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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

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    Snow is falling in the Learning Commons

    Our winter reading contest starts on Feb. 1st and will run through Feb. 29th. For every book that is read by or to a student, they can fill out a snowflake to add to our snow piles. Click here for extra snowflakes. The homeroom with the most snowflakes will win an ice cream sundae party and get to pick the color of Mrs. Walton’s hair on March 18th. The homeroom


    We Are WINners!

    by Oliver K.

    Our Win (what I need) time is running as smooth as butter! WIN time is a time where students leave the classroom to study things at their own personal level with other children like them. This gives them an opportunity to work their minds at their own pace.

    “I think it really helps. It gives them what they need (pun intended) and the extra help for the


    Feather Contest

    by Brody B.

    Our awesome librarian, Mrs. Walton, is holding the Turkey Feather contest again! For those of you who don’t know what that is, your child will fill out a feather for every book they read themselves or have read to them from Nov.2-Nov.30. Feathers include title, author, and class section number. The class with the most feathers out of the whole school will get a party for their

    BRRRRR…Winter is Coming!

    Parents and Guardians:  It’s that time of year to trade in light jackets and windbreakers for those sturdy and warm winter coats!  At Washington, we will still have outdoor recess so long as the windchill is no less than 15 degrees outside.  Please remember to bundle your little and big ones with a coat, hat, and gloves.  When there is snow on the ground, recess is blacktop only, but students

    Music program

    Music Program

    By Ayva P.

    On December 8th, 2015, there is a Music program at Washington Elementary. It will start at 6:00 pm in Washington’s Auditorium. 3rd-5th grade will be performing that night. All are welcome even if your child is not in 3rd, 4th, or 5th. The theme will be “Go West”. Washington hopes you can come to the music program.                


    Thanksgiving Break

    by Ayva P.

    On November 25th – November 27th Washington will be have their thanksgiving break. It will last through Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.  Students will return Monday, November 30, 2015. Have a very thankful break.

    Washington’s Skill Stars of the Week

    We have some pretty awesome students here at Washington who show excellent lifeskills, procedures, and social skills.  Every single student was nominated by a teacher who has seen the student demonstrate our Washington expectations!


    Skill Star 11-6

    Those pictured are: Chazzie B., Ava P., Tarique L. (Happy Birthday!!!), Ruby K., Aliyah R., and Sophia B..


    Thank You for Serving Our Country, Veterans!

    by Oliver K.

    Take the Pledge of Allegiance to heart on Veterans Day, coming up on Wednesday, November 11. We will (teachers included) all be taking the day off of school to honor our brave military veterans who have gallantly served in our military to protect us all. Hopefully it will be a great day for the annual Veterans Day parade in downtown Davenport! A big salute to all you


    Early Out!

    by Oliver K.

    Be ready for the 2 hour early dismissal on Friday, October 23 at 12:25! We will be getting out of school 2 hours early in celebration of the end of 1st quarter. Time flies when you’re having fun!

    Book Fair

    The Book Fair

    by Ayva P.

    Washington elementary is going to be having a book fair the week of October 26th-October 29th.  There are all kinds of books and all kinds of categories too.  In the book fair there are over 2,500 books on shelves and in boxes. You don’t have to get just books you can buy toys and posters.  When you walk in you can see that the theme will be