Washington Elementary School would like to thank the Class of 2016 who made their way back to Washington Elementary School one last time to remind our students of their ultimate goal and inspire them to aim higher. Congratulations graduates...Washington Elementary wishes you all the very best!
On March 15th, the music directors from each school in the Robinson CUSD #2 school district had a student group perform at the annual Music in our Schools Concert. Music clearly plays a significant role in so many of our students lives. Thanks to all our music instructors and students for making this such a successful event.
Students had a chance to celebrate Dr. Seuss Week at Washington Elementary School. Each day had a different theme. Day one was "Fox in Sox" day. Day two was a visit from author Aaron Reynolds. Day three was Pet Day. That day students could bring in a beloved stuffed animal. The final day of Dr. Seuss Week was "Green Eggs and Ham" Day. Pictured here is Superintendent of Schools Mr. Josh Quick reading to our students the book Green Eggs and Ham. Students finished off the celebration by singing Happy Birthday to Dr. Seuss.
Members of the Marathon Diveristy Team recently came to read the book I'm Like You and You're Like Me to first grade students at Washington Elementary. Washington wishes to say thanks to Marathon for the continued support of our students for such an important cause.