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Augusta Elementary School held its Breakfast of Champions on Tuesday morning, May 15.

Awards were given out to students for good character, academics, physical education, music, art and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) during the 2017-18 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:

Academic Achievement Award: Kasen Brunzel (K), Ryker Young (1), Jackson Wallace (2), Skylar Huff (3), Grace Gargrave (4) and Alina Hayden (5).

Character/Citizenship Award: Sarah Partridge (K), Gracie Satory (1), Ella Dunn (2), Olivia Edsel (3), Della Lorch (4), Paige Walch (5). PE - Savanah Coke (5). Art- Darren Hayden (6), Music - Josie Keiser (4), STEM - Ethan Hey (6).

Missouri Glory Awards (6th Graders) - Zachary Gargrave, Matthew Dilly, Victoria Johnson, Katie Grace Partridge, Ella Lause, Jack Gerdiman, Jacob Pentz, Ava Griffey, Ethan Hey, Gabriella Hedrick, Kaner Young, Brynne Pearcy, Landon Boston and Heidi Reinhardt.

Missouri Glory Award Recipients

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Augusta Elementary held its Kindergarten and Sixth-Grade Program on Thursday evening, May 10.

The kindergarten students, under the direction of Augusta music teacher Maggie Butler, took part in a musical presentation entitled, “Pete the Cat: Rocking in My School Shoes.”

Following the musical presentation, students received certificates for completing kindergarten.

Augusta Elementary Principal Mary Robertson and kindergarten teacher Amy Brinkmann presented the certificates.

Sixth-grade students gave a presentation from research they gathered from their PBL project involving the history of Augusta. The students in Lisa Nadler’s class researched the topic at the Augusta History Museum and continued the work into their own classroom.

A large crowd of family members and staff watched the program in the Augusta Elementary gymnasium.

Photos from the Augusta Elementary Kindergarten and Sixth Grade Program are below.


Nice weather meant a large turnout for the WINGS Educational Foundation Picnic in the Park on Friday, May 4, at the Washington Fairgrounds.

The event featured a BBQ dinner and plenty of family fun. There were bounce houses, a balloon-bending clown, face painting, hula-hoops, and other games and activities.  

Several of the School District of Washington’s musical ensembles performed, including the Washington High School and Middle School vocal and band groups.

The menu featured pulled-pork sandwiches, pork steaks, nachos, and hot dogs and pork burgers for children.

The WINGS Educational Foundation hosts the picnic and other events to raise money for our schools.

Earlier in the day, WINGS volunteers delivered BBQ lunches to local businesses as part of the fundraiser.

Photos from the WINGS Picnic in the Park are below.


The School District of Washington’s annual elementary track and field day took place on Friday, May 4.

Fifth- and sixth-grade students in the school district competed in the event at Washington High School’s Scanlan Stadium.

Among the events were softball throw, football throw, frisbee throw, shot put, home run derby, three-legged race, cross country, 50-meter dash, 200-meter run, four-person relay race, long jump, high jump and tug-of-war.

The event was run by the elementary physical education teachers in the district.

Photos from the elementary track and field day are below.


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Elementary Student Handbook 2017-18

The elementary parent/student handbook for the 2017-18 school year is available. The front page must be signed and returned to the school office by the start of the school year. Click here to view the handbook.

SDOW Enrollment, Registration Forms

Enrollment and registration forms for the 2017-18 school year are available. New students and returning students to the School District of Washington will need to complete the forms. Click here for the enrollment/registration page.

Nurses Newsletter, Medication Guidelines

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Augusta Elementary 2017-18 Welcome Letter

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