New Appointments - Principals

Brad Christensen and Terri Howell and family

Brad Christensen and Terri Howell and family

Bob Sonju, principal of Washington Fields Intermediate has announced his retirement. On Wednesday, July 20, the Board of Education approved the transfer of Brad Christensen from Hurricane Intermediate to Washington Fields Intermediate. Brad has more than 30 years of educational experience, including nine years as assistant principal where he was recognized as the Assistant Principal of the Year for the State of Utah and 16 years as principal of Hurricane Intermediate. Brad is excited to join the amazing faculty at Washington Fields Intermediate School.

In addition, the Board approved the selection of Terri Howell as the new principal of Hurricane Intermediate School. Her professional occupation spans more than two decades educating children. Terri started her career at Dixie High, teaching US History. She went on to earn her media endorsement and later received her Master in Education Administration. She worked as a teacher on special assignment and was then promoted to the position of Athletic Director and Assistant Principal both at Desert Hills High School. Terri is thrilled to be a part of Hurricane Intermediate and is excited for this new adventure.

These changes will take effect immediately, as Bob will continue with the District as a principal leader and mentor until he retires fully in October. Please join us in congratulating Bob, Brad and Terri in their new roles with the District.

New Appointments - Principals

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Washington County School District is pleased to announce two administrative changes stemming from the hiring of Travis Wilstead as the new Dual Immersion Coordinator. The Board of Education approved the transfer of Principal Melissa Lane from Bloomington Elementary to be principal of Majestic Fields Elementary replacing Travis Wilstead. Melissa has worked in the District for 28 years, the past seven as principal of Bloomington Elementary.

In addition, the Board approved the appointment of Susan Moore as the new principal of Bloomington Elementary. Susan just finished her 30th year in education, most of that spent right here in WCSD. She was a classroom teacher for 25 years teaching grades 5, 2, 1, K, and Reading Interventionist. Her leadership positions have included Learning Coach at Sunset Elementary, Title One 2nd-Grade Level Specialist, and USOE and WCSD LETRS Facilitator.

We are very excited about these new opportunities for our administrators and their students and hope you will join us in congratulating Melissa and Susan!

New Appointment - Dual Immersion Coordinator

Travis Wilstead

Travis Wilstead

We are excited to announce the appointment of Travis Wilstead as the new Dual Immersion Coordinator for the replace Marybeth Fuller who has announced her retirement after 15 years of service to the children of Washington County. Marybeth has been integral in establishing WCSD as the standard for dual immersion programs for children throughout Utah, and she helped to forge lasting relationships with Chinese and Spanish governments, which has benefited our District for many years. Marybeth’s last day will be in September.

Travis will begin in July and work with Marybeth until she leaves in September. Travis is coming over from Majestic Fields Elementary where he has been serving as the principal for the past five years. Like Marybeth, Travis has been transformative to the schools in our district. He has been a principal since 2008 and has helped his school's excel in STEM and the state’s own grading system.

Please join us in congratulating Travis for his appointment to this position and in wishing Marybeth much success in her future endeavors.

Surplus Sale - June 10

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WCSD Summer Surplus Sale

Date: Friday, June 10, 2022

Time: 8:00am - 12:00 Noon

Place: WCSD Warehouse on 811 E. Brigham Road

We accept cash and credit cards, you haul it away!

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May 11 - School Nurse Day

National School Nurse Day
May 11th is National School Nurse Day. School Nurses have a critical role in ensuring that schools effectively address issues related to the health and well-being of the entire school population, and especially our most vulnerable students.
Thank you to our wonderful team of School Nurses!
Amanda Lewis, Shauna Zundel, Joyce Duncan, Julee Evans, Whitney Bailey, Lacy Card, Becky Stott, Ali Andrus (moved), Lisa Simon, Kim Simon. 
Not pictured: Kathryn Baughman and Jill Hansen. 
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