May Recognitions

At the May, 2022 Regular Meeting of the Board of Education the following individuals will be  recognized for helping to make Washington Township a Superior School District.

Central campus recently received batting cages that were donated and installed back in April.  This would not have been possible without the support and dedication of our community, volunteers and families within Washington Township Schools.  With us this evening we have two of the three individuals who helped make this vision a reality.  Mr. T. Ray Phillips a supporter/volunteer, Mr. Louis Patino of Louis Patino Renovation and Renewal and Mr. Joel Kempson of Providence Outdoor could not join us but we did not want to go without recognizing his efforts as well.  Mr. Phillips stated, “…sincerely appreciate not only the honor, but also to see that Luis and Joel recognized for making it happen… had they not worked closely, we’d still have grass behind the 3B dugout.”  Again, thank you for your support and enriching the lives of our students and families within Washington Township Schools!

Congratulations to Clearwater Elementary School for their participation in the Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) Elementary Math Bowl as they finished sixth in the state in their division, one question away from a tie for third place (102 teams total). With us this evening Math Coaches from Clearwater Elementary, Ms. Kara Briar and Ms. Laura Ann Hayden and students Sophia Spataro, Isaiah Hudson, Mason Borntrager, and Jude Ancel.  Congratulations again on this amazing accomplishment!

Congratulations to the Center for Leadership Development Scholars!  Washington Township Student participation in CLD programs and initiatives over the past 3 school years has been the following: 

  • 2019-2020 – 94 students and parents
  • 2020-2021 – 72 students and parents *virtual programming
  • 2021-Current  – 94 students and parents *does not include summer programming

CLD offers many more initiatives to engage young people and their parents/caring adults through the school year and the summer months. The programs listed below are programs and/or initiatives that WT students have completed or are currently participants. With us this evening to celebration this recognition is Mrs. Crystal Haslett, Coordinator of Student Programs and Community Liaison and many of the students who participated in CLD Programs and Initiatives.   We are thrilled that through her dedicated work with this important partnership we were able to host several of the programs within WT Schools for the first time this year.

Congratulations again to all of our outstanding Center for Leadership Development Scholars and to Mrs. Haslett for leading this critical partnership! 

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