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Clearview September Newsletter 2016

The Clearview Elementary September Newsletter is available. Click here to see the newsletter.

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Clearview Elementary School now is on Facebook. Click here to see Clearview’s Facebook page.


The safety of our students and staff is a top priority. Click here for district safety information.

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Washington High School is inviting all K-12 parents to attend a Speakers Series at WHS.  

The Speaker Series events, open to all parents K-12, are parent only events and no child care will be provided.  Parents do not need to preregister and may attend one or all of the events.  

WHS is working in conjunction with the Washington Police Department and community agencies to bring in the Speakers Series.

Topics discussed will be Internet safety, warning signs of substance abuse and mental health.

The dates are September 28, November 16, January 25 and March 15. Each session will take place in the CJB Theater at WHS from 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Click on the attached link below for a flyer on the Parent Speaker Series.

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The Washington High School Jaywalkers dance team is holding a one day clinic on Saturday, Oct. 8, with a performance on Friday, Oct. 14, at the varsity football game.

The clinic is open to students in grades Pre-K through 8. Students should meet in the Little Blue Jay Gymnasium to check in at 8:45 a.m. The clinic will take place from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Lunch will be served (hot dog, chips and drink) or you may bring your own.

The performance will take place Oct. 14 before Washington’s varsity football game against Francis Howell North at 7 p.m. Students should meet at 5:45 p.m. in the Big Blue Jay Gymnasium.

Students will learn dances, chants, correct technique and movements, have fun, and get a chance to practice and perform with the Washington High School Jaywalkers.

Please complete the registration form and return it to the WHS Activities Office by October 1. Click here for the registration form.


The School District of Washington held an opening ceremony for all staff members Friday, Aug. 12, at the C.J. Burger Theater at Washington High School.

Students returned to the classroom for the 2016-17 school year on Tuesday, Aug. 16.

The theme of the opening ceremony was, “Together We Rise,” emphasizing the ability of taking risks.
Following the theme, some staff members showed off their talents with various singing, dancing and musical performances during the ceremony. See the photos below.

Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer gave her annual back to school message to the staff. The district employs over 700 teachers and staff members.

A WINGS staff appreciation picnic was held following the program at the city park.

Additionally, Chris Arnold, instruction support paraprofessional at Washington Middle School, was named the WINGS 2016 Support Staff Person of the Year. See the photo below.

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Chris Arnold, middle, was named the WINGS 2016 Support Staff Person of the Year. Front row, from left, are Janie Chalem (WINGS), Arnold and Carol Zanin (WINGS). Back row, from left, are  Laura Bruckerhoff (Washington Middle School Associate Principal) and Lori Strubberg (WINGS).

(Washington Missourian Photo).

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School District of Washington Faculty/Staff Choir

(Washington Missourian Photo).

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Swing dancing by Assistant Superintendent Dr. Judy Straatmann and Four Rivers Career Center Automotive Technology instructor Dan Brinkmann.

(Washington Missourian Photo).

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Orchestra instructor Meghan Brueggemann plays the violin

(Washington Missourian Photo).

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School District of Washington Synchronized Swimming Team

(Washington Missourian Photo).

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School District of Washington Synchronized Swimming Team

(Washington Missourian Photo).


Clearview Elementary received the silver recognition award as part of their participation in the Positive Behavior Support (PBS) Program for the 2015-16 school year. The award was presented at the Positive Behavior Support State Conference at Tan Tar A Resort in June. Clearview was one of only a handful of state schools to receive this recognition.

See the picture below of Clearview Elementary staff members accepting the award.

The following narrative was shared at the state conference explaining why Clearview was awarded silver level recognition. 

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A typical day at Clearview Elementary begins with all students reciting the ROCK (respect, ownership, commitment, kindness) pledge before leaving the gym and heading to class. 

Families are made aware of SW-PBS through brochures, updates in newsletters, and a Facebook page where celebrations and successes are shared. 

Not only has Clearview seen a decrease in ODR’s since implementing SW-PBS, but they have also seen an increase in academic achievement. Over the last three years, the percentage of students earning proficient or advanced on the MAP in grades 3-5 has increased an average of 20 percent in CA and 34 percent in math.

The staff reports their building has become a more consistent and positive place where students know the expectations in all areas and with every staff member.

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Accepting the PBS Silver Recognition Award, from left, are Clearview Elementary staff members Thomas Mathews (5th grade teacher), Cheryl Spratt (school counselor), Beth Smith (3rd grade teacher) and Dr. Matt Busekrus (principal). 


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Nurses Newsletter, Screening Cycles, Medication Guidelines

The School District of Washington's Nurses Newsletter, along with screening cycles and medication guidelines are available. Click the links below.


Newsletter, Screening Cycles


Medication Guidelines

Elementary Student Handbook 2016-17

The elementary parent/student handbook for the 2016-17 school year is available. The front page must be signed and returned to the office by the start of the school year. Click here to view the handbook.