Annual "Shop Wars" at WCCTEC taking place today. Team building at its best! Lunch for students today provided by @Food City.
7 months ago, WCPS Central Office
shop wars
shop wars
shop wars
shop wars
shop wars
shop wars
WCCTEC Welding students toured Fairview Homestead in Abingdon Va.
7 months ago, Mary Walker
Fairview Homestead
Fairview Homestead
Fairview Homestead
Fairview
Mr. George Cheynet from the University of Northwestern Ohio shares the many opportunities available at UNOH with students at the WCCTEC.
7 months ago, Valerie Cox
Students listen to a speaker in an auditorium.
This is just a reminder that schools will be closed on Monday in honor of Labor Day.
8 months ago, WCPS Central Office
School closed
Mark your calendars. This is a free event for the community. Come on out and show your support.
8 months ago, WCPS Central Office
First Responders Poster
WCCTEC Culinary Arts Students working in the Herbed Garden sponsored by Morgan Bradley and Jennifer Roop at Appalachian sustainable development.
8 months ago, Mary Walker
herbs
herbs
herbs
We would like to thank the entire Washington County community and supporting business for school supply donations. Please click https://www.wcs.k12.va.us/article/1225181 for more details!
8 months ago, Washington County Public Schools
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We would like to thank the entire Washington County community and supporting business for school supply donations. Please click here for more details!
8 months ago, Washington County Public Schools
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WCCTEC Students learned about all of the great opportunities available at Lincoln Tech today.
8 months ago, Mary Walker
Lincoln Tech
WCCTEC Carpentry Students are working on a community donation project. Stay tuned for the finished product! Good work WCCTEC Students!
8 months ago, Mary Walker
WCCTEC Carpentry Students are working on a community service donation project. Stay tuned for the finished product. Good job students!
Sgt. Matthew Riley from the Virginia Army National Guard visits the Washington County Career & Technical Education Center to answer questions students may have about their future in the National Guard. Sgt. Riley is a former WCCTEC student!
8 months ago, Valerie Cox
A National Guard sergeant stands with four students.
Washington County Public Schools' School Nutrition Department is now serving Whiteside's Fresh Local Sweet Corn. #Farm to School #WashingtonWay @WashCoSuper
8 months ago, WCPS Central Office
Sweet Corn
All parents of school-aged children and youth with disabilities who receive special education services in Virginia are requested to complete the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) annual Parent Involvement Survey.
8 months ago, WCPS Central Office
SPED Survey link
See this week's The Washington Way Newsletter https://5il.co/230vy #WashingtonWay @WashCoSuper
8 months ago, WCPS Central Office
Washington Way
WCPS is pleased to share that we are offering a new resource to support mental health and wellness. This is a free resource to help provide support for all staff, parents/guardians, students, and families in our district. For complete details, click here: https://www.wcs.k12.va.us/article/1207845
8 months ago, WCPS Central Office
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Highlands Ballet Company invites WCPS students to "Get a Jump on Fall" See flyer for more details and contact information
8 months ago, WCPS Central Office
Highlands ballet
Teen Consignment Sale coming up soon.
8 months ago, WCPS Central Office
Teen Cycle
The Washington County Fair will once again sponsor the Miss and Junior Miss Washington County Pageants (Sept. 11) and the Little Miss Washington County Pageant (Sept. 9). See flyer for more details. Applications can be found here: https://acrobat.adobe.com/link/review?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:bd3cddfe-df0b-3612-9a71-f9eb21d7aad7
8 months ago, WCPS Central Office
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Washington County Moose Lodge is Accepting clothing donations through August 17th. Dates for Free Shopping will be Aug. 19, 2-6 pm and Aug. 20, 2-6 pm.
8 months ago, WCPS Central Office
Clothing Drive
On behalf of High Point Elementary School I would like to thank the Washington County Sheriff's Office and the Virginia State Police for their assistance with the situation that led to High Point going on a soft lockdown for most of the school day today. They provided guidance and extra personnel to ensure our students and staff were safe. We greatly appreciate their expertise, professionalism, and collaboration. I would also like to thank the Administration at High Point Elementary for making decisions that erred on the side of student/staff safety and for communicating the status of the situation multiple times throughout the day to our parents. We will brief the situation with administration and law enforcement tomorrow to ensure that we continue best practices and improve in the areas that need adjustments. One of the early take aways is that we can communicate more efficiently by encouraging parents and stakeholders sign up for the Washington County App. Please visit this site (https://www.wcs.k12.va.us/article/1203297) for more information about this app and a link to download it. Again, thanks to everyone who helped keep our kids and staff safe, nothing we do is more important. If you have suggestions on how we can make our schools safer, please don't hesitate to share your ideas with us.
8 months ago, WCPS Central Office
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