AnnouncementsWJHS Announcements For Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 Today on the menu – Fish Shapes or Hotdog With warmer weather coming, a few of our students need to remember that there is a dress code still in existence here at Washington. Do not show up in class with inappropriate clothing. If you are interested there is an Academic Bowl between Edison and Washington tonight beginning at 6 P.M. (participants need to arrive at 5:45). There is a traveling trophy, which Edison won last year. Show up so we can claim the traveling trophy! Some students have already signed up, but even if you have not, you are welcome to play. It will be held in RIHS cafeteria. There will be food and drink also. For more information contact Coach...
WJHS END OF THE YEAR IMPORTANT DATES AND SUMMER REGISTRATION DATES
Monday, May 27 – No School Memorial Day Thursday, May 30 Jazz Band will play @ Huckleberry’s Pizza 6-7 P.M. Friday, May 31 Winning Warrior Breakfast at 7:30 A.M. Yearbooks will be distributed School Dismisses at 1:30 Monday, June 3 – Field Day at WJHS School Dismisses at 1:30 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony 6 PM at RIHS Fieldhouse. Tuesday, June 4 – Last Day of School School Dismisses at 1:30 Tree dedication for Mr. Hepner @ 1:00 P.M. Registration for the next school year is: Thursday, July 25 11:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. Friday, July 26 9:00 A.M. – Noon Students return to school to begin the 2013-2014 school year on Monday, August 5. Read More →
WJHS Announcements For Monday, May 20, 2013
Monday, May 20, 2013 Today on the menu – Bosco Stick/Beef Spaghetti Sauce With warmer weather coming, a few of our students need to remember that there is a dress code still in existence here at Washington. Most students are aware of what that code is. It will be enforced. If you do not know what the code is, it is your responsibility to find out in Advisory. Do not show up in class with inappropriate clothing. Tomorrow is the last day to check out a book in the school library. All library books are due on Friday, May 24. Are you a teen looking for a job? Mayor Gluba and local businesses are teaming up to provide a one-stop-source for teens to find employment and learn valuable job skills. On May 29...
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NewsWJHS Student is District Bee Champion!
Washington Jr. High 8th grader Stephanie Kerno was crowned Rock Island-Milan School District Spelling Bee champion at the district wide Spelling Bee on Thursday, Feb. 7. She will advance to the regional competition with four other students. Congratulations Stephanie! Read More →
LOFL News on February 12, 2013
Ellie Hoeper will be representing Washington’s Lights On For Learning Drama Team at an upcoming taping of a roundtable discussion on bullying. Ellie was chosen because of her leadership on the Drama Team’s anti-bullying efforts that went state-wide last year. The roundtable will be aired on public television on March 18 at 8 pm (tentatively). Our students and programs are doing wonderful things– I hope you’re as proud as I am! Sincerely, Read More →
WJHS Student Success Corner
Student Success Corner Congratulations to Zachary Mlekush who won the annual Martin Luther King essay writing contest and delivered his essay to a large crowd during festivities at the King Center. 7th Graders Courtney Lindsay and Ramsey Vesey competed during the first weekend in February at the Boxing Nationals in Kansas City. Both were featured last week in the Rock Island Argus. Good luck to Stephanie Kerno and Jacob Maranda who will represent Washington Jr. High School at the District Spelling Bee on Thursday, February 7th at the Center for Math and Science. The Bee is scheduled to begin at 1:30. On February 2nd Rock Island Schools were represented well at the MathCounts competition. WJHS and Churchill...
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