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2016 ACT Scores

The 2016 ACT scores for Kansas have been released.  Washington County High School students scored ABOVE the state average on ALL components of the test. Our students are to be commended for their phenomenal work on this important test. Way to go!                    WCHS        State . . .

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Drop East Elementary Students Off Safely

We want to make sure all of our students are safe arriving and departing school.  We ask your cooperation by NOT driving on the East Elementary “playground/parking lot” to drop off or pick up your child.  There are too many students in this area to monitor this practice in a safe manner, so it is best if we don’t allow any driving on this area at all.  Thanks so much for your cooperation in this matter.

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Employment Opportunities

Substitute Kitchen Help

Posted Aug 22, 2016: Job Title:   Substitute Kitchen Help Job Description: USD 108 is accepting applications for the position of Substitute Kitchen Helper. This is an on-call position with the possibility of daily work for a 4-6 week period. Position is open until filled. Application Form - Application can be found  HERE Return application to: . . .

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Bus safety key as students head back to school this month……….

TOPEKA — As students head back to school in August, there will be an influx of bright yellow school buses on the roads. This is a great reminder that it is important to keep children safe while traveling to and from the bus stop and while getting on and off the bus. “School buses remain the safest way to transport students to and from school, but keeping our kids safe when getting on and off the bus is everyone’s . . .

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USD 108 Receives Community Learning Center Grant

A $125,000 first-year Kansas 21 st Century Community Learning Center Program grant was awarded Tuesday to USD 108 by the Kansas State Board of Education. The USD 108 request was one of 39 new grants approved Tuesday from 93 grant applications, according to Christine Macy, education program consultant with the Kansas State Board of Education. Applications came from school districts, faith-based and community organizations for the . . .

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