Washington County Mission Statement
The mission of the Washington County Board of Education is “Excellence in Education” for all students. The district seeks to provide programs and learning venues to promote academic achievement, career technical opportunities and holistic growth for each student.
Virtual School SurveyWashington County Schools will open with limited to no COVID-19 restrictions for the 2021-2022 school year. We look forward to welcoming all of our students back to the campuses. We have many exciting plans for combating the learning losses that occurred because of the pandemic.We will continue to offer a virtual programming option (as we did prior to the pandemic) to any K-12 student that would like to participate in that method of instruction. It is limited only to those students who can be successful in a virtual setting. Parents should please complete the survey below if you wish for your children to participate in the virtual environment for the 2021-2022 school year. Students who are not successful will be required to return to the traditional setting. Please contact the Virtual Program Director at (251) 847-2401 ext. 107 for more information.
Emergency Connectivity Needs SurveyNOTICE TO THE PARENTS OF STUDENTS ATTENDINGWASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOLS ~ PLEASE HELP!We are in the process of filing for federal funding to help bridge the homework gap and address learning losses caused by the Pandemic. Please help us by completing the survey below. Your participation will ensure that you and your children get much needed home resources. Please contact our office at (251) 847-2401 if you need help completing the survey. Thank you in advance. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/B9BYVBC
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Student Achievement Data
In order to comply with the accountability law, we have to announce that all achievement data for Washington County Schools may be found at www.alsde.edu, under the Data Center, Assessment Reports.
Child Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
The Child Internet Protection Act of 2000 requires local school boards receiving federal funds to hold a public discussion of the network security features that protects students from inappropriate behaviors and websites. The Washington County Board of Education will have an open discussion of our protection features at the regular Board meeting Tuesday, February 27, 2018 beginning at 10:00 AM. The public is invited to participate in the discussion.