is Friday, March 17th .

Senior Yearbook/Hallway Display Photo These pictures should be portrait (tall – NOT wide).  If your picture is not oriented the correct way you can expect that it will be cropped and modified slightly to fit. Portraits should be wallet-sized, which is 2.5 in X 3.5 in. Portraits should be in color.  It is suggested that the portraits be a close-up shot of your face will show up better in the yearbook . . .

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How many of us remember reading The Cat in the Hat books?  I’m sure there are plenty of us.  The very talented Dr. Seuss – who was wise beyond words – was born on March 2.

The magical books written by Dr. Seuss held so many lessons for so many people both young and old.  Here are FIVE LIFE LESSONS from Dr. Seuss……

Five Life Lessons from Dr. Seuss

  1.  Be Yourself.  Today you are You, that is truer than true.  There is no one alive who is Your than You.
  2. Make the World Better.  Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better, it’s not.
  3. Never stop learning.  The more that you read, the more things you will know.  The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.
  4. It’s about balance.  Step with care and great tact, and remember that Life’s a Great Big Balancing Act.
  5. Be positive.  Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.


To celebrate the silliness and the creativeness that was this wonderful author, we are celebrating in our elementary schools the week of February 27 to March 2.


Dr. Seuss Week

February 27 – March 2, 2017

Dr. Seuss’ birthday is Thursday, March 2.  To celebrate the wonderful world this great author opened up for all children and adults, regardless of age, Washington County Elementary School Grades K-6 will be celebrating Dr. Seuss and Read Across America the week of February 27- March 2.

Monday, February 27 – Cat in the Hat Day.  Students and staff are encouraged to wear your favorite hat all day.

Tuesday, February 28 – Fox in Socks Day.  All students and staff are encouraged to wear crazy socks. Ms. O’Dea will be reading to students during library time.

Wednesday, March 1 – Wacky Wednesday.  Let’s get silly!  All students and staff are encouraged to wear crazy clothes.  Or wear your clothes backwards, or inside out, or mismatched.  The crazier the better! Ms. O’Dea will be reading to students during library time.

Thursday, March 2 – Dr. Seuss Day.  All staff and students are encouraged to wear their pajamas and get comfy to read…. especially Dr. Seuss books!

Friday, March 3 – NO SCHOOL. 


Come on!  Join the FUN!  Help us celebrate Dr. Seuss week!


Employment Opportunities

updated 2/17/17

  Posted February 17, 2017 : Job Title:   Elementary Teacher Job Description:   Washington  County USD #108 has an Elementary Teacher position open for the 2017-2018 school  year.   This position will remain open until filled. Interested parties should contact the school to request and application by emailing  . . .

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