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  • Washington Elementary School
    Principal: Mrs. Diana Allen
    1608 E. Locust St.
    Davenport, IA 52803
    (563) 723-6150
     
  • News, Events, and Announcements

    Creative Arts Academy Students

    Congratulations to our 5th Grade students who are attending the Creative Arts Academy next year!  We’re so proud of your gifts and amazing talents that you will now be able to share with the community!  

     

    Pictured are: Torrance H., Tatianna M., Ava P., Morgan M., and Nat A

    Valentines Dance this Friday (Feb. 10) from 6-7:15

    Where: Washington Elementary Gym

    When: Friday, February 10th, 6-7:15 PM 

    Who: Washington students and their families/Washington Staff and their families

    How Much: $2 per family (concessions and pictures sold separately)

    Come enjoy some great dance music and celebrate the upcoming holiday in a safe and fun atmosphere!  All children must be accompanied by an adult or a guardian.  

    Washington Watch D.O.G.S.

    WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) is an innovative father involvement, educational initiative of the National Center for Fathering. According to fathers.com, Watch D.O.G.’S goals are to provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important. Washington Elementary is searching for GREAT D.O.G.S. for our GREAT students! If you are a dad, grandfather, uncle or just a great

    Winter Facts

    By: Landon D.

    Winter is one of the four seasons that begins on the Winter Solstice and ends on the Vernal Equinox. Winter has the least amount of days, and lowest temperature. Wind chills can cause problems in the winter. Wind chill is the combination of wind and temperatures, and is based on the rate of heat loss due to exposed skin. When it is winter in the southern hemisphere

    Mr. Mendoza

    by MaKenzie J.

    Michael Mendoza is a Para and came to Washington because he wanted the ability to teach children. In his family he has 1 older brother. Michael is a graphic designer, his mom is a caretaker and his dad works in a warehouse. His hobbies are running races,riding his bike,going to the gym, drawing, and also playing video games.

    Breakfast with A Purpose

    On Thursday, January 26th, Washington’s Support Team (Mrs.Allen,Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Child, Mrs. Campbell, and Mrs. Rannfeldt) celebrated with families with the first “Breakfast with A Purpose.”  Our goal is to help and support families with their attendance at school.  Parents AND their children enjoyed breakfast pizza, coffee, and juice as  they listened to the Support Team discuss facts about attendance and how it can impact their child’s education.  Parents also

    Polar Express/PJ Party This Wednesday (12/21)

    In recognition of the day before Winter Break (Wednesday, December 21st), Washington students will be watching the movie “The Polar Express”.

    Wednesday is also Pajama Day at Washington!   Students may wear warm PJ’s to school.  

    Orchestra

    By: Ava P

    Ms. Booe is the instructor for orchestra she has classes every Friday. The school’s orchestra has violin, cello, and viola. It’s a great activity for 4th and 5th grade students learn to play an instrument.

    The orchestra group performs concerts at Central high school and our school. They have parties after each concert. Its great to participate in this extracurricular activity with your friends.

    Washington Intramurals

    By Nathaniel A.

    Washington Elementary has intramurals for 4th & 5th grade boys and girls after school. Once a week, girls on Thursday and boys on Monday, kids go to the gym for intramurals after school. In the first quarter, kids play flag football during intramurals. In the second quarter volleyball, third quarter basketball, and last but not least, track! Every once in awhile, Washington students play another school’s intramurals

    New Staff And Teachers

    By Abigail .D

    A new school year has started so that means new staff and teachers.  I would like to welcome Ms. Katie Holmlund/ Para Professional, Ms. Mychele Mack/ Exceptional Education, Ms. Ashley McNall/ AEA Support Person, Ms. Mechelle Kyles/ Pare Professional, Ms. Nicole Ruby/ Para Professional, Ms. Dania Bebber/ Life Skills Teacher, and Ms. Connie Droessler-Vens/ Life Skills Teacher.

    That is some of Washington’s new staff and teachers.