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South Point Elementary School held an assembly on Friday, Feb. 5, to kick off the Jump Rope for Heart week at the school, which runs February 8-12.
Money raised helps benefit the American Heart Association.
Some South Point teachers jumped rope during the assembly to get the students excited and inspired to do the same.
American Heart Association T-shirts were on sale to help raise money for its program and families in need.
Photos of the Jump Rope for Heart assembly at South Point Elementary are below.
Dr. Jackie Miller of Washington visited South Point Elementary for a dental program presentation on Monday, Jan. 25.
The event was a program where Miller gave a presentation to all third and fourth grade students about dental hygiene.
Miller provided proper dental hygiene tips, showed a video and answered questions from the students.
Photos from the presentation are below.
South Point Elementary participated in a spirit week Jan. 11-15 to collect money, personal hygiene items, and cleaning products to donate to the Franklin County United Way for the flood victims of Franklin County.
The items were gathered on Friday, Jan. 15, to make the donation.
South Point Elementary Principal Aimee Harty challenged the students to collect 1,000 items, and that challenge was met. Additionally, a total of $533.27 was donated.
Collecting the money donation was Kim Buschman from the Franklin County United Way. Picking up the donated items were Kandi Wolf, Tom Roach and Andy Dover from the Agape House in Pacific.
Pictured below with the collected items are South Point Elementary student council students and staff members and the United Way and Agape House representatives.
First- and second-grade students from South Point Elementary School visited St. Peter’s United Church of Christ in Washington to see the Community Festival of Trees on Thursday morning, Dec. 17.
Approximately 85 trees are decorated by various organizations and displayed at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ. Schools, churches, businesses and community groups in the area have trees represented.
A donation of one non-perishable food item under the tree is one vote for that organization’s tree.
Representing the School District of Washington at the Festival of Trees are WINGS, Washington High School, Washington Middle School, Marthasville Elementary and Washington West Elementary/South Point Elementary first- and second-graders.
The South Point students came with food items that they placed under their favorite trees, including their own.
Over 7,700 food items were donated last year.
The Festival of Trees will be open for the public to view every weekend in December through Christmas. Click here for more information.
See the photos below of South Point Elementary students at the Festival of Trees.
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No School Feb. 15 For Presidents' Day
The School District of Washington will be closed on Monday, Feb. 15, in observance of Presidents’ Day. Click here for details on an upcoming modified day and the snow make-up schedule.
Elementary Student Handbook 2015-16
The elementary parent/student handbook for the 2015-16 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.
2015-2016 SDOW Academic Calendar