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    • WCSD Featured in Multi-State Radio Message

      Author Steve Dunham

      WCSD Featured in Multi-State Radio Message

      Washington County School District was recently featured on the Zions Bank “Speaking on Business” news segment. The 90 second informational piece, played on dozens of radio stations throughout Utah, Idaho, Nevada and Arizona highlighted the many successes the District has seen as we prepare to start our 101st year. Have a listen to the short piece at the following link: https://www.zionsbank.com/business/speaking-on-business/#/info/277676198

    • Use our Easy Sign Up to receive text messages via 'School Messenger'

      Author Webmaster

      Use our Easy Sign Up to receive text messages via 'School Messenger'

      To improve communication with parents, guardians and students, Washington County School District Technology expanded its ability to deliver phone, email and SMS text messages using SchoolMessenger. SchoolMessenger will be used to communicate in emergency situations as well as inform parents of day to day progress and school events.

      We invite you to fully participate in the process by opting in to SMS Text messaging and keeping contact information in PowerSchool up to date. Just complete two simple steps:

      1. Opt in to SMS Messaging by sending the word Yes, via text message, to the number 68453. SchoolMessenger will only send text messages to cell phone numbers whose recipients have agreed to receive them.
      2. Make sure you contact information is up to date by logging in to your PowerSchool Account and accessing the Demographics Change Page.

      For help click on this link.

    • Tall Cop Says Stop - October 17

      Author Webmaster

      Tall Cop Says Stop - October 17

      This workshop is for educators, prevention providers, coalition members, law enforcement, probation officers, school administration, treatment, counselors, and parents. This session is unique, in that it provides over 120 visual aids for attendees to hold and become familiar with. In today's culture everything is person-specific and has different meanings to different individuals. For each person to help prevent youth and adult substance abuse, you MUST know what is going on in your community. These new trends are very popular and it is important for all who are involved in prevention, education, treatment or enforcement to understand these sweeping changes in the drug culture.

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    • Kindergarteners Growing More than Their Futures

      Author Steve Dunham

      Kindergarteners Growing More than Their Futures

      While most farmers are preparing for harvest season, these kindergarten students at Crimson View Elementary are just planting their carrot crops. They are getting ready for their Thanksgiving feast, featuring crops grown by the students in their school. As part of the STEM initiative at Crimson View, the students have a greenhouse featuring opportunities for every grade to grow both traditional and hydroponic plants. They even have live fish helping to fertilize the water along with geothermal and solar energy to maintain the necessary environment for the sprouts. Check out a photo gallery on our Facebook page.

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