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5/22/17

The School District of Washington’s WINGS Educational Foundation awarded 22 teacher grants this spring (May of 2017), totaling over $28,000.

Since 1993, a total of 998 teacher grants have been awarded by WINGS totaling $468,098.89. WINGS also has awarded two STEAM grants totaling $20,515.23.

The teachers receiving the grant, their school and their program are as follows:

*Nicole Obermark, Clearview Elementary, Building the Mind: One Book at a Time

*Jenny Meers, Four Rivers Career Center Teaching Careers, Plan and Teach Cadet Lesson

*Bridget Phelps, Clearview Elementary, Flexible Seating

*Stefanie Virgen, Washington Middle School, Washington Warriors: Building Our Community

*Nicole Machelett, Clearview Elementary, Fourth Grade Flexible

*Keli Schneider and Amy Crow, Clearview Elementary, STEM – It’s Not Just for Big Kids

*Danielle Allerdissen, Washington West Elementary, Guided Math

*Keshan Moore, Danielle Burke and Mike Brusca, Washington West Elementary, Dream Box Learning

*Miranda Straatmann, Marthasville Elementary, Get Hands On

*Ann Loesing, Washington High School, Creating and Transforming With Glowforge

*Maggie Butler, Marthasville, Augusta and Washington West, Keyboard Lab for Music

*Kerri Flynn, Washington High School, Digging Deeper, into Why We Do What We Do Through Memoir

*Kelly Stone, Labadie Elementary, Regal Reading and Writing Center

*Amanda Schweissguth, Math Coordinator, Number Sense and Fact Fluency for All

*Valerie Jankowski, Washington Middle School, Break Out the Learning With Breakout EDU

*Samantha Mitchem, Washington West Elementary, Makin’ Movies Happen

*Katie Burleson, Marthasville Elementary, Sensory/Social Emotional Survivor Kit

*Stephanie Kliethermes, Dannette Wood and Amy O’Hanlon, Early Learning Center, Ready for Reading

*Keith Thacker, Washington Middle School, Social Thinking
*Keith Thacker, Washington Middle School, Sensory Room

*Danielle Romanus, Washington West Elementary, STEAM Bins

*Karen Stafford, South Point Elementary, Our Cool Off Center

A photo of the WINGS teacher grant recipients is below.

Click on the attached link below for the WINGS Foundation web page.


WINGS Spring 2017 Teacher Grant Recipients

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5/15/17

Augusta Elementary fifth-grade students recently completed their flag project they created during their classroom guidance lessons.

For the project, students reflect on the kind of person they want to be and write a paragraph on a photocopy of an antique flag, which is mounted and framed.

Students at Marthasville Elementary have participated in this project as well, which is in its 14th year. Augusta Elementary has been honored with a Promising Practice award for this project, chosen by the National Character Education Partnership.

See the photo below of Augusta Elementary fifth-grade students with their flag projects.

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5/15/17

For students who have been issued a 1:1 device, those devices will be collected at the end of the school year.  

Seniors will turn in their devices to the HelpDesk once they have finished their last final. Seniors will turn in their devices, chargers, and bags.

Elementary students will turn in their devices to their classroom teachers during the last week of school. Elementary students will keep their bags and chargers. They will need to bring the same bag and charger with them when classes resume next year, or they cannot be issued a device.

Seventh- and ninth- through eleventh-graders will turn in their devices to the teachers of their last hour final exam. These students will also keep their bags and chargers and will need to bring them back during registration next year in order to be issued their device.

Devices will be cleaned and checked for damages over the summer. If repairs are necessary, a claim will be filed through One2OneRisk.com, and parents will be notified via email of associated fees for repairs.  

If you know your child has missing or damaged items, please have them report this to the HelpDesk, or their homeroom teacher as soon as possible so this can be addressed before the last day.

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5/12/17

Augusta Elementary School held its Breakfast of Champions on Thursday morning, May 11.

Awards were given out to students for good character, academics, physical education, music, art and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) during the 2016-17 school year.

The award-winning students and their families were treated to breakfast following the ceremony, which took place in the gymnasium.

The award winners for Augusta Elementary’s Breakfast of Champions were:

*Glory of Missouri Award for sixth-grade students – Emma Wheeler, Ciara Hailey, Bella Hartung, Anthony Dilly and Molly Bauer.

*Academic – Ava Auzat, John Hartung, Skylar Huff, Charlotte Tolle, Paige Walch and Jacob Pentz.

*Art – Ruthie Partridge, Elise Temme, Alyssa Repke and Katie Partridge.

*STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) – Chastin Trevino, Ellie Hopen and Victoria Johnson.

*Physical Education – Kolten Lause, Luke Young, Mason Carr and Ethan Hey.

*Music – Olivia Edsel, Grace Gargrave, Dylan Mackin and Kaner Young.

*Character – Kyra Flagg, Greg Mitchell, Rose Gerdiman, Savannah Stevens, Claire Beumer and Matthew Dilly.

The event annually is put together by Augusta Elementary counselor Cindy Speer, who is retiring following the end of the school year.

Photos of the Augusta Elementary Breakfast of Champions award winners are below.


Glory of Missouri Award for sixth-grade students – Emma Wheeler, Ciara Hailey, Bella Hartung, Anthony Dilly and Molly Bauer.


Academic – Ava Auzat, John Hartung, Skylar Huff, Charlotte Tolle, Paige Walch and Jacob Pentz.


Character – Kyra Flagg, Greg Mitchell, Rose Gerdiman, Savannah Stevens, Claire Beumer and Matthew Dilly.


Art – Ruthie Partridge, Elise Temme, Alyssa Repke and Katie Partridge.


Music – Olivia Edsel, Grace Gargrave, Dylan Mackin and Kaner Young.


Physical Education – Kolten Lause, Luke Young, Mason Carr and Ethan Hey.


STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) – Chastin Trevino, Ellie Hopen and Victoria Johnson.

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Student 1:1 Device Collection

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SOAR to New Heights: Summer School Enrollment

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Elementary -  June 19-30 and July 3-14.

 

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Staff Spotlight: On The Spot SDOW (April 2017)

On the Spot SDOW will highlight, at random, three employees a month from the School District of Washington from Certified Staff, Support Staff and Administration/Counseling. Click here for the April edition.

Elementary Student Handbook 2016-17

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