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Upcoming EventsFeb23Thu12:00 am ACCUPLACER TESTINGACCUPLACER TESTINGFeb 23 @ 12:00 am – 11:59 pmEvent: ACCUPLACER TESTING Location:12:00 am AP REGISTRATIONAP REGISTRATIONFeb 23 @ 12:00 am – 11:59 pmEvent: AP REGISTRATION Location:12:00 am Social Health (Grade 7, Group A ...Social Health (Grade 7, Group A ...Feb 23 @ 12:00 am – 11:59 pmEvent: Social Health (Grade 7, Group A Math) Location:8:30 am Jump Rope for HeartJump Rope for HeartFeb 23 @ 8:30 am – 3:15 pmIt is that time again to participate in Jump Rope/Hoops for Heart! I am excited to collaborate with Crooked Creek and the American Heart Association to continue this great tradition. Together we can save lives… Continue Reading Board Recognitions January 201710:50 am AVID – McQuiston (H193)AVID – McQuiston (H193)Feb 23 @ 10:50 am – 2:40 pmStart Time: 10:50 AM End Time: 2:40 PM Event: AVID – McQuiston (H193) Location:
Board Recognitions January 2017
At the January 11, 2017 Regular Meeting of the Board of Education the following individuals and groups were recognized for helping to make Washington Township a Superior School District.
Craig Ghormley, North Central High School Orchestra Director
Congratulations to North Central High School Orchestra Director Craig Ghormley for being named the Indiana Chapter of the American String Teachers Association 2016 High School Music Teacher of the Year! In 2013, the Executive Board of INASTA decided it was time to start rewarding the hard working string educators in Indiana with five categories of awards. With the introduction of these awards, INASTA has been able to provide teachers with a sense of accomplishment and a great sense of pride. Congratulations Mr. Ghormley.
Promising Practices – Haley Frischkorn, ENL Coordinator and The North Central High School Learning Center recognized for Student Centered Programs, Nora Elementary recognized for Community Outreach, and Greenbriar Elementary recognized for Tie Thursdays
The Indiana Department of Education recognized the 200th Promising Practice in honor of Indiana’s bicentennial. The Promising Practices Program identifies high-quality education practices and wrap-around services in schools and communities throughout Indiana ensuring that all students have access to a quality education. Identified programs are student centered and focus on positively impacting students through innovative programming and activities that provide a high quality learning environment and experience.
Coach Phil McIntyre honored as District Coach of the Year, by the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association
Phil McIntyre was named outstanding coach in District L by the baseball coaches of the State of Indiana for his
commitment to baseball and winning the Marion County tournament this past spring.
New and Returning Board Members Sworn In