LITTLE MISS WASHINGTON 2014
Zoeie Prater has been selected to represent Washington Elementary in the 2014 Little Miss Pumpkin Show pageant. Zoeie is a 1st grade student and the daughter of Dustin and Erica Prater. Congratulations Zoeie!
PTO FALL NEWSLETTER
Click here to view the Washington PTO Fall newsletter. The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, October 2 at 6:30PM. We will be meeting in the computer lab.
ONE CALL NOW 2014-15
The Logan Elm Schools have contracted again with One Call Now as a voice message provider for the 2014-15 school year. This is an effective way to keep parents informed about school closures or delays, important events, and automated student attendance calls.
One Call Now also has the capability to send SMS text messages. If you would like to opt-in for this service, please send a text message with the word "Alert" to 22300. Your cell phone number must be entered in One Call Now in order to use this service. To add, check and/or update your contact numbers click on the "One Call Now" box to the left.
If you have any questions, please contact the school.
STAY CONNECTED WITH REMIND AND TWITTER
Remind is a safe, simple and free way for Washington Elementary to connect instantly with parents about events happening at school. Remind is a free service that lets the school send one-way messages via SMS, push notifications or email to everyone registered.There is no exchange of personal phone numbers. Remind messages are not sent from personal cell phone numbers. Parents who sign up to receive messages from the school will never gain access to any personal cell phone numbers, nor will the school ever have access to parent’s cell phone numbers.
Remind is completely free to use. Standard text messaging rates apply to those receiving messages, based off each individuals messaging plan and cell phone carrier, but there are no added costs. In other words, a Remind message is exactly the same as getting a text message from friends or relatives.
To sign-up for Remind, click here for detailed instructions.
You can also follow Washington Elementary on Twitter. Search for @WashingtonLE
KROGER'S "NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR" PROGRAM HELPS RAISE FUNDS FOR WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY
Kroger's charitable giving program called "Neighbor to Neighbor" has helped raise technology funds for Washington Elementary. The program donates money for each dollar earned on your Kroger Plus Card. It doesn’t cost you anything and you do not lose your plus card discounts by enrolling in this program. Individuals must re-register their Kroger Plus cards every year on April 1.
To enroll in the program or to re-register your card to help Washington Elementary earn cash, click the "Kroger Community Rewards" tab on the left for detailed instructions.