Congratulations to the May Washingtonville Middle School students of the month!
Round Hill students participated in Field Day and had some fun in the sun! During May, Ms. Donato's third-grade class learned about the circle of life.
Washingtonville High School held a National Letter of Intent Signing Day on Wednesday, May 31, to recognize the 20 student-athletes committed to playing a sport in college next year. Congratulations and best of luck!
Middle School Students spotted tossing eggs off of bleachers... in the name of SCIENCE!
Did you know you can tell what an owl ate for dinner by checking it's pellets? And what is an owl pellet, anyway?!
Taft runners take laced it up and took it to the streets for the Chester 5K on May 27!
Little Britain students had an eventful week. Students participated in the spring concert and experimented with Sphero Indi tiles.
The Washingtonville High School Odyssey of the Mind team competed against hundreds of teams in Worlds at Michigan State University and placed in the top 20.
Nominate an individual for the June WCSD Board of Education Making a Difference Award until June 15, 2023.
Congratulations to the Washingtonville High School class of 2023 top ten. Katherine Shcherbatsevich is the valedictorian and Jacqueline Brienza is the salutatorian.
On Thursday, May 25, Washingtonville High School had its annual Mock Accident simulation for the Junior class. The program simulates a motor vehicle accident that is caused by a drunk driver. Students from the Masque and Mime program portrayed the victims in the crash and the local emergency responders participated in the simulation as well.
The Taft P.E. Department is asking for water donations, one-gallon containers, for our field day event which is being held on Wednesday, June 7th. We will begin accepting donations on Tuesday, May 30th We ask that all donations be brought to the main office. Thank you for your support!
In one of the culminating activities in Jason Brown’s two Computer Science Essentials classes students were racing their self-driving robots down the hall during class to see if the robots did what they had coded them to do.
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The three Washingtonville elementary schools, Little Britain, Round Hill and Taft, hosted the second annual “Cereal War” on Tuesday, May 23, and Wednesday, May 24. Over 1,000 cereal boxes were collected.