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Building a Legacy of Excellence Student by Student

506 East Main Street
Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190

Main Phone: (262)472-8600
Fax (262)472-8610

Principal: Mr. Tom Grosinske
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    Washington Elementary "School of Recognition" Honors from DPI
     
    Congratulations to the students, staff and families of Washington Elementary. Their hard work and dedication to student learning has resulted in Washington Elementary School earning a "2015-16 Title I School of Recognition" honor from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Washington is one of 169 public schools in the state selected for this recognition. As a Title I school, Washington serves a significant percentage of economically disadvantaged students. Washington was identified as a "High-Progress School" for performing in the top 10% in reading and math and for closing achievement gaps of these student subgroups. 
     
    WUSD is proud of Washington's success! 
     
    A recognition ceremony hosted by DPI for all the recipients will be held at the State Capitol on March 14.  
     
     
     
    In Mr. Nelson's many years at Washington Elementary one thing had eluded him until now ... a win at book fair BINGO!!
    A very excited class cheered him on as Mr. Nelson held up to his promise to do somersaults across the room if he ever won.  The class was presented with a basket of scholastic books for the classroom library for their win, and a feeling that they were a little part of history in the making.  
     
     
     
    W-A-S-H-I-N-G-T-O-N Spelling Bee Winners 
     
     
     
    The Spelling Bee was an intense, fast-paced competition. Congratulations to the winners:
    1st place: Adrian Rios
    2nd place: Jake Kuhlow
    The winning word was "schnitzel".
     
     

    Washington's Geography Bee

     
     
     

    Washington 4th and 5th graders participated in the annual geography bee. After multiple rounds, the finalists battled  to determine 1st and 2nd place. Congratulations to 1st place winner, Bridgitte Duvall (5th grade) and 2nd place winner Aidan Judd (5th grade)! Congratulations to all of the participants for displaying good sportsmanship and grace under pressure!