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The School District of Washington is rich in tradition and we are proud of our accomplishments. Continuous improvement remains our focus and desire each and every day. We commit to the growth of student learning, behavior, citizenship, participation and service. Our high expectations of students are a reflection of how much we value them. Email comments and suggestions about the website to [email protected]


Elementary Questions for 2022-23 School Year
Heike Sehrt, Administrative Assistant at the Early Learning Center, will be fielding incoming phone calls and registration/enrollment requests for all of the elementary buildings for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year over the summer during the dates of Tuesday, June 7, through Thursday, August 4. She will be available to assist parents/guardians with any questions or concerns on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The number to call is 636-231-2850.


Kephart Communications
School District of Washington Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Kephart gives updates on happenings around the District and visits with students and staff. Click here for additional Kephart Communications videos.





Recent News

Grant Young
Grant Young Named Head Coach of Washington High School Softball Program
06/30/2022
Grant Young has been named Washington High School’s new varsity softball coach. The hire was approved by the Board of Education on Wednesday, June 29.
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Workforce Connections
School District of Washington Workforce Connections Team Visits Trilogy, Mercy
06/23/2022
The School District of Washington’s Workforce Connections team took part in industry tours with local business partners on Wednesday, June 22.
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South Point Grant for Tables, Benches
South Point Elementary Receives Grant for Playground Tables and Benches; Students Learn Advantages of Recycling
06/23/2022
South Point Elementary staff member Michelle Bobo contacted the East Central Solid Waste Management District-Region I, and shared plans to submit an application seeking funds through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources Scrap Tire Material Grants. Funding was requested for the purchase of four six-foot park benches and two eight-foot picnic tables. The tables and benches would be made of reground polymer and crumb rubber, using more than 40 percent scrap tires generated in Missouri.
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