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Nominations are being accepted for the School District of Washington and WINGS Support Staff of the Year.

The candidate must be a non-certified employee of the School District of Washington. Examples include, but are not limited to, paraprofessionals, technology staff, custodians, buildings and grounds, maintenance, administrative assistants, food service, and nurses.

Anyone may submit a nomination for the School District of Washington and WINGS Support Staff of the Year; however, if it’s someone other than the building principal or supervisor, a letter of support from the principal or supervisor is to be included with the nomination.

The principal and/or person submitting the nomination must include a statement in 300 words or less why they believe the support staff they are nominating should be selected.

Specific examples should be cited, such as how the individual goes the extra mile to positively impact the school and environment. Include the individual’s name, school or building, present position, years of experience in the School District of Washington, responsibilities and duties and examples of how the individual has mastered their job responsibilities.

Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer and a committee will review the nominations and submit up to 10 to the WINGS Board for final selection. The recipient will be announced at the staff closing ceremony.

The timeline on the attached flyer is not accurate for this year, but will be accurate in years to follow.

The nomination form is attached below. Please turn it in to the individual’s building principal or supervisor by May 9.

Click on the attached links below for a flyer detailing more information and a specific timeline (not accurate for this year, but for future years), as well as a School District of Washington and WINGS Support Staff nomination form.


Health Occupations classes from the Four Rivers Career Center sent 25 students to the HOSA -  Future Health Professionals State Leadership Conference in Rolla on March 26 and 27.

There were 12 Pacific students and 13 students from the Four Rivers Career Center.

Two teams from Pacific placed in the top five.

Four Rivers Career Center had the following students, all from Washington High School, finish in the top three, which qualifies them for the International Conference in Dallas June 26-30:

*Alyssa Grant took first place in Nurse Assisting

*Sierra Smith and Melissa Neier took first place in CPR/First Aid

*Megan Geiler and Bailey Bair took second place in CPR/First Aid

*Ben Marquart took third place in Job Seeking Skills.

Health Occupations students placed in the top three at the HOSA - Future Health Professionals State Leadership Conference in Rolla. From left are Bailey Bair and Megan Geiler (second place in CPR/First Aid), Ben Marquart (third place in Job Seeking Skills) and Alyssa Grant (first place in Nurse Assisting).                      (Washington Missourian Photo).

Sierra Smith, left, and Melissa Neier took first place in CPR/First Aid at the HOSA - Future Health Professionals State Leadership Conference in Rolla. (Washington Missourian Photo).


Students in the CAPS Teaching Careers program visited the School District of Washington’s District Office on Locust Street on Monday, April 16.

The students visited the different departments in the District Office, learning how things function on an everyday basis.

Representatives from the human resources, special services, business, and curriculum departments met with the students, as did Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer.

The students had the chance to ask questions and tour the District Office. Photos from their visit are below.


CAPS Teaching Careers students attended and competed at the Educators Rising State Conference at the University of Missouri on Wednesday, April 11.

The Teaching Careers students participated in 13 competitions.

Competitors who finished in first through fifth place place are eligible to compete at Nationals in Orlando in June.

Results from the CAPS Teaching Careers Students are as follows:


Children’s Literature K-3

Second place - Melissa Cash

Third place - Lydia Lock


Children’s Literature Pre-K

Third place - Mikayla Reed


Exploring Administration

First place - Carlee Maune

Second place - Noah Bohn


Exploring Support Services

Second place - Rachel Jones

Third place - Kylie Kennedy


Ed Rising Moment

Fourth place - Devan Buchanan


Creative Lecture

Fifth place - Autumn Osia


Ethical Dilemma Team Competition

Second place - Sarah Strugari, Melissa Cash, and Hannah Rhodes.


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Four Rivers Career Center Scholarship

Download the FRCC scholarship application and submit in the main office by Friday, April 20 at 3 p.m. Click here for the application.


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Washington Lions Scholarship

The Washington Lions Club John Politte Technical Scholarship is for current sophomores and juniors seeking dual credit next year. Click here for more information and the application.

FRCC Awards Night Takes Place May 7

The Four Rivers Career Center's Awards Night for seniors and second-year (graduating) college students is Monday, May 7, in the Blue Jay Gymnasium at Washington High School at 7 p.m.

Four Rivers Career Center Tours

To schedule a tour at the Four Rivers Career Center, contact Andrea Wieland via email by clicking here.


Four Rivers Career Center is Accreditated by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education, effective June 22, 2016

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