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Red Ribbon Week October 26th-30th

 

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Bienvenidos Familias y Estudiantes the Washington Colony!

Estimados padres y familias de Washington Colony, en nombre de la Junta de Educación, el Superintendente-Director, equipo administrativo y maestros, es un privilegio darles la bienvenida al año escolar 2020-2021. Esperamos que haya podido encontrar tiempo para descansar, estar seguro y saludable durante estos tiempos sin precedentes. El distrito ha sido muy activo en la planificación de la mejor y más segura manera de educar a nuestros niños de Washington Colony manteniendo a la vanguardia la salud y seguridad de los estudiantes y el personal. 

WELCOME BACK Washington Colony Families and Students!

Dear Washington Colony Parents and families on behalf of the Board of Education, Superintendent-Principal and administrative team and teachers, it is a privilege to welcome you back to the 2020-2021 school year.  We hope you were able to find time to rest, be safe and healthy during these unprecedented times.   

5-Day Distance Learning Announcement due to COVID-19

 

Dear Washington Colony Parents and Families:

 

Due to the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in the State, Governor Newsom announced school districts in counties on the coronavirus monitoring list, which Fresno County is; will be required to extend the school site closures and go to the full distance learning model. 

Local Teen 3D Prints Mask Clips, Helps Fight COVID-19 From Home
April 22, 2020 // SAMC

As a teenager during the COVID-19 pandemic, with school online and activities cancelled, finding the motivation to be productive can be a serious challenge. For Samuel Knudson, a fourteen-year-old eighth grader from Easton, California, motivation comes in the form of a 3D printer and a desire to make a difference.

Samuel spent much of the last year using his 3D printer to create figurines for tabletop gaming, dice, and even a full set of chess pieces, but when his father, Adam Knudson, came to him with photographs of 3D printed mask clips that other people were printing across the country, he quickly looked up the design code and got to work printing his first batch of clips.