Dr. Linda Jewell Carr
Let's keep the academic focus! This year has been great having the option of both in person and the option of virtual instruction with safety protocols in place. As noted on the website masking moved to optional as of March 14. I wholeheartedly believe that with dedication and hard work there are no limits for our students! As a teacher, principal and central services leader children are the reason we are here and I welcome the opportunity to support Washington County. This year will be full of challenges as we work together to bring staff and students back to school in a safe supportive environment as we transition back to eating in the cafeteria. Please send a recyclable water bottle with your child daily. We have purchased water bottle filling stations and will discontinue the purchase of individual plastic water bottles. We must continue to work together to support our students!
Students are expected to participate in learning activities every day. It is critical to the academic success of your child for him/her to complete their studies each day. Assignments or areas you need additional support in please reach out to your child’s teacher first and then the principal. Please help us by working with your child daily to ensure they are maximizing the opportunity to learn.
As a parent of a student in Washington County Schools you have a right to know several pieces of key information about your child and the school. Federal laws allow you to know about the license and professional qualifications of your child’s classroom teachers. We want and welcome your active participation in educating students. Any parent or community group that would like to participate as a member of the Superintendent Advisory or Parent Advisory group please reach out to my office with your contact information. Your voices and ideas are welcome! Join us!
FALL COMMUNITY MEETINGS @6pm
Roper October 10 PES/WCMS Gym
Creswell October 17 WCECHS Media
Plymouth October 24 WCHS Cafeteria