Summer School 2020-2021

2020-2021 Summer School IF YOUR CHILD IS ATTENDING SUMMER SCHOOL PLEASE CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT THIS FORM BY MAY 6TH, 2021 Students in High School (9th-12th grade) Credit recovery through the use of Edgenuity and instructional assistance from high school teachers Individual plans for students to make-up 4th quarter/2nd semester failing grades with instructional support from teachers Washington Summer School has been moved to Schlagle High School students will be in session M-Th from 7:30-12:00  from June 7th-July 1st Breakfast and Lunch will be served daily. Please contact Washington High School for more information. GOOD LUCK to all our…
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Community Resources

What Community Resources are Available in March for our Wildcat Families? There are numerous resources available for families in our area and we would like to share them with you. First we have Wyandotte County CARES! Kansas State CARES Funds has helped many Wyandotte County agencies provide aid to our community members affected by COVID-19. We hope you can benefit from the many resources made available to you and your family in a time of need. They have resources related to food, physical and mental health, housing, and clothing. Check out their CARES flyer for more information by clicking here.…
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2020-2021 Course Requests

Dear Washington students and families, Each spring, our students and families make course requests for the next school year based on educational goals and dreams. KCKPS administration and the Curriculum and Instruction Department carefully reviewed course offerings for our school year’s remote learning start. We want to ensure that the classes we offer are meaningful, and supplies can be arranged, setting you up for a successful school year. You may see slightly different classes on your schedule than what you requested in the spring. Counselors worked to substitute the closest available course when we needed to make a change. At…
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COVID-19 Information To Washington families, students, and community members: This is a difficult time for all. Teachers are missing their students and working hard to ensure learning continues online despite the global pandemic. Students and families are worried about getting sick, paying their bills, not being able to see friends and loved ones, and finishing the school year. Things are changing every day, but we want you to know where to go for information or assistance during this time. The district is updating their main website daily with information about the impact of the closing of our school buildings and…
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