SENIORS - tomorrow is the deadline to get your senior pictures and baby pictures in for the yearbook!
8 days ago, Erin Toole
senior letter
Thanks to our local Modern Pioneers club for hosting the art show today. You can go see it until 1pm at KSDS.
9 days ago, Erin Toole
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Modern pioneers
Tomorrow!!
10 days ago, Erin Toole
art show3
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12 days ago, Lisa Ouellette
Plant fundraiser
This Saturday.
14 days ago, Erin Toole
art show
Have you ever heard the story of the Berlin Candy Bomber? Senior Kady Toole has created an illustration that tells the story of Colonel Gail Halverson, the Berlin Candy Bomber. She recently shared her artwork and his story with the 5th and 6th grade classes and with the World History class at Washington County. If you'd like to see her artwork and read the story of Colonel Halverson, the piece is on display at the office of Thrivent Financial Solutions in Washington until Friday, March 17th.
14 days ago, Erin Toole
thrivent
world history
4th and 5th
6th
Congratulations to all of the TVL athletes that made All-League in basketball this year. Shout out to our very own Jesse Hoover for receiving 2nd Team All-League honors! #betigerstrong
15 days ago, Brock Funke
All League
All league
Our lobby will have a new look when we come back from Spring Break! #betigerstrong #timberstruck
17 days ago, Brock Funke
new lobby
We had an unusual week of Ruby Reds tryouts this week, and are excited to announce the 2023-2024 squad. Please congratulate these leaders! The squad is officially in their 2.5 month off season and will get back to work soon. Friday night lights will be back before you know it! ❤️🖤🤍 Go tigers!! A big thank you to our judges last night, Cortni Smith, Mindy Jensen, and Janie Rottinghaus. Your time and expertise are much appreciated.
17 days ago, Kaitie Wenzl
Ruby reds squad members
Today was the last day of Dr. Seuss week. Our book theme was "Sleep Book." The students wore their pajamas. Students had a fun week with guest readers and reading Dr. Seuss books.
18 days ago, Amy Hoover
students wearing pajamas
students wearing pajamas
students wearing pajamas
students wearing pajamas
students wearing pajamas
students wearing pajamas
Wednesday's Dr. Seuss theme was "O the Places You Will Go." The students dressed as their future career or college choice.
18 days ago, Amy Hoover
student dressed as a ranger
student dressed as military
student with KU shirt
student wearing  KSU shirt
We have had a great couple of weeks celebrating Dr. Seuss and the great books he wrote. Today we had some guest readers and then made “Oobleck” to finish out our day.
18 days ago, Sonja Frager
Matt with a very nice oak dining table that he built with mirrored grain pattern on the ends of the table. It turned out really cool. As you can see he has his security detail helping him load up this priceless piece of furniture. Good job, Matt!
18 days ago, Jamie Koster
Matt-Oak Table
Matt-Table
Get comfy, wear your pajamas, and read! Reading was a little different today in Mrs. Baker's MTSS group as students used finger lights to light up the book they read.
18 days ago, Mistina Baker
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Mark your calendars
19 days ago, Erin Toole
Art Show
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches. 3rd-6th had fun celebrating.
19 days ago, Amy Hoover
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches. 3rd-6th students had fun celebrating.
19 days ago, Amy Hoover
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
Last week we celebrated March birthday lunches (and one February birthday). K-2 students had fun celebrating.
19 days ago, Amy Hoover
students celebrating birthday lunch
students celebrating birthday lunch
students celebrating birthday lunch
students celebrating birthday lunch
students celebrating birthday lunch
students celebrating birthday lunch
students celebrating birthday lunch
students celebrating birthday lunch
students celebrating birthday lunch
students celebrating birthday lunch
The 6th grade students in charge of Kindness Coins during the Great Kindness Challenge presented a check in the amount of $1086 to the Washington County Food Pantry. The third grade students contributed the largest money amount of coins. They received an ice cream party.
19 days ago, Amy Hoover
6th students presenting a check
students eating ice cream
students eating ice cream
students eating ice cream
students eating ice cream
Today we recognized these teachers during our grit awards. During this school year these teachers have worked very hard completing Part 1 to LETRS training. LETRS is a professional learning course for instructors of reading, spelling, and related language skills. It provides educators with in-depth knowledge and tools that they can use with any reading program. This training required many hours outside of school watching videos, reading, and applying new skills in the classroom. They also attended four days of training. Thank you Misty Baker, Raechel Bruna, Emma Tryon, Jill Keesecker, Sonja Frager, Andrea Walter, Steve Wright, Emily Lucas, Noreen Rundle, Nicole Goeckel, Staci Peters, Tricia Gauby, Kate Hedke, Tawni Myers, Kim Miller, and Brandy McCubbin for all your hard work on this great accomplishment!
19 days ago, Amy Hoover
teachers who completed training