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FRCC News

12/6/16

The Community Festival of Trees kicked off the first weekend in December.

Approximately 80 trees are decorated by various organizations and displayed at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ in Washington. Schools, churches, businesses and community groups in the area have trees represented.

A donation of one non-perishable food item under the tree is one vote for that organization’s tree. 

Food can be dropped off any time until Dec. 23 by placing it under the tree or trees you wish to support.

The times to drop off food items are Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., or during the weekend when the public is invited to view the trees. The weekend hours to see the Festival of Trees are Saturdays from 3 to 7 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Groups may visit during the week by calling ahead and making an appointment at 636-239-6176.

The Festival of Trees will be open for the public to view every weekend in December through Christmas.

Each food item will help feed a community member and will count as a vote. All food collected will be distributed between three local food pantries.

Representing the School District of Washington in the Festival of Trees are WINGS Educational Foundation, Washington High School, Washington High School Cheerleaders, Washington Middle School Student Council, Marthasville Elementary, Washington West Elementary third graders, South Point Elementary first-and second-graders, and Four Rivers Career Center.

Washington High School has been the winner for five consecutive years.

Concert events are;

December 4 at 3 p.m. – Civic Chorus Concert

December 11 at 7 p.m. – Festival Concert Featuring Bells and Church Choirs

December 18 from 2-6 p.m. – Student Musical Recitals.

St. Peter’s United Church of Christ is located at the corner of Fifth and Market Streets in Washington. The address is 20 East 5th Street, Washington, MO 63090.

Come see the Festival of Trees and support local food pantries.

See the photos below of the School District of Washington’s trees with the name of the school below the photo.

Click on the attached link below for more information on the Community Festival of Trees.


WINGS Educational Foundation


Marthasville Elementary


South Point Elementary First and Second Grades


Washington West Elementary Third Grade


Washington Middle School Student Council


Washington High School


Washington High School Cheerleaders


Four Rivers Career Center

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11/29/16

Irene Disbro, a student in the automotive technology program at the Four Rivers Career Center, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the local PEO (Professional Educational Organization).

Disbro, a student at East Central College, was informed of the news on Monday morning, Nov. 28, by PEO representatives Joyce Wessels and Jane Cowan, who both are on the scholarship committee.

The local PEO chapter normally awards two $500 scholarships, but decided to give the full $1,000 scholarship to Disbro because they were impressed by her application.

Disbro will be recognized as a scholarship recipient at the PEO Chapter’s banquet on December 6 at Café Mosaic in Washington.


FRCC automotive technology student Irene Disbro, center, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the local PEO (Professional Educational Organization). From left are Jane Cowan of the PEO scholarship committee, Irene Disbro, and Joyce Wessels of the PEO scholarship committee.


FRCC automotive technology student Irene Disbro, center, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the local PEO (Professional Educational Organization). From left are Four Rivers Career Center Automotive Technology Instructor Gary Maune, Jane Cowan of the PEO scholarship committee, Irene Disbro, FRCC Career Services Coordinator Stephanie Juengling and Joyce Wessels of the PEO scholarship committee.

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11/22/16

The School District of Washington’s CAPS Business Ignite class visited the Washington Chamber of Commerce office on Tuesday morning, Nov. 22.

Students in the class got an overview of what the chamber of commerce does, how it performs its duties and how it serves the community. They also received a rundown of community events and other projects put on by the chamber of commerce.

The chamber of commerce employees gave the students a tour of the building, visiting offices of the tourism director, marketing director and finance director. They also visited the office for the Washington Town and Country Fair.

The CAPS Ignite class focuses on business innovation. Students learn foundational skills in the area of business when starting a company. They engage with real professionals in the field throughout the process.

A photo of the Business Ignite students with Washington Chamber of Commerce employees is below.

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11/14/16

On the Spot SDOW will highlight, at random, three employees a month from the School District of Washington from Certified Staff, Support Staff and Administration/Counseling. The purpose is to recognize and acknowledge the outstanding professionals we have in our District who are leading the way for our students.

The November 2016 On the Spot SDOW recipients are Kaycie Brueggemann, Katie Sandoval and Emmett Berry.

Brueggemann is a third-grade teacher at South Point Elementary School. Sandoval is a school counselor at Washington High School. Berry is a PC technician for the district, working out of the Technology and Learning Center.

See the profiles of each On the Spot SDOW recipient below.

 

Kaycie Brueggemann

Kaycie Brueggemann, a 2007 Washington High School graduate, is a third-grade teacher at South Point Elementary. This is her fifth year in education and third year at the St. School District of Washington. She was a sixth-grade teacher at South Point Elementary the previous two years. She’s a graduate of the University of Missouri.

 

* Describe yourself as a person and a teacher?

"I’m a person who takes pride in what I do. As a teacher, I’d like to think I provide a good environment and a fun, safe place for our students to be. I like to be encouraging."


* Best part about your job?

"The really funny things that third-graders come up with. The songs they start singing when you just say a couple of words in a row. The really hilarious comments that you get back when you ask a question sometimes."

 

* What would you like other staff members and parents in the district to know about working at South Point Elementary?

"There’s a lot of really awesome people who work in this building. The thing that makes me want to come to work every day is my co-workers."

 

* Hobbies

"I love to read. I’m in a book club with some of my friends. I enjoy watching Mizzou football. Go Tigers!"

 

* Favorite movie

"Remember the Titans."

 

* If you could have dinner with anyone, living or dead, who would it be?

"Morgan Freeman. He’d be really cool to hang out with and he could narrate our dinner."

 

* If you found a $100 bill on a public street, what would you do with it?

"I’d try to turn it in to someone. Of course, if I didn’t find the owner, I’d treat myself to a nice dinner."

 

* At what store would you like to max out your credit card?

"Crate & Barrel or Office Max. I love school supplies."

 

* What’s the No. 1 thing to do on your bucket list?

"To travel to Europe for two weeks. Never been. Is that the prize I get for being picked for this?"


Kaycie Brueggemann with her third-grade class at South Point Elementary.

 

Emmett Berry

Emmett Berry, a 2010 graduate of Washington High School, is a PC Technician with the School District of Washington, working from the Technology and Learning Center. This is his fourth year with the District after attending Vatterott College.

 

* Explain your job duties

"My main duty is supporting staff and students in whatever technology needs they have."

 

* Describe yourself as a person

"Fun-loving, easy-going. I’m all about keeping things positive and happy."


* Best part about your job?

"That’s easy. Being with the people I work with. I like getting out and talking to the staff at all of the buildings. The more interaction I get, the better."

 

* Describe what it’s like to work at the Technology and Learning Center

"It’s not all serious here. We joke around and laugh a lot. I think people get the idea that we’re just all business. Anyone who spends time over here knows that we’re just a bunch of goofballs. If we didn’t have that, we wouldn’t make it through the day. We’re a pretty tight crew."

 

* Hobbies

"Kayaking, playing golf, hiking, playing ultimate Frisbee."

 

* Favorite movie

"I’ve never had a favorite movie. I don’t pick favorites. Not The Notebook, that’s for sure."

 

* If you could have dinner with anyone, living or dead, who would it be?

"Chris Farley. It would be hilarious."

 

* If you found a $100 bill on a public street, what would you do with it?

"I’d be the good guy, unfortunately, and reluctantly take it to the police."

 

* At what store would you like to max out your credit card?

"Target. They have everything."

 

* What’s the No. 1 thing to do on your bucket list?

"Kayaking through the Grand Canyon area."


Emmett Berry

 

Katie Sandoval

Katie Sandoval, a graduate of Union High School, is a school counselor at Washington High School. This is her 14th year in education and 13th year at the School District of Washington. She spent her first year in education teaching Spanish at John F. Kennedy High School before coming to WHS. She spent her first two years at WHS teaching Spanish before becoming a counselor.

 

* Explain your job duties

"I work with students for career and college planning. I work with students who possibly are having mental health concerns or need support for emotional reasons. I collaborate with my peers; teachers, administrators and other counselors."

 

* Describe yourself as a person

"I like to see life through rose-colored glasses. I believe the best in human beings. I’m definitely a passionate person. I’m fun-loving, passionate, enjoy working with other people and enjoy hearing and learning other people’s perspectives."


* Best part about your job?

"There’s a lot of things I like about my job. I really like working with kids. I really enjoy supporting them through developing leadership, planning for college and career, mental health, those types of things. And I enjoy my peers. We have such a fantastic office. It’s a lot of fun."

 

* What would you like other staff members and parents in the district to know about working at Washington High School?

"We genuinely care about kids. We want to do our best to support them. We want to support the whole student, not just build the academic component, but build leadership and service skills. We also want to look at what’s going on with our students in the community and how we can support them if there is a circumstance where a student needs support."

 

* Hobbies

"Anything outdoors; biking, hiking, kayaking, fishing. I also enjoy photography."

 

* Favorite movie

"There’s so many to choose from. It depends on my mood."

 

* If you could have dinner with anyone, living or dead, who would it be?

"My great-grandmother Chaya. She was a migrant worker who went back-and-forth from Mexico. She reportedly rode with Pancho Villa and wore the bandoleros. I would love to talk to her about her experience."

 

* If you found a $100 bill on a public street, what would you do with it?

"I would look around to see if anybody was looking for something and try to give it back. And then I would go into the closest building to see if anyone had lost it. If nobody claimed it, I would love to keep it."

 

* At what store would you like to max out your credit card?

"I hate shopping."

 

* What’s the No. 1 thing to do on your bucket list?

"To go to Mexico, deep into Mexico."


Katie Sandoval

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