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STEM Night is a come and go event. Stay as long as you like. Participants will take home a Hack Your Harvest game board (piece of paper) home with them.
 Blurb - Hack Your Harvest is a low tech activity for all ages to explore computer science and computer programming. Computer Science is about more than just being able to write computer programs; it teaches kids an entirely new way of thinking and solving problems. The Hack Your Harvest activity introduces the concepts of automation and efficiency, and teaches the basic principles of writing instructions for computers to follow.
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Don't forget to get your student registered for the Hornet Hike (October 4th). Each student that registers will receive a certificate for a FREE Kids Menu Item plus, a COOKIE! Help us meet our fundraiser goal for the year! This is our ONLY fundraiser here at Washington. https://www.getmovinfundhub.com/event-webpage/5d77a1f48fbcf
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Registration is now open for all students for the 2019-2020 school year. Students returning to the district may be registered by clicking on the 2019-2020 registration link in the PowerSchool parent portal.

The registration process must be completed for each student, but the process is very simple and can be completed in under ten minutes. Parents/guardians may also indicate that their child is not returning for the 2019-2020 school year by completing the same process and just answering the first question. All returning student households will receive a letter in the mail containing their PowerSchool login. Passwords can be reset by following the process in the letter.

For new families or families requesting a first-time in-district or out-of-district transfer, this process may be initiated by sending an email to wcsregistration@warsawschools.org. Parents will then receive instructions and forms to complete the process.
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Congratulations to Washington's Spelling Bee winners!!! Mark Mills is the champion and Ipshita Singh is the runner-up. The winning word was "fulcrum" in round 24.
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