WHS - Daily Announcements
Parking Information: Washington High School Parking applications are now available online or on the stand outside the front door of the school. Passes are $50. Applications can be turned in starting Monday, July 28 from 10 am - 2 pm. Spaces are assigned as application, required documentation, and payment are received, as well as all debts to Jefferson County Schools satisfied. You cannot request a specific space or lot. WHS Parking Application 2014-15
|NEW August 21: Washington High School will hold its annual Meet the Teacher Night for parents on Thursday, August 21, beginning at 6 pm in the school auditorium. Parents should plan to enter through the event doors which are across from the stadium entrance. After a short program in the auditorium, parents will follow their child’s schedule and hear a brief overview of the course work and grading policy from each teacher. There will be guides available to help direct parents, so students do not need to attend with their parents. Meet The Teacher Handout|
Attention Parents, Students, and Staff: Help keep your children's skills sharp! A new link has been posted under Quick Links on the left sidebar of the WHS site. The Smarter Balanced Practice Test allows teachers, students, parents, and other interested parties to experience a full grade-level assessment and gain insight into how Smarter Balanced will assess students’ mastery of West Virginia’s Next Generation Content Standards and Objectives. The practice tests mirror the year-end assessment. Each grade level assessment includes a variety of question types and difficulty (approximately 30 items each in ELA and math) as well as an ELA and math performance task at each grade level (3-8 and 11). See the link for more details!
Attention High School Athletes Interested in Participating in NCAA Sports: New rules will be implemented by the NCAA for student-athletes planning to participate in Division I or Division II athletics at the college level. The NCAA determines a college student-athlete's eligibility. It is the student's and the parent's/guardian's responsibility to check with the National College Athletic Association (NCAA) and their post-secondary institution before completing or adjusting the student's schedule. The NCAA currently only accepts college preparatory classes and above. If a student-athlete wishes to participate in collegiate sports, the student and parent are advised to meet with the school counselor. Review the link posted below for the information: New NCAA Core Course GPA eligibility requirements
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