Washington County Public Schools

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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.

Announcements

  • COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

     Superintendent John Dickey and Washington County Schools hold the health and safety of students and all personnel in highest regard. Therefore, we are closely monitoring the federal and state guidance as it is issued on the potential threat posed from the COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The following preventative measures are effective immediately in all Washington County Schools:

    • All student field trips are suspended for a period of 30 days
    • All out-of-state school sponsored travel for both students and personnel is suspended until further notice.
    • Voluntary quarantines of no less than seven days are requested for any students or personnel that have potential exposure to COVID-19 due to recent travels out of the country.
    • Voluntary quarantines of no less than fourteen days are requested for any students or personnel that have known exposure to COVID-19.

    (All self-imposed quarantines shall be excused and will not count against the students for truancy or academics.)

    We continue to encourage everyone to practice appropriate personal hygiene. Additionally, please do not attend school until fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication.

    This is a fluid situation and will be updated as the need arises.

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  • Home Portal

     ~ Parents ~
    You can access the Home Portal by clicking on Chalkable under Quick Links.

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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.  

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  • 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.

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