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  • Washington Elementary School
    Principal: Mrs. Diana Allen
    1608 E. Locust St.
     Davenport, IA 52803
    (563) 322-0905
     
  • News, Events, and Announcements

    Fifth Graders get down to “bizness” at JA’s Biztown!

    Washington’s fifth graders ended their week by participating in JA’s Biztown, an important element of their social studies curriculum.  Each student had a role in the town and operated different shops.  Congratulations to Mr. Shaw and Mrs. BasalaBizTown as they did an excellent job preparing the students for this important activity.  In addition, a BIG CONGRATULATIONS to all fifth graders.  The students did a great job representing our school and

    Washington PTA Merchant Market This Saturday (11/22)

    Washington Elementary PTA Presents

    Our Annual Merchant Market Vendor Fair!

    Saturday, November 22

    10:00 am to 2:00 pm

    Washington School

     

     

     

    We will have over 20+ vendors including some of your favorites like Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, Thirty-One, Lia Sophia, and so many more. Get your early shopping done for the holidays and help support your local vendors and Washington Elementary PTA!  We will also have donuts and

    Second Quarter Math Letter-All Grades

    The following documents contain the letters sent home at the beginning of the second quarter for math.  There are several helpful websites and resources in each of the letters that link you to Common Core standards being covered this quarter, and websites that may help you outside of the school day.

    Q2 Parent letter kindergarten (2)

    Parent letter Grade 1 qtr 2 (2)

    Q2 Parent Letter 2nd grade

    Q2 Parent

    Washington’s Variety Show–Thursday, November 13th at 6:00

    If you’re looking for the next contestant for American Idol or America’s Got Talent, you may be able to see the next big thing at Washington’s Variety Show.  On Thursday, November 13, you hear “Let It Go” and “Fancy” including a several dance acts and a trio of trumpeters who are definitely tooting their own horns.  Doors open at 6:00 and admission is FREE!  Come support our Washington students

    National Young Readers Week

    “Where in the World is Mrs. Allen?” is our theme as we investigate all the wonderful benefits of reading.  Students at Washington will be DEAR (drop everything and read)’ing it up all day.  Our principal, Mrs. Allen, is in disguise as she carefully sneaks around the building and reads in every classroom.  Stay tuned to our Twitter feed as we post pictures all day for our reading challenge!

    Movie Night!

    What: A showing of “The Lego Movie”

    When:  Friday, November 7; doors open at 6:00 and show starts at 6:30

    Where: Washington’s Auditorium

    ETC: This is a FREE event open to all Washington families.  Students must be accompanied by an adult.  Concessions will be sold at/during the show.

     

    Students Enjoy Major Savers Seller Perk: Limo ride and Happy Joe’s Pizza!

    On Monday, October 20, 14 students were picked up in high style outside of Washington Elementary.  These students were the biggest sellers in the school for Major Savers, and each earned a trip in a limo to Happy Joe’s!  Students walked the red carpet as they entered the car, and everyone loved the pizza buffet.  Congratulations students on all your selling successes!Major Savers

    Parent-Teacher Conferences This Week!

    Parent-Teacher conferences will be held on the following dates and times:

    Monday, October 20 from 3-7

    Wednesday, October 22 from 3-7

    Thursday, October 23 from 7:30 am to 11:30 am.

     

    If you haven’t already booked your child’s teacher, please call 322-0905 at your convenience.  Conferences are a great time to see what your child has been learning in the classroom and to meet your child’s teacher.  We look forward

    Washington’s Healthy Walk

    Healthy Walk PicturesWashington students and teachers were well on their way to getting their 10,000 steps in today with the Healthy Walk. Students enjoyed the great October weather and walking with their friends for thirty minutes today.

    Pete the Cat was rockin’ in his school shoes for Washington!

    photo (1)Pete the Cat visited Washington Elementary on September 12, and shared some of his favorite stories with students in grades K-3. Students have read many of Pete’s books, including “Four Groovy Buttons” and “School Shoes.”