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The Four Rivers Career Center handed out its Fall 2017 Director’s Award, given to students twice per school year at the end of each semester.

Students from each program at FRCC, one morning student and one afternoon student, are recognized during the Director’s Award luncheon.

The students are selected by instructors from each program. They are given a certificate of appreciation with comments from their respective instructor written on the back of the certificate on why they were chosen.

The honorees enjoy a group lunch with FRCC Director Andy Robinson and Career Services Coordinator Stephanie Juengling, where they share with each other what projects they are working on and how the school year has gone in their respective programs.

Recipients from the fall semester of the 2017-18 school year are:

Morning: Bryce Downey (Information Technology), Stormy Darby (Building Trades), Mikayla Reed (Teaching Careers), Abby Wilson (Building Trades), Deane Singleton-McDade (Collision Repair), Chris Nowak (Automotive Technology), Ben Meyer (Machine Tool), Lily Seago (Welding), Austin Ouellette (Information Technology), Alexis Musket (Automotive Technology), Kailey Robinson (CAPS Business), Lydia Juengling (Graphic Communications), Calista LeBrell (Health Occupations) and Austin Huddleston (Project Lead the Way).

Afternoon: Robert Johnson (Welding), Carlee Maune (Teaching Careers), Eli Davolt (Welding), Allen Shepard (Automotive Technology), Tyler Patton (Building Trades), Alex Curtis (Automotive Technology), Marcus Berariu (Collision Repair), Nathan Neely (Graphic Communications), Dominic Dolce (Health Occupations) and Jack Tyree (Machine Tool).

Director's Award Morning Recipients

Pictured are Four Rivers Career Center Director’s Award recipients for the morning session. Front row, from left, are Bryce Downey, Stormy Darby, Mikayla Reed and Abby Wilson. Back row, from left, are Deane Singleton-McDade, Chris Nowak, Ben Meyer, Lily Seago, Austin Ouellette and FRCC Director Andy Robinson. Not pictured are Alexis Musket, Kailey Robinson, Lydia Juengling, Calista LeBrell and Austin Huddleston.

Director's Award Afternoon Recipients

Pictured are Four Rivers Career Center Director’s Award recipients for the afternoon session. Front row, from left, are Robert Johnson and Carlee Maune. Back row, from left, are Eli Davolt, Allen Shepard, Tyler Patton, Alex Curtis and FRCC Director Andy Robinson. Not pictured are Marcus Berariu, Nathan Neely, Dominic Dolce and Jack Tyree.


In the Aug. 2, 2016 election, voters passed a $15 million zero tax-rate increase bond issue proposed by the School District of Washington.

The majority of the issue was about moving and refinancing existing lease debt into bond debt. Voter approval meant revenue that was servicing the $13.66 million lease ($1.5 million in annual payments paid from the Capital Projects fund) could be shifted to the general fund for operations. Of the $15 million proposed in the bond issue, $13.66 million of it was not new debt at all, but simply moving of payments from one fund to another.

Then, additionally, the balance of the bond issue (approximately $1.34 million) would be used to finance roof replacements, safety and security upgrades, along with some minor classroom renovation. Simple, basic, and responsible.

“We sincerely appreciate the community’s support of the district,” said School District of Washington Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer.

With the election a little over a year ago, the School District of Washington already has delivered on many of those improvement projects.

Prioritized Captial Needs

Completed – Replace roof sections at Labadie Elementary.

Completed – Restore metal roof at Washington Middle School.

Completed – Outside building repairs (tuck point, caulk, water proof paint) at Augusta Elementary.

Completed – Restore roof section at Augusta Elementary.

Completed – Roof construction above boiler room at Washington West Elementary.

Completed- Replace rear doors and 11 original windows at Washington Middle School.

Completed – HVAC replacement and replaced air conditioning unit in the gymnasium at Washington Middle School.

Completed – Door replacement on the north side of the building, tuck point and seal coat at Marthasville Elementary.

Completed – Masonry repair, spot tuck point and chimney repair at the District Office on Locust Street.

Completed – Masonry tuck point and seal coating to the building and clean and seal concrete walls at Four Rivers Career Center.

Pending (scheduled for completion) – Lagoon renovations by 2021 at Campbellton Elementary.

Safety and Security

Access controls have been installed on approximately 50 doors throughout the School District of Washington.

A total of 79 security cameras have been upgraded throughout the School District of Washington, including the installation of 18 new cameras.

Academic Space Improvements

With East Central College vacating building space at Four Rivers Career Center, a new space, known as the Confluence room, was created to accommodate the Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) program.

The Confluence is a workspace assigned for students to fast forward into their future and fully immerse in a professional culture, solve real world problems and use industry standard tools.

Debt Restructuring

Also completed as promised is the converting of lease payments to the debt service fund by means of general obligation bonds to secure operational funding to maintain education services.

See the photos below of some of the completed projects within the School District of Washington as a result of voters passing the zero tax-rate bond issue in August of 2016.

Access Controls Added Throughout District

Security Cameras Upgraded, New Ones Installed

Middle School Metal Roof Restored

HVAC Replacement at Middle School

New Confluence Room at Four Rivers Career Center


With Veterans Day on Saturday, Nov. 11,  buildings in the School District of Washington have scheduled Veterans Day programs Nov. 9, 10 and 13.

Washington High School

Washington High School’s annual Veterans Day Assembly will be Friday, Nov. 10, at 8:30 a.m. in the Blue Jay Gymnasium.

The featured speaker will be Washington High School's Naval Science instructor, Master Sergeant Tim Gates.

There will be a reception for all Veterans beginning at 7:30 a.m. in the band room (Northington Lobby Entrance). Breakfast will be served.

Veterans should RSVP to Mary Rehmeier at 636-231-2200 or mary.rehmeier@washington.k12.mo.us. Please include your branch of service.

Washington Middle School

Washington Middle School will host its Veterans Day Assembly on Monday, Nov. 13.
The program will begin at 9 a.m. and last approximately 45 minutes. The program will honor all Veterans who have served or are currently serving in the Armed Forces or Reserves. 

Refreshments will be served for Veterans before and after the assembly.

School District of Washington 2017 Veterans Day Programs

Nov. 9: Clearview Elementary; breakfast for Veterans at 7:20 a.m. The program begins at 8 a.m.

Nov. 9: South Point Elementary; breakfast for Veterans in the library at 7:30 a.m. The assembly begins at 8 a.m.

Nov. 9: Augusta Elementary; the program begins at 9 a.m.

Nov. 9: Washington West Elementary; the program begins at 6:30 p.m.

Nov. 10: Campbellton Elementary; breakfast for Veterans at 7:30 a.m. The program begins at 8 a.m.

Nov. 10: Labadie Elementary; refreshments for Veterans at 8 a.m. The program begins at 8:30 a.m.

Nov. 10: Washington High School; breakfast for Veterans in the Band Room at 7:30 a.m. The program begins in the Blue Jay Gymnasium at 8:30 a.m.

Nov. 10: Marthasville Elementary; the program begins at 2 p.m.

Nov. 13: Washington Middle School; the assembly begins at 9 a.m. Refreshments for Veterans before and after the assembly.  


The Project Lead the Way Engineering program at the Four Rivers Career Center recently received a $30,000 grant from the Arconic Foundation to help get it started.

The grant money will be used for equipment, technology, developing the classroom, and helping the program get started and continue to grow in the upcoming years.

With a location in Washington, Arconic Manufacturing Company develops and manufacture high performance, engineered products and solutions for the aerospace, industrial gas turbine, commercial transportation and oil and gas markets.

The PLTW Engineering program at the Four Rivers Career Center, led by instructor Joe Callahan, has a small number of Washington High School students this year, but plans to open it up to the FRCC’s sending schools beginning next year.

The Project Lead the Way program is open to high school students grades 9-12. The Introduction to Engineering Design course will expose students to design process, research and analysis, teamwork, communication methods, global and human impacts, engineering standards and technical documentation. 

Students will explore topics using activity, project and problem-based learning. They will be challenged to continually hone their interpersonal skills, creative abilities and the understanding of the design process.

The Project Lead the Way Engineering program at the Four Rivers Career Center recently accepted a $30,000 grant from the Arconic Foundation. Seated from left are PLTW students Graham Hoerstkamp, Megan Voelkerding, Cameron Briggs, Henry Knehans and Austin Huddleston. Standing, from left, are Andy Robinson (Four Rivers Career Center Director), Annie Wieland (FRCC College and Career Specialist), Susan Thatcher (School District of Washington Board of Education member), Kirk Grass (FRCC Machine Tool instructor), Joe Callahan (PLTW Engineering instructor), Arconic employees Jason Garner, Barb Thomas, Allie Faber, Katie Monzyk and JoAnn Smith, Curt Beers (FRCC Information Technology instructor) and Arconic employee Aaron Parker.

Project Lead the Way Engineering classroom at the Four Rivers Career Center.


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