The Washingtonville High School National Art Honor Society will host the fifth annual Empty Bowls Dinner and Fundraiser on Friday, March 20 from 5:30-7:30 PM at WHS. The event will benefit the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley and the Country Kids Food Pantry.
PRIDE, PASSION, PURPOSE
At Washingtonville High School, we believe in the “whole child” approach. We realize the awesome responsibility we have as educators, and we are dedicated to providing a high school experience for our students that is based on the following principles:
We believe in placing an emphasis on the 21st Century skills necessary for our students to become innovators, problem solvers, and lifelong learners.
We believe in supporting our students’ physical, social, emotional, and academic development.
We believe in promoting global citizenship so that our students develop an awareness of the world and their role as world citizens.
We believe in supporting our students’ passions and talents so that they may become confident, resilient, inspired, and ready to pursue their dreams and contribute to society.
Save the date! The Washingtonville High School Masque and Mime Society will present “Pink Slip” on March 5, 6, and 7, at 7 PM, in the Jodi S. Davis WHS Auditorium.
Congratulations to Andrew Smolar, Jackson Vinarub, Brayden Dwyer, Ryan Lerner, Adam Kellman, and Mason Rowlands for their feats of the night, which ranged from becoming OCIAA champions to qualifying for States to breaking school records.
The results of the the district communication survey are in!
Each student was given $30 cash from Bistro funds to spend on supplies, which allowed them to think about spending within a budget!
The community gathered as the District dedicated the newly renovated High School Auditorium in loving memory of Mrs. Davis, who worked as a guidance counselor in the District for 28 years and founded the school’s Masque and Mime Club.
Join us for the 27th Annual Washingtonville Scholarship Run on March 28 at 10 AM at Washingtonville High School. Racers of all ages are invited to run, walk, or wog!
A total of 21 Washingtonville High School students were selected to perform in the Orange County Music Educators Association (OCMEA) Music Festival in January.
Kudos to the 16 Washingtonville High School students who were selected to perform in the New York State School Music Association Zone 9 Area All-State Honors’ Music Festival.
In a few short weeks we will have a published student on our hands at Washingtonville High School!