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Melissa Golder’s fourth-grade class at Labadie Elementary created a fundraiser called, “Cookies for a Cause,” which runs from April 23-27.

Students are running the entire fundraising campaign, from concept to donation deliver, and set a goal of raising $500.

The proceeds are going toward the Jordan Scheer Children’s Relay for Life, which takes place Friday, April 27, and benefits the American Cancer Society and cancer awareness.

The project blends with the class’ economics unit. The students have positions such as CEO, CFO, logistics, marketing, creative, head baker and quality control.

The cookie dough was purchased by the parents and donated to the students for their fundraiser. The Chocolate Chunk Cookies are baked by Golder and the Labadie Elementary kitchen staff.

The marketing department, made up of the students, reached out to staff and students throughout the district, as well as Labadie Elementary parents.

Prices for the generously sized cookies are $1 for one cookie, $5 for six and $10 for 12.

The response has been over the top as the students have blown past the $500 goal.

As of Monday afternoon, April 23, a total of $818 (and counting) had been raised. The cookies will be delivered Thursday, April 26.

See the photos below of Melissa Golder’s fourth-grade class at Labadie Elementary, also known as “Cookie Headquarters,” working on the fundraising project.


The School District of Washington’s art show took place Sunday, April 22, in the Little Blue Jay Gymnasium at Washington High School.

A large collection of art work was on display from students throughout the district in Kindergarten through 12th grade.

Photos from the art show are below.


Labadie Elementary held its D.A.R.E. Graduation ceremony on Friday morning, April 20.

Students in Erin Simon’s fifth-grade class completed the drug awareness program and were recognized for their accomplishments.

D.A.R.E. is a comprehensive educational program that addresses drugs, violence, bullying, internet safety and other high risk circumstances.

The essay winners were Alec Pecka (first place), Will Schenk (second place) and Ella Martin (third place). See the picture below.

Labadie Elementary D.A.R.E. Essay Contest winners, from left, were Will Schenk (second place), Alec Pecka (first place) and Ella Martin (third place).


Washington High School sophomores Tristan Zeh and Elise Thierbach have been accepted into the Missouri Scholars Academy. The Academy is a highly selective program for rising juniors who fall into the gifted category.  

Zeh and Thierbach will spend three weeks at the University of Missouri this summer taking enrichment classes with other gifted students from around the state.

Now in its 33rd year, the Missouri Scholars Academy is a three-week academic residential program for 330 of Missouri’s gifted students who are ready to begin their junior year in high school.

The Academy is held each June on the campus of the University of Missouri, and administered by the University of Missouri Honors College.

The Academy reflects Missouri’s desire to strive for excellence in education at all levels. The program is based on the premise that Missouri’s gifted youth must be provided with special opportunities for learning and personal development in order for them to realize their full potential.

With a carefully selected faculty and staff, a specially designed curriculum that focuses on the liberal arts, and a variety of stimulating extracurricular activities, the academy enables students to be part of a unique learning community.

The Academy provides a model that all schools can use in building or expanding their own programs for gifted students. Educators who have served as faculty members have used this experience to benefit students in their local schools.

Click on the attached link below for more information on the Missouri Scholars Academy.

Tristan Zeh

Elise Thierbach


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Today: 4/24/18

SOAR! Summer Learning Experience

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SDOW and WINGS Teacher of the Year Nominations Being Accepted

Nominations are being accepted for the School District of Washington and WINGS Teacher of the Year award.

Anyone may submit a nomination, which are due to the teacher's building principal by April 25. Click here for more details and a nomination form.

SDOW and WINGS Support Staff Nominations Being Accepted

Nominations are being accepted for the School District of Washington and WINGS Support Staff of the Year award.

Anyone may submit a nomination, which are due to the individual's building principal or supervisor May 9. Click here for more details and a nomination form.

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