• WINGS temporarily replaced by 'after school program'

    Without funding for the WINGS program this year, Superintendent of Schools Eddie Dixon informed the board during their Oct. 22 meeting that they are using a Title I grant for an 'after school program,' however the funds a good deal less than the WINGS grant, so they have to cut back on personnel used and it will only last until February at the latest. READ MORE

  • 'Dirt will start moving' at KMS site in Nov.

    Perry-McCall Construction wasn't present when the Washington County School Board met in regular session Monday night, but representatives did send word that "dirt will be moving" at the new Kate M. Smith Elementary School construction site by the middle of next month. READ MORE

  • WCSB approves WHTC name change, lowers millage

    Washington County property owners will see a lower tax related to the Washington County school system on their tax bills. School board members set the millage rate at 7.404 for the 2014-2015 fiscal year, down from the last year's rate of 7.538. READ MORE